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Brian D Key, James Smith, Shaun C Kerigan: Keyboard method and apparatus for accented characters. International Business Machines Corporation, Edward H Duffield, May 20, 1980: US04204089 (94 worldwide citation)

Keyboard apparatus is described in which a keyboard having dead-keys to enable accented characters to be entered is claimed. A storage means, preferably of read only type, is divided into a number of sections; each section contains character codes representing accented or non-accented characters ass ...


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John D Hartley, Mark Germain, Brian D Key, Ray Jepson, Victor G Golding, Steven Cook, Paul D Maddison: Apparatus for connecting data processing equipment to a communication network. IBM Corporation, Edward H Duffield, September 19, 1989: US04868863 (36 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for connecting data processing equipment to a communications network includes hardware for a range of different communications standards. Also included is a coupler (preferably in the form of a cable) having a particular standard communications plug which contains an identifying code assoc ...


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Shaun C Kerigan, Brian D Key, James Smith: Data entry apparatus for entering tabular data row by row and column by column. International Business Machines Corporation, James H Barksdale Jr, June 8, 1982: US04334286 (11 worldwide citation)

A keyboard/display apparatus enters tabular data in two different modes. For the entry of tabular data in a row by row mode, a tab key on the keyboard is depressed for causing tabbing to a next set tab on the same line. For the entry of tabular data in a column by column mode, a coded tab is keyed f ...