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Alan Huang, Scott C Knauer, Jay H O Neill, Charles W Rutledge, Sheng L Lin, Maurice N Ransom, Ronald A Spanke: Packet switching network. American Telephone and Telegraph Company, AT&T Bell Laboratories, Henry T Brendzel, January 2, 1990: US04891803 (24 worldwide citation)

A packet switching network that accommodates the appearance of multiple occurrences of packets addressed to the same destination are accommodated. The network includes a recirculating delay block within the switch, and an expander that includes a modest number of multiple appearances of the same add ...


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Robert T Menzies, Charles W Rutledge: Digital control of diode laser for atmospheric spectroscopy. The United States of America represented by the Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Paul F McCaul, John R Manning, Thomas H Jones, April 2, 1985: US04509130 (20 worldwide citation)

A system for remote absorption spectroscopy of trace species using a diode laser (14) tunable over a useful spectral region of 50 to 200 cm.sup.-1 by control of diode laser temperature over range from 15.degree. K. to 100.degree. K., and tunable over a smaller region of typically 0.1 to 10 cm.sup.-1 ...


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Charles W Rutledge: Vector DPCM image coding method and apparatus. American Telephone and Telegraph Company AT&T Bell Laboratories, Jerry W Herndon, March 7, 1989: US04811112 (18 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for encoding a graphics image by treating the image as plurality of cells. Each cell comprises a plurality of pixels. The states of the pixels of a cell are predicted using pixel states of priorly processed adjacent cells. A differential cell containing differential pixel stat ...


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Phillip A Harris, Charles W Rutledge: Electronic switch activated by current flow through the human body. Edwin A Oser, January 24, 1978: US04069659 (11 worldwide citation)

An electronic circuit having two states, at least one of which is stable and which permits information to pass from one terminal to the other. The circuit can be activated by the flow of a minute electric current through the human body. The circuit is particularly suitable for any hand-held instrume ...