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Blanchenot John P: Coaxial cable connector. International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation, December 19, 1972: US3706958 (123 worldwide citation)

A coaxial cable connector for securing the inner and outer conductors of the cable. A connector housing has a radially deformable inner conductor seizing member, a radially deformable outer conductor seizing member and a radially deformable contact member interconnecting the inner conductor seizing ...


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Brown Cicero C: Pipe handling system for use in well drilling. December 19, 1972: US3706347 (85 worldwide citation)

A pipe handling system for use in well drilling. The system includes pipe storage racks, power-operated conveyor means for advancing the pipe sections to a drilling derrick and for transferring the pipe sections from the storage racks to the conveyor means; power swivel means supported by the derric ...


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Bidell Frederick W, Herold Jr Carl D, Lindholm James H: Synchronizing systems in the presence of noise. Sylvania Electric Products, December 19, 1972: US3706933 (80 worldwide citation)

11. In the receiver of a pseudo-random communication system in which a locally generated coded signal is to be correlated with a received similarly coded signal, means for recognizing the synchronization of said local and received signals in the presence of undesired received energy, such as noise, ...


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Berger Harold J, Goldsmith Jerry G: Combination blood sampling vacuum syringe centrifuge container and specimen cup. December 19, 1972: US3706305 (77 worldwide citation)

An elongated, unitary, blood sampling vacuum syringe, centrifuge container and specimen cup, for use with an ordinary tubular needle holder is described. The device includes an evacuated blood sample centrifuge container within one end and an evacuated specimen cup within the other end of a common t ...


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Van Buren George F: Lighting control system. December 19, 1972: US3706914 (63 worldwide citation)

A light control system for the control of a plurality of lights in a pre-programmed lighting sequence. The system is comprised of a keyboard module and one or more controller modules. Each controller module contains 16 manually operated light controllers and a semiconductor memory capable of storing ...


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Brillaud Andre R, Gallin Lawrence F: Multi-use dispensing device. Systematic Research & Development, December 19, 1972: US3706140 (60 worldwide citation)

A dispenser consisting of an opened celled housing or vessel forming a chamber of predetermined size permeable to the ingress and egress of fluids more particularly volatile gases to permit escape or dispensing of such gases or other fluids from the chamber into a desired environment. At a critical ...


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Myers Albert F: Pinion differential mechanism having internal bias torque. Boise Cascade Corporation, December 19, 1972: US3706239 (59 worldwide citation)

A positive drive differential mechanism for use in the driveline of an automotive vehicle comprising discrete pairs of differential pinions carried by a differential carrier and side gears having a common axis that is parallel to the axes of the pinions, the pinions of each pair being in meshing eng ...


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Kokx Darrel D, Moore Robert S: Self-spreading catamenial tampon. The Procter & Gamble Company, December 19, 1972: US3706311 (58 worldwide citation)

A self-spreading catamenial tampon made from a bundle of uncompressed absorbent material and a mechanical spreader inside the bundle which immediately spreads the folded legs of the tampon when the tampon is ejected from an inserter. The tampon is oriented within the vagina so that its spreading wil ...


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Berger Harold J, Goldsmith Jerry G: Combination blood sampling vacuum syringe centrifuge container and specimen cup. December 19, 1972: US3706306 (57 worldwide citation)

An elongated, unitary, blood sampling vacuum syringe, centrifuge container and specimen cup, for use with an ordinary tubular needle holder is described. The device includes an evacuated blood sample centrifuge container having a piercable diaphragm cap and being supported in spaced relation within ...


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Taylor Alfred E: Flexible molding strip and method of making same. December 19, 1972: US3706173 (56 worldwide citation)

A flexible molding strip including a non-metal channel-shaped core member having a plurality of transverse slots providing the requisite molding flexibility, and a stretchable cover enclosing the core member and concealing the slots. The core member includes opposed gripping flanges within the chann ...