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Trevor Marshall, Joseph Wing Tak Hui, Thomas Wong: Retractable power cord. December 30, 1997: US05701981 (71 worldwide citation)

A retractable and extendable electrical cord, for positioning in a wall and having a hollow housing, one or more reels rotatably mounted within the hollow housing, an electrical cord wound upon each reel, a retraction spring connected to each reel for rewinding the reel to retract the cord, first an ...


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Daniel Murdoch Cotton, Nader Pakdaman, James Squire Vickers, Thomas Wong: Time resolved non-invasive diagnostics system. Optonics, Joseph Bach, September 16, 2003: US06621275 (63 worldwide citation)

A system for probe-less non-invasive detection of electrical signals from integrated circuit devices is disclosed. The system includes an illumination source, collection optics, imaging optics, and a photon sensor. In a navigation mode, the light source is activated and the imaging optics is used to ...


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Michael J McGrath, Thomas Wong, Max W Hibner: Vertical cable manager. Panduit, Robert A McCann, Christopher S Clancy, October 23, 2007: US07285027 (52 worldwide citation)

Cable managers of the present invention include a panel, at least two adjacent spaced-apart projections, which define an opening therebetween, and a tab connected to at least one of the projections. The tab assists in cable routing and retention. In one embodiment, the tab extends to a distance at l ...


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Mark McCall, Thomas Wong, Marc F Moisson: Optical fiber splice tray and splice holder. Raynet Corporation, Dennis E Kovach, May 4, 1993: US05208893 (20 worldwide citation)

An optical fiber splice tube holder includes a plurality of torsion bars and cantilever bars which provide a resilient retaining force for an optical fiber splice container to be retained therein. The use of torsion bars helps distribute stress generated by a spring force of the fiber splice member ...


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Thomas Wong, Neal Ulen: Processor EMI shielding. Intel Corporation, Schwegman Lundberg Woessner & Kluth P A, June 5, 2001: US06243265 (19 worldwide citation)

A heat sink retention module provides physical support for a heat sink while providing an electrical ground path for the heat sink. The retention module includes a ground strip that maintains an electrical contact with the heat sink while contacting a circuit board ground connection. In one embodime ...


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Thomas Wong, Neal Ulen, Peter Davison, Ketan Shah: Integrated circuit heat sink support and retention mechanism. Intel Corporation, Schwegman Lundberg Woessner & Kluth P A, May 13, 2003: US06563213 (17 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides an improved heat sink retention assembly, such that the heat sink is physically supported by a base rather than by an integrated circuit. Traditional heat sinks have an alignment feature that physically aligns and supports the heat sink by contact of the feature with a ...


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Daniel Murdoch Cotton, Nader Pakdaman, James Squire Vickers, Thomas Wong: Time resolved non-invasive diagnostics system. Credence Systems Corporation, Sughrue Mion PLLC, Joseph Bach, May 29, 2007: US07224828 (16 worldwide citation)

A system for probe-less non-invasive detection of electrical signals from integrated circuit devices is disclosed. The system includes an illumination source, collection optics, imaging optics, and a photon sensor. In a navigation mode, the light source is activated and the imaging optics is used to ...


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Thomas Wong, Michael Crocker, Peter Davison, Mike MacGregor, Joe Benefield: Cover for an electronic cartridge. Intel Corporation, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, February 22, 2000: US06028771 (16 worldwide citation)

A cover for a substrate of an electronic assembly. The cover may include a snap-in pin that can be inserted through an opening of the substrate. The cover may also have a barbed pin that exerts a force onto the substrate. The force secures the pin to the substrate. The snap-in pin and barbed pin may ...


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Mark McCall, Donald Del Fava, Thomas Wong, Lowell I Koht: Pressure clamp for telecommunications closure. Raynet Corporation, Herbert G Burkard, May 24, 1994: US05315489 (15 worldwide citation)

A telecommunications closure (1) includes a pressure clamp (21) for sealingly clamping mating parts (47, 48) of the closure together so as to form a water tight seal. The clamp member requires no tools during installation and creates no uncertainty as to the generation of appropriate clamp pressure ...


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Wayne V Krill, Richard P Taylor, Thomas Wong: Apparatus and method for drying fibrous web material. James River Corporation of Nevada, Stanley M Teigland, August 25, 1987: US04688335 (15 worldwide citation)

A dryer for paper and similar fibrous web materials including a dryer roll having an outer cylindrically-shaped wall, a radiant heat source within the dryer roll adapted to heat the wall substantially uniformly about the entire periphery thereof, and nip-forming means forming a pressure nip with the ...