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Hagge John K, Johnson Frederick W: Microelectric heat exchanger pedestal. Collins Radio Company, January 9, 1973: US3710251 (224 worldwide citation)

A microelectric wafer or chip vacuum chuck in the form of a heat exchanger pedestal with a heat exchanger pressure vessel at the pedestal top through which hot and cold fluids are selectively pumped in circulation from and return to, respectively, hot and cold remote fluid reservoirs. A plurality of ...


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Gibson David K, Johnson Frederick W: Photoconductor discharge shutter assembly. International Business Machines Corporation, April 3, 1973: US3724942 (20 worldwide citation)

A shutter arrangement is disclosed which at pre-selected intervals opens and closes to either permit light to illuminate a document plane or reflect light to the photoconductor of an electrostatic copying machine having the capability of half tone development, thus preventing the toning of unexposed ...


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Johnson Frederick W: Moisture seal for electrical connector. Collins Radio Company, Crawford Robert J, September 17, 1974: US3836935 (11 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a printed circuit board interconnect system having moisture seal means for precluding the formation of a moisture film between electrical contacts. The seal means comprises a resilient seal strip having one or more integral hollow seals disposed on either side thereof, each hollow seal ...


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Johnson Frederick W: Moisture seal for electrical connector. Collins Radio Company, December 25, 1973: US3781764 (8 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a printed circuit board interconnect system having moisture seal means for precluding the formation of a moisture film between electrical contacts. The seal means comprises a resilient seal strip having one or more integral hollow seals disposed on either side thereof, each hollow seal ...


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Johnson Frederick W, Trent Dale W, Escoffier Raymond P: Digital method and apparatus for dynamically monitoring the frequency of a frequency varying signal. Rockwell International Corporation, Greenberg Howard R, January 28, 1975: US3863161 (8 worldwide citation)

A frequency varying electrical signal, such as an FM signal, is broken down into N pulse streams, each stream beginning with a pulse for a different successive cycle of the signal and containing a pulse for each K(P + 1)N cycle thereafter, where K is a consecutively increasing number beginning with ...


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James Dorris D, Johnson Frederick W, Davidge Ronald V: Stations de nettoyage de photoconducteurs, Photoconductor cleaning stations. International Business Machines Corporation, November 13, 1979: CA1066346

PHOTOCONDUCTOR CLEANING STATIONS Abstract A photoconductor member is cleaned by a rota-ting fiber brush. The cleaned particles are knockedfrom the brush by a knock-off bar causing substantialwear on the brush. To compensate for the wear, boththe knock-off bar and the fiber brush are adjusted formain ...


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Johnson Frederick W, Clark Gary A, Promis George G Jr: Methode et appareil de depannage, Job recovery method and apparatus. International Business Machines Corporation, ROSEN ARNOLD, October 5, 1982: CA1133046

JOB RECOVERY METHOD AND APPARATUS Abstract of the Disclosure Method and apparatus are described for job re-covery when jamming of copies occurs in copying devicesgenerating duplex copies electrophotographically from eithersimplex or duplex originals. Recovery from jams whilecopying the first side of ...


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Dietiker Paul, Johnson Frederick W: Soupape a ouverture lente et fermeture rapide, Slow opening and fast closure gas valve. Dietiker Paul, Johnson Frederick W, Honeywell, SMART & BIGGAR, February 25, 1992: CA1296237

APPLICATION OFPAUL DIETIKER AND FREDERICK W. JOHNSONSLOW OPENING AND FAST CLOSURE GAS VALVE ABSTRACT A slow opening and fast closing gas valve includes avalve seat and a valve closure member arranged to respond toa gas pressure to seal against the valve seat to close thevalve to an input gas f low t ...


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Clark Gary A, Queener Carl A, Johnson Frederick W: Mode et appareil dinterclassement selectif, Method and apparatus for adaptive collation. International Business Machines Corporation, KERR ALEXANDER, December 23, 1980: CA1092219

METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR ADAPTIVE COLLATION Abstract of the Disclosure The invention concerns a method and apparatusfor operating a multibin sheet collator, particularly acopier/collator installation. Additional to the numberof sets to be collated, the number of sheets contained ineach set is entere ...


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Davidge Ronald V, James Dorris D, Johnson Frederick W: Photoconductor cleaning stations. Ibm, February 4, 1977: FR2317693-A1

A photoconductor member is cleaned by a rotating fiber brush. The cleaned particles are knocked from the brush by a knock-off bar causing substantial wear on the brush. To compensate for the wear, both the knock-off bar and the fiber brush are adjusted for maintaining cleansing contact between the p ...