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Robert B Sautter, Charles H Braun: User data protocol for internet data communications. ITT Manufacturing Enterprises, May 15, 2001: US06233248 (58 worldwide citation)

An improved user data protocol is well suited for both Internet radio and packeting switching networks and provides built in addressing and transport control capabilities. Basically, the user protocol consists of layers


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Robert B Sautter, Charles H Braun: User data protocol for internet data communications. ITT Manufacturing Enterprises, Edell Shapiro Finnan, April 18, 2006: US07031309 (25 worldwide citation)

An improved user data protocol involves a multi-addressing capability that allows a user at a source node to address a single message to many users at respective destination nodes within a communication network. The multi-address messages that are provided to the network are inserted once at the sou ...


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Robert M Peffer, Charles H Braun: Method and apparatus for locating a moving sheet at a registration position. Eastman Kodak Company, Lawrence P Kessler, July 22, 1980: US04213603 (11 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for locating sheets moving in a path at a registration position in the path. The sheets, moving seriatim in a path established by a guide and a platen of a reproduction apparatus, are pinched against the platen to decelerate the sheets as they approach the registration positio ...


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Charles H Braun: Communication interface system for half duplex digital radios. ITT Manufacturing Enterprises, Saul Elbaum, August 29, 2000: US06111860 (8 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a voice/data protocol for use with half duplex digital radios. The protocol modifies the X.21 HDLC protocol which is widely employed in the transmission of data for digital radios. The X.21 protocol utilizes a control "C" and an indicate "I" signal. In the steady state in conventi ...


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Robert M Peffer, Charles H Braun: Friction drive force measurement fixture. Eastman Kodak Company, Lawrence P Kessler, October 13, 1981: US04294104

A fixture for measuring the drive forces of a friction drive apparatus. The fixture comprises a first member having a first surface adapted to be located in juxtaposition with the friction drive apparatus. A reaction member is movably supported on the first member such that when the first member is ...