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Harper Kenneth B, Tremblay Hubert J: Automatic work-repeating mechanism. Harper Associates, March 7, 1972: US3648143 (29 worldwide citation)

An electric motor-controlled device having elements corresponding to human appendages, the elements being manually movable to perform a function recorded on tape, the elements thereafter repeating the function in response to repeated playbacks of the tape.


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Tremblay Hubert J: Telephone line test isolation apparatus. Communication Systems Corporation, November 20, 1973: US3773986 (24 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed an apparatus, which is located at a subscriber equipment installation, for remotely disconnecting the subscriber equipment from the subscriber line and its associated central office equipment to facilitate testing of the central office equipment. The apparatus comprises a means fo ...


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Tremblay Hubert J, Mellien Jr Frank V: Subscriber long line extender. Communications Systems Corporation, May 2, 1972: US3660609 (13 worldwide citation)

A subscriber long line extender for use in the subscriber loop of a telephone network to extend the operating limits for the subscriber lines connecting a subscriber telephone to the central office equipment and the central office voltage source comprising a signalling circuit which is operably conn ...


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Harper Kenneth B, Tremblay Hubert J: Automatic work repeating mechanism. Harper Associates, July 25, 1972: US3679923 (1 worldwide citation)

A direct current electrical motor haVing a commutator formed of conductor elements and spaced rings thereon with first brushes engaging the elements and additional brushes engaging the rings; the method of operating a direct current motor which involves delivering direct current pulses to some commu ...


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