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Leonard M Canale, Michael J Collins, Paul J O Brien, Lisa L Scott, Martin H Singer: Terminal based adjunct call manager for a communication system. American Telephone and Telegraph Company, AT&T Information Systems, John A Caccuro, August 9, 1988: US04763353 (207 worldwide citation)

An adjunct call manager unit connects to a station set port of a telephone communication system and receives button identification and status signals to determine line, agent, and feature activation status of the system. In response to one or more of the received status signals, commands are sent to ...


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Jeanne P Bayerl, Paul J O Brien, Pamela A Savage: Communication system utilizing information received during a silent interval between ringing signals. AT&T, John A Caccuro, March 7, 1995: US05396548 (43 worldwide citation)

A communication system detects special service information (e.g., calling party identification) during a silent interval between ringing signals on an incoming call and stores the information in a call record created for the call. In response to predetermined call conditions, this information is inc ...


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Paul J O Brien: End plug adapter. Barcus Berry, Albert L Gabriel, February 3, 1976: US03935782 (19 worldwide citation)

A rigid end plug adapter which serves both as a strap or end button and electrical connector for transducer pickups is provided in the end block of a musical instrument such as a guitar or violin-type instrument.


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Thomas M Canty, Paul J O Brien: Quickport closure device. J M Canty Associates, James J Ralabate, August 25, 1992: US05141125 (6 worldwide citation)

In using various vessels such as reaction vessels there must be provisions for adding materials to the vessels and for observing the vessel contents. The structure of this invention provides a vessel closure device that provides both of these conveniences. This closure device has an annular seal rin ...


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Paul J O Brien, Thomas M Canty: Flow cell spray ring. J M Canty, Leydig Voit & Mayer, October 30, 2012: US08297302 (2 worldwide citation)

A flow cell device for observing a fluid includes a housing defining an inlet and an outlet, a first viewing member, and a second viewing member. The first viewing member, which is disposed in and coupled to the housing, includes a first window and a spray ring. The spray ring includes cleaning port ...


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Thomas M Canty, Paul J O Brien, Christian P Marks, Richard E Owen: Granular product inspection device. J M Canty, Darby & Darby, April 14, 2009: US07518716 (1 worldwide citation)

An inspection device for inspecting a granular product includes a feed tray having a receiving region for receiving the granular product and an imaging region and a vibration device configured to impart vibrations to the feed tray for moving granules of the granular product from the receiving region ...


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Thomas M Canty, Paul J O Brien, Christian P Marks, Richard E Owen: Granular product inspection device. J M Canty, Darby & Darby, November 4, 2008: US07446869 (1 worldwide citation)

A particle inspection device includes a feeder configured to drop a particle through an image area. The feeder includes a tray surface having a flat portion and an edge portion disposed above the image area. The inspection device also includes a vibration device configured to vibrate the feeder indu ...


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Thomas M Canty, Paul J O Brien, Christian P Marks, Richard E Owen: Granular product inspection device. J M Canty, Davidson Davidson & Kappel, March 7, 2006: US07009703

A particle inspection device includes a feeder configured to drop a particle through an image area, a reflector configured to provide a reflected view of the particle in the image area, and an image capturing device configured to capture an image of the particle in the image area such that the image ...


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Paul J O Brien, Thomas M Canty, David E Jean, Justin R Hallbach, Michael F Rizzo: Flow analyzer for harsh environments. J M CANTY, Leydig Voit & Mayer, June 13, 2017: US09678016

A flow analyzer includes a flow body having a single-piece construction. The flow body includes a flow path extending through the flow body along a flow direction between opposing inlet and outlet ports and an enclosed wiring conduit extending substantially transverse to the flow direction between a ...


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Thomas M Canty, Paul J O Brien: Insertion fluid inspection device. J M Canty, Darby & Darby, March 20, 2007: US07193702

A fluid inspection device for inspecting a fluid in a vessel includes an elongate insertion well having a rear end disposed at the wall of the vessel and a front end disposed in the interior of the vessel. An inside of the insertion well is sealed off from the fluid in the vessel and an outside of t ...