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John G Campbell, Carl F Schoeneberger, Allan B Bundens, Richard M Fogle, John R Lemburg: Addressable cable television control system with video format data transmission. Tocom, Hubbard Thurman Turner & Tucker, August 20, 1985: US04536791 (433 worldwide citation)

An addressable cable television control system controls television program and data signal transmission from a central station to a plurality of user stations. The data signals include both control and text signals in video line format which are inserted on the vertical interval of the television si ...


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John G Campbell, Carl F Schoeneberger, Allan B Bundens, Richard M Fogle, John R Lemburg: Addressable cable television control system with video format data transmission. General Instrument Corporation, Hopgood Calimafde Kalil Blaustein & Judlowe, August 29, 1989: US04862268 (338 worldwide citation)

An addressable cable television control-system controls television program and data signal transmission from a central station to a plurality of user stations. The data signals include both control and text signals in video line format which are inserted on the vertical interval of the television si ...


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John G Campbell, Carl F Schoeneberger: Remote hub television and security systems. Tocum Incorporated, Hopgood Calimafde Kalil Blaustein & Judlowe, March 4, 1986: US04574305 (184 worldwide citation)

A data communications system provides for the transmission of television signals from a central station to a plurality of remote user stations and the transmission of security data from the user stations back to the central station. The downstream television signals and upstream security data are pr ...


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Brian E Belcher, John G Campbell: Remote unit for a two-way cable communications system. Giles C Clegg Jr, October 19, 1976: US03987397 (109 worldwide citation)

A two-way cable communications system includes a master station having a transmitter for transmitting television program and interrogation signals to a plurality of remote units or transceivers through a cable network and a receiver for receiving reply signals from individual ones of the remote unit ...


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Craig C Hansen, John G Campbell, Timothy B Robinson: Accessing system that reduces access times due to transmission delays and I/O access circuitry in a burst mode random access memory. MicroUnity Systems Engineering, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis, April 25, 1995: US05410670 (61 worldwide citation)

A large burst mode memory accessing system includes N discrete sub-memories and three main I/O ports. Data is stored in the sub-memories so that the sub-memories are accessed depending on their proximity to the main I/O ports. Three parallel pipelines provide a data path to/from the main I/O ports a ...


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John G Campbell, Ban P Wong: Controlled slew rate output buffer. MicroUnity Systems Engineering, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis, May 21, 1996: US05519338 (16 worldwide citation)

An output buffer that controls the slew rate of its output signal is disclosed. The buffer includes a pull-up and a pull-down bipolar transistor coupled at a common output node in series between VDD and VSS. The buffer also includes a first set of parallel MOS devices coupled between the common outp ...


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John G Campbell, Daniel W Ruttle: Safe propulsion system for missile divert thrusters and attitude control thrusters and method for use of same. Kaiser Marquardt, John J Posta Jr, July 9, 1996: US05533331 (14 worldwide citation)

A propulsion system for use with a missile or like aerial projectile is disclosed which is suitable for use to operate the divert thrusters and the attitude control thrusters of such a missile while using non-toxic propellants which are entirely non-reactive during storage, transportation, and handl ...


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John G Campbell: Bidet attachment. Timmons & Kelly, August 18, 1992: US05138726 (10 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a bidet attachment for mounting on a standard toilet. A nozzle is mounted on the underside of the toilet seat. Water is supplied to the nozzle through a conduit from a water supply pipe. The conduit is connected to the pipe with a T-tap having two halves. The two halves are bolted toget ...


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Ronald L Cline, John G Campbell: Gate having temperature-stabilized delay. Fairchild Camera & Instrument Corporation, Theodore S Park, Bruce D Riter, Robert C Colwell, March 17, 1987: US04651038 (9 worldwide citation)

A circuit technique for stabilizing the timing of signals at an output node of a gate, despite substantial variations in temperature. In a gate having a switching portion and an emitter follower, the temperature-dependence of the gate delay within the switching portion may be offset by suitable cont ...


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John G Campbell: Fastener and fastener-rod assembly. Lynn E Cargill, August 27, 2002: US06439797 (8 worldwide citation)

A fastener which includes an inner collar having an axial bore and a retractable projection projecting into the axial bore when the fastener is in a locked position and retractable out of the axial bore when the fastener is in a retracted position. The inner collar further has a tapered indentation ...