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James W Williams: Battery charger with three different charging rates. General Electric Company, Nixon & Vanderhye, June 2, 1987: US04670703 (136 worldwide citation)

A circuit for safely and rapidly charging batteries, with the charging occurring at three different rates. A first rate is used to bring a battery up to a level where it is determined to be safe for rapid rate charging. At this charge level the temperature of the battery may also be checked to be su ...


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John C Berti, James W Williams: Arrangement and method for establishing radio communication in a system. General Electric Company, Cushman Darby & Cushman, October 11, 1983: US04409687 (56 worldwide citation)

Communication between a first radio transmitter and receiver and a second radio transmitter and receiver is provided by a system repeater. An arrangement for each radio transmitter and receiver in the system establishes communication on a radio frequency channel selected from a plurality of such cha ...


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William A Bowen, James W Williams: Repeater trunking system. General Electric Company, Cushman Darby & Cushman, November 23, 1982: US04360927 (53 worldwide citation)

Arrangement for establishing communication between a first mobile radio station and a second mobile radio station through a repeater over a radio frequency channel selected from a plurality of such channels. In an idle mode, a mobile station searches the channels for a predetermined group signal ide ...


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James W Williams: Arrangement for cellular operation of a repeater trunking system. General Electric Company, Cushman Darby & Cushman, August 31, 1982: US04347625 (50 worldwide citation)

An arrangement for the cellular operation of a repeater trunking system. In a repeater trunking system including a plurality of mobile stations communicating over a predetermined number of communication channels, each associated with a repeater, an arrangement for inhibiting attempted communication ...


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Dennis A Boehmer, James W Williams: Fuel filler pipe seal. Vernay Laboratories, Biebel French & Nauman, May 15, 1990: US04924923 (36 worldwide citation)

A combination seal and check valve to be mounted in a filler pipe of a fuel tank to minimize the escape of vapor from the tank when its cap is removed, typically during refueling, comprises an annular body of elastomeric material which includes an internal annular lip for sealing around the outer su ...


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James W Williams 3rd: Spring clip for perforated board tool holders. Synnestvedt & Lechner, November 24, 1992: US05165640 (21 worldwide citation)

A clip for securing pegboard toolholders in place on a pegboard comprises a length of spring wire preformed at one end into a helical coil having a plurality of wire turns and a diameter slightly larger than that of a toolholder to permit sliding passage of the clip thereover. The spring wire is pre ...


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James W Williams III: Tank transport pressure relief valve assembly. Howson and Howson, January 5, 1999: US05855225 (14 worldwide citation)

A pressure relief valve for releasing fluid through a vent in a railway tank car, tank trucks and similar vessels. A valve disk is normally biased in a closed position by a plurality of constant-force springs of laminated steel tapes on drums supported on upright angle brackets symmetrically arrange ...


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Robert S Saltzman, James W Williams: Method and apparatus for photometrically monitoring the concentrations of both chlorine and chlorine dioxide. E I Du Pont de Nemours and Company, January 19, 1982: US04311485 (12 worldwide citation)

A method and an apparatus for photometrically analyzing a stream under test containing both chlorine and chlorine dioxide is characterized by heating a portion of the stream to decompose any chlorine dioxide therein into elemental chlorine. This heated portion of the stream is photometrically analyz ...


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James W Williams 3rd, John S Fetterolf: Line blind. Fetterolf Corporation, Eugene Chovanes, Edward L Jackson, August 10, 1982: US04343332 (11 worldwide citation)

A line blind includes seal rings on either side of a spectacle plate interposed in a pipe, and a special camming arrangement including two cooperating sets of longitudinally directed sloping teeth circularly arranged which operate on slight rotational movement of one, while the other is held station ...


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James W Williams: Control circuit for a radio repeater. General Electric Company, James J Williams, April 17, 1979: US04150334 (8 worldwide citation)

Some radio repeaters receive a voice signal on a first frequency and an information tone signal on a second frequency, and transmit both the voice and tone signals on a third frequency. A circuit is provided to sense the presence of the tone signal and to filter that frequency from the voice signal ...