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Ruth E Yaste, Russell B Budrow: Void-free electrical conductor for power cables and process for making same. TRW, Daniel G Blackhurst, March 9, 1982: US04319074 (150 worldwide citation)

A void-free electrical conductor for power cables including a stranded electrical conductor formed of a central member and a plurality of abutting peripheral conducting members, the stranded conductor having a primary layer of electrical insulation heat shrunk about the exterior thereof and having a ...


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Barlow Harold Monteagle: Hybrid mode electric transmission line using accentuated asymmetrical dual surface waves. British Railways Board, June 6, 1972: US3668574 (150 worldwide citation)

A method and means for reducing net transmission losses and frequency dispersion within an electrical transmission line having dual conducting surfaces and carrying a hybrid mode electromagnetic wave comprising both a TEM component and a dual surface wave component. One of the two conducting surface ...


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Seaborn Jr George C: Emergency communication system. Richards Harris & Medlock, October 21, 1975: US3914692 (149 worldwide citation)

The specification discloses an emergency communication system which includes a portable unit for being carried by a wearer. The portable unit includes a radio transmitter and receiver and is operable to selectively transmit and receive coded radio signals. A console is operable to receive the coded ...


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Stamnitz Timothy Carl: Electro-opto-mechanical cable for fiber optic transmission systems.. Stamnitz Timothy Carl, June 6, 1990: EP0371660-A1 (148 worldwide citation)

An electro-opto-mechanical cable includes at least one thin-wall steel alloy tube (20) containing at least one single mode fiber (15) and a void filling gel (16) to assure the capability for transmitting low-noise optical phase data. A dielectric annulus (25) and an electrically conductive layer (50 ...


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Raymond S Kasevich, James F McQueeney, Ronald H Crooker: Method and apparatus for hyperthermia treatment. Kasevich Associates, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks, October 11, 1988: US04776086 (148 worldwide citation)

A microwave collinear antenna array applicator for in situ or in vivo treatment of tumors and/or other materials by hyperthermia is disclosed. The array consists of a plurality of harmonically related resonant coaxial antenna elements connected electrically in series to provide uniform heating along ...


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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 (147 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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Richard A Elco, David F Fusselman: Low cross and impedance controlled electric connector. Berg Technology, Daniel J Long, M Richard Page, April 21, 1998: US05741144 (147 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is an electrical connector in which the conductive and dielectric elements are arranged in a composite I-beam shaped geometry in which the conductive element is perpendicularly interposed between two parallel dielectric and ground plane elements. Low cross talk and controlled impedance are ...


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Matthias Stiene, Birgit Von Tiedemann, Jamie Roders, Lucy Macgregor, Jerry McAleer, Alan McNeilage: Paste, which can undergo screen printing for producing a porous polymer membrane for a biosensor. Inverness Medical, April 13, 2004: US06719923 (146 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a paste, which can undergo screen printing, for producing a porous polymer membrane. Said paste contains at least one polymer, one or more solvents for the polymer having a boiling point of >100° C., one or more non-solvents for the polymers (pore-forming agents) having a hi ...


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Richard J Lawrance: Low cost bipolar current collector-separator for electrochemical cells. General Electric Company, I David Blumenfeld, July 29, 1980: US04214969 (145 worldwide citation)

A bipolar current collector-separator for electrochemical cells consists of a molded aggregate of electro-conductive graphite and a thermoplastic fluoropolymer combined in a weight ratio of 2.5:1 to 16:1. The bulk resistivity of such a molded bipolar current collector-separator is less than 4.times. ...


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Donald A Duncan, Lawrence E Brown: Feedthrough connector for implantable cardiac pacer. American Pacemaker Corporation, Weingarten Maxham & Schurgin, May 1, 1979: US04152540 (145 worldwide citation)

A feedthrough connector for use on an implantable electronic cardiac pacer. A single structure provides a means for connecting a heart lead to the pacer and feedthrough into the body of the pacer. The feedthrough may include filtering means to protect against external interferences. The entire struc ...