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Paul E Stuckert: Personal portable terminal for financial transactions. International Business Machines Corporation, Roy R Schlemmer Jr, July 7, 1981: US04277837 (318 worldwide citation)

A personal portable terminal for financial transactions adapted for use with one or more data storage and transfer cards (DSTCs) and other external devices, such as point of sale terminals, is disclosed. The transaction device includes keyboard means for entering transaction data and control informa ...


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Willard G Bouricius, Paul E Stuckert: Method and apparatus for secure message transmission for use in electronic funds transfer systems. International Business Machines Corporation, Roy R Schlemmer Jr, November 24, 1981: US04302810 (145 worldwide citation)

An electronic funds transfer system wherein it is required that a bank be reasonably guaranteed that the two parties to a retail transaction (i.e., a person and a retailer) agree on the transaction before the funds transfer takes place. The message including the transaction information is encrypted ...


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Paul E Stuckert: Method and apparatus for achieving secure password verification. International Business Machines Corporation, Roy R Schlemmer Jr, October 13, 1981: US04295039 (73 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for identifying an individual holder (person) of an unalterable charge card-like device (CARD) at a utilization terminal (U/I Terminal) wherein a unique user entered key (asserted key K.sub.A) is handled in a highly secure manner. The holder of the CARD causes same to be place ...


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Francis P Carrubba, Paul E Stuckert: Minimum delay module assembly. International Business Machines Corporation, Roy R Schlemmer Jr, April 10, 1979: US04149218 (23 worldwide citation)

A Minimum Delay Module Assembly, having unrestricted accessibility for servicing, that provides substantially constant electrical and thermal environments for all portions of the assembly regardless of configuration. The assembly comprises a plurality of vertical page modules in which each page modu ...


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Paul E Stuckert: Air jet powered cooling system for electronic assemblies. International Business Machines Corporation, Ronald L Drumheller, November 22, 1983: US04417295 (21 worldwide citation)

Air jets are used to entrain ambient air for forced air cooling of electronic components. In the preferred embodiment, individual air jets are associated with each circuit card to entrain and induce flow of a much greater volume of ambient air over each card, thereby cooling it. Modularization and " ...


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Paul E Stuckert: Broad band directional coupling circuit. International Business Machines Corporation, Sughrue Rothwell Mion Zinn & Macpeak, January 20, 1976: US03934213 (8 worldwide citation)

A broad band directional coupler including a conventional attenuator is disclosed. The coupler permits detection of signals propagating simultaneously in opposite directions on a single-signal path or transmission line. Detection may occur at one or a multiplicity of ports located at arbitrary posit ...


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Paul E Stuckert: Mask-exposure scheme. International Business Machines Corporation, Sughrue Rothwell Mion Zinn and Macpeak, January 3, 1978: US04066458 (3 worldwide citation)

Exposure images may be synthesized on a radiation responsive surface by causing effective relative motion between a mask and the surface. The mask contains at least two distinct exposure areas, each having a plurality of apertures arranged in different patterns from which at least two different imag ...


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Paul E Stuckert: Broad band directional signal generator. International Business Machines Corporation, Sughrue Rothwell Mion & Zinn, January 27, 1976: US03935480 (2 worldwide citation)

The broad band directional signal generator disclosed generates signals on a transmission line, which, controllably propagate in one direction on the line to the exclusion of the other direction, or in both directions. Such signal generation may occur at one or a multiplicity of points located at ar ...


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