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Wayne C Cannon, John T Barr IV: Vector network analyzer with integral processor. Hewlett Packard Company, Jeffery B Fromm, William C Milks III, March 28, 1989: US04816767 (105 worldwide citation)

An RF network analyzer is disclosed which is suitable for both laboratory and automated production measurements. An important feature of the invention is the ability of the user to completely specify the method of calibration to be used. In particular the user can select any three arbitrary RF stand ...


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David D Sharrit, Michael J Neering, S Bruce Donecker, Mark D Roos, Wayne C Cannon, John T Barr IV: Vector network analyzer with integral processor. Hewlett Packard Company, Jeffery B Fromm, Joseph H Smith, April 28, 1987: US04661767 (5 worldwide citation)

A precision vector network analyzer which is suitable for a wide range of applications including both laboratory and automated production measurements and testing is disclosed. New measurement capabilities, greater ease of use, and nearly complete automation are provided. Contributions include fully ...


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John T Barr IV, Michael J Neering, Douglas E Fullmer, Roger P Oblad, Wayne C Cannon, Glenn E Elmore: Vector network analyzer with integral processor. Hewlett Packard Company, Jeffery B Fromm, Joseph M Smith, February 3, 1987: US04641086 (5 worldwide citation)

A precision vector network analyzer which is suitable for a wide range of applications including both laboratory and automated production measurements and testing is disclosed. New measurement capabilities, greater ease of use, and nearly complete automation are provided. Contributions include fully ...


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Wayne C Cannon, S Bruce Donecker, Michael J Neering: Side-by-side displays for instrument having a data processing system. Hewlett Packard Company, William C Milks III, September 17, 1991: US05050107 (4 worldwide citation)

A data processing system for processing measurement instrument data is disclosed having a processor for digitally manipulating the measurement instrument data, a memory for storing the digitally manipulated data, and a display. In one preferred embodiment, the display simultaneously displays side by ...


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Wayne C Cannon, S Bruce Donecker, Michael J Neering: Terminator keys having reciprocal exponents in a data processing system. Hewlett Packard Company, William C Milks III, March 7, 1995: US05396444 (2 worldwide citation)

A data processing system for use in a measuring instrument having a keyboard with a plurality of numeric keys for entering numeric values and a plurality of terminator keys for indicating the completion of the entering of numeric values. Each of the terminator keys has associated therewith a pair of ...