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Craig Allen
Craig Allen Diederichs: Gasket arrangement for sanitary process flow meter. Rosemount, Westman Champlin & Kelly Pa, April 6, 2006: US20060070437-A1

A flow meter assembly includes a flow meter for use in a sanitary process environment. The flow meter includes a flow tube having an end which includes a first gasket lip and a first abutting face. A sealing flange mates with the flow tube and includes a second gasket lip and a second abutting face ...


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Marc Lanoiselee
Marc Lanoiselee, Pierrick Louin: Radio Broadcasting Method and Transmitter Using Pre-Filtering and Corresponding Signal. Tdf, Westman Champlin & Kelly Pa, December 20, 2007: US20070291865-A1

The disclosure relates to a radio broadcasting method for a first multicarrier digital signal occupying a first frequency band adjacent to at least one second frequency band, each assigned to a second signal. Pre-filtering is applied to the said first signal before its emission so as to attenuate th ...


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Marc Lanoiselee
Bruno Jahan, Marc Lanoiselee, Pierrick Louin: Method for Receiving a Multicarrier Signal Using at Least Two Estimates of a Propagation Channel and Corresponding Reception Device. Tdf, Westman Champlin & Kelly Pa, September 4, 2008: US20080212727-A1

A method is provided for receiving a multicarrier signal including a time-based succession of symbols, each including a plurality of multicarriers bearing data, at least one of said symbols including at least one reference pilot. The method includes the following steps: a first estimation of a propa ...


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David L Ladner, Andrea J Grazzini, Ronald E Konezny: Mobile locator system. Peoplenet, Westman Champlin & Kelly PA, December 18, 2001: US06331825 (204 worldwide citation)

A locator system comprises a locator device, a control center, a workstation and a computerized interface. The control center and the locator device are configured to communicate via cellular and pager signals.


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David L Ladner, Andrea J Grazzini: Locator device. Peoplenet, Westman Champlin & Kelly PA, June 13, 2000: US06075458 (84 worldwide citation)

A locator apparatus includes a receiver for receiving location information indicative of a location of the receiver. A memory is coupled to the receiver and stores the location information. A cellular transmitter is coupled to the memory and the receiver and transmits the location information to a s ...


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Craig L Campbell, Mark S Fullen, Michael J Skinner: Welding head. MTS Systems Corporation, Westman Champlin & Kelly PA, March 13, 2001: US06199745 (64 worldwide citation)

A welding head including upper and lower probe members and probe pin. The upper and lower probe members are independently actuatable and biased to follow the profile of a workpiece and supply a balance load to opposed surfaces of a workpiece during welding operation.


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Mark H Olson, Michael B Jost, Brian J Bischoff, Thomas M Moser: Pressure transmitter with high pressure isolator mounting assembly. Rosemount, Westman Champlin & Kelly PA, April 18, 2000: US06050145 (40 worldwide citation)

A pressure transmitter includes an isolator mounting assembly for isolating process fluid from an interior cavity of the pressure transmitter. The isolator mounting assembly includes an isolator plug for receiving the process fluid line pressure and coupling the line pressure to a sensor cavity form ...


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Paul C Sundet, William B Krueger: Process instrument mount. Rosemount, Westman Champlin & Kelly PA, May 9, 2000: US06059254 (35 worldwide citation)

A process instrument mount includes an outer wall and an inner wall. The outer wall is separated from the inner wall by a space. The mount has a first end and a second end, and a hole extends from the first end to the second end. The inner wall surrounds the hole, and has a threaded region to receiv ...


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Lance E Stover, Jane Katherine Gates, Ladislav Rudolf Pust, John L Brand: Head with heating element and control regime therefor. Seagate Technology, Westman Champlin & Kelly PA, December 13, 2005: US06975472 (34 worldwide citation)

A head with a heating element and control regime therefor is disclosed. In embodiments described, the control regime or controller energizes the heater or heating element to provide intermittent heating between read or write operations to optimize transducer temperature and operating characteristics ...


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John Christopher Morris, Brian Robert Pollock, Timothy Francis Ellis: Compensation for repeatable run-out error. Seagate Technology, Westman Champlin & Kelly PA, May 30, 2000: US06069764 (31 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for compensating for repeatable run-out errors in a disc drive is disclosed. The compensation is created by determining transfer function values for a servo loop in the drive as well as a sequence of repeatable run-out values for a portion of a disc. The repeatable run-out val ...



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