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Frank W Anders, Joseph C Herring, Douglas A White: LIMIS systems, devices and methods. Intelli Tech Corporation, Joseph C Herring, April 7, 1987: US04656463 (421 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to LIMIS systems, devices and methods. Specifically, it relates to the attachment of passive transceivers which can be altered or coded, erased and recoded to various items as "tags", and the use of active transceivers of various types for Location, Identification, measurement ...


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Frank W Anders, Joseph C Herring, Douglas A White: Manufacturing monitoring and control systems. Intelli Tech Corporation, Joseph C Herring, May 2, 1989: US04827395 (278 worldwide citation)

A system for controlling manufacturing systems having workstations and tools using a Limis system to operate the controllers for the tools. Limis systems use an active transceiver (AT) and one or more passive transceivers (PT). The PT's are attached to the moving parts of the tools, the raw material ...


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Joseph R Fox, Douglas A White: High surface area ceramics prepared from organosilane gels. The Standard Oil Company, J G Curatolo, L W Evans, April 4, 1989: US04818732 (39 worldwide citation)

High surface area open microporous, partially crystalline, partially amorphous, solid ceramic materials containing silicon carbide with or without silica with or without carbon may be prepared by controlled pyrolysis of (RSiO.sub.1.5).sub.n gels in an inert atmosphere. The silica and carbon content, ...


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Joseph R Fox, Douglas A White: VLS Fiber growth process. The Standard Oil Company, Larry W Evans, Joseph G Curatolo, March 27, 1990: US04911781 (31 worldwide citation)

A method for preparing substrates for VLS fiber producing reactions and a method for preparing SiC fibers by the VLS process. The first method includes the steps of forming an alcohol sol containing a fiber growth promoter material precursor, applying the sol to at least one surface of the substrate ...


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Cindy J Viola, Jheroen P Dorenbosch, Douglas A White: Method for packet data protocol context activation. Motorola, Frank J Bogacz, May 30, 2006: US07054323 (9 worldwide citation)

A network requested PDP context activation (57) allows push applications (45) to unsolicited transmit push data to a mobile station (10). A gateway (30), GGSN (Gateway GPRS Support Node), typically initiates the network requested PDP context activation (57).


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Cindy J Viola, Thomas Peter Emmons Jr, Douglas A White: Dynamic Internet protocol address management method. Motorola, Frank J Bogacz, Kevin D Wills, November 1, 2005: US06961322 (6 worldwide citation)

A method manages an internet protocol address and time of validity. The method obtains (52) the IP address and validity time period for a mobile station (10). The IP address and validity time period are transmitted (53) to the mobile station (10). Prior to expiration of the validity time period the ...


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Cindy J Viola, Jheroen P Dorenbosch, Douglas A White: Method for packet data protocol context activation. Motorola, Corporate Law Department 56 238, September 18, 2003: US20030174679-A1

A network requested PDP context activation (57) allows push applications (45) to unsolicited transmit push data to a mobile station (10). A gateway (30), GGSN (Gateway GPRS Support Node), typically initiates the network requested PDP context activation (57).


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Brian A Hansche, Cindy J Viola, Douglas A White: Presence watcher proxy. Motorola, Corporate Law Department 56 238, February 27, 2003: US20030041101-A1

A presence proxy (40) maintains presence information concerning a number of mobile units (80, 85) user agents (72, 74, 76, 78) and retains the presence information should the requesting user agent (10) be unavailable. Further, presence proxy 40 provides lists of user agents about which a particular ...


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Cindy J Viola, Thomas Peter Emmons, Douglas A White: Dynamic internet protocol address management method. Motorola, Corporate Law Department 56 238, March 27, 2003: US20030058813-A1

A method manages an internet protocol address and time of validity. The method obtains (52) the IP address and validity time period for a mobile station (10). The IP address and validity time period are transmitted (53) to the mobile station (10). Prior to expiration of the validity time period the ...


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H William Bosch, Donna M Marcera, Kevin D Ostrander, Niels P Ryde, Douglas A White: Sterile filtered nanoparticulate formulations of budesonide and beclomethasone having tyloxapol as a surface stabilizer. Michele M Simkin, Foley & Lardner, July 10, 2003: US20030129242-A1

The invention relates to sterile filtered nanoparticulate compositions of beclomethasone and/or budesonide having as a surface stabilizer tyloxapol and, optionally, one or more secondary surface stabilizers adsorbed onto the surfaces thereof. The nanoparticulate compositions have an optimal effectiv ...