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Venaleck John T, Venaleck Howard J: Method and mass termination connector with solder connections. Associated Enterprises, SKLAR Warren A, November 20, 1986: WO/1986/006882

A multiconductor electrical cable termination (10) for flat ribbon cable (11) has plural electrical contacts (26) pierced through the cable inslulation to engagement with respective conductors (13). The junctions of contacts and conductors are encapsulated in a base (15) that forms an integral struc ...


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Schwartz Rod, Venaleck John T, Braund Kenneth W: Programmable integrated crosspoint switch. 4c Electronics, SKLAR Warren A, May 7, 1987: WO/1987/002827

An interconnection device in the form of a programmable integrated crosspoint switch includes a matrix of first and second pluralities of electrically conductive paths, e.g. an M line by N line matrix, and selectively permanently and affirmatively programmable switch elements for completing passive ...


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Juhasz John E, Kageff Daniel: Audio mixer system and gain circuit therefor. Orion Research, SKLAR Warren A, October 22, 1987: WO/1987/006404

An audio mixing system includes a control console (12), an audio signals mixer, and an interconnection mechanism for coupling said control console with said mixer using digital signal communications, the control console including a display (20) for displaying the values of selected parameters of sai ...


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Fergason James L: Liquid crystal motion picture projector with memory. Manchester R & D Partnership, Fergason James L, SKLAR Warren A, February 11, 1988: WO/1988/001068

A liquid crystal moving picture projector (1) includes a liquid crystal imager (2) for creating characteristics of an image, and projection optics (3) for projecting images sequentially created by the imager, the imager including a liquid crystal material (4) capable of temporarily storing informati ...


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Fergason James Lee: Liquid crystal color display and method. Manchester R & D Partnership, Fergason James Lee, SKLAR Warren A, March 24, 1988: WO/1988/002128

A liquid crystal color display (20) provides a transmitted light output of one or more colors, black, and/or white, as a function of incident light and controlled energization or not of respective optically serially positioned liquid crystal color layers (2, 3, 4) and/or multicolor composite liquid ...


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Fergason James Lee: Complementary color liquid crystal display. Manchester R & D Partnership, Fergason James Lee, SKLAR Warren A, March 24, 1988: WO/1988/002129

A liquid crystal color device (10) includes at least one pel (14) for affecting light (36) incident thereon to produce output light (38), the pel includes three complementary color subsets (30, 32, 34), each having controllable color filtering capability in the respective complementary colors thereo ...


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Simic Glavaski Branimir: Neurological and biological molecular electro-optical devices and method. Hsg Venture, SKLAR Warren A, March 26, 1987: WO/1987/001807

According to one aspect of the invention operationally macrocyclic molecular structures are employed to input and/or to read out information, electrical potential, optical characteristics, energy levels, state information, etc. with respect to another material, such as a neurological or biological m ...


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Goudy Paul R Jr: Filled layered plastic and method. Autotrol Corporation, SKLAR Warren A, June 1, 1989: WO/1989/004750

Improvements in filled polymers and methods and materials for making same are provided by using platelet-shape additive particles (18) of a size relation to the polymer (16) and of a loading in the polymer such that the additive aligns along three axes substantially throughout the polymer and intera ...


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Fergason James L: Liquid crystal color display and method. Manchester R & D Partnership, SKLAR Warren A, September 12, 1986: WO/1986/005282

A liquid crystal color display (20) with color layer(s) (2, 3, 4) including plural volumes of operationally nematic liquid crystal material (25) in a containment medium (22) that tends to distort the natural liquid crystal structure in the absence of a prescribed input, such as an electric field, an ...


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Tengler John N: Coaxial cable terminator. Minnesota Mining And Manufacturing Company, SKLAR Warren A, August 28, 1986: WO/1986/005035

A miniature terminator (12) for a miniature coaxial cable (13) includes a center signal contact (30) extending along an axial extent of the terminator, a second tubular sleeve contact (31) coaxially positioned with respect to the signal contact (30) and having an external contact surface for electri ...



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