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Ossian Riday: Multi-mode GPS receiver. Delorme Publishing Co, Patricia M Mathers, Thomas L Bohan, January 18, 2005: US06844846 (18 worldwide citation)

A GPS data transceiver system capable of transceiving USB and/or RS-232 data between a host computer and a multi-mode GPS-receiver. The USB circuitry is incorporated into the multi-mode GPS-receiver and the RS-232 circuitry is incorporated into the multi-mode GPS-receiver or into an external power s ...


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Robert L Day: Bathing device for pets. Chris A Caseiro, Thomas L Bohan, October 21, 1997: US05678511 (18 worldwide citation)

An animal-containment device that enables quick and easy containment, such as bathing, of a household pet. The device includes a basin that may be easily manufactured in a unitary piece. The basin includes at least one adjustable strap attached between the sides of the basin. The strap is secured in ...


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Donald P Curry: Apparatus and process for drying cellulosic and textile substances with superheated steam. Thomas L Bohan, April 21, 1992: US05105558 (18 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and process for the removal of moisture from cellulosic products such as pulp, paper and molded articles, and textile products, wherein gaseous water (steam) in a superheated state is utilized in an energy efficient manner as the drying medium. The apparatus is an enclosed system the opera ...


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Raymond Joseph Michaels: Telephone-linked commodity-billing method. Thomas L Bohan, Patricia M Mathers, May 29, 2001: US06240167 (16 worldwide citation)

A method for billing consumers of on-demand commodities consumed at a site remote from the site at which they are produced. It is modeled after certain contemporary telephone-company billing practices, though it is not limited to use with telephone companies. In one embodiment the method uses a tele ...


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Michael J Seymour: High power, edge controlled output buffer. National Semiconductor Corporation, Thomas L Bohan, Chris A Caseiro, February 6, 1996: US05489861 (16 worldwide citation)

An output buffer circuit with edge-rate control capable of maintaining both rising and falling edge-rates within narrow specifications in the face of wide variations in load impedance. In particular, the output buffer of the present invention is intended for coupling to a common bus whereby it may b ...


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John W Dumont Jr: Retractable carrier-platform device. Thomas L Bohan, August 17, 1999: US05938395 (16 worldwide citation)

A carrier-platform device mountable on a utility vehicle. The carrier-platform device includes a frame attached to a standard, front-end snowplow-receiving bracket and a platform attached to the frame. The platform has three degrees of movement. The platform is pivotable from a vertical storage posi ...


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Gregory J Smith, David J Kunst, Paul M Henry: Current-level monitor with hierarchical precision. National Semiconductor, Thomas L Bohan, January 11, 2000: US06014030 (16 worldwide citation)

Current-level monitoring circuitry incorporating a full-time coarse monitor and a part-time fine monitor and capable of generating control signals when the current-level being monitored reaches certain predetermined thresholds. In its preferred embodiment the invention is incorporated into battery-p ...


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Rollin V Barto: Towable road tender. Thomas L Bohan, Chris A Caseiro, March 1, 1994: US05289880 (15 worldwide citation)

A towable road tender device for grading unpaved roadway surfaces. The tender device may be hitched to commercial vehicles but is particularly suited for use with private vehicles, such as small tractors and pickup trucks. A set of relatively lightweight frames reduce the weight to be pulled by the ...


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Gregory J Smith, Anthony D Wang: Active rectification and battery protection circuit. Thomas L Bohan, December 8, 1998: US05847912 (15 worldwide citation)

An active rectifier circuit for automatically selecting a pathway for reversible current to move. The rectifier circuit includes a transistor element that is preferably a MOSFET controlled by an amplifier. The amplifier is coupled to a reference voltage source that regulates operation of the transis ...


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Donald Ray Ellis: Boat thruster control apparatus. Thomas L Bohan, Patricia M Mathers, March 19, 2002: US06357375 (15 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for controlling thrusters in small water craft. A water craft is provided with a bow thruster and a stern thruster. A control panel in the helm has a thruster control stick for controlling each thruster and a HOLD device associated with each control stick. When the boat is brought into the ...