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John E Edfors: Multiple circuit chip mounting and cooling arrangement. Digital Equipment Corporation, Jones Tullar & Cooper P C, September 17, 1991: US05050039 (54 worldwide citation)

A circuit chip mounting arrangement for use in a multiple chip unit (MCU) of a computer is disclosed which provides high chip packing density to decrease signal path lengths and thereby increase operational frequency. Chip mounting assemblies are employed which include a centrally located metal heat ...


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Robert A Pendleton, John E Edfors, Leonard G Whitford, Walter J Conroy: Tilt base for a CRT display terminal. Honeywell Information Systems, Faith F Driscoll, Nicholas Prasinos, January 18, 1983: US04368867 (45 worldwide citation)

A tilt base assembly includes a base and pairs of elongated feet which attach to the bottom of a cathode ray tube (CRT) display terminal unit. The base includes a pair of trapezoidal shaped base members which attach to the ends of a horizontal plate. The elongated feet suspended from the bottom of t ...


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Robert J Albertine, John W Blomstedt, John E Edfors, Victor L Quattrini, Paul S Yoshida: Modular assembly for an electronic computer. Honeywell Information Systems, R T Reiling, Nicholas Prasinos, William F White, April 11, 1978: US04084250 (34 worldwide citation)

An electronic computer includes a plurality of printed circuit boards that are slideably mounted in spaced parallel planes within a housing. The housing contains an input/output bus arrangement which is substantially open in the middle. A power supply is detachably mounted to the housing in such a m ...


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John E Edfors: Apparatus for rough-splitting planks. Gerald J Cechony, October 3, 1995: US05454410 (1 worldwide citation)

A mechanical hand tool converts random-sized boards or planks into small, uniformly sized pieces suitable for use as kindling wood for stoves, fireplaces, and campfires. The device as a whole works on the principle of pincers or nippers, comprising two handles connected by means of a series of pivot ...