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Paul H Peckham, Brian Smith, James R Buckett, Geoffrey B Thrope, Jorge E Letechipia: Functional neuromuscular stimulation system. Case Western Reserve University, Fay Sharpe Beall Fagan Minnich & McKee, December 1, 1992: US05167229 (157 worldwide citation)

An input command controller (A) provides logic function selection signals and proportional signals. The signals are generated by movement of a ball member (12) and socket member (14) relative to two orthogonal axes. When the joystick is implanted, a transmitter (50) transmits the signals to a patien ...


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Paul Hunter Peckham, Brian Smith, James Robert Buckett, Geoffrey Bart Thrope, Jorge Ernesto Letechipia: Functional neuromuscular stimulation system. Case Western Reserve University, Ryan Kromholz & Manion S C, December 19, 2000: US06163725 (100 worldwide citation)

An input command controller (A) provides logic function selection signals and proportional signals. The signals are generated by movement of a ball member (12) and socket member (14) relative to two orthogonal axes. When the joystick is implanted, a transmitter (50) transmits the signals to a patien ...


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Paul Hunter Peckham, Brian Smith, James Robert Buckett, Geoffrey Bart Thrope, Jorge Ernesto Letechipia: Functional neuromuscular stimulation system. Case Western Reserve University, Fay Sharp Beall Fagan Minnich & McKee, July 7, 1998: US05776171 (97 worldwide citation)

An input command controller (A) provides logic function selection signals and proportional signals. The signals are generated by movement of a ball member (12) and socket member (14) relative to two orthogonal axes. When the joystick is implanted, a transmitter (50) transmits the signals to a patien ...


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Kevin L Kilgore, Paul Hunter Peckham, Timothy J Crish, Brian Smith: Implantable networked neural system. Case Western Reserve University, Renner Otto Boisselle & Sklar, August 21, 2007: US07260436 (96 worldwide citation)

A neural prosthesis includes a centralized device that can provide power, data, and clock signals to one or more individual neural prosthesis subsystems. Each subsystem may include a number of individually addressable, programmable modules that can be dynamically allocated or shared among neural pro ...


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Paul Hunter Peckham, Brian Smith, James Robert Buckett, Geoffrey Bart Thrope, Jorge Ernesto Letechipia: Functional neuromuscular stimulation system with shielded percutaneous interface. Case Western Reserve University, Daniel J Hudak, Hudak & Shunk Co A, February 15, 2000: US06026328 (87 worldwide citation)

An input command controller provides logic function selection signals and proportional signals. The signals are generated by movement of a ball member and socket member relative to two orthogonal axes. When the joystick is implanted a transmitter transmits the signals to a patient carried unit. The ...


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Paul Hunter Peckham, Brian Smith, James Robert Buckett, Geoffrey Bart Thrope, Jorge Ernesto Letechipia: Functional neuromuscular stimulation system. Case Western Reserve University, Hudak & Shunk Co A, September 21, 1999: US05954758 (83 worldwide citation)

An input command controller (A) provides logic function selection signals and proportional signals. The signals are generated by movement of a ball member (12) and socket member (14) relative to two orthogonal axes. When the joystick is implanted, a transmitter (50) transmits the signals to a patien ...


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Robert James Heideman, Jason Winton Thomas Scott, Christopher Brian Smith, Thomas Michael Thessin, Brahmanpalli Narasimhamurthy Ranganathan, Donald Frederic Bishofberger: Friction stir welding tool. Tower Automotive, Craig J Lervick, Daniel G Chapik, Oppenheimer Wolff & Donnelly, April 25, 2000: US06053391 (71 worldwide citation)

A stir weld tool of the present invention is used to weld two pieces of metal together through frictional heating, plasticizing, mixing, and forging of the plasticized metal into a uniform weldment. The stir weld is accomplished by rotating the stir weld tool with a pin having at least one boss on i ...


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Paul Hunter Peckham, Brian Smith, James Robert Buckett, Geoffrey Bart Thrope, Jorge Ernesto Letechipia: Functional neuromusclar stimulation system. Case Western Reserve University, Fay Sharpe Beall Fagan Minnich & McKee, June 23, 1998: US05769875 (53 worldwide citation)

An input command controller (A) provides logic function selection signals and proportional signals. The signals are generated by movement of a ball member (12) and socket member (14) relative to two orthogonal axes. When the joystick is implanted, a transmitter (50) transmits the signals to a patien ...


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Rochelle B Roth, Brian Smith, William Brazis, Roger H Ramsey: Massage device. Midtown Technology, Hahn Loeser & Parks, May 16, 2006: US07044924 (52 worldwide citation)

A massage device for massaging a body part of a person in an unsupervised and unattended setting. The massage device includes a garment, shaped to provide a snug fit and having a plurality of bladders arranged along the garment to massage the body part. An inflation assembly supplies fluid pressure ...


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Craig Cantrell, Marc Willebeek LeMair, Dennis Cox, Donovan Kolbly, Brian Smith: Multi-level packet screening with dynamically selected filtering criteria. TippingPoint Technologies, Jenkens & Gilchrist PC, January 3, 2006: US06983323 (46 worldwide citation)

A packet filtering operation implements a hierarchical technique. Received packet traffic is first filtered with a first filtering criteria. This first filtering action generates a first pass traffic portion and a fail traffic portion from the received packet traffic. The fail traffic portion is the ...



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