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Fred Thomas Fred Thomas
Thomas Fred C Iii, Dixon Glenn B, Shelton Todd R, Graves Todd L, Bracken Allen T: Latent illuminance discrimination marker and system for data storage cartridges. Iomega, July 12, 2000: EP1018090-A1

An object (20) or an article, such as a data storage cartridge, for a detector or reader, such as a data storage disk drive, has a latent illuminance marker. A light source (34) illuminates the marker and the marker emits illuminance as phosphorescence. A photosensor (36) detects the emitted illumin ...


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Fred Thomas Fred Thomas
Thomas Fred C Iii, Graves Todd L, Shelton Todd R, Smith Paul: System and method for cartridge detection and verification using signal comparison. Iomega Corporation, sKURTZ Richard E, May 25, 2000: WO/2000/030020

A system and method which is used to identify and discriminate the type of data storage cartridge that has been inserted into a disk drive. A system for identifying a type of data storage cartridge having a marker (20) comprises a light source (34) for emitting light to illuminate the marker (20), a ...


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Fred Thomas Fred Thomas
Wilke Thomas A, Bracken Allen T, Watson Brent J, Thomas Fred C Iii, Deforest Marvin R, Ogden Dennis D, Reimann Mark L, Smith Theodore J, Penman Jeffery D, Shelton Todd R, Bauck Randall C, Greenhalgh David S: Method and apparatus for storing data in a removable cartridge. Iomega, March 19, 2003: EP1292949-A2

An information storage device (10, 510, 610, 710) includes a cradle (12, 512, 612, 712) which can removably receive a cartridge (11, 411, 511, 611, 711). The cartridge contains a rotatably supported disk (91, 326-327), and a pivotal actuator arm (101) which supports a read/write head (107, 331-334) ...


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Fred Thomas Fred Thomas
Wilke Thomas A, Bracken Allen T, Watson Brent J, Thomas Fred C Iii, Deforest Marvin R, Ogden Dennis D, Reimann Mark L, Smith Theodore J, Penman Jeffery D, Shelton Todd R, Bauck Randall C, Greenhalgh David S: Method and apparatus for storing data in a removable cartridge. Iomega Corporation, SMITH T Murray, December 20, 2001: WO/2001/097224

An information storage device (10, 510, 610, 710) includes a cradle (12, 512, 612, 712) which can removably receive a cartridge (11, 411, 511, 611, 711). The cartridge contains a rotatably supported disk (91, 326-327), and a pivotal actuator arm (101) which supports a read/write head (107, 331-334) ...


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Baker William P, Shelton Todd R, Smith Theodore J: Method and apparatus for managing power consumption on a bus. Iomega Corporation, SMITH T Murray, December 5, 2002: WO/2002/097593

An information storage device (10) includes a cartridge (14) removably inserted into a cradle (13) that has a drive module (18) releasably coupled to an interface module (17). The interface module can be operatively coupled by a cable (12) to a remote system. Communications through the cable conform ...


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Thomas Fred C Iii, Dixon Glenn B, Shelton Todd R, Graves Todd L, Bracken Allen T: Latent illuminance discrimination marker and system for data storage cartridges. Iomega Corporation, sKURTZ Richard E, April 1, 1999: WO/1999/016009

An object (20) or an article, such as a data storage cartridge, for a detector or reader, such as a data storage disk drive, has a latent illuminance marker. A light source (34) illuminates the marker and the marker emits illuminance as phosphorescence. A photosensor (36) detects the emitted illumin ...


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Shelton Todd R, Leader Bram: Discrete component electromagnetic coupler. Intel Corporation, Shelton Todd R, Leader Bram, VINCENT Lester J, October 9, 2008: WO/2008/121736

In some embodiments a discrete component electromagnetic coupler includes an input and an output, wherein a signal to be observed passes through the coupler via the input and the output, a coupler to transfer energy through electromagnetic effects to a second output, and a termination point to groun ...


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SHELTON TODD R, LEADER BRAM: [en] Discrete component electromagnetic coupler. Intel, November 18, 2009: GB2459999-A

[en] In some embodiments a discrete component electromagnetic coupler includes an input and an output, wherein a signal to be observed passes through the coupler via the input and the output, a coupler to transfer energy through electromagnetic effects to a second output, and a termination point to ...


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Shelton Todd R, Leader Bram: Discrete component electromagnetic coupler. Intel, Wu Shaodun, Wang Yang, January 6, 2010: CN200880006518

In some embodiments a discrete component electromagnetic coupler includes an input and an output, wherein a signal to be observed passes through the coupler via the input and the output, a coupler to transfer energy through electromagnetic effects to a second output, and a termination point to groun ...


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