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Paul D Trokhan: Tissue paper. The Procter & Gamble Company, Monte D Witte, Fredrick H Braun, Richard C Witte, July 16, 1985: US04529480 (489 worldwide citation)

Soft, absorbent paper webs and processes for making them. In the process, an aqueous dispersion of the papermaking fibers is formed into an embryonic web on a first foraminous member such as a Fourdinier wire. This embryonic web is associated with a second foraminous member known as a deflection mem ...


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James E Leslie, Everett D Anderson: Ambulatory infusion pump having programmable parameters. Cardiac Pacemakers, Orrin M Haugen, Thomas J Nikolai, Douglas L Tschida, July 16, 1985: US04529401 (463 worldwide citation)

A portable infusion pump for controllably supplying a programmed volume of medicant to a patient. The apparatus generally comprises a small, portable container having a keyboard for programming the mode of operation and operating parameters, whereby a microprocessor controls the pump in the various ...


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David Chaum: Cryptographic identification, financial transaction, and credential device. Spensley Horn Jubas & Lubitz, July 16, 1985: US04529870 (451 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a cryptographic apparatus which may be "personalized" to its owner. The apparatus may be utilized by its owner to identify himself to an external computer system, to perform various financial transactions with an external system, and to provide various kinds of credentials to ...


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John A Dorr: Restaurant management information and control method and apparatus. Xecutek Corporation, Jim Zegeer, July 16, 1985: US04530067 (257 worldwide citation)

A method and the apparatus for management information and control for restaurants is disclosed. The apparatus includes a plurality of remote units carried by waiters. The remote units are provided with a keyboard, a display and a memory. The remote units may simply be radio frequency transmitters ca ...


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Thomas H Barrows: Process for preparing synthetic absorbable poly(esteramides). Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, James A Smith, Donald Sell, Lorraine R Sherman, July 16, 1985: US04529792 (182 worldwide citation)

A body absorbable polymeric material for implantation which is a condensation product of reacting a diamine with lactic or glycolic acid to form a diamidediol which is then reacted with a bischloroformate or a compound selected from the group consisting of dicarboxylic acids, methyl and ethyl esters ...


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Horst Ballmer, Erwin Wiedmann: Optical control circuit for electrochromic layers. Carl Zeiss Stiftung Heidenheim Brenz, Hopgood Calimafde Kalil Blaustein & Judlowe, July 16, 1985: US04529873 (159 worldwide citation)

In order to regulate the absorptance of an electrochromic layer, the absorptance of the layer is measured optically. The signal derived therefrom is compared with a guide value and fed to a controller which has a dead zone between two hysteresis regions (at switch points), and charges are fed to or ...


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Robert V Kenna: Acetabulum sizer and drill guide. Howmedica, Charles J Knuth, Peter C Richardson, Harold W Ordway, July 16, 1985: US04528980 (156 worldwide citation)

An acetabulum sizer and drill guide for use in implanting an acetabular cup prosthesis comprises a substantially hemispherical shell having an outside surface that generally conforms to the outside surface of the prosthesis to be fitted into a prepared acetabulum. Viewing ports in the shell enable v ...


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Horst Ballmer: Continuous charge control for electrochromic layers. Carl Zeiss Stiftung, Hopgood Calimafde Kalil Blaustein & Judlowe, July 16, 1985: US04529275 (145 worldwide citation)

A continuous change in color is provided in order to control the absorptance of an electrochromic layer. The quantities of charge to be fed and removed by two sources of constant current are measured with a forward/backward counter. For decoloring processes, smaller amounts of charge are removed fro ...


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Allan S MacKinnon, Donald J Willemsen, David T Hamilton: Automated guided vehicle system. Modular Automation, Martin LuKacher, July 16, 1985: US04530056 (142 worldwide citation)

An Automated Guided Vehicle System (AGVS) in which vehicles follow a guidepath defined by wires carrying electrical signals with selected routing between stations along the path. The vehicle has on-board a plurality of sensors operative independently or dependently of the wire for obtaining a plural ...


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Frank J Liotine, Joseph W Twardowski: Transmitter and receiver for controlling the coding in a transmitter and receiver. Chamberlain Manufacturing Corporation, Hill Van Santen Steadman & Simpson, July 16, 1985: US04529980 (136 worldwide citation)

Transmitters and receivers for controlling remote elements which use a synchronous serial transmission format and which allows changes in coding to be automatically made between the receiver and transmitter and wherein the code is stored in memories of the transmitter and receiver and wherein the re ...