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Boris Katzenberg, Joseph A Deptula: Apparatus and method for remotely powering access equipment over a 10/100 switched ethernet network. Merlot Communications, William C Crutcher, April 17, 2001: US06218930 (265 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for remotely powering access equipment over a 10/100 switched Ethernet network comprises an Ethernet switch card with a phantom power supply for remote access equipment and added circuitry for automatic detection of remote equipment being connected to the network; determining whether the r ...


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Norman Sherman, Victor Shiff: Magnetic clasp for wristwatch strap. Timex Corporation, William C Crutcher, July 17, 1990: US04941236 (202 worldwide citation)

A strap for holding a wristwatch has a pair of separable flexible strap ends adapted to curve around the wrist and to overlap one another to provide an overlapped section. At least one strap end of thermoplastic material has particles of permanently magnetizable material embedded in the thermoplasti ...


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Ronald M Keenan, Thomas F Barraza, Edward R Caceres, Joseph A Deptula, Patrick A Evans, Joseph Setaro: Communication switching module for the transmission and control of audio, video, and computer data over a single network fabric. Merlot Communications, William C Crutcher, June 10, 2003: US06577631 (162 worldwide citation)

A communications switching module (CSM) serving as common switching equipment for work stations in a star-topology Ethernet local area network. Both voice and data are incorporated in master Ethernet packets which are transmitted at a constant rate. The CSM switches the voice signals synchronously o ...


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Ronald M Keenan, Thomas F Barraza, Edward R Caceres, Joseph A Deptula, Patrick A Evans, Joseph Setaro: Local area network for the transmission and control of audio, video, and computer data. Merlot Communications, William C Crutcher, April 10, 2001: US06215789 (150 worldwide citation)

An Ethernet Local Area Network uses a star topology connecting user stations to a Communications Switching Module (CSM) with 10Base-T or 100 Base-TX UTP cable. Each user station typically has a digital telephone and a data communication device, such as a PC communicating with the CSM through a commo ...


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Fred Olsen: Wristwatch radiotelephone. Timex Corporation, William C Crutcher, July 11, 1989: US04847818 (125 worldwide citation)

An improved wristwatch, radiotelephone comprising a case having a timekeeping circuit a radio transceiver and a display disposed therein, a strap having a pair of strap ends connected to opposite ends of the case and adapted to be connected together for holding the case on a wearer's wrist, a microp ...


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Ronald M Keenan, Thomas F Barraza, Edward R Caceres, Joseph A Deptula, Patrick A Evans, Joseph Setaro: Method for the transmission and control of audio, video, and computer data over a single network fabric using ethernet packets. Merlot Communications, William C Crutcher, May 27, 2003: US06570890 (125 worldwide citation)

Delay-sensitive information (e.g., voice, video) and non-delay-sensitive user data are combined and transmitted over a single UTP cable forming part of a star-connected Ethernet local area network. Master Ethernet packets of fixed length are formatted with fixed length portions assigned to the two t ...


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John Brown, Matthew J Costello, Luciano P DosSantos, Robin Ruck: Probe station adapter for backside emission inspection. Wentworth Laboratories, William C Crutcher, September 28, 1999: US05959461 (113 worldwide citation)

An adapter for holding a silicon wafer in an inverted position of a probe station to allow backside emission testing is described. The wafer is positioned in a carrier having an opening therethrough for backside emission testing while the wafer is energized and probed beneath the carrier. A special ...


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Harold Thorgersen: Heartbeat monitor for wearing during exercise. Tel, William C Crutcher, June 27, 2000: US06080110 (106 worldwide citation)

A heartbeat monitor for wearing during exercise and receiving audio heartbeat information includes a pulse rate detector having an infrared source and an infrared sensor on a flexible cup-shaped ear piece which fits into the ear canal.


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Ronald M Keenan, Thomas F Barraza, Edward R Caceres, Joseph A Deptula, Patrick A Evans, Joseph Setaro: Method for initializing and allocating bandwidth in a permanent virtual connection for the transmission and control of audio, video, and computer data over a single network fabric. Merlot Communications, William C Crutcher, March 25, 2003: US06539011 (105 worldwide citation)

A permanent virtual connection (PVC) is automatically set up over an Ethernet local area network (LAN) link between a work station device having a digital telephone and a Communications Switching Module (CSM) when the device is first connected to the LAN. The PVC is established by exchange of inform ...


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George H Streib, Randy J Schwindt: Probe station for low current, low voltage parametric measurements using multiple probes. Wentworth Laboratories, William C Crutcher, February 29, 2000: US06031383 (104 worldwide citation)

A probe station has probe manipulators with probe supports disposed around a cover assembly with an inspection opening. Each probe support has a vertical tube extending through an opening in the cover assembly and a horizontal adjustable member extending radially inwardly and supporting a probe hold ...