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Janine M Irwin, James M Seymour, Iris Y Chen, James M Davis, David C Sowell, Nailesh B Desai, Julia B Torbert: Method for routing calls based on predetermined assignments of callers geographic locations. BellSouth Corporation, Jones & Askew, July 2, 1996: US05533107 (141 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a method that enables a business with multiple locations within a LATA to use a single number for its service. All callers dial the same number to reach the subscriber's business, and a network routes the calls to the most appropriate subscriber location based on the geograp ...


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James M Davis: Fiberoptically illuminated appliances. William E Noonan, January 23, 2001: US06176824 (51 worldwide citation)

A fiberoptically illuminated appliance is disclosed. The appliance includes a light source and an elongate fiberoptic cable, which is operably engaged to the light source and which conducts light from the light source therethrough. A translucent appliance is operated in a conventional manner to perf ...


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James M Davis, James D Pruett: Multi-channel transcoder rate adapter having low delay and integral echo cancellation. DSC Celcore, Kenyon & Kenyon, November 10, 1998: US05835486 (39 worldwide citation)

A multi-channel transcoder with rate adapter converts the data rate of GSM and PSTN network data in a multi-channel network. A transcoder having echo-cancellation features uses the robust voice activity detection functions of the GSM transcoder functions to enhance the accuracy of echo-cancellation ...


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James M Davis: Bendable illuminating appliance. William E Noonan, October 16, 2001: US06304712 (27 worldwide citation)

A bendable medical, dental and surgical illuminating appliance is disclosed. The appliance includes a light-conducting rod, at least a portion of which is light projecting. The rod is flexible and comprises a self-sustaining shape. The rod also includes a light inlet that is operably engaged with th ...


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James M Davis: Illuminated dental suction appliance. William E Noonan, August 3, 1999: US05931670 (23 worldwide citation)

An illuminated dental suction appliance is disclosed. The appliance includes a suction component having a tubular member and a light projecting tip. The light projecting tip is formed at one end of the tubular member and also at least partially defines an inlet for the tubular member. The opposite e ...


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Greg A Whyatt, James M Davis: Fluid processing device and method. Battelle Memorial Institute, Klarquist Sparkman, February 7, 2006: US06994829 (19 worldwide citation)

A fluid processing unit having first and second interleaved flow paths in a cross flow configuration is disclosed. The first flow paths are substantially longer than the second flow paths such that the pressure drop in the second flow paths can be maintained at a relatively low level and temperature ...


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James M Davis: Heat attenuating spacer device for an endoscope. William E Noonan, May 30, 2000: US06068592 (8 worldwide citation)

A heat attenuating spacer device interconnects an endoscope to a first end of a fiberoptic conductor. The opposite end of the conductor is operably engaged with a fiberoptic light source. The endoscope has an entry port for introducing light into the endoscope, which entry port is communicably engag ...


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James M Davis: Fiberoptic cable apparatus with adjustable filter. Willam E Noonan, September 5, 2000: US06113281 (7 worldwide citation)

A color adjustable light conducting apparatus is disclosed for use in combination with a standard fiberoptic illuminator having a light output port. The apparatus includes an elongate, light transmitting fiberoptic cable or other type of conductor. A fitting and a color adjuster is carried by a dist ...


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James M Davis: Load mitigation system for a multi-dimensional transducer array. E Systems, Harold E Meier, August 24, 1993: US05238208 (6 worldwide citation)

A streamlined housing for supporting a multi-dimensional electromagnetic transducer array is attached to an aircraft fuselage via a pivot support. The streamlined housing is supported by the pivot support in a torsionally unrestrained manner allowing a plane containing the longitudinal axis and pivo ...


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James M Davis: Passive aerodynamic load mitigation system. E Systems, Albert M Crowder Jr, February 14, 1989: US04804154 (5 worldwide citation)

A passive load mitigation system for supporting transducers on a body moving through a fluid stream is described. According to the invention, a streamlined aerodynamic surface for supporting the transducers is attached to the body via a pivot axis. The axis supports the surface in a torsionally unre ...



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