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Shahid U H Qureshi, Karl W Seitz, Robert M Wilson: Adaptive communication rate modem. Codex Corporation, July 5, 1988: US04756007 (155 worldwide citation)

In a modem that transmits signals to and receives signals from a remote device at a multiplicity of communication rates, the quality of the channel is monitored, a communication rate is selected based on the channel quality, the desire for an increased rate is indicated, and the increased rate is im ...


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John A Lockitt, Kelly A Lyndon, Robert M Wilson, Bruce C Giese: Testing the performance of a communication line between two modems using modem processor. Codex Corporation, Fish & Richardson, April 17, 1990: US04918623 (51 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for testing the performance of a communication line that carries customer data between two modems, including a programmable processor (for example, a digital signal processor) in each modem that either performs modulation or demodulation of customer data or tests the line, and a controller ...


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Robert M Wilson: Fence wire mount and insulator. Dare Products Incorporated, Fisher Gerhardt & Groh, March 7, 1978: US04077611 (46 worldwide citation)

A fence wire mount and insulator device adapted for mounting on a metal fence post of T-shaped cross section in which wire is supported in spaced relationship relative to the fence post by a bracket member which engages the fence post and is shaped to accommodate a variety of configurations and dime ...


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Robert M Wilson: Spring-type exercise device. C Robert Rhodes, Judith E Garmon, October 4, 1988: US04775149 (26 worldwide citation)

An elongated shaft includes a spring anchoring point at each end and in the center. A pair of sleeves are slidably positioned on the shaft, one between the central anchoring point and each end anchoring point. Each sleeve is joined to the anchor point on either side thereof by a coil spring. Each co ...


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Robert M Wilson Jr: Electric fence insulator cap. Dare Products, Irvin L Groh, July 14, 1987: US04680428 (24 worldwide citation)

An electric fence insulator cap for mounting on U-posts of varying flange tip to flange tip widths and varying bight to flange depth in either of two 180.degree. oriented positions. The electric fence wire is held in a pair of slotted lugs for simple installation. The cap top is generally sloped to ...


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Robert M Wilson Jr: Fence post insulating cap. Dare Products, Irvin L Groh, November 18, 1986: US04623756 (23 worldwide citation)

An electric fence insulator cap for mounting on various weight and flange configuration T-posts in any of four 90.degree. spaced positions. The electric fence wire is held in a pair of spaced slotted lugs for simple installation. The cap top is generally sloped to deflect rain with a central flat su ...


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Robert M Wilson: Taperd horn antenna with annular choke channel. RCA Corporation, Joseph S Tripoli, Robert L Troike, April 14, 1987: US04658258 (17 worldwide citation)

A low cost tapered horn with desirable equal E and H plane pattern beamwidths is achieved with one or more annular channels in the tapered wave translation surfaces of the horn. These channels extend concentric and parallel with the axis of symmetry of the horn to permit the horn including the chann ...


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Robert M Wilson Jr: Electric fence insulator adaptor and fence insulator combined therewith. Dare Products, Gifford Groh Sheridan Sprinkle and Dolgorukov, September 12, 1989: US04866218 (16 worldwide citation)

An adaptor for converting an electric fence post insulator from a wire electric conductor support to a tape conductor support. The adaptor connects to the wire holding fingers of the insulator.


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Robert M Wilson Jr: Fence or post mounted insulator. Gifford Krass Groh Sprinkle Anderson & Citkowski P C, June 24, 2003: US06583363 (15 worldwide citation)

A unitary insulator of plastic material for supporting an electrified conductor wire in a horizontal position when the insulator is fastened to either a vertical post or is rotated slightly and is fastened to the diagonally extending wires of a chain link fence.


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Robert M Wilson Sr: Electric fence insulator. Dare Products, Fisher Gerhardt Crampton & Groh, April 21, 1981: US04263477 (13 worldwide citation)

An electric insulator for guiding and supporting an electric fence wire. The insulator comprises an elongated body of electrical insulating material and has a mounting means located at one end of the body for mounting the body upon a fence post in an outwardly projecting manner. An upright abutment ...