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Robert R Buntin, James P Keller, John W Harding: Melt blowing process. Exxon Research and Engineering Company, J B Burgess, D A Roth, August 31, 1976: US03978185 (195 worldwide citation)

Melt blown non-woven mats prepared from thermoplastic polymer fibers and substantially completely free of polymer shot are produced at high polymer throughput rates in an improved melt blowing process in which thermoplastic polymer resins, preferably polypropylene, having initial intrinsic viscositi ...


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Frank T Check Jr, Alton B Eckert Jr, Joseph R Warren: Microcomputerized electronic postage meter system. Pitney Bowes, William D Soltow Jr, Albert W Scribner, Robert S Salzman, August 31, 1976: US03978457 (159 worldwide citation)

An advanced electronic postage meter system is described, which is built around a micro computer set. The micro computer set is of LSI design, and comprises a single chip central processor unit (CPU) which performs all control and data processing functions. Auxiliary to the CPU are ROM's which store ...


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Daniel A Wisner, Andrew S Mihalik Jr: High efficiency switching regulator. Burroughs Corporation, Lynn L Augspurger, Kevin R Peterson, Edwin W Uren, August 31, 1976: US03978393 (135 worldwide citation)

An improved switching regulator converts an unregulated DC voltage into a regulated DC output voltage and maintains regulation over the entire range from maximum load current through zero load current. The improved regulator employs a plurality of series switching paths connected between the unregul ...


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Abel Macias Perez: Fastener assembly. Monarch Marking Systems, Joseph J Grass, August 31, 1976: US03977050 (113 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a fastener assembly having a plurality of fasteners each having a crossbar, a head, and a filament joining the crossbar and the head, a rod spaced from the crossbars, and a separate connector connecting each crossbar and the rod. The fasteners assembly is composed of an injection ...


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Roger R Larson: Protective safety cap for medicament vial. Pharmaco, Clarence A O Brien, Harvey B Jacobson, August 31, 1976: US03977555 (111 worldwide citation)

A cap is provided for telescoping over the puncturable seal of a medicament vial and particularly a unit dose medicament vial. The cap includes a center outwardly projecting tubular extension including outer end circumferentially spaced inwardly projecting abutments. A needle structure including a g ...


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Ray W Sanders, Neil T Keyes, Stephen W Harting, Donald J Mueller: Method and apparatus for in-band signalling in data transmission. Computer Transmission Corporation, August 31, 1976: US03978449 (109 worldwide citation)

An in-band signalling system for the transmission of both data and control signals through a common communications channel is disclosed. Unique means of distinguishing data bits from control bits is employed without the use of additional bandwidth over that which would be required for the data alone ...


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Felix Theeuwes: Osmotic device having microporous reservoir. Alza Corporation, Paul L Sabatine, Thomas E Ciotti, Edward L Mandell, August 31, 1976: US03977404 (106 worldwide citation)

An osmotic device for delivering an active agent is disclosed. The device is comprised of a wall surrounding in at least a part, a reservoir containing agent. The wall is formed of a material permeable to an external fluid and impermeable to agent. The reservoir is formed of a microporous material p ...


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Harvey Robert Moorehead: Catheter placement unit with resilient sleeve and manual sleeve closure. Deseret Pharmaceutical Co, Lynn G Foster, August 31, 1976: US03977400 (105 worldwide citation)

A catheter placement unit comprising a Y adapter with a side port for coupling a catheter tube to a fluid infusion unit and including a resilient sleeve within the axial bore of the Y adapter at the proximal end of the catheter placement unit through which a piercing needle or the like snugly passes ...


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Arthur W Kurz Jr, Harold R Wilson: Edge forming method for mirror case. Donnelly Mirrors, Price Heneveld Huizenga & Cooper, August 31, 1976: US03978190 (94 worldwide citation)

A lightweight rearview mirror assembly for vehicles and a method for forming the same. The assembly includes a case formed from a thermoplastic material and a mirror element mounted therein. A thin, upstanding edge of the case is heated and curled into an arcuate, peripheral, retaining edge extendin ...



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