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Jonathan Farringdon, Paul A Gough, Andrew J Moore: Shoe based force sensor and equipment for use with the same. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, Aaron Waxler, October 26, 2004: US06807869 (74 worldwide citation)

A sensor for detecting the presence of a force exerted by a persons foot on the ground is provided in a shoe, the sensor interposed between the foot and the ground in the region of the sole of the shoe. The sensor includes a resilient compressible elastomeric middle layer of insulating material disp ...


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Paul A Gough: MOS-gated thyristor. U S Philips, Steven R Biren, April 13, 1993: US05202750 (37 worldwide citation)

A semiconductor device includes a thyristor (4,5,8,9) in which connection is made to the cathode region (9) of the thyristor by means of an MOS structure. The MOS structure is provided by a fifth region (11) forming a pn junction with the cathode region (9), a sixth region (13) in contact with the c ...


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Paul A Gough: Semiconductor device having active device cells and a monitor cell. U S Philips Corporation, Steven R Biren, August 15, 1995: US05442216 (22 worldwide citation)

A semiconductor body (2) has a first region (3) providing a current path to a first main electrode (4) and carrying a plurality of active device cells (5). The majority (5a) of the active device cells are connected to a second main electrode (6) for providing a main current path through the device b ...


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Keith M Hutchings, Andrew L Goodyear, Paul A Gough: Semiconductor component having two integrated insulated gate field effect devices. U S Philips Corporation, Steven R Biren, October 4, 1994: US05352915 (20 worldwide citation)

A semiconductor component (1a) has first and second insulated gate field effect devices (T1 and T2) formed within the same seminconductor body (2). The devices (T1 and T2) have a common first main electrode (D) and an arrangement (20) provides a resistive connection (20b) between a second main elect ...


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Paul A Gough, Matthew J Bickerton: Electrode arrangement. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, Yan Glickberg, April 21, 2009: US07522951 (10 worldwide citation)

An electrode arrangement (10) comprises a knitted electrically conductive electrode portion (12) containing electrically conductive yarn and at least one portion (14) of moisture impermeable electrically conductive material attached to the electrode portion (12). During use the electrode portion (12 ...


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Paul A Gough: Semiconductor component with protective element for limiting current through component. U S Philips Corporation, Paul R Miller, November 8, 1994: US05362980 (7 worldwide citation)

A semiconductor component is formed by an insulated gate field effect device having a semiconductor body with a first region of one conductivity type adjacent one major surface, a second region defining a conduction channel area separating a third region from the first region, an insulated gate adjo ...


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Paul A Gough, Jonathan Farringdon: Pocket. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, December 28, 2004: US06834797 (6 worldwide citation)

A pocket suitable for incorporation in garments, luggage items, personal accessories or the like is provided with an active mechanism and control apparatus to close the pocket. Such closing action may be triggered manually but can also be triggered automatically when the pocket is moved away from an ...


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Paul A Gough, Jonathan Farringdon: Pocket. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, Corporate Patent Counsel, US Philips Corporation, June 27, 2002: US20020078492-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A pocket suitable for incorporation in garments, luggage items, personal accessories or the like is provided with an active mechanism and control apparatus to close the pocket. Such closing action may be triggered manually but can also be triggered automatically when the pocket is moved away from an ...


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Paul A Gough, Jonathan Farringdon: Pocket. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, August 22, 2006: US07093753

A pocket suitable for incorporation in garments, luggage items, personal accessories or the like is provided with an active mechanism and control apparatus to close the pocket. Such closing action may be triggered manually but can also be triggered automatically when the pocket is moved away from an ...


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Jonathan Farringdon, Paul A Gough, Andrew J Moore: Shoe based force sensor and equipment for use with the same. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, Corporate Patent Counsel, US Philips Corporation, May 29, 2003: US20030097878-A1

A sensor for detecting the presence of a force exerted by a persons foot on the ground is provided in a shoe, the sensor being interposed between the foot and the ground in the region of the sole of the shoe. The sensor includes a resilient compressible elastomeric middle layer of insulating materia ...