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Anderson Cleophas E, Moore Darrle D, Walsh William J: Clinical fluid warmer. Thermolyne Corporation, June 29, 1971: US3590215 (79 worldwide citation)

A dry heat clinical blood warmer comprising first and second heater plates, pivotally mounted relative to each other; a thin, flat, channeled sac, having an inlet and an outlet spaced from each other, is mounted between the plates, the sac contacting both plates when the plates are closed. The elect ...


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Walsh William J, Chilenskas Albert A, Cairns Elton J, Nelson Paul A: Modular electrochemical cell. The United States Energy Research and Development Administration, Horan John A, Churm Arthur A, Glenn Hugh W, June 3, 1975: US3887396 (27 worldwide citation)

A high-temperature alkali-metal/chalcogen electrochemical cell includes a porous cathode interposed between two porous anodes within a disk-shaped housing. The electrodes are electrically separated by a cloth of insulative material and current flow is provided through a molten electrolyte which perm ...


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Smith James C, Mostafa Hatem E, Walsh William J: Thermal inkjet pen temperature control.. Hewlett Packard Co, January 25, 1989: EP0300634-A1 (26 worldwide citation)

Thermal inkjet printhead temperature control is provided in a temperature control system responsive to printhead temperature, which in the presence of printhead overheating selectively causes the printhead to stand idle, or, if multiple nozzles are available, shifts to a nozzle which is not overheat ...


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Walsh William J, Livers Joseph A, Mueller Robert S, Hill Warren R: Vehicle speed control. Eaton Yale & Towne, February 6, 1973: US3715006 (23 worldwide citation)

A device for automatically maintaining the speed of an automotive vehicle at, or substantially at, any currently existing value when same is suitably selected by the operator. The apparatus comprises means for remembering and producing a signal proportional to the speed of the vehicle at the moment ...


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Majette Mark W, Wickeraad John A, Walsh William J: Distance measuring device.. Hewlett Packard Co, January 25, 1989: EP0300823-A2 (13 worldwide citation)

A control system providing a control of position, velocity, and direction of movement of a member in an axis of freedom which employs a scale (13) having scale divisions (13a) thereon and bands or zones (A,B,C) defining limits of constant velocity control, acceleration and deceleration zone limits, ...


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Willard Roland B, Walsh William J, Larson John I: Electric test tube heater. Sybron Corporation, June 5, 1973: US3737627 (11 worldwide citation)

An electric test tube heater has a self-supporting, free-standing electric resistance heating coil of low mass attached to and electrically insulated from a support member adjustably mounted for vertical movement on an upright stand. The coil is wound about a vertical axis and has an internal diamet ...


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Gay Eddie C, Shimotake Hiroshi, Cairns Elton J, Walsh William J: Secondary electrochemical power-producing cells having mixed cathode composition. The United States of America represented by the Energy Research and, Carlson Dean E, Churm Arthur A, Glenn Hugh W, May 20, 1975: US3884715 (9 worldwide citation)

A secondary electrochemical power-producing cell including an anode containing a molten alkali metal of low electronegativity, an electrolyte containing alkali-metal ions and a cathode containing a mixture of a chalcogen and a component which reduces the activity of said chalcogen in the electrolyte ...


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Ebert Roman S, Berryman Warren P, Bontemps Fredrick J, Bucher William A, Leahy Scott J, Novak Peter D, Walsh William J: Method and apparatus for transporting cdma traffic over umts-compatible cpri interface. Motorola, July 26, 2007: JP2007-189675 (2 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To transport CDMA baseband data over a CPRI interface.SOLUTION: A base station 155 has a processor to generate a Code Division Multiple Access ('CDMA') data frame. The CDMA data frame comprises a plurality of Basic Frames. At least one of the plurality of Basic Frames comprises ...


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Tung Thomas T, Walsh William J: Outsert for a metal container. Rexam Beverage Can Company, Tung Thomas T, Walsh William J, KLOBUCHAR Peter M, July 23, 2009: WO/2009/091821 (1 worldwide citation)

A lug-type resealable beverage container (10) is described. The lug-type resealable beverage container (10) has a metallic containment vessel (12), an annular sleeve (30), and a metallic cap. The metallic containment vessel (12) has a containment area (18) for receiving a liquid. The containment ves ...


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Canfield Brian, Mebane Janet E, Walsh William J, Xu Yinan: Method for detecting and correcting an intrusion of air into a printhead substrate of an ink jet cartridge.. Hewlett Packard Co, November 2, 1994: EP0622209-A2

An intrusion of air (22) into the ink chambers (24) of a printhead substrate (50) is a symptom of either a depleted ink supply (26) or a deprimed printhead substrate (50). When the printer (20) attempts to print with a depleted ink supply (30) or a deprimed printhead substrate (50), the printhead su ...



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