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Johan P Str o m: Bi-axial supporting arrangement which can withstand high acceleration forces. U S Philips Corporation, Robert S Smith, December 10, 1985: US04558325 (148 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a bi-axial support of a rotatable body in a projectile for supporting said body such that it can perform small tilting motions about two mutually perpendicular axes lying in a plane, which is perpendicular to the longitudinal axis of the projectile. The support consists of a ...


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Hans Kraayenhof: Flooring comprising adjoining plastics elements. Robert S Smith, October 7, 1980: US04226064 (93 worldwide citation)

Flooring for stables and the like consisting of adjoining plastic elements interconnected by means of provisions formed in the material of the element.


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Jean H J Lorteije, Geert Warrink, Henri W Schneider: Modulator circuit for a matrix display device. U S Philips Corporation, Robert S Smith, October 5, 1982: US04353062 (82 worldwide citation)

A modulator circuit for a matrix display device, the modulator circuit having pulse width and pulse amplitude control. The current amplitude for a selected picture element (row address-column address) varies during the pulse width of an excitation pulse in correspondence with the number of counting ...


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James M Garcia, Louis A Morrone, Robert S Smith: Wrist rest support for a computer user. Robert S Smith, July 21, 1992: US05131614 (76 worldwide citation)

A wrist rest support for supporting a users wrist when he is performing tasks involving repetitive motion with the hands and fingers such as operating a computer keyboard or computer mouse which includes a base pad that is positioned partially under the keyboard and includes a section extending away ...


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Bernardus H A Goddijn: Synchronous motor. U S Philips Corporation, Robert S Smith, June 3, 1980: US04206374 (68 worldwide citation)

A synchronous motor, in particular a stepping motor, with two coaxial stator sections which are each provided with a ring coil and with two circular systems of teeth, which are shifted by half a tooth pitch relative to each other. The two stator sections are shifted by a quarter tooth pitch relative ...


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Xuan Ni: Backside keyboard for a notebook or gamebox. Robert S Smith, October 2, 2001: US06297752 (63 worldwide citation)

A keyboard for a notebook computer, personal computer, Personal Data Assistance computer or a game having two keyboard sections. In one embodiment the sections are fixedly mounted on the underside of the chassis of the device and the keys are arranged with half the keys on one section and half the k ...


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William D Riggs, Joseph J Schegan: Brushless direct current motor. North American Philips Corporation, Robert S Smith, January 19, 1982: US04311933 (61 worldwide citation)

A brushless D.C. motor has electrical power switched between the phase windings by means of a circuit which includes a plurality of hall effect switches. The hall effect switches are operated by a plurality of arcuate commutating magnets which are radially polarized and are disposed axially adjacent ...


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John A Paoluccio, Dennis R Hoover: Face protector for splash and spatter protection. John A Paoluccio, Robert S Smith, October 30, 1990: US04965887 (60 worldwide citation)

A device for protecting the face including the eyes, nose, ears or mouth, which includes a rectangular shaped plastic member, first and second clips fixed to the rectangular shaped member, the first and second clips being disposed for engagement with associated eye glasses worn by the user of the de ...


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Henk Houkes, Jan W Denneman, Pieter Postma: Discharge lamp with interference shielding. U S Philips Corporation, Robert S Smith, February 4, 1986: US04568859 (60 worldwide citation)

A discharge lamp having a sealed glass vessel filled with gas and a metal vapor, operated with a supply at a frequency of at least 20 kHz. An interference-suppressing conductive layer is arranged on a wall surface surrounding the discharge, and connected to an electric supply lead-in wire. Preferabl ...


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David Holmes: Computerized method for decomposing a geometric model of surface or volume into finite elements. Robert S Smith, March 5, 1996: US05497451 (58 worldwide citation)

A computerized process for defining finite elements in a surface or volume for ultimately predicting a physical characteristic of the surface or volume. For the surface, for example, the process includes a first step of inputting surface boundary point coordinates of a geometric model of the surface ...