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Stephen R Hessel, H Theodore Young, Michael Katz: Umbilical cord clamping, cutting, and blood collecting device and method. Utah Medical Products, Madson & Metcalf, May 16, 1995: US05415665 (93 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed herein a device for clamping and cutting an umbilical cord so as to enable blood samples from the umbilical cord to be collected and/or tested. The device provides for the clamping of a severed end of an umbilical cord and the automatic ejection of that clamped end. The device als ...


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Stephen R Hessel, Michael Katz: Umbilical cord clamping device. Balagan Medical, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, August 25, 1998: US05797922 (74 worldwide citation)

A clamping device for securing a pair of clamps to the umbilical cord of a newly born infant includes pressure plates to remove blood from the section of the cord between the clamps. Thus, there is a greatly reduced risk of infection from blood squirting out upon the cutting of the cord during deliv ...


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Michael Katz: Apparatus and methods for generating row-specific reading thresholds in flash memory. Densbits Technologies, Dentons US, May 28, 2013: US08453022 (56 worldwide citation)

A method for generating a set of at least one row-specific reading threshold for reading at least portions of pages of data within an erase sector of a flash memory device, the method comprising predetermining at least one initial reading threshold; performing the following steps for at least one cu ...


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Hanan Weingarten, Shmuel Levy, Michael Katz: Flash memory apparatus and methods using a plurality of decoding stages including optional use of concatenated BCH codes and/or designation of “first below” cells. Densbits Technologies, SNR Denton US, December 18, 2012: US08335977 (48 worldwide citation)

A method for decoding a plurality of flash memory cells which are error-correction-coded as a unit, the method comprising providing a hard-decoding success indication indicating whether or not hard-decoding is at least likely to be successful; and soft-decoding the plurality of flash memory cells at ...


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Michael Katz: Folding keyboard for a personal digital assistant. Pocketop Computers, Oyen Wiggs Green & Mutala, July 15, 2003: US06594142 (35 worldwide citation)

Prior collapsible keyboards for personal digital assistants are overly complex and large. The present invention provides a folding keyboard for a personal digital assistant which folds up simply and in a small size and which is useful for standard typists. It is divided into two halves hingedly conn ...


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Michael Katz: Pocket computer with full-size keyboard. Seed and Berry, July 11, 2000: US06088220 (26 worldwide citation)

Prior miniaturzed palm-top computers have reduced-size keyboards which are not useful for standard typing. The present invention provides a folding pocket-sized computer, comprising up to a 12" screen, a central processing unit, data storage and input means and a full size computer keyboard. It does ...


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Michael Katz, Dan Daly, Paul Kerr, R Brough Turner, Wendell Bishop, Julius Rothschild, Adam Machalek: Global packet-switched computer network telephony server. Natural MicroSystems Corporation, Mintz Levin Cohn Ferris Glovsky and Popeo P C, January 29, 2002: US06343086 (19 worldwide citation)

A system for connecting telephony equipment to computer network equipment includes a telephony interface module adapted to accept at least one telephony connection from a telephony network. A computer network interface module is adapted to accept at least one data connection from a computer network. ...


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Stephen R Hessel, H Theodore Young, Michael Katz: Umbiblical cord clamping, cutting, and blood collecting device and method. OB Tech, Madson & Metcalf, May 28, 1996: US05520699 (18 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed herein a device for clamping and cutting an umbilical cord so as to enable blood samples from the umbilical cord to be collected and/or tested. The device provides for the clamping of a severed end of an umbilical cord and the automatic ejection of that clamped end. The device als ...


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Avi Steiner, Michael Katz, Hanan Weingarten, Erez Sabbag, Ofir Avraham Kanter, Avigdor Segal: System and method for data recovery in multi-level cell memories. Densbits Technologies, Dentons US, September 17, 2013: US08539311 (16 worldwide citation)

A system and method are provided for data recovery in a multi-level cell memory device. One or more bits may be programmed sequentially in one or more respective levels of multi-level cells in the memory device. An interruption of programming a subsequent bit in a subsequent second or greater level ...