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Spartak Gevorgian, Anatoly Deleniv, Orest Vendik, Erik Kollberg, Erland Wikborg: Tunable ferroelectric resonator arrangement. Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson, Nixon & Vanderhye P C, June 27, 2006: US07069064 (140 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a tunable resonating arrangement comprising a resonator apparatus (10), input/output coupling (4) means for coupling electromagnetic energy into/out of the resonator apparatus, and a tuning device (3) for application of a biasing voltage/electric field to the resonat ...


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Kidd David Alan, The Robert Geoffrey, Toms James Edward: Improvements in or relating to electrical conductors for alternating current. Central Electr Generat Board, July 19, 1967: GB1076772-A (140 worldwide citation)

A magnetic alloy used in construction of an electrical conductor (see Division Hl) has a basic temperature between 0 DEG C. and 20 DEG C. and a composition nickel 35.23%, chromium 10.8%, silicon 1.05% and remainder iron.


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Mark Tuominen, Mustafa Bal, Thomas P Russell, Andrei Ursache: Nanofabrication. University of Massachusetts, Fish & Richardson P C, March 13, 2007: US07189435 (139 worldwide citation)

Pathways to rapid and reliable fabrication of three-dimensional nanostructures are provided. Simple methods are described for the production of well-ordered, multilevel nanostructures. This is accomplished by patterning block copolymer templates with selective exposure to a radiation source. The res ...


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Robert Kenny, Stuart Reeves, Keith Ford, John W Grosh, Spring Stutzman, Roger Anderson, David Wiekhorst, Fred Johnston: Cable with offset filler. ADC Incorporated, Merchant & Gould P C, February 12, 2008: US07329815 (138 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to cables made of twisted conductor pairs. More specifically, the present invention relates to twisted pair communication cables for high-speed data communications applications. A twisted pair including at least two conductors extends along a generally longitudinal axis ...


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Bart Thomeer, Robert Sorem: Composite coiled tubing apparatus and methods. Dowell A Division of Schlumberger Technology Corporation, John E Vick Jr, October 27, 1998: US05828003 (138 worldwide citation)

Products and methods relating to composite materials and their use in coiled tubing is disclosed. The composite tubing is a pressurized structure for conveying fluids downhole in a wellbore. It has a multilayered laminate that resists buckling within the wellbore and is fabricated into a hollow tube ...


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Mulvey Bernard J: Method of making fluid-blocked stranded conductor. General Electric Company, June 29, 1971: US3589121 (137 worldwide citation)

An insulated stranded conductor which is properly fluid blocked is manufactured by first coating a wire filament or strand, and then forming a stranded conductor with the coated filament as the center strand. An outer insulation is applied over the resulting stranded conductor under sufficient press ...


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Chuck Stahulak, Bruce Barnes, Wayne Heinmiller, Shadi Khoshaba, Nikhil Marathe, Henry Towster: Powered fiber cable. SBC Knowledge Ventures, Toler Schaffer, September 18, 2007: US07272281 (136 worldwide citation)

An optical fiber for information transmission contains a glass tube core wrapped in a sheath of conductive material attachable to a power source such as a battery or generator to transmit power via the conductive sheath of the fiber. Methods to transmit power via an optical fiber, together with fibe ...


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Samuel F Wood: Hot insertion power arrangement. Alantec Corporation, Brian D Ogonowsky, Skjerven Morrill MacPherson Franklin & Friel, March 10, 1998: US05726506 (136 worldwide citation)

A plug-in module receives both primary and alternate power via mating connectors on the module and on the backplane. Multilevel connectors are used so that a module being inserted first receives alternate power and ground before primary power and signal connections are made. The initial connect to t ...


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Charles E Carroll: Crush-resistant coaxial transmission line. W L Gore & Associates, Gary A Samuels, October 29, 1991: US05061823 (136 worldwide citation)

A crush, kink, and torque resistant, flexible coaxial cable having a closely spaced, spiralled rigid metal wire layer between the outer conductor of the coaxial transmission line and the outer jacket of the cable. Small size light weight, good flexibility with minimum spring-back and excellent crush ...


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Melvin E Clutter: Electrical insulator and conductor cover. Chance Company, Schmidt Johnson Hovey & Williams, November 18, 1980: US04234753 (136 worldwide citation)

An improved electrical conductor cover is provided which essentially completely surrounds an energized conductor and is resistant to inadvertent, impact-induced dislocation of the cover during use. The cover includes an elongated, tubular, conductor-receiving section and a pair of ribbed, normally b ...