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Robert M Best: Crypto microprocessor for executing enciphered programs. Seed Berry Vernon & Baynham, July 14, 1981: US04278837 (472 worldwide citation)

A microprocessor for executing computer programs which are stored in cipher to prevent software piracy. Such a crypto-microprocessor deciphers the enciphered program piecemeal as it executes it, so that a large enciphered program can be securely executed without disclosing the deciphered program or ...


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Robert M Best: Microprocessor for executing enciphered programs. Seed Berry Vernon & Baynham, September 18, 1979: US04168396 (338 worldwide citation)

A microprocessor for executing computer programs which have been enciphered during manufacture to deter the execution of the programs in unauthorized computers. This microprocessor deciphers and executes an enciphered program one instruction at a time, through a combination of substitutions, transpo ...


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Robert M Best: Crypto microprocessor using block cipher. Seed Berry Vernon & Baynham, March 9, 1982: US04319079 (280 worldwide citation)

A cryptographic microprocessor for processing data and executing programs which are stored in enciphered blocks to prevent unauthorized alteration and copying. Such a "crypto-microprocessor" deciphers the enciphered program and data blocks piecemeal as execution of the deciphered program proceeds. A ...


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Joseph H Johnson: Disposable, pre-gel body electrodes. Seed Berry Vernon & Baynham, January 10, 1978: US04067322 (155 worldwide citation)

A disposable, pre-gel body electrode for short term use has a self-contained electrolyte gel-impregnated pad therein sealed with a cap which minimizes electrolyte dry-out.


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James R Sisley, Robert O Hickman: Figure-eight, dual-lumen catheter and method of using. Seed Berry Vernon & Baynham, September 20, 1983: US04405313 (129 worldwide citation)

An improved figure-8, dual-lumen catheter preferably includes substantially convex, smooth, smoothly curving fill-in portions at the point of entry to the vessel and the point of entry to the skin to virtually eliminate blood leakage from the vessel and to reduce bacterial passage into the patient a ...


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Robert P Gibbons: Indwelling ureteral catheter. Seed Berry Vernon & Baynham, February 17, 1976: US03938529 (120 worldwide citation)

A medical-grade, flexible tube is provided with a plurality of circumferentially and longitudinally spaced, flexible, directional anchoring protrusions for allowing the catheter to be moved lengthwise along a passage in one direction but to resist movement lengthwise out of the passage. Lateral aper ...


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Stephen P McGrew: System for synthesizing strip-multiplexed holograms. Seed Berry Vernon & Baynham, June 10, 1980: US04206965 (101 worldwide citation)

A system for synthesizing strip-multiplexed holograms, with or without coherent light, from a plurality of two-dimensional images. The two-dimensional images may be formed by a motion picture film of a rotating subject such that each image is a view of the subject from a different angle. The images ...


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David C Auth, Robert F Rushmer: Method for cutting and coagulating tissue. Research Corporation, Seed Berry Vernon & Baynham, June 16, 1981: US04273127 (100 worldwide citation)

Laser radiation is coupled to an optical instrument having a relatively narrow working edge from which the radiation is emitted in a relatively narrow zone of intense radiation leakage. The working edge is placed in contact with vascularized tissues, and the laser radiation emanating from the workin ...


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Arthur L Malmgren, Bryan E Johnson: Fluid metering and mixing device having inlet and outlet valves. Seed Berry Vernon & Baynham, July 17, 1979: US04161264 (95 worldwide citation)

A metering device for delivering a fluid at a predetermined rate and a mixing device for delivering first and second fluids at a predetermined rate mixed in a predetermined ratio. The devices include a flexible fluid bladder having flexible inlet and outlet conduits, a flexible inlet conduit clamp t ...


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Robert F Obear, Bruno A Rist: Rotary cutting blade control system. Western Gear Corporation, Seed Berry Vernon & Baynham, May 30, 1978: US04091698 (90 worldwide citation)

A rotary cutting blade control system which automatically varies the feed rate to maintain a constant material removal rate. The system senses the current in an electric motor driving the cutting blade and automatically adjusts the feed rate to maintain the motor current constant. The system adjusts ...



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