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Michael J Freeman: Dedicated channel interactive cable television system. Hubbell Cohen Stiefel & Gross, April 28, 1981: US04264924 (409 worldwide citation)

An interactive cable television system, such as a one-way system, in which a plurality of subscribers are simultaneously provided with multi-information television programming and regular television programming independently selectably directly receivable by the individual subscribers on the televis ...


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Clifford J Owens, Thomas L Rutledge: Method and apparatus for electronic image processing of documents for accounting purposes. NCR Corporation, J T Cavender, Albert L Sessler Jr, Elmer Wargo, April 28, 1981: US04264808 (407 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus are disclosed for separating the information on documents involved in transactions such as accounting or banking transactions, for example, from the documents themselves and also for placing control of the processing of the transactions on this information instead of on the do ...


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Michael J Freeman, Lawrence G Kurland: Interactive cable television system. Michael J Freeman, Hubbell Cohen Stiefel & Gross, April 28, 1981: US04264925 (370 worldwide citation)

An interactive cable television system, such as a one way system, simultaneously provides both regular television programmings for one or more television reception channels and subscriber selectable multi-information television programming for a designated common one of those channels to a plurality ...


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John E Bigelow: Capacitive touch control and display. General Electric Company, Geoffrey H Krauss, Marvin Snyder, James C Davis, April 28, 1981: US04264903 (177 worldwide citation)

A control for use upon a solid panel, devoid of control shaft apertures, allows data entry by rotational positioning of a human member, such as one's finger, about a pattern of a plurality of interdigitated electrodes formed upon an interior surface of the panel. The position of the member varies th ...


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Calvin Griggs: Medical staple means. Richards Manufacturing Co, Walker & McKenzie, April 28, 1981: US04263903 (170 worldwide citation)

The head or bridge portion of an otherwise standard medical staple is provided with an elongated groove in each transverse side thereof. The jaw members of a medical staple holder are provided with elongated ridges for extending into the grooves in the staple when the staple is being held by the sta ...


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Alan G Konheim: Method and apparatus for transaction and identity verification. International Business Machines Corporation, Roy R Schlemmer Jr, April 28, 1981: US04264782 (148 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus whereby the senders and receivers of messages sent over a transmission system including a Host CPU may guarantee the integrity of the data content of the message and also the absolute identity of the sender. Each user of the system as well as the Host CPU contains an identical ...


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Donald S Stewart: Labelling machines. Monarch Marking Systems, Joseph J Grass, April 28, 1981: US04264396 (127 worldwide citation)

A labelling machine has a push button switch, actuation of which causes a label to be printed by a thermographic printing head with selected data which has been stored in a microprocessor by operation of a keyboard. The printed label is fed by an electrically powered drive mechanism controlled by th ...


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Kermit H Burgin: Locking adjustable speculum. Jenkins Coffey Hyland Badger & Conard, April 28, 1981: US04263899 (125 worldwide citation)

An adjustable speculum includes a base rotatably supporting a pair of shafts, and a pair of dilating members. Each dilating member has a distal end for contacting and restraining a wall of an orifice or incision and a proximal end for detachably engaging a respective shaft. The base includes a mecha ...


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Frank Frecentese: Jogging shoe with adjustable shock absorbing system for the heel impact surface thereof. McAulay Fields Fisher Goldstein & Nissen, April 28, 1981: US04263728 (117 worldwide citation)

A jogging shoe has an adjustable shock absorbing system for the heel impact surface in the form of an inflatable air chamber with downwardly extending pump-like pegs and the hollow cavity interiors in communication with the air chamber. When the jogging shoe impacts against the running surface, the ...


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Tom M Hyltin, J Scott Jamieson: Digital thermostat. Hubbard Thurman Turner Tucker & Glaser, April 28, 1981: US04264034 (110 worldwide citation)

An energy conserving thermostatic control system having digitally implemented control functions for use with a heating and/or air conditioning system is disclosed. The digital thermostat includes an LCD data display for simultaneously displaying present time and ambient temperature. Slide switches a ...



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