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James T Henley, Robert T Johnson, Darrel E Santala, Samuel J Feist, Trevor M Laib, Bradley J Mitchell, Kevin S Callahan: Continuous power bus for seat power. The Boeing Company, Harness Dickey & Pierce, March 13, 2007: US07188805 (18 worldwide citation)

A power distribution system having a continuous power bus to supply power and/or data to aircraft passenger seats in a mobile platform. The power distribution system generally includes a bus strip that extends along a length of the passenger cabin and a connector operable to provide a connection bet ...


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Jessica N Staddon, Robert T Johnson: Methods, apparatus, and program products for inferring service usage. Palo Alto Research Center Incorporated, Park Vaughan & Fleming, November 13, 2007: US07296158 (13 worldwide citation)

Given the recent changes in the policy governing Internet content distribution, such as the institution of per listener royalties for Internet radio broadcasters, content distributors now have an incentive to under-report the size of their audience. Previous audience measurement schemes only protect ...


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Bradley J Mitchell, Kevin S Callahan, Trevor M Laib, Robert T Johnson, Darrell E Santala: Passenger cabin seat power bus. The Boeing Company, Harness Dickey & Pierce, June 24, 2008: US07389960 (7 worldwide citation)

A conductive bus device and method operable to distribute signals throughout a platform. The bus delivers signals to any number of select locations within the platform, such as to seats mounted to a seat track. The bus is mounted beneath a floor of the platform. The signals can be transmitted betwee ...


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James T Henley, Robert T Johnson, Darrel E Santala, Samuel J Feist, Trevor M Laib, Bradley J Mitchell, Kevin S Callahan: Continuous power bus for seat power. The Boeing Company, Harness Dickey & Pierce, March 17, 2009: US07503522 (6 worldwide citation)

A method of providing power and/or data to a seat in a seating area. A power distribution system having a continuous power bus is used to supply power and/or data to seats in a mobile platform or fixed structure. The power distribution system generally includes a bus strip that, in a mobile platform ...


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David M Anderson, David R Gladish, Robert T Johnson, Kenneth H Griess, Gerald F Herndon: Connector interface pad for structurally integrated wiring. The Boeing Company, Harness Dickey & Pierce, June 22, 2004: US06752632 (5 worldwide citation)

A pin connector is provided including a housing having a central orifice and an annular skirt laterally projecting therefrom. The skirt is bondable over a structurally integrated pad with integral wiring array. An array of compliant pins are insertable within holes in the pad. A pin retainer is disp ...


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Robert T Johnson, Gregory D Gessell, Marnix van der Mee: Electrical quick lock interconnect. The Boeing Company, Canady & Lortz, Bradley K Lortz, April 28, 2009: US07524214 (3 worldwide citation)

Electrical connection devices and systems for the electrical interconnection of systems and components within an aerospace vehicle, such as a production airplane, are disclosed. A typical quick lock interconnect comprises a manually installed and coupled modular electrical connector. The connector r ...


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Jessica N Staddon, Robert T Johnson: Methods, apparatus, and program products for inferring service usage. Palo Alto Research Center Incorporated, Park Vaughn & Fleming, April 22, 2008: US07363244 (2 worldwide citation)

Given the recent changes in the policy governing Internet content distribution, such as the institution of per listener royalties for Internet radio broadcasters, content distributors now have an incentive to under-report the size of their audience. Previous audience measurement schemes only protect ...


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Mark S Shander, Mark E Liffring, Todd B Brouwer, Robert T Johnson, Carolyn Kerr, John T Peters, Timothy E Jackson, Thomas R Hasenoehrl, Steven M Walstrom, Arnold W Nordsieck, Robert L Springgay: Modular equipment center distributed primary power architecture. THE BOEING COMPANY, Patterson Sheridan, December 6, 2016: US09511728 (1 worldwide citation)

A plurality of modular equipment centers (MECs) spatially distributed throughout a vehicle servicing equipment loads. Each MEC independently provides localized power and communication to service the equipment loads and each equipment load is serviced by the nearest MEC. In at least one embodiment, o ...


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David M Anderson, David R Gladish, Robert T Johnson, Matthew C Malkin, Simon D Senibi, Terrance L Thomas: Connector interface pad for structurally integrated wiring. The Boeing Company, Harness Dickey & Pierce, August 23, 2005: US06932621 (1 worldwide citation)

A connector pad is provided having a base, a top opposite the base, and tapered sidewalls therebetween. The tapering minimizes stress concentrations when the connector pad is bonded into, or on the surface of a structure. The connector pad consists of a plurality of structural load carrying plies su ...


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Mark S Shander, Ty A Larsen, Robert T Johnson, Mark E Liffring, Margaret Douglas, Christopher M Severns: Modular equipment center distributed equipment packaging truss. THE BOEING COMPANY, February 7, 2017: US09561760

A modular truss assembly configured to be placed in small or narrow spaces such as within the floor, sidewall, or crown of a vehicle for mechanically and electrically mounting system components of a modular equipment center (MEC). A plurality of MECs is spatially distributed throughout the vehicle t ...