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David Fraser, Brian Doyle: Method of creating shielded structures to protect semiconductor devices. February 24, 2004: US06696369 (16 worldwide citation)

An apparatus on a wafer, including; a first metal layer of a wall, a second metal layer of the wall, a third metal layer of the wall including; one or more base frames, a fourth metal layer of the wall including; one or more vertical frame pairs each on top of the one or more base frames and having ...


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George David Fraser: Method and apparatus for measuring a liquid level using a liquid level gauge having reed switches to determine the position of a magnetic float. Anthony R Lambert, November 3, 1998: US05829303 (12 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for measuring a liquid level using a liquid level gauge having reed switches to determine the position of a magnetic float. Firstly, providing an elongate float having an axial bore defining a longitudinal axis. The float has a plurality of magnets axially spaced along the lon ...


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Wixey David Fraser, Makinson Ian Douglas: Breathing assistance apparatus. Fisher & Paykel Healthcare, Wixey David Fraser, Makinson Ian Douglas, ADAMS Matthew D, May 27, 2004: WO/2004/043528 (11 worldwide citation)

The present invention may include an integral, separable or separate humidifier (100) which may be selectively configured to an inoperative or operative state. The switch over is dependent on the user or the seller having access to an actuation tool to activate the humidifier. The Continuous Positiv ...


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Levy David Fraser: Digital video signal processing methods and apparatus.. Sony, August 24, 1988: EP0279549-A2 (10 worldwide citation)

A method of and apparatus for processing a digital video signal to effect cut editing is disclosed. The method comprises storing a segment of an input digital video signal in a random access memory (1), the digital video signal being written in the memory (1) at a standard speed, writing proceeding ...


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David Fraser, Brian Doyle: Shielded structures to protect semiconductor devices. Intel Corporation, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, July 20, 2010: US07759774 (9 worldwide citation)

An apparatus on a wafer, comprising; a first metal layer of a wall, a second metal layer of the wall, a third metal layer of the wall comprising; one or more base frames, a fourth metal layer of the wall comprising; one or more vertical frame pairs each on top of the one or more base frames and havi ...


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Michael Gratzel, David Fraser, Mohammed Zakeeruddin Shaik, Jan Randin Jean Paulfrenkel Er: Sensor for measuring the quantity of a component in solution. Asulab, December 18, 1992: FR2677766-A1 (9 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a sensor for measuring the quantity of a component in solution. The object of the invention is to improve existing amperometric sensors. This object is achieved using a sensor fitted with a measuring electrode (20) comprising at least one current collector (37), elec ...


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Clark Eugene Harris, Mark David Fraser: Film cartridge with film-exposed visual indicator. Eastman Kodak Company, Roger A Fields, February 3, 1998: US05715494 (8 worldwide citation)

A film cartridge comprising a rotatable film spool, an indicator window, an annular indicator wheel rotatable behind the indicator window to move a film-exposed indication on the indicator wheel to the indicator window, and an annular drive wheel rotatably coupled with the film spool for rotating th ...


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Tickle Colin John Fredrick, Russell David Fraser, Adamson John: Improvements relating to disc brakes.. Lucas, October 28, 1987: EP0243114-A1 (8 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a disc brake having a lever-type caliper, suitable for use on railway vehicles. In such lever-type calipers each brake pad (11) is supported on one end region (9) of a pivotally mounted lever (1, 3), the other end region (15) of each lever being connected to an actua ...


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Ogg Randy, Smith David Russell, Park David Fraser: Bi-polar rechargeable electrochemical battery. Ogg Randy, Smith David Russell, Park David Fraser, INGERMAN Jeffrey H, November 9, 2006: WO/2006/119289 (8 worldwide citation)

A bi-polar battery has a positive electrode unit, a negative electrode unit, at least one bi-polar electrode unit stacked therebetween, an electrolyte layer separating each adjacent electrode unit, and a gasket positioned about each electrolyte layer for creating a seal about the electrolyte layer i ...