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Edwin L Tucker, Richard H Waller III, Kenneth T Wilson: Protocol for determining physical order of active stations on a token ring. International Business Machines Corporation, Joscelyn G Cockburn, March 26, 1985: US04507777 (45 worldwide citation)

A reconfigurable serial loop or ring communication system is provided with a method and apparatus which enables stations on the loop to ascertain the address of its nearest active upstream neighbor (NAUN). A Ring Poll Frame is generated and broadcast from an originating station. The Ring Poll Frame ...


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Kenneth J Christensen, Jack S Chorpenning, Michael S Siegel, Thomas E Stammely, Norman C Strole, Kenneth T Wilson, Raymond L Zeisz Jr: Apparatus and method for determining operational mode for a station entering a network. International Business Machines Corporation, Joscelyn G Cockburn, October 1, 1996: US05561666 (36 worldwide citation)

A station in a communications network determines the mode (full-duplex or half-duplex) in which it communicates with a concentrator port by establishing a Registration routine between the station and the concentrator port. The station and concentrator port exchange frames which disclose the capabili ...


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Joel Erwin Geyer, Joseph K Lee, Vernon R Norman, Kenneth T Wilson: Frame stripping protocol for early token release in a ring communication network. International Business Machines Corporation, John J Timar, June 5, 1990: US04932023 (23 worldwide citation)

A frame stripping algorithm for use in a ring communication network utilizing early token release wherein multiple frames can exist on the ring at one time. The algorithm introduces two new strip terminating conditions which supplement two of the three conditions applicable to a normal token release ...


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Kenneth T Wilson: Thermoelectric generator and method of forming same. Wilson International Incorporated, Alfred E Wilson, June 30, 1981: US04276441 (19 worldwide citation)

A thermoelectric device is disclosed which comprises the formation of a multiplicity of thermocouples on a substrate in a narrow strip form, the thermocouples being formed by printing with first and second inks formed of suitable different powdered metals with a proper binder or flux. The thermocoup ...


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Joel E Geyer, Joseph K Lee, John M Mullen, Vernon R Norman, Kathleen M Wilhelm, Kenneth T Wilson: Token ring speed detector. International Business Machines Corporation, Joscelyn G Cockburn, August 15, 1995: US05442629 (18 worldwide citation)

Dual detection paths containing speed recognition devices automatically determine the rate at which data is being transmitted on a multi-rate digital data communications network such as a token ring network. The multiple detection paths operate simultaneously with each detection path provided with a ...


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Joel Erwin Geyer, Joseph K Lee, Kenneth T Wilson: Multi-frame transmission control for token ring networks. International Business Machines Corporation, John J Timar, October 16, 1990: US04964113 (17 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for enabling the transmitter to decide the number of variable length frames that can be trasmitted within the token holding timer (THT) window. The last frame decision algorithm enables the transmitter to set the intermediate frame bit in the ending delimiter to the right stat ...


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Robert W Downes, Wilson E Smith, Ronald E Suciu, Kenneth T Wilson: Apparatus and method for isolating and predicting errors in a local area network. International Business Machines, John B Frisone, July 30, 1991: US05036514 (15 worldwide citation)

A method for correcting error weights in a communication system in which at least one error condition can result from more than one cause. Stations on the system send error reports to an error monitor station which maintains a count of the number of stations reporting an error having multiple causes ...


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Nalin Subasinghe, Ehab Khalil, Kristi A Leonard, Farah Ali, Heather Hufnagel, Jeremy M Travins, Shelley K Ballentine, Kenneth T Wilson, Maxwell D Cummings, Wenxi Pan, Joan Gushue, Sanath Meegalla, Mark Wall, Jinsheng Chen, Jonathan M Rudolph, Hui Huang: Thiophene amidines, compositions thereof, and methods of treating complement-mediated diseases and conditions. 3 Dimensional Pharmaceuticals, November 21, 2006: US07138530 (11 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a method for treating the symptoms of an acute or chronic disorder mediated by the classical pathway of the complement cascade, comprising administering to a mammal in need of such treatment a therapeutically effective amount of a compound of Formula (I) or a solvate, hydrate or pharmac ...


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Joel E Geyer, Joseph K Lee, Vernon R Norman, Kenneth T Wilson: Multi-frame stripping protocol for token ring networks. International Business Machines Corporation, John J Timar, August 25, 1992: US05142530 (10 worldwide citation)

A multi-frame stripping method for use in a token ring network utilizing early token release with multiple frames transmitted by multiple stations circulating around the ring. The method recovers the ring with minimum loss of data after detection of an error condition resulting in frame corruption. ...


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Nalin Subasinghe, Ehab Khalil, Kristi Leonard, Farah Ali, Heather Rae Hufnagel, Jeremy M Travins, Shelley K Ballentine, Kenneth T Wilson, Maxwell D Cummings, Wenxi Pan, Joan Gushue, Sanath Meegalla, Mark Wall, Jinsheng Chen, M Jonathan Rudolph, Hui Huang: Thiophene amidines, compositions thereof, and methods of treating complement-mediated diseases and conditions. 3 Dimensional Pharmaceuticals, September 19, 2006: US07109354 (6 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a method for treating the symptoms of an acute or chronic disorder mediated by the classical pathway of the complement cascade, comprising administering to a mammal in need of such treatment a therapeutically effective amount of a compound of Formula I or a solvate, hydrate or pharmaceu ...