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David P Newman: Membrane for enzyme electrodes. The Yellow Springs Instrument Company, Biebel French & Nauman, September 7, 1976: US03979274 (530 worldwide citation)

A laminated membrane for use with an enzyme electrode without the need for use of a compensating electrode. The laminated membrane comprises a layer of essentially homogeneous material such as cellulose acetate or silicone rubber which will prevent passage of even low molecular weight interfering ma ...


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Alex M Leupp, Hans G Dill: Method of fabricating a liquid crystal display. Hughes Aircraft Company, Joseph E Szabo, W H MacAllister, September 7, 1976: US03978580 (224 worldwide citation)

In forming the back panel of a liquid crystal display, layers of an insulating material and aluminum are successively deposited on the surface of a semiconducting substrate having an array of electrodes thereon. Openings are then formed through the insulating material and the aluminum layer to expos ...


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Peter A Belmont: Adjustably-weighted golf irons and processes. Thomas L Tully, September 7, 1976: US03979122 (167 worldwide citation)

Improved golf clubs having metal heads, conventionally known as "irons", and processes for producing such "irons" in such a way that the swing weight of each "iron" produced can be varied within very close tolerances and/or the distribution of the weight of the metal head, i.e. the balance thereof, ...


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Richard J Schulman, Mark J Schneider: Speech processor system for pitch period extraction using prediction filters. International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation, John T O Halloran, Alfred C Hill, September 7, 1976: US03979557 (153 worldwide citation)

A computational algorithm and an implementation thereof is described herein for determining the pitch period of voiced speech in real time. All processing is performed in the time domain employing the prediction residual or error signal of a 10th-order Itakura cascade adaptive linear predictor or fi ...


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Peter A Belmont: Golf club heads and process. Thomas L Tully, September 7, 1976: US03979123 (144 worldwide citation)

Wooden head for a golf club comprising a wooden body having a top surface, an undersurface carrying a soleplate, a rear surface and a face surface carrying a faceplate adapted to strike a golf ball during use of the golf club. The weight and balance of the head is adjustable by varying the weight of ...


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Mark Harris: Capacitor discharge ignition testing apparatus employing visual spark gap indicator. Brunswick Corporation, Andrus Sceales Starke & Sawall, September 7, 1976: US03979664 (133 worldwide citation)

Capacitor discharge ignition analyzer includes a pulse source operable to generate electrical signals related to the input-output signals of various capacitor discharge ignition systems including battery driven and alternator driven systems. The analyzer includes an electronic circuit generating an ...


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John Anthony Crep: Bone and joint prosthesis. Howmedica, Connolly and Hutz, September 7, 1976: US03978528 (121 worldwide citation)

This application describes a shoulder prosthesis having a metal humeral cup component with an extending stem for insertion into the intramedullary canal of the humerus bone. The shoulder or intracancellous component has a ball embraced within the cup between a pair of ultra high molecular weight pol ...


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Marshal Morrison: Surgical cutting device. Stryker Corporation, Woodhams Blanchard and Flynn, September 7, 1976: US03978862 (121 worldwide citation)

A surgical cutting device, particularly a sagittal saw, having an elongated tubular housing containing therein a driving mechamism which extends outwardly from one end of the housing and has a saw blade mounted thereon. A driving connection, such as a flexible drive cable or the like, extends into t ...


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Claus D Zieger: Mounting arrangement for hand-held shower head. Interbath, Rose & Edell, September 7, 1976: US03979096 (111 worldwide citation)

A mounting arrangement for a hand-held shower head includes a bracket which is secured to the water supply pipe and a receiver which is pivotally mounted to the bracket so that its position may be adjusted in a plane extending parallel to the longitudinal axis of the supply pipe. The receiver is ope ...


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Harold S Geneen: Pulse rate indicator. International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation, Paul W Hemminger, John T O Halloran, September 7, 1976: US03978849 (104 worldwide citation)

A pulse rate indicator automatically indicates a person's pulse rate and changes in this rate. The indicator is individually programmed for each user to account for the overall physiological characteristics of the user. The indicator may be mounted on a wristband and the pulse count is averaged over ...