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Michael Anderson, Donald E Shewmon, Michael L Steen, Martin E Smith: Expandable modular data storage system. StreamLogic Corporation, Poms Smith Lande & Rose Professional Corporation, February 18, 1997: US05604662 (130 worldwide citation)

An expandable modular data storage system including a plurality of data storage devices, a plurality of substantially identical, vertically stackable storage device housings adapted to slidably receive a data storage device, and mechanical connection elements for releasably connecting the top of one ...


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Bruce Alan Johnson, W Michael Anderson, William David Sproule: Data preparation for media browsing. Microsoft Corporation, Lee & Hayes PLLC, January 2, 2007: US07159174 (103 worldwide citation)

A system is described which includes a content retriever to retrieve and format data and a media file playlist generated by the content retriever from the data. The media file playlist includes a playlist entry title identifying a title for a media file, a filename identifying the media file, and a ...


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Michael Anderson, Donald E Shewmon, Michael L Steen, Martin Smith: Expandable modular data storage system having parity storage capability. Farrington Investments, Oppenheimer Wolff & Donnelly, June 22, 1999: US05913926 (77 worldwide citation)

An expandable modular data storage array for storing and backing up data transmitted from a host computer including a plurality of data storage devices, a plurality of substantially identical, vertically stacked storage device housings adapted to slidably receive a data storage device, and mechanica ...


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Michael Anderson, Rodney Bays, John Cooper, Lisa Schroder: Orthopaedic instrumentation assembly and method of using same. Bristol Myers Squibb Co, Cary R Reeves, May 1, 2001: US06224605 (61 worldwide citation)

An orthopaedic instrumentation assembly for preparing a bone to receive an orthopaedic implant includes a rasp which is insertable within an opening in the bone and has an attachment end with a projection extending therefrom. A handle is attached to the projection. A cutting guide has a first leg an ...


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Bruce Michael Anderson: Ultrahigh-frequency high-impedance passive voltage probe. October 23, 2001: US06307363 (51 worldwide citation)

The most commonly used type of voltage probe for high-bandwidth applications is the high-impedance passive probe. It is reliable, rugged, simple to use, and inexpensive. However, because it has a relatively high input capacitance, it is not truly “high impedance” to the higher frequency components o ...


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Robert Tiedge, Michael Anderson: System for providing adjustable occupant space in a vehicle. Woodward Emhardt Naughton Moriarty & McNett, September 1, 1998: US05800002 (49 worldwide citation)

A system for varying space of a vehicle having a fixed portion with occupiable space and a number of ground engaging wheels coupled to the fixed portion. An expandable portion is coupled to the fixed portion and has a rigid floor. The expandable portion is movable relative to the fixed portion to ad ...


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Brett Holle, Michael Anderson, John Voisine: Electrical service disconnect having external interface. Landis Gyr, Maginot Moore & Beck, April 22, 2008: US07362232 (35 worldwide citation)

An arrangement is provided for use in an electrical utility meter that includes a metering unit, a service disconnect circuit, and a housing assembly. The service disconnect circuit has a connected state that operably couples utility power lines to a load, and a disconnected state and as armed state ...


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Brett Holle, Michael Anderson, John Voisine: Electrical service disconnect having tamper detection. Landis Gyr, Maginot Moore & Beck, August 15, 2006: US07091878 (33 worldwide citation)

A tamper detection arrangement in a meter having a service disconnect switch employs a voltage sense circuit that requires only a single connection to digital processing circuitry for the feeder lines of typical residential service. In one embodiment, the voltage sense circuit includes an isolation ...


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Hai H Trieu, Eric Christian Lange, Kent Michael Anderson: Systems and methods for adjusting properties of a spinal implant. Warsaw Orthopedic, April 3, 2012: US08147517 (31 worldwide citation)

A method for controlling properties of a medical implant includes locating the medical implant in an interspinous area between two spinal processes of a person. The medical implant is coupled to a container via a conduit. A fluid is received in an interior of the container in fluid communication wit ...