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Spindt Charles A, Heynick Louis N: Field ionizer and field emission cathode structures and methods of production. Stanford Research Institute, May 23, 1972: US3665241 (226 worldwide citation)


Field-forming devices primarily useful as field ionizers and field emission cathodes and having as a basic element an array of closely spaced cones with sharp points supported on a substrate (in the most usual case conductive or semiconductive) are disclosed. Preferably, the field-forming structure ...


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Larry C Wadsworth, Solomon P Hersh: Method of making fibrous electrets. Surgikos, March 8, 1983: US04375718 (174 worldwide citation)


A process of manufacturing an electrostatically charged filtration medium is disclosed. A web made of nonconductive thermoplastic fibers is contacted on each side with a more conductive web to form a combined web. The combined web is charged with electrically charged particles from corona charging e ...


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Magne H Nerheim, Steven N D Brundula, Nache D Shekarri, Patrick W Smith: Systems and methods for modular electronic weaponry. TASER International, William R Bachand, August 17, 2010: US07778004 (154 worldwide citation)


An apparatus produces contractions in skeletal muscles of a target to impede locomotion by the target. The apparatus is used with a provided deployment unit that deploys an electrode away from the apparatus. The electrode conducts a current through the target. The apparatus includes a bus; a plurali ...


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Spindt Charles A, Heynick Louis N: Methods of producing field ionizer and field emission cathode structures. Stanford Research Institute, Faubion Urban H, May 28, 1974: US3812559 (146 worldwide citation)


Field-forming devices primarily useful as field ionizers and field emission cathodes and having as a basic element an array of closely spaced cones with sharp points supported on a substrate (in the most usual case conductive or semiconductive) are disclosed. Preferably, the field-forming structure ...


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Lawrence G Decker, Janet R Poston, Edward F Hume: Pulsed-laser detection with pulse stretcher and noise averaging. Cincinnati Microwave, Limbach & Limbach, April 27, 1993: US05206500 (103 worldwide citation)


A photodetector receives an optical signal and converts it an electrical signal. A pulse stretcher converts the electrical signal into a first signal which is characterized by having an increased pulse width relative to the electrical signal. A noise averager converts the electrical signal into a se ...


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Ray J King: Corona discharge apparatus. The Electrogesic Corporation, Mason Fenwick & Lawrence, May 31, 1994: US05317155 (101 worldwide citation)


A power amplifier for use in medical and veterinary testing and therapy. A tunable pulse-width-modulated signal generator is connected to a gating element to provide a digital waveform suitable for comprehensive control of the waveform shape and average output power provided by the apparatus. The di ...


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Hiroshi Yonekura, Koki Tamagawa: Electrostatic chuck. Shinko Electric, Rankin Hill & Clark, September 20, 2011: US08023248 (95 worldwide citation)


An electrostatic chuck includes a dielectric layer 30 formed with an attraction and fix face onto which a plate member 10 is attracted and fixed, wherein the attraction and fix face of the dielectric layer 30 is formed with a plurality of projection parts 32 each with only a tip face abutting the pl ...


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Deardurff Lawrence R: Electrical lead. Owens Corning Fiberglass Corporation, Staelin & Overman, March 19, 1974: US3798589 (94 worldwide citation)


An electrical lead suitable for use in ignition systems for internal combustion engines including an electrical conductor fully surrounded by insulation with an exposed conductor portion extending from the insulation at one end of the lead; and an electrically conductive termination cap fastened at ...


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Ronald D Matthews, Steven P Nichols, William F Weldon, Mark M Koeroghlian, Richard W Faidley: Miniature railgun engine ignitor. Board of Regents The University of Texas System, Arnold White & Durkee, May 18, 1993: US05211142 (70 worldwide citation)


A plasma ignitor system capable of injecting a high energy plasma jet into a combustion chamber of an internal combustion engine or continuous combustion system. The plasma ignitor features a high energy current pulse source and a geometrically configured coaxial, dual-rail or three-rail ignitor sys ...



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