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Klicek Michael S, Paterson William G: Electrosurgical processor and method of use. Valleylab, February 7, 1996: EP0695144-A1 (338 worldwide citation)

A circuit, for monitoring and controlling parameters of an electrosurgical unit (10), ESU, relative to load and the RF energy, has a load responsive output sensing circuit (11) that measures the ESU load. A signal modifier (12) attached to the sensing circuit (11) enhances the signals measured and t ...


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Arney Susanne C, Walker James Albert, Goossen Keith Wayne: Direct view display based on a micromechanical modulator. At & T, February 7, 1996: EP0695959-A1 (153 worldwide citation)

A direct-view display comprising an array of micro-mechanical modulators is disclosed. The modulator used to form the display comprises a suspended, vertically moving membrane (15) and a substrate (10). The device functions based on optical interference effects between the membrane (15) and the subs ...


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Sinclair Alan Welsh: Flash-memory management system. Memory, February 7, 1996: GB2291990-A (127 worldwide citation)

A method of maintaining a mapping between a logical sector address and a corresponding physical address using a data storage block for each logical sector address value, and a plurality of spare data storage blocks. Each data storage block comprises: a direct address field 14 and an indirect address ...


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Misra Pradyumna K, Miller Arnold S, Ward Richard B: Logon certificates. Microsoft, February 7, 1996: EP0695985-A1 (105 worldwide citation)

Logon certificates are provided to support disconnected operation within the distributed system. Each logon certificate is a secure package holding credentials information sufficient to establish the identity and rights and privileges for a user/machine in a domain that is not their home domain. Whe ...


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Eckert Lee H, Watt Julian, Kubicko Robert, Carbone Richard: Flashlight. Black & Decker, February 7, 1996: EP0695907-A1 (84 worldwide citation)

A flexible hand-held flashlight (10) having a flexible support assembly (16) includes a pair of conductive wires (54,56) which electrically connect a source of power to a power using implement (92). The flexible support assembly (16) surrounds the pair of conductive wires (54,56) and includes a plur ...


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Sinclair Alan Welsh: Disk drive emulation with a block-erasable memory. Memory, February 7, 1996: GB2291991-A (78 worldwide citation)

A solid state memory for emulating a disk drive comprises means for translating a logical sector address to a main memory address and a main memory composed of non-volatile memory cells erasable in blocks. A write pointer is used to point to an unwritten location in main memory, and an erase pointer ...


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Maruko Takahashi, Kakiuchi Shinichi, Hayashi Junji: Wound golf ball. Bridgestone Sports, February 7, 1996: GB2291812-A (74 worldwide citation)

In a wound golf ball comprising a solid center (1), thread rubber (2), and a cover (3), the cover has a multilayer structure including an outer layer (4) and an inner layer (5) having a higher hardness than the outer layer. The outer layer (4) is 0.4 - 3.0 mm thick. The ball affords improved spin an ...


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Maruko Takashi, Kakiuchi Shinichi, Hayashi Junji: Wound golf ball. Bridgestone Sports, February 7, 1996: GB2291811-A (61 worldwide citation)

In a wound golf ball comprising a liquid center (1), thread rubber (2), and a cover (3), the cover has a multilayer structure including an outer layer (4) and an inner layer (5) having a higher hardness than the outer layer. The outer layer (4) is 0.4 - 3.0 mm thick. The ball affords improved spin a ...


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Vaitekunas Jeffrey J, Cosentino Louis F, Van Zandt Richard: Ultrasonic haemostatic and cutting instrument. Ethicon Endo Surgery, February 7, 1996: EP0695535-A1 (59 worldwide citation)

A therapeutic ultrasonic instrument is provided for hemostatic cutting and/or cauterizing of tissue. A preferred embodiment provides an end effector which grasps tissue while a cutting element energized by ultrasonic energy is passed through the tissue to cut and cauterize the tissue while it is bei ...


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Nakamura Yoshikazu: Golf swing training device. Nakamura Yoshikazu, February 7, 1996: EP0695565-A1 (51 worldwide citation)

The golf swing training device (10) comprises arm angle detecting means (8) which includes a support member (26) mounted on a golfer's (18) arm for movement therewith as the golfer (18) makes a swing, a direction indicator (28) mounted on the support member (26) and for indicating a direction in a p ...