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Emmett R Burns, Morris D Ho: Document processing system and method. Teknekron, Flehr Hohbach Test et al, June 3, 1980: US04205780 (417 worldwide citation)

A document processing system including a video camera and raster scan television monitors. The apparatus comprises a document transport that sequentially passes documents by both a machine readable data reader and a video camera. The data reader reads and stores in a digital memory the machine reada ...


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Virginia L Repke, Ralph H Brooks Jr: Disposable undergarment. Johnson & Johnson, Robert L Minier, June 3, 1980: US04205679 (321 worldwide citation)

A unitary, multi-layer disposable undergarment such as a panty adapted for use in training infants or for use by incontinent adults or children is provided. The undergarment is constructed from a non-woven, stretchable fabric and comprises a front portion, a rear portion, a crotch portion, a self-fi ...


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Shalaby W Shalaby, Dennis D Jamiolkowski: Synthetic absorbable surgical devices of poly(alkylene oxalates). Ethicon, Wayne R Eberhardt, June 3, 1980: US04205399 (172 worldwide citation)

Synthetic filaments composed of homopolymers and copolymers of poly(alkylene oxalates) are absorbable in animal tissue with minimal adverse tissue reaction. Polymers prepared by reacting a dialkyl oxalate with an alkylene diol are melt spun and drawn to obtain oriented fibers having good tensile pro ...


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William E Keasler, Donald L Bitzer, Paul T Tucker: High speed modem suitable for operating with a switched network. University of Illinois Foundation, Pollock Vande Sande & Priddy, June 3, 1980: US04206320 (134 worldwide citation)

A modem capable of achieving essentially 9600 bit per second information transfer rate through the switched telephone network. The high bit rate is achieved notwithstanding the variations in the characteristics of the switched telephone network by phase and amplitude modulating a plurality of sub-ca ...


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George O Stanley: Water play toy with elevatable crown portion. Wham O Mfg Co, Christie Parker & Hale, June 3, 1980: US04205785 (128 worldwide citation)

A water play toy comprising a base portion and an elevatable, elongated upper portion having a water deflector mounted at the top. A source of water under pressure is coupled to an upwardly directed nozzle located in the base portion. When the water pressure is turned on, a jet of water is directed ...


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Joseph Burnsweig, Charles F Bancroft: Transmitter-receiver system utilizing pulse position modulation and pulse compression. Hughes Aircraft Company, Walter J Adam, W H MacAllister, June 3, 1980: US04206316 (96 worldwide citation)

Transmitter are receiver systems are disclosed including an encoder and a decorder, respectively. The encoder samples an incoming analog video signal and operates a periodic bipolar pulse pair whose phase separation is proportional to the amplitudes of the sampled data, thus pulse position modulatio ...


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Roy Hardwick: Tube repairs. Yorkshire Imperial Metals, Cushman Darby & Cushman, June 3, 1980: US04205422 (92 worldwide citation)

A method of repairing a joint between a tube and a tube plate comprising removing an end portion of the tube and replacing it with a connector explosively welded to the tube and the plate.


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Masashi Kiuchi, Isamu Maki: Negatively charged toner for developing electrostatic images containing metal complex of salicyclic acid compound as charge control agent. Canon Kabushiki Kaisha, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, June 3, 1980: US04206064 (85 worldwide citation)

A toner for developing electrostatic images comprises a metal complex of salicylic acid or a metal complex of an alkyl salicylic acid as a charge controlling agent.


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Michael Cais: Specific binding assay method and reagent means. Technion Research & Development Foundation, Beveridge DeGrandi Kline & Lunsford, June 3, 1980: US04205952 (79 worldwide citation)

A method and reagent means for the determination of small quantities of chemical compounds in man, animal and plants by a specific binding assay technique.


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Jerry M Kramer, William H McNeill, Paul O Haugsjaa: Electrodeless light source having rare earth molecular continua. GTE Laboratories Incorporated, Fred Fisher, June 3, 1980: US04206387 (76 worldwide citation)

An electrodeless lamp apparatus includes an electrodeless, light-transmitting, envelope for housing a rare-earth compound fill, and a termination fixture, electrodelessly coupled to the envelope, adapted to create an electrical condition for exciting the fill.