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Kisaichi Kazuhiro, Nose Toshiro, Iwaki Jitsu, Inoue Nobuhiro, Nannichi Toshihiko, Sasaki Katsunari, Riley John: Character input device and method. Tokyo Shibaura Electric Co, September 18, 1996: EP0732646-A2 (109 worldwide citation)

Texts including required message are entered with a small number of keys such as those of a cellular telephone. In this case. a conversion table is unnecessary and the number of key operations is reduced. The number of input characters or input character strings composed by sequentially selecting on ...


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Riley John R: Material spreader system with hydraulic drive and speed control means. December 4, 1973: US3776431 (32 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to material spreaders of the type including: a hopper, a prime mover for propelling the hopper at predetermined speeds, a movable unloading assembly for spreading the material from the hopper on the ground at a rate dependent upon the nature of the material and the ground spee ...


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Riley John E: Process controller including a rate circuit responsive solely to process variable signal changes. General Electric Company, December 14, 1971: US3628129 (24 worldwide citation)

An improved process controller wherein rate action occurs only during changes in the process variable signal. The process variable signal is applied to one input terminal of a first differential amplifier having a rate circuit connected in a feedback loop between the output terminal and the second i ...


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Riley John A: Bi-directional signal detector with input/output isolation. Westinghouse Electric Corporation, October 17, 1972: US3699442 (18 worldwide citation)

DC (direct current) signal magnitude and direction detection apparatus wherein separate signals derived from the respective primary energizing paths for alternate opposite magnetic saturation of a magnetic flux coupled oscillator, are compared to provide an indication of the magnitude and direction ...


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FORBES JONES Robin M, EVANS C Kevin, LIPPARD Henry E, MILLS Adrian R, RILEY John C, DUNN John J: [fr] ALLIAGES AUSTÉNITIQUES À HAUTE RÉSISTANCE, RÉSISTANTS À LA CORROSION, [en] HIGH STRENGTH, CORROSION RESISTANT AUSTENITIC ALLOYS. ATI PROPERTIES, VICCARO Patrick J, September 6, 2013: WO/2013/130139 (12 worldwide citation)

[en] An austenitic alloy may generally comprise, in weight percentages based on total alloy weight: up to 0.2 carbon; up to 20 manganese; 0.1 to 1.0 silicon; 14.0 to 28.0 chromium; 15.0 to 38.0 nickel; 2.0 to 9.0 molybdenum; 0.1 to 3.0 copper; 0.08 to 0.9 nitrogen; 0.1 to 5.0 tungsten; 0.5 to 5.0 co ...


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Anand Rakesh, Markham Alexander Fred, Smith John Craig, Anwar Rashida, Riley John Hamilton, Ogilvie Donald James, Elvin Paul: Diagnostic method.. Ici, March 13, 1991: EP0416801-A2 (10 worldwide citation)

Yeast artificial chromosomes comprising the cystic fibrosis gene. Probes, primers and kits for the diagnosis of cystic fibrosis.


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Porter Russell W, Riley John C: Variable nozzle area control system. General Electric Company, July 24, 1973: US3747344 (10 worldwide citation)

A control system for a jet engine variable area nozzle includes means for selectively generating a first or a second temperature reference signal in response to engine throttle lever position and nozzle area for effective control of engine operating temperatures and to enhance maximum augmented engi ...


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Riley John E: Manual/automatic station for use in process control systems. General Electric Company, May 9, 1972: US3662275 (8 worldwide citation)

A manual/automatic station including two amplifiers and a switching circuit for interconnecting the amplifiers in either an automatic configuration or a manual configuration. In the automatic configuration, the two amplifiers are in series. In the manual configuration, the output of a circuit associ ...


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Riley John Lawrence, Mcparland Andrew Kevin, Parnall Simon John: Multichannel operation of rds. British Broadcasting, July 15, 1992: GB2251767-A (7 worldwide citation)

Data, for example, data over a traffic message channel, is transmitted over a radio data system by multiplexing across several available channels. Data is transmitted at intervals over each channel so that data is transmitted at different times on different channels. As a result, the rate at which d ...


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Jacene Michael, Fanger Jonathan, Riley John: Passive screw locking mechanism. Depuy Spine, Jacene Michael, Fanger Jonathan, Riley John, ADAMS Lisa, October 2, 2008: WO/2008/118599 (5 worldwide citation)

Methods and devices are provided for passively locking a bone screw within a bone plate. In particular, the methods and devices allow a bone screw to be locked within a thru-hole in a bone plate without requiring any additional locking steps. In an exemplary embodiment, an annular feature is provide ...