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Frank Ahern: Serially linked bus bridge for expanding access over a first bus to a second bus. Mobility Electronics, Thomas L Adams Esq, May 30, 2000: US06070214 (66 worldwide citation)

A bridge accessible by a host processor can expand access over a first bus to a second bus. The first bus and the second bus are each adapted to separately connect to respective ones of a plurality of bus-compatible devices. Allowable ones of the devices include memory devices and input/output devic ...


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Frank Ahern: Method and apparatus for exchanging information between buses in a portable computer and docking station through a bridge employing a serial link. Mobility Electronics, Thomas L Adams Esq, July 11, 2000: US06088752 (62 worldwide citation)

A docking system can give a portable computer access over a first bus in the portable computer to a second bus in a docking station. The first bus and the second bus are each adapted to separately connect to respective ones of a plurality of bus-compatible devices. The docking system has a serial li ...


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Leo Lorenzetti, Louis W Blanco: Apparatus and methods for managing transfers of video recording media used for surveillance from vehicles. Mobile Vision, Thomas L Adams Esq, February 22, 2000: US06028528 (61 worldwide citation)

The apparatus can manage transfers of video recording media bearing machine readable registration codes. This media is adapted to record video from a vehicle-mounted camera. The management apparatus (and the methods) operate with a user identification key carrying at least one machine readable, iden ...


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Devendar S Bains: Predistortion linearization. Thomas L Adams Esq, February 25, 1997: US05606286 (56 worldwide citation)

A linearizer has a dividing system for dividing a radio frequency signal into a first, second and third part. First and second transfer devices, each driven by the dividing system, can separately amplify the first and the second part of the signal. The first transfer device produces a higher distort ...


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Kevin Connell: Collapsible holder for container. Thomas L Adams Esq, April 4, 2000: US06045017 (30 worldwide citation)

In accordance with the illustrative embodiments demonstrating features and advantages of the present invention, there is provided a holder for allowing a person to carry a beverage container, hands free. The holder has a collapsible frame for holding the container. The frame includes (a) a backer, a ...


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Charles Lord: Docking device for a portable computer. Mobility Electronics, Thomas L Adams Esq, July 25, 2000: US06093039 (29 worldwide citation)

A docking device can electrically connect to a computer connector located underneath a portable computer in order to communicate with one or more ancillary support devices. The docking device has a case and a docking connector mounted at the case. The case has a housing, and a top panel attached to ...


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Edward J Cassidy IV: Multi-purpose bag and method for its use. Thomas L Adams Esq, July 25, 2000: US06092702 (17 worldwide citation)

A multi-purpose bag has a mesh pouch and a sleeve with a pair of ends. The pouch is attached along an annular seam to one of the ends of the sleeve. The other end of the sleeve has a closable mouth. Also included is a restricting feature for stowing the pouch to stop communication from inside the sl ...


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Edward Rapkin, Gavin Steele: Continuous sample detector with standard. IN US Systems, Thomas L Adams Esq, September 24, 1996: US05559324 (11 worldwide citation)

A continuous sample detector includes a sample chamber, a cell body and one or more standard sources of radiation. Mounted in the sample chamber, the cell body has a cell, a coil of transparent tubing through which the sample solution continuously passes during the measurement. The standard source o ...


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Shel L Samuelson: Device for a piercing a nut. Thomas L Adams Esq, June 3, 1997: US05634272 (7 worldwide citation)

A nut can be pierced with a device employing an upper member having a manually engageable surface. The device also has a base with an underside adapted to stably rest atop a horizontal support surface. The upper member has a free end, a pivotal end, and a manually engageable surface. This member is ...