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Paul J Griffith: Transistor logic output device for diversion of Miller current. Fairchild Camera and Instrument Corporation, Paul J Winters, Theodore S Park, Warren M Becker, May 18, 1982: US04330723 (34 worldwide citation)

A transistor logic output device is provided with an active element discharging transistor coupled between the base of the pulldown element transistor and ground or low potential for actively controlling a route to ground or low potential for diverting and discharging the so-called capacitive feedba ...


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Paul J Griffith: Transistor logic tristate output with feedback. Fairchild Camera and Instrument, Paul J Winters, Theodore S Park, Ronald J Meetin, March 10, 1981: US04255670 (28 worldwide citation)

A TTL transistor logic tristate output device particularly suitable for common bus applications including transistor and diode means for feedback of a portion of current from any output load and from stray capacitances to drive the pulldown element to greater conduction and accelerate sinking of cur ...


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Fritz K Feldmann, Paul J Griffith, Craig L Christenson: Fin-stabilized subcaliber projectile and method of spin tuning. Pacific Armatechnica Corporation, Patrick J Walsh, March 28, 1989: US04815682 (16 worldwide citation)

The invention concerns a fin-stabilized projectile for employment from a rifled barrel and is particularly suitable for automatic cannons having calibers from 12.7 to 70 millimeters. The full rate of spin commensurate with the rifling twist of a specific barrel and the muzzle velocity is imparted to ...


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Fritz K Feldmann, Paul J Griffith, Craig L Christenson: Fin-stabilized subcaliber projectile. Pacific Armatechnica Corporation, Patrick J Walsh, February 20, 1990: US04901646 (7 worldwide citation)

The invention concerns a fin-stabilized discarding sabot projectile for employment from a rifled barrel and is particularly suitable for automatic cannons having calibers from 12.7 to 70 millimeters. The full rate of spin commensurate with the rifling twist of a specific barrel and the muzzle veloci ...


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Paul J Griffith, Jordi Parramon, Goran N Marnfeldt, Daniel Aghassian, Kiran Nimmagadda, Emanuel Feldman, Jess W Shi: Architectures for an implantable medical device system. Boston Scientific Neuromodulation Corporation, Wong Cabello Lutsch Rutherford & Brucculeri, February 11, 2014: US08649858 (5 worldwide citation)

An improved architecture for an implantable medical device such as an implantable pulse generator (IPG) is disclosed. In one embodiment, the various functional blocks for the IPG are incorporated into a signal integrated circuit (IC). Each of the functional blocks communicate with each other, and wi ...


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Fritz K Feldmann, Craig Christenson, Paul J Griffith: Reduction of velocity decay of fin stabilized subcaliber projectiles. Pacific Armatechnica Corporation, Patrick J Walsh, May 9, 1995: US05413049 (4 worldwide citation)

The terminal effectiveness of fin stabilized, subcaliber armor piercing projectiles depends primarily on the impact velocity at the target. The aerodynamic drag and related velocity decay experienced over the trajectory from the gun to target is reduced by shortening the length of the acceleration t ...


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Jordi Parramon, David K L Peterson, Paul J Griffith: Current generation architecture for an implantable stimulator device having coarse and fine current control. Boston Scientific Neuromodulation Corporation, Wong Cabello Lutsch Rutherford & Brucculeri, December 31, 2013: US08620436 (3 worldwide citation)

Disclosed herein is a current generation architecture for an implantable stimulator device such as an Implantable Pulse Generator (IPG). Current source and sink circuitry are both divided into coarse and fine portions, which respectively can provide a coarse and fine current resolution to a specifie ...


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Paul J Griffith, Goran N Marnfeldt, Jordi Parramon: Timing channel circuitry for creating pulses in an implantable stimulator device. Boston Scientific Neuromodulation Corporation, Lewis & Reese PLLC, September 29, 2015: US09144687 (1 worldwide citation)

Timing channel circuitry for controlling stimulation circuitry in an implantable stimulator is disclosed. The timing channel circuitry comprises a addressable memory. Data for the various phases of a desired pulse are stored in the memory using different numbers of words, including a command indicat ...


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Jordi Parramon, David K L Peterson, Paul J Griffith: Current generation architecture for an implantable stimulator device having coarse and fine current control. Boston Scientific Neuromodulation Corporation, Lewis & Reese PLLC, May 19, 2015: US09037249

Disclosed herein are current output architectures for implantable stimulator devices. Current source and sink circuitry is divided into a plurality of stages, each of which is capable via an associated switch bank of sourcing or sinking an amount of current to or from any one of the electrodes of th ...


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Jordi Parramon, David K L Peterson, Paul J Griffith: Current generation architecture for an implantable stimulator device having coarse and fine current control. Boston Scientific Neuromodulation Corporation, Lewis Reese & Nesmith PLLC, April 12, 2016: US09308371

A current generation architecture for an implantable stimulator device such as an Implantable Pulse Generator (IPG) is disclosed. Current source and sink circuitry are both divided into coarse and fine portions, which respectively can provide coarse and fine current resolutions to a specified electr ...



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