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Dresbach James Bernard: Noncompetitive pacemaker with programmable unijunction transistors. Chung Edmund M, Brenner Leonard C, Quiogue Manuel, August 12, 1975: US3898995 (15 worldwide citation)

A noncompetitive pacemaker connects to an organ which is to be electrically stimulated. A pair of programmable unijunction transistors are employed to detect the presence and absence of natural heartbeats so that the output of the pacemaker is modified each time a natural heartbeat is detected.


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Merlino Jr Eugene Louis, Brinning Earl Edward, Naeyaert Roger Stanley: Punched card, badge and credit card reader. Burroughs Corporation, Quiogue Manuel, Gess Albin H, Penn William B, November 19, 1974: US3849631 (9 worldwide citation)

A card reader capable of automatically reading coded information from cards of at least two predetermined widths, the information being encoded in information fields that may vary in the length of columns and rows from card to card, such fields being referenced with respect to two predetermined orth ...


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Rossell Allen J: AC to absolute value linear converter. Burroughs Corporation, Quiogue Manuel, Watov Kenneth, Penn William B, October 7, 1975: US3911291 (4 worldwide citation)

An AC to absolute value linear converter for converting an AC input signal into a rectified absolute value output signal. The AC input signal is rectified into positive and negative half-wave signals by a precision rectifier, the half-wave signals then being combined into a full wave rectified signa ...


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Shafer Philip E: Sense threshold amplifier for high density memory. Burroughs Corporation, Quiogue Manuel, Watov Kenneth, Penn William B, October 7, 1975: US3911293 (2 worldwide citation)

A sense threshold amplifier for use in high density memories, providing fast recovery from large noise signals and discrimination between analog sense signals to produce a logic level output. The sense amplifier comprises a pair of differentially driven emitter-followers for linearly amplifying the ...


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Lacher William A: Digital logic circuit having internal compensation for signal deterioration. Burroughs Corporation, Quiogue Manuel, Penn William B, Peterson Kevin R, October 28, 1975: US3916216

A logic circuit including a multi-emitter input transistor for determining a logical function of input signals, a current amplifier for amplifying the logical function, an output amplifier for transferring the amplified logical function to succeeding logic stages, and internal level-shifting circuit ...