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Michael S McCormack, Paul Francis Dryer, Nicholas Mark Stapleton: System and method for signaling and detecting request for power over ethernet. 3Com Corporation, McGlew and Tuttle P C, March 18, 2003: US06535983 (277 worldwide citation)


According to the invention, an Ethernet system and method of using an Ethernet system is provided including a network side device (a hub/switch/concentrator), and a plurality of end devices (either a standard end device powered locally or a system powered device), connected to the hub/switch. The sy ...


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Michael J Ahearn, Konstantinos Baryiames, Darryl Black, Robert A Ciampa, James Emken, William Nelson, Peter J Sulc, Jing Xiang: Method and apparatus for viewing and managing a configuration of a computer network. 3Com Corporation, McGlew and Tuttle, July 20, 1999: US05926463 (265 worldwide citation)


A method and apparatus for viewing a configuration of a computer network by polling a plurality of switches and routers present in the network to obtain copies of information stored in databases on the switches and routers. The present invention determines from this combined database is the status o ...


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Georg Schlondorff, Ralph Mosges, Dietrich Meyer Ebrecht, Philipp Moll: Process and device for the reproducible optical representation of a surgical operation. G M Piaff, McGlew and Tuttle, February 16, 1993: US05186174 (247 worldwide citation)


The process comprises the steps of creating three reference points at an object and taking a tomogram of the object such that the three reference points define a first set of positional data in the tomogram. The object is then non-rigidly placed on a support for operation thereupon by an instrument ...


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Peter Furst, Harald Buchalla: Lighting device for motor vehicles. Donnelly Hohe & Co KG, McGlew and Tuttle P C, November 28, 2000: US06152590 (227 worldwide citation)


A lighting device for attachment to a motor vehicle inside a housing 4. One or more light emitting diodes 9 which emit substantially white light are employed as lighting emitters. On account of the small amount of waste heat of the light-emitting diodes 9 the lighting device can be particularly easi ...


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Georg Schlondorff, Ralph Mosges, Dietrich Meyer Ebrecht, Philip Moll: Process and device for the reproducible optical representation of a surgical operation. Georg Schlondorff, McGlew and Tuttle, February 27, 1996: US05494034 (216 worldwide citation)


The process comprises the steps of creating three reference points at an object and taking a tomogram of the object such that the three reference points define a first set of positional data in the tomogram. The object is then non-rigidly placed on a support for operation thereupon by an instrument ...


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Kenichi Mabuchi: Beauty treatment device. Bio Mabuchi, McGlew and Tuttle, January 21, 1986: US04565189 (212 worldwide citation)


A beauty treatment device having a device body, a drive unit provided in the device body and a patter driven by the drive unit wherein the patter is composed of a freely rotating roller; and freely rotating space guide wheels for maintaining the range of patting motion of the roller by depressing an ...


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Jun ichi Nishizawa, Masahiro Konishi: Solid-state image sensor with exposure controller. Fuji Photo Film, McGlew and Tuttle, September 11, 1984: US04471228 (209 worldwide citation)


A solid-state image sensor which detects the quantity of light incident on image sensor cells during exposure and performs exposure control in accordance with an exposure value thus obtained. The solid-state image sensor is provided with a photoelectric converter having a plurality of non-destructiv ...


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Jurgen Dethloff: Identification system safeguarded against misuse. McGlew and Tuttle, August 8, 1978: US04105156 (171 worldwide citation)


An identification card with interior circuits, including memory means, for use in a credit or identification system, into which the user enters a "secret" number and then the input gate to that part of the memory means is destroyed for security purposes.


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Samuel Steinemann: Plates for osteosynthesis. Institut Straumann, McGlew and Tuttle, August 26, 1980: US04219015 (170 worldwide citation)


The invention relates to an elongate plate for osteosynthesis. The plate comprises at least two screw holes and a respective hole-free longitudinal section separating each neighboring pair of the screw holes. A spacing, perpendicular to the longitudinal direction of the plate, between two mutually o ...


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Cheng Chung Wang: Inflatable article with reforming and reinforcing structure. McGlew and Tuttle, October 22, 1985: US04547919 (169 worldwide citation)


An inflatable article, having a pair of gas impervious sheets which are heat welded together at their edges to form an envelope and are provided with parallelly spaced apart longitudinal first seams to define a plurality of air compartments between the pair of sheets, is provided with a reforming an ...



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