1
Bill Dukette
Dukette William J: Sensor responsive cybernetics machine. American Associated Cybernetics, Michaelsen Alfred L, July 22, 1975: US3895729 (3 worldwide citation)

A machine for locating, engaging and moving an article located on a work surface. The machine includes a head movable in vertical, lateral and thrust axes, sensors along each such axis and programmer means for selectively sensitizing selected sensors to stop said head at selected positions along eac ...


2
Waterbury Nelson J: Credit and other security cards and card utilization systems therefore. Sherman & Shalloway, July 22, 1975: US3896266 (264 worldwide citation)

A security card (which may be a credit card) according to the invention has recorded on it data identifying a personal and non-counterfeitable attribute, such as the voice characteristics, of the authorised holder of the card. A card utilisation system according to the invention provides means for c ...


3
Schmidt William: Flexible forceps. July 22, 1975: US3895636 (172 worldwide citation)

Flexible forceps including a flexible sheath having a flexible element extending therethrough, a handle on one end for moving said flexible element axially and a pair of jaws on the other end pivoted to a sleeve joined to the sheath and to a trocar assembly connected to the flexible element and slid ...


4
Martin David James Reginald: Radiating line transmission system. Coal, Wray James C, July 22, 1975: US3896380 (157 worldwide citation)

A radiating transmission line system employs a pair of leaky coaxial cables which are spaced from each other and extend along a tunnel to propagate radio signals. The signals to be propagated are fed to both cables in such a manner that the signals in one cable are in antiphase to the signals in the ...


5
Rodler Hans: Apparatus for producing an interference signal at a selected location. Kelman Kurt, July 22, 1975: US3895639 (133 worldwide citation)

An electrotherapeutic apparatus for producing a beat or interference frequency at a selected body location comprises two pairs of electrodes connected to the body. Alternating current is supplied to each pair of electrodes from the two outputs of an oscillator, with the current paths between the ele ...


6
Hudspeth Thomas, Rosen Harold A, Walsh Jr Bernard L: Subscription television jamming system. Hughes Aircraft Company, MacAllister Jr W H, Dennison D O, July 22, 1975: US3896262 (126 worldwide citation)

A system is disclosed for transmitting television signals which can only be intelligibly received by authorized subscribers. At the transmitter end of the system, a CW jamming signal is inserted in the passband of each subscription television program transmitted to subscriber terminals. At each subs ...


7
Akamatsu Kiyoshi, Yokota Yuzo, Sagami Hiroshi, Imai Isao: Photosensitive element comprising photopolymerizable layer and protective layer. Asahi Kasei Kogyo Kabushiki Kaisha, Burgess Dinklage & Sprung, July 22, 1975: US3895949 (111 worldwide citation)

A photosensitive element comprising, in order,1. a support,2. a layer of a photosensitive material and3. a protective layer having a thickness of about 0.5 to 20 microns, said protective layer being transparent to actinic radiation, substantially impermeable to oxygen, insoluble to water, non-stripp ...


8
Kupchan S Morris, Komoda Yasuo, Thomas Gareth J, Court William A: Ansa Macrolides. Research Corporation, Behr Omri M, July 22, 1975: US3896111 (111 worldwide citation)

There are provided Novel Ansa Macrolides derived from Maytenus Buchananii (Loes.) Wilczek and Maytenus ovatus. which possess high and surprising antileukaemic activity against P-388 lymphocytic leukemia in test animals at dosage levels of micrograms per kilogram body weight.


9
Nugent Bede Stanislaus: Intravenous fluids administration apparatus. Bestnu Engineering, Browne Beveridge DeGrandi & Kline, July 22, 1975: US3895741 (99 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for parenteral fluid administration to a patient wherein a pliant bag containing the liquid to be administered is supported between two pressure pads having mutually-confronting, spaced-apart, pressure-applying faces. A side edge and the bottom edge of one of the pads is offset from the co ...


10
Klingenberg George R: No drip suck back units for glue or other liquids either separately installed with or incorporated into no drip suck back liquid applying and control apparatus. Mattern Jr Roy E, July 22, 1975: US3895748 (94 worldwide citation)

A separate or incorporated no drip suck back unit for use with a liquid applying apparatus, wherein materials moving relative to the apparatus are selectively spotted, beaded or coated with a liquid, such as glue or plastic, through one or more nozzles, and wherein the no drip suck back unit prevent ...