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Hagfors Norman R: Apparatus for delivering electrical stimulation energy to body-implanted apparatus with signal-receiving means. March 12, 1974: US3796221 (252 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for delivering electrical stimulation energy to body-implanted apparatus with signal-receiving means is described which is particularly useful in implanted devices, including nerve and muscle stimulators, artificial organs, and certain electro-mechanical devices such as implanted dispen ...


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Snell Jr William Walter: Orthogonal resonant filter for planar transmission lines. Bell Telephone Laboratories Incorporated, Hurewitz D L, March 12, 1974: US3796970 (152 worldwide citation)

The conductor pattern on a dielectric substrate includes a rectangular element of finite thickness whose two surface dimensions are chosen so that each is one-half the wavelength of a desired frequency. Accordingly, the element will support two resonant orthogonal standing waves and external couplin ...


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Schwarz Karl H: Resuscitator. Fishburn Gold & Litman, March 12, 1974: US3796216 (143 worldwide citation)

A respiratory assisting device for use to support and to re-establish substantially normal breathing when same has been halted or impaired as by immersion or other suffocatory circumstances and including a mask or face piece having an exhalation port in one end of a body member and an inhalation por ...


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Fraley Walter C, Hendrix James T, Bell Charles A: Electronic gaming device simulating the game of blackjack. Hydro Search, Sandford Dean, March 12, 1974: US3796433 (118 worldwide citation)

A disk-operated electronic gaming device for playing a simulated game of blackjack is disclosed. The device includes operating controls for a player to control his play of the game; a display panel to show the progress of the game and its result; disk-handling equipment for receiving metallic disks ...


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Crosa Valentin L: Clamping system. Ladas Parry Von Gehr Goldsmith & Deschamps, March 12, 1974: US3796124 (108 worldwide citation)

A system for clamping a first member to a second member -- to be preferably used in the building art -- by means of a rod passing at least through one of the members, comprising a resilient sealing member to be fit on the rod to insulate said rod from said at least one of said members, a multiclamp ...


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Adler Ronald E, Bax Ronald F: Jogging computer. SAID Adler and Bax, Coates Gary, Johnson Wayne, Wigman & Cohen, March 12, 1974: US3797010 (89 worldwide citation)

This disclosure relates to a portable solid-state device for measuring and indicating physical exercise achievement attained through exercises, for example, walking, running and/or jogging in place or over a distance course in accordance with a predetermined exercise regimen. The device includes a d ...


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Sanders Ellsworth E, Kreeger Elsmer W: Collapsible container. Pinckney Molded Plastics, Whittemore Hulbert & Belknap, March 12, 1974: US3796342 (86 worldwide citation)

A collapsible container having a base or bottom wall and having an open border frame defining the top. Side walls are hinged to the base and to the border frame, and end walls are hinged to the border frame only. When the container is collapsed, the side walls fold inwardly and the end walls swing u ...


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Smith John Lynn: Recirculating block cipher cryptographic system. International Business Machines Corporation, Siber Victor, March 12, 1974: US3796830 (86 worldwide citation)

This is a cryptographic system for enciphering a block of binary data under the control of a subscriber cipher key consisting of a preassigned combination of binary symbols. The block of data is processed on a segmented basis with each segment of data being serially transformed in accordance with co ...


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Cole James N, Cuomo Jerome J, Laibowitz Robert B, Park Kyu C: Bistable resistance device which does not require forming. International Business Machines Corporation, Stanland Jackson E, March 12, 1974: US3796926 (86 worldwide citation)

A switchable device using a doped insulator having two stable resistance states which does not require application of a forming voltage when being fabricated. The insulator is, for example, a multivalent oxide of 100-2,500 A thickness, containing impurities which provide conduction centers. Examples ...


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Meyer Ronald F, Schalk Frank J, Sedgwick Robert K, Schluge John E: Manufacturing system. Hajewski Cyril M, March 12, 1974: US3796327 (85 worldwide citation)

A manufacturing system having one or more loading and unloading stations and a plurality of spaced apart numerically controlled machine tools, the operation of which is effected by direct computer control. The manufacturing system includes a workpiece supply system comprising a closed loop trackway ...