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Heinz Lindenmeier, Georg Lohr, Karl Fastenmeier, Gerhard Flachenecker deceased: High-frequency surgical generator for cutting tissue. Karl Storz & Co, Donald D Mon, May 12, 1998: US05749869 (244 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to high-frequency generator for cutting tissue having adjustment devices, with which at least one of the momentary electric output values, such as e.g., current, voltage, power or electric arc can be set.


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Heinz Lindenmeier, Georg Lohr, Karl Fastenmeier, Gerhard Flachenecker deceased, Hildegard Flachenecker legal representative: High frequency-surgical generator for adjusted cutting and coagulation. Karl Storz & Co, Donald D Mon, David O Reilly, December 8, 1998: US05846236 (117 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a high-frequency surgical generator (1) for adjusted cutting and coagluation having adjustment devices for setting the momentary electric output values, such as, e.g., current, voltage and power and having a device for direct and/or indirect determination of the stat ...


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Heinz Lindenmeier, Georg Lohr, Karl Fastenmeier, Gerhard Flachenecker deceased: System for cutting biological tissue. Karl Storz & Co, Donald D Mon, David O Reilly, February 9, 1999: US05868739 (106 worldwide citation)

A system for controlling the operation of a high frequency biological tissue cutting device for cutting biological tissue with high-frequency current having a HF generator component designed so that the amplitude of the voltage (UG) applied to the tissue can be changed. At least one adjustment devic ...


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Heinz Lindenmeier, Georg Lohr, Karl Fastenmeier, Gerhard Flachenecker deceased: High-frequency surgical generator for adjusted cutting and coagulation. Karl Storz & Co, Donald D Mon, David O Reilly, February 8, 2000: US06022347 (105 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a high-frequency surgical generator (1) for adjusted cutting and coagluation having adjustment devices for setting the momentary electric output values, such as, e.g., current, voltage and power and having a device for direct and/or indirect determination of the stat ...


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Heinz Lindenmeier, Gerhard Flachenecker deceased, Jochen Hopf, Leopold Reiter: Pane antenna having at least one wire-like antenna conductor combined with a set of heating wires. Hans Kolbe & Co Nachrichtenubertragungstechnik, Michael J Striker, March 17, 1992: US05097270 (31 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a pane antenna installed in a heated window pane of a motor vehicle to receive frequencies above the high frequency range. The antenna includes at least one wire-shaped first antenna conductor extending across parallel heating conductors of a heating field. The crossing points of the fi ...


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Heinz Lindenmeier, Gerhard Flachenecker deceased: Pane antenna system having four terminal networks. Hans Kolbe & Co Nachrichtenubertragungstechnik, Michael J Striker, September 17, 1991: US05049892 (25 worldwide citation)

The pane antenna system has a plurality of antennas arranged on a non-conductive sheet installed in a metal body of a motor vehicle. Each antenna includes antenna conductors secured on the non-conductive sheet and connected to an input terminal of an assigned four-terminal network. The four-terminal ...


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Heinz Lindenmeier, Gerhard Flachenecker deceased, Jochen Hopf, Leopold Reiter: Pane antenna having an amplifier. Hans Kolbe & Co Nachrichtenubertragungstechnik, Michael J Striker, August 11, 1992: US05138330 (22 worldwide citation)

An active window pane antenna for use in motor vehicles includes an antenna conductor arranged on the window pane and being connected via a conductor of negligible length to an input terminal of an active four terminal network also arranged on the pane. The output terminals of the network are connec ...


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Heinz Lindenmeier, Gerhard Flachenecker deceased, Jochen Hopf, Leopold Reiter: Pane antenna having at least one wire-like antenna conductor combined with a set of heating wires. Fuba Automotive, Michael J Striker, September 1, 1998: US05801663 (21 worldwide citation)

The pane antenna for a very high or ultra-high frequency range includes heating conductors arranged on a window pane between two transverse busbars; at least one wire-shaped conductor forming a first antenna conductor crossing at right angles to at least one heating conductor and coupled by galvanic ...


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Heinz Lindenmeier, Gerhard Flachenecker deceased, Jochen Hopf, Leopold Reiter: Pane antenna having at least one wire-like antenna conductor combined with a set of heating wires. FUBA Hans Kolbe Co, Michael J Striker, November 30, 1993: US05266960 (21 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a pane antenna installed in a heated window pane of a motor vehicle to receive frequencies above the high frequency range. The antenna includes at least one wire-shaped first antenna conductor extending across parallel heating conductors of a heating field. The crossing points of the fi ...


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Heinz Lindenmeier, Gerhard Flachenecker deceased, Jochen Hopf, Leopold Reiter: Pane antenna having an amplifier. Hans Kolbe & Co Nachrichtenubertragungstechnik, Michael J Striker, February 22, 1994: US05289197 (14 worldwide citation)

An active reception antenna arranged on a non-conductive flat supporting piece (1, 2) set in a conductive body (2) of a motor vehicle, has an active four terminal network (5) having two input terminals (6a, 6b) and two output terminals (7a, 7b), an elongated antenna conductor (3a) secured on the sup ...