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LaVaughn Watts, Kevin D Davis, John Linn: Computer system with environmental manager for detecting and responding to changing environmental conditions. Texas Instruments Incorporated, Ronald O Neerings, Frederick J Telecky Jr, September 12, 2000: US06119186 (64 worldwide citation)

A computer uses an environmental manager (20) to detect and respond to changing environmental conditions, in order to enhance and simplify a users interaction with the computer. Environment changes are detected by a plurality of informants (22), each of which has a specified function. Informants com ...


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LaVaughn F Watts Jr, Kevin D Davis, Robert E Tonsing, Tom Grimm, Larry Mitcham, Robert Moore, Gary Verdun: Computer docking system having means for customizing the hardware configuration in a docking station for optimum performance. Texas Instruments Incorporated, Ronald O Neerings, Wade James Brady III, Frederick J Telecky Jr, September 4, 2001: US06285911 (60 worldwide citation)

The described embodiments of the present invention provide a computer docking system and method for connecting a portable computer to a docking station and method for coupling the docking station to an external monitor and an external keyboard and a technique for customizing the hardware configurati ...


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Thomas P Leavitt, Kevin D Davis: Initializing a processing system. Texas Instruments Incorporated, Ronald O Neerings, Richard L Donaldson, June 29, 1999: US05918047 (29 worldwide citation)

A method (100) is provided for initializing a processing system. The method (100) includes a plurality of steps. Those steps are: loading a primary code block in a flash memory (104); loading an alternate code block in a secondary storage (106); testing the primary code block upon power up of the pr ...


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Gary R Davis, Kevin D Davis, Carl Christian Lee: Composite laminated transport container for liquids. Klarquist Sparkman Campbell Leigh & Whinston, February 20, 2001: US06189723 (11 worldwide citation)

A composite laminated, generally cylindrical container for over-the-road transportation of liquids by truck is fabricated using a core of cellular thermoplastic expanded foam material, with an encapsulating layer adhered to each of the interior and exterior surfaces. The encapsulating layers of the ...


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Steven J Wallace, Donald J Martin, Thomas Grimm, Keith L Perrin, Kevin D Davis: Method and apparatus for controlling power to a multi-media conferencing system using any one of a system power switch and a computer. Smart Technologies, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, May 30, 2000: US06070247 (8 worldwide citation)

A multi-media conferencing system (10) that links desirable conferencing components into an adaptable and functional whole through innovative system approaches to system level controls. Another object of the present invention is to provide a multi-media conferencing system (10) that integrates equip ...


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Kevin D Davis: Apparatus for rotating and reciprocating well pipe. Exxon Production Research Company, John S Schneider, Alfred A Equitz, April 12, 1988: US04736807 (4 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for simultaneously rotating and reciprocating well pipe mechanically utilizing the rotary table on the drilling rig includes a rotating pipe clamp assembly having an irregular cross-sectional mid-member and clamp members for releasably gripping the well pipe connected to the ends of the mi ...


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L Kimball Simmons, Kevin D Davis: Method for securing a cartridge mechanical face seal to a sleeve. John W O Donnell Esq, July 19, 2011: US07979986

This method for securing a cartridge mechanical face seal to a sleeve in a rotating shaft sealing assembly uses one or more plunger locks to secure the rotary face of the seal assembly to the sleeve. Such seal assemblies have been previously secured with set screws. This plunger lock method for secu ...


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L Kimball Simmons, Kevin D Davis: Method for securing a cartridge mechanical face seal to a sleeve. John W O Donnell Esq, July 24, 2008: US20080174073-A1

This method for securing a cartridge mechanical face seal to a sleeve in a rotating shaft sealing assembly uses one or more plunger locks to secure the rotary face of the seal assembly to the sleeve. Such seal assemblies have been previously secured with set screws. This plunger lock method for secu ...