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Tetsumaru Kubota: Stabbing apparatus for diagnosis of living body. Olympus Optical, November 2, 1982: US04356826 (246 worldwide citation)

A stabbing apparatus for penetration of a living body wall, having a stabbing apparatus body provided with a sharp edge, a pressure sensor disposed on the peripheral surface thereof to sense the pressure to which the sensor is subjected when stabbing a living body wall, and an indicator responsive t ...


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Vincenzo Daniele, Giuseppe Corda, Aldo Magrucci, Guido Torelli: Method of programming an electrically alterable nonvolatile memory. SGS ATES Componenti Elettronici S p A, Karl F Ross, November 2, 1982: US04357685 (224 worldwide citation)

A nonvolatile memory of the electrically alterable kind comprises an orthogonal array of cells each including a floating-gate IGFET and an enhancement IGFET in series. For the programming or the reading of a selected cell, lying at the intersection of a row and a column of the array, a common gate l ...


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Francois Massoni, Filippe Canarelli, Francoise Fellrath: Automatic control device for lighting and extinction of headlamps in a vehicle. Karl W Flocks, Sheridan Neimark, November 2, 1982: US04357558 (182 worldwide citation)

An automatic control device for the lighting and extinction of headlamps of car, comprising at least two photo-sensitive elements connected to control circuits defining luminosity thresholds to produce control signals depending on ambient luminosity, and a logic control circuit receiving said contro ...


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Ingeborg J Hochmair, Erwin S Hochmair: System for enhancing auditory stimulation and the like. Orrin M Haugen, Thomas J Nikolai, November 2, 1982: US04357497 (152 worldwide citation)

A plurality of the carrier signals are modulated by signals in the audio frequency bands. The carrier signals are transmitted to a receiver having one or more independent channels for receiving and demodulating the transmitted signals. The detected signals are applied to electrodes on a prosthetic d ...


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Akio Inohara, Kiyoshi Sawae, Masashi Kawaguchi, Kinichi Isaka: Glass sealed thin-film electroluminescent display panel free of moisture and the fabrication method thereof. Sharp Kabushiki Kaisha, Birch Stewart Kolasch & Birch, November 2, 1982: US04357557 (122 worldwide citation)

A thin-film electroluminescent display panel is sealed by a pair of glass substrates for protection from the environment. A protective liquid is introduced between a counter glass substrate and a substrate for supporting the electroluminescent display unit. The protective liquid comprises silicone o ...


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William R Hunter: Fabrication of submicron semiconductor devices. Texas Instruments Incorporated, Thomas E Tyson, Richard L Donaldson, Melvin Sharp, November 2, 1982: US04356623 (121 worldwide citation)

A method for fabricating a semiconductor device of relatively small scale. A conductivity layer is deposited on a substrate of a polarity. Regions of opposite polarity are partially formed on either side of the conductor layer. Vertical layers are formed to partially cover the regions of opposite po ...


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Delbert L Uren, Forrest L Thompson: Apparatus for use in testing printed circuit process boards having means for positioning such boards in proper juxtaposition with electrical contacting assemblies. DIT MCO International Corporation, Schmidt Johnson Hovey & Williams, November 2, 1982: US04357575 (114 worldwide citation)

Improved testing fixture apparatus for use in accurately effecting temporary electrical connections with the test point zones of printed circuit boards or the like is provided in which the board to be tested is mounted upon a locator assembly that is shiftably receivable within the fixture and inclu ...


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Martin R Protell, Howard L Ward: Hygienic dental appliance. Lackenbach Siegel Marzullo Presta & Aronson, November 2, 1982: US04356585 (112 worldwide citation)

An improved dental appliance having an elongated handle portion including a tongue grooming region formed therein, a head portion having a plurality of discrete spaced bristle tufts extending therefrom in spaced relationship to each other, and wherein the head portion lies entirely below the longitu ...


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George A Greenberg: Interactive video production system. Combined Logic Company, Hubbell Cohen Stiefel & Gross, November 2, 1982: US04357624 (111 worldwide citation)

An improved interactive image processing system (200,300) is provided which is capable of simultaneous processing of at least two different digitized composite color images to provide a displayable resultant composite color image. Each of the digitized composite color images have separate digitized ...


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Nicholas P Van Brunt: Test system for LSI circuits resident on LSI chips. Control Data Corporation, William J McGinnis Jr, November 2, 1982: US04357703 (107 worldwide citation)

A test system performs dynamic testing of complex logic modules at full system clock rates and is resident on each LSI chip under test. The system logic is designed to be included on each LSI chip to reduce the time and computation required to detect and isolate faults in systems built from one or m ...