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John L Curley, Roger R Richard: Interprocessor communication apparatus for a data processing system. Honeywell Information Systems, R T Reiling, D A Frank, January 20, 1976: US03934232 (38 worldwide citation)

In a data processing system having independently operating asynchronous processors, apparatus is disclosed which provides for interprocessor synchronization and/or information exchange. Synchronization interlocks and controls are provided for both identifying shared resources of a control processor ...


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Robert J Albertine, John W Blomstedt, John E Edfors, Victor L Quattrini, Paul S Yoshida: Modular assembly for an electronic computer. Honeywell Information Systems, R T Reiling, Nicholas Prasinos, William F White, April 11, 1978: US04084250 (34 worldwide citation)

An electronic computer includes a plurality of printed circuit boards that are slideably mounted in spaced parallel planes within a housing. The housing contains an input/output bus arrangement which is substantially open in the middle. A power supply is detachably mounted to the housing in such a m ...


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Thomas H Howell, Robert E Scriver, Joseph C Circello: Method and apparatus for an efficient error detection and correction system. Honeywell Information Systems, William W Holloway Jr, R T Reiling, N Prasinos, April 24, 1979: US04151510 (30 worldwide citation)

In an information handling system in which a cyclic code is utilized to both detect and correct errors and a cyclical redundancy code is used for supplementary detection of errors, the cyclical redundancy code (CRC) polynomial is chosen to be a factor of the generator polynomial, g(x), of the error ...


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Steve Robinson, James A Kennedy: Programmable communications controller. Honeywell Information Systems, Edward W Hughes, W W Holloway Jr, R T Reiling, May 29, 1979: US04156932 (29 worldwide citation)

A programmable communications controller having a microcomputer system for buffering and controlling data communications between a communication processor and a plurality of input/output (I/O) ports of the microcomputer system to which ports/terminals can be connected directly, or indirectly, by dig ...


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Jerry L Kindell, Richard T Flynn: Apparatus and method in a data processing system for manipulation of signal groups having boundaries not coinciding with boundaries of signal group storage space. Honeywell Information Systems, W W Holloway Jr, G Grayson, R T Reiling, February 17, 1981: US04251864 (23 worldwide citation)

In a data processing system wherein memory space in a memory unit is divided into addressable locations capable of storing a group of signals of predetermined number called signal words, and wherein an entire word or groups of entire words are exchanged between the memory unit and a central processi ...


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George R Daniels, Helmut Henneberg: Facade for a data processing system. Honeywell Information Systems, W W Holloway Jr, R T Reiling, N Prasinos, December 18, 1979: US04179169 (19 worldwide citation)

A facade for enclosing data processing apparatus or similar equipment. The facade is designed to be a free-standing unit, enclosing completely a multiple-component data processing assemblage. However, the facade can also be utilized in conjunction with external structural members, such as existing w ...


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Darrell L Fett, David A Bird: Logic level translator. Honeywell Information Systems, R T Reiling, D A Frank, May 25, 1976: US03959666 (17 worldwide citation)

A logic level translator uses a current switch, a current source and a plurality of cathode followers to convert T.sup.2 L and DTL level binary signals into CML and ECL level binary signals. The translator provides isolation between the T.sup.2 L ground and the CML ground so that noise in the CML si ...


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Marvin K Webster: Command stacking apparatus for use in a memory controller. Honeywell Information Systems, W W Holloway Jr, R T Reiling, October 14, 1980: US04228500 (15 worldwide citation)

In a stack for use in a data processing system memory controller, information which includes data, instructions and/or commands generated by a requesting unit requesting access to memory are accepted and temporarily stored in the stack if such memory is unavailable. The newest information from any r ...


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William W MacGregor: Multifrequency drive clock. Honeywell Information Systems, R T Reiling, D A Frank, January 13, 1976: US03932816 (12 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for selectively producing at a single output terminal one of a plurality of pulse repetition frequencies (PRF) in response to a set of control signals. After decoding the control signals, the apparatus contains networks for delaying and gating affected clock drive pulse repetition frequenc ...


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Charles W Bachman: Data processing system incorporating a logical move instruction. Honeywell Information Systems, R T Reiling, D A Frank, February 3, 1976: US03936804 (12 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for utilizing a logical, record oriented move instruction is disclosed. By utilizing separately maintained data field descriptors which define the attributes of the data, the move instruction is able to transfer a multitude of different data types. From a source operand the logical instruc ...