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Estes Jerry R: High frequency electrosurgical apparatus. Systems Electro Medical, August 24, 1971: US3601126 (220 worldwide citation)

Electrosurgical apparatus including electrodes powered by high frequency electric current, wherein the amplitude of the current flowing through the circuit is monitored and compared with a reference amplitude so that the current source can be regulated to transmit power of a desired amplitude. Furth ...


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Platzer George E: Automatic anti-glare rearview mirror system. Corporation Chrysler, August 24, 1971: US3601614 (176 worldwide citation)

Control circuit and system for changing an automotive rear view mirror between a day and a night reflective condition. The circuit includes a forwardly facing photocell for sensing ambient illumination and a rearwardly facing photocell for sensing the illumination on a mirror from the headlights of ...


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Randall Donald Sexton: Optical tunnel high-speed camera system. Company Physics International, August 24, 1971: US3601480 (131 worldwide citation)

A high-speed framing camera is disclosed. The camera includes an optical tunnel of rectangular cross section for forming an extended array of virtual images of an event to be recorded. An objective lens system of limited aperture projects a cone of image-forming rays onto a face of a rotating mirror ...


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Reeve James Jackson: Anterior root-torquing auxiliary wire. August 24, 1971: US3600808 (124 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to an auxiliary root-torquing wire for use with a main dental arch wire for applying torque to the root structure of a group of teeth. More particular, this invention is an anterior root-torquing auxiliary wire detailed to move the roots of the maxillary or mandibular anterior ...


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Ritchie Edwin E: Proximity control apparatus. August 24, 1971: US3601621 (118 worldwide citation)

An electronic control responsive to the presence of an object in predetermined proximity to the probe thereof. The probe is connected to an oscillation generator which supplies electrical oscillations to a circuit which controls the initiation of the timing cycle of a timing device when an object is ...


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KUECKEN John A: System for automatically matching a radio frequency power output circuit to a load. Corporation General Dynamics, August 24, 1971: US3601717 (117 worldwide citation)

An automatic antenna coupler is described which uses a variable inductor and a pair of variable capacitors which are alternately switched into the network; the first while tuning the inductor, and the second after the inductor is tuned. While the inductor is tuned the first capacitor is swept throug ...


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Curl Gerald A: Electrical connectors. Displays Symbolic, August 24, 1971: US3601776 (111 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to improvements in electrical connectors. A two circuit jack and plug are described in which the jack is formed of a series of sleeves inserted one within the other to expose, at one end of the jack, a pair of contacting rings. The contacting rings are noncircular in that thei ...


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McVoy David S: Television communications system with coding and decoding. Corporation Coaxial Scientific, August 24, 1971: US3601528 (92 worldwide citation)

A subscription television system comprises a transmitter unit that codes or scrambles its composite output signals comprising video intelligence signals and synchronizing pulses by separating the video signals from the synchronizing pulses and transmitting them over separate carriers to a decoding r ...


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Lee Ray H: Process for fabricating a panel array of electromechanical light valves. Incorporated Texas Instruments, August 24, 1971: US3600798 (85 worldwide citation)

Electromechanical light valves in a panel array are fabricated by a process including several metal patterning steps. Each light valve consists of a housing having grounded conducting walls for shielding the interior thereof from external electrostatic forces produced by surrounding valves in the ar ...


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Fenwick Jay G, Christensen Earl: Display fixture frame structure. Industries Streater, August 24, 1971: US3601432 (79 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a frame assembly having general utility and specific utility for a display fixture of a type commonly found in department stores. A horizontal sway brace for the fixture is connected by means of hooks to vertically extending members referred to as standards. A pivotally moun ...