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Jonathan P Ruppert, Ronald C Fish: Personal scanner/computer for displaying shopping lists and scanning barcodes to aid shoppers. Ronald Craig Falk Vestal & Fish Fish, June 13, 1995: US05424524 (432 worldwide citation)

A personal bar code scanning device for aiding shoppers in keeping track of their expenditures and speeding the process of check-out and taking advantage of coupons. A microprocessor coupled to a bar code reader, a communication port, an audible feedback device and a touchscreen or light pen and dis ...


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Jose J Picazo Jr, William E Steels: Network hub with integrated bridge. Network Resources Corporation, Ronald Craig Falk Vestal & Fish Fish, July 11, 1995: US05432907 (310 worldwide citation)

A hub circuit with an integrated bridge circuit carried out in software including a switch for bypassing the bridge process such that the two bridged networks effectively become one network. An in-band management process in software is disclosed which receives and executes network management command ...


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Noriyuki Shimoji: Method for manufacturing a semiconductor memory. Ronald Craig Falk Vestal & Fish Fish, July 4, 1995: US05429965 (49 worldwide citation)

A method of making a semiconductor memory is disclosed. The cell has MNOS structure, and comprises a p-type silicon substrate 27 with n.sub.+ type layers 21, 23, a silicon dioxide film 19 thereon, a reduced pressure SiN film 17 thereon and a polysilicon film 14 thereon. The surface of the channel re ...


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Kent K Johnson: Low phase noise oscillator frequency control apparatus and method. Litton Systems, Ronald Craig Falk Vestal & Fish Fish, May 9, 1995: US05414741 (32 worldwide citation)

A low phase noise third order phase lock loop which can track and eliminate microphonic disturbances and phase hits. The PLL utilizes a third order loop filter which incorporates two integrators. These two integrators, when coupled with the integration which occurs at the voltage control input of th ...


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William J Keane, Christopher F Schiebold: Fast tuning YIG frequency synthesizer. Litton, Ronald Craig Falk Vestal & Fish Fish, April 16, 1996: US05508661 (25 worldwide citation)

A frequency synthesizer using a fixed oscillator driving a comb line generator to generate a spectrum of comb lines, one of which is selected by a switched array of fixed-tuned, YIG passband filters. The selected comb line is combined in a mixer with a signal from a local oscillator, which, preferab ...