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Edward Belove, James A Culbert, R Patrick Johnson, David M Heath, Michael F Kraley, Deborah Mendez, Sangam Pant, Stephen Zagieboylo: Distributed, intermittently connected, object-oriented database and management system. AT&T Corporation, Cesari and McKenna, February 13, 1996: US05491820 (214 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is an object-oriented approach to storage and transmission of retrievable items in a client-server computer environment. Special processing modules manage retrieval and permanent storage, on client computers, of requested objects in a manner that minimizes unnecessary transmission and stor ...


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James A Culbert, Daniel M Seslar: Noise trap circuit. Hazeltine Corporation, E A Onders, October 3, 1989: US04872145 (4 worldwide citation)

A noise trap circuit particularly suitable for use in an electro-acoustic system, operates to suppress low level signals or noise while allowing a relatively large signal to pass unattenuated between input and output terminals of the circuit. Blocking elements between the input and output terminals ...


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James A Culbert, William H Dexter II, Warren J Dickie, Edward Guida, Anthony Longabard: Connecting apparatus for electro-acoustic devices. BAE Systems Aerospace, Edwards A Onders, William B Ritchie, October 30, 2001: US06310427 (3 worldwide citation)

Modified configurations for electrical connectors to ceramic transducers are designed to reduce failure rates due to fatigue during transducer operation. These modifications eliminate or reduce one or both of the problems causing the fatigue, tensile forces acting on electrical wires connected to ce ...


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James A Culbert: Current source preamplifier for hydrophone beamforming. Hazeltine, E A Onders, July 21, 1992: US05132940 (1 worldwide citation)

A preamplifier for beamforming hydrophone signals of a sonar array. The invention uses an amplifier that provides a current-source type of output for driving the beamforming network, thus avoiding the substantial signal loss inherent in using voltage-source amplification. To obtain the stability of ...