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Heinrich Baumann, Gunther Schmidt: Micro-computer system for control and diagnosis of motor vehicle functions. Robert Bosch, Frishauf Holtz Goodman & Woodward, May 12, 1981: US04267569 (100 worldwide citation)

In order to permit diagnosis of operation and function parameters in a motor vehicle which is equipped with an electronic microprocessor control system without the necessity of providing in the diagnostic equipment substantial additional memory capability, the control system includes a sub-program f ...


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Roland Mandl, Heinrich Baumann: Sensor-drive and signal-processing method. Micro Epsilon Messtechnik & Co KG, Bell Seltzer Park & Gibson, December 19, 1995: US05477473 (17 worldwide citation)

A sensor-drive and signal-processing method, wherein the primary side of the sensor is supplied with a preferably oscillating input signal, and the output signal from the secondary side of the sensor is demodulated, if need be, filtered and amplified, is developed for realizing smaller structural de ...


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Heinrich Baumann: Coffee machine. Robert Krups & Co KG, McAulay Fisher Nissen Goldberg & Kiel, December 24, 1996: US05586485 (13 worldwide citation)

The coffee machine has a water reservoir located in a housing, a heating device having electric regulating devices, a beverage collecting vessel which can be placed on a housing base, and a coffee brewing housing which is arranged above the beverage collecting vessel. The coffee brewing housing whic ...


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Heinrich Baumann: Positioning sensor. Robert Bosch, Frishauf Holtz Goodman & Woodward, July 9, 1985: US04528471 (10 worldwide citation)

To provide association of a particular angular position of a gear, for example the starter gear of an internal combustion (IC) engine, with an inductive pick-up (10), at least one tooth (15) is made a marker tooth by relieving the end portion (15') over a portion (B1) of its width (B) for a predeter ...


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Frieder Heinrich Baumann, Ho Bun Chan, Dan T Fuchs, Howard Roy Stuart: Monolithic waveguide/MEMS switch. Lucent Technologies, December 12, 2006: US07149378 (9 worldwide citation)

A monolithic waveguide/MEMS switch is disclosed that has a waveguide portion and a MEMS mirror portion fabricated on a single substrate, such as a as a silicon-on-insulator wafer. The monolithic waveguide/MEMS switch adjusts the phase of an optical signal by varying the position of one or more movea ...


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Heinrich Baumann, Manfred Matuschek: Coffee maker. Robert Krups & Co KG, Darby & Darby, October 26, 1999: US05970849 (8 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a domestic coffee maker having in a housing (1) with a front face, a cold water tank and a filter (4) having an outflow orifice (7) situated above an infusion collection jug (8) resting on a base (9). The filter (4) is equipped with a shut-off valve (13) for the outflow orif ...


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Werner Nitschke, Alfred Schulz, Klaus Glockler, Heinrich Baumann, Peter Dilger, Wilfried Venzke: Apparatus for detecting malfunction in cyclically repetitive processes in an internal combustion engine. Robert Bosch, Frishauf Holtz Goodman & Woodward, April 24, 1984: US04444048 (7 worldwide citation)

Repetitive processes in internal combustion engines which are dependent upon the values of particular parameters are controlled either by a main computer or an auxiliary computer. Switching from the main to the auxiliary computer takes place if a sequence error detecting stage detects errors in the ...


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Frieder Heinrich Baumann, Mihaela Dinu, Howard Roy Stuart, James Albert Walker: Micromechanically active reconfigurable add-drop filters. Lucent Technologies, June 15, 2004: US06751377 (7 worldwide citation)

In accordance with the invention, a tunable, reconfigurable optical add-drop filter comprises a pair of optical waveguides optically coupled by a microring or microdisk resonator wherein the coupling distance between the resonator and at least one of the waveguides is micromechanically controllable. ...


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Reinhold Hoenicka, Josef Nagl, Tobias Schopf, Heinrich Baumann, Axel Seikowsky: Sensor in which the sensor element is part of the sensor housing. Micro Epsilon Messtechnik & Co KG, Alston & Bird, September 16, 2014: US08833160 (2 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a sensor, comprising a sensor element (1) that operates without contact, an electronic component (5), and a housing (2) having an electrical/electronic connection. The sensor element (1) is part of the housing (2) and is used to close and seal the housing (2) with respect to ...


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Frieder Heinrich Baumann, Ho Bun Chan, Dan T Fuchs, Howard Roy Stuart: Monolithic waveguide/MEMS switch. Lucent Technologies, December 26, 2006: US07155083 (2 worldwide citation)

A monolithic waveguide/MEMS switch is disclosed that has a waveguide portion and a MEMS mirror portion fabricated on a single substrate, such as a as a silicon-on-insulator wafer. The monolithic waveguide/MEMS switch adjusts the phase of an optical signal by varying the position of one or more movea ...