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David Bailey, Danny Grant, Alex Jasso, Ken Martin, Erik Shahoian, Kollin Tierling, Steven Vassallo: Haptic feedback using rotary harmonic moving mass. Immersion Corporation, Thelen Reid & Priest, David B Ritchie, January 9, 2007: US07161580 (111 worldwide citation)

A haptic device comprises an actuator and a mass. The actuator has a shaft. The actuator is elastically coupled to the mass and/or a base.


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Afshin Rezayee, Ken Martin, Aaron Buchwald: Switched-capacitor reset architecture for opamp. Snowbush, Renner Kenner Grieve Bobak Tayor & Weber, November 11, 2008: US07450050 (4 worldwide citation)

An analog digital converter with switched-capacitor reset architecture. The analog to digital converter (ADC) includes a plurality of pipelined stages, each stage including an analog to digital converter comprising a pair of comparators outputting signals to a multiplying digital to analog converter ...


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David Bailey, Danny Grant, Alex Jasso, Ken Martin, Erik Shahoian, Kollin Tierling, Steven Vassallo: Haptic feedback using rotary harmonic moving mass. Immersion Corporation, Nixon Peabody, May 31, 2011: US07952559

A haptic device comprises an actuator and a mass. The actuator has a shaft. The actuator is elastically coupled to the mass and/or a base.


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Earl Schreyer, Ken Martin, David Johns, Raymond Chik, Doug Moran: Graphics digitizer. Philip W Woo, c o SIDLEY AUSTIN BROWN & WOOD, September 23, 2004: US20040183769-A1

A graphics digitizer having a phase-locked-loop, a timing generator, and at least one channel with a reference and bias voltage generator and an analog-to-digital converter is disclosed. In some embodiments, the phase-locked-loop includes a programmable Div/N circuit so that the output frequency of ...


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David Bailey, Danny Grant, Alex Jasso, Ken Martin, Erik Shahoian, Kollin Tierling, Steven Vassallo: Haptic feedback using rotary harmonic moving mass. Immersion Corporation, Immersion Thelen Reid & Priest, Thelen Reid & Priest, December 7, 2006: US20060274035-A1

A haptic device comprises an actuator and a mass. The actuator has a shaft. The actuator is elastically coupled to the mass and/or a base.


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David Bailey, Danny Grant, Alex Jasso, Ken Martin, Erik Shahoian, Kollin Tierling, Steven Vassallo: Haptic feedback using rotary harmonic moving mass. Cooley Godward, October 30, 2003: US20030201975-A1

A haptic device comprises an actuator and a mass. The actuator has a shaft. The actuator is elastically coupled to the mass and/or a base.


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Mark Scherer, Ken Martin: Computer-telephony integration (CTI) system for controlling an automatic call distribution system using a bidirectional CTI model. Jennifer L Bales, June 30, 2005: US20050141692-A1

A Computer-Telephony Integration (CTI) system is used to control an Automatic Call Distribution (ACD) system, and non-ACD phone functions, where all functions can be performed at either the phone or the computer display by creating a Bidirectional CTI Model (BCM) in software. The ACD system is used ...


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Shae Hong, Katherine Papoutsis, Ken Martin: Beverage fountain with removable freezable member. Cook Alex Mcfarron Manzo Cummings & Mehler, April 24, 2008: US20080092583-A1

A beverage fountain includes a container and removable freezable member for containing and chilling a beverage. The removable freezable member is placed in or above the interior of the beverage container, in the flow path of a beverage circulating through the fountain to lower the temperature of the ...