Key operated rotary switch for disabling an automobile air bag supplemental restraint system

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The Methode Electronics, Inc. patent solves the following problem:

The present invention relates to a key operated rotary switches specifically adapted for enabling and disabling a vehicle air bag supplemental restraint system.

Our analysis of this patent is as follows:

Methode Electronics, Inc.’s patent US 6122944 A deals with Key operated rotary switch for disabling an automobile air bag supplemental restraint system.
A key operated switch is provided for the destruction of a vehicle air bag passive restraint system. The two or four position switch includes a house, a rotor, a lot rotationally operated electrical switch element, a key nagpabuga mechanism, and a positive positioning detent. The switch assembly arranged as a transverse surface of the rotor defining a key space is accessible through the housing. The key space allows an operating key manually inserted into the rotor. Or to insert the key, however, its contents, a minimum amount of force must be applied to key enough to overcome key nagpabuga mechanism. In the absence of such minimum force insertion, the key mechanism nagpabuga act expel the key from the rotor. Once inserted into the rotor, the key can be manually rotated to cause corresponding rotation of the rotor. The rotation of the rotor in turn, moves the selection electrical switch elements attached to the rotor, according to the angular position of the rotor. The electrical switch elements indicative of a race many said switch, each corresponding to a particular angular position of the rotor. In the end, the positive positioning detent force the rotor at an angular position corresponding to a different state switch elements described in the electrical switch during the period when there is no external torque is applied to the rotor.

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Anthranilate synthase gene and method of use thereof for conferring tryptophan overproduction

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The Dekalb Genetic Corporation patent solves the following problem:

Anthranilate synthase (AS) catalyzes the first reaction branching from the aromatic amino acid pathway of tryptophan biosynthesis in plants, fungi, and bacteria. The reaction catalyzed Anthranilate synthase is the conversion of chorismate Anthranilate a glutamine-dependent reaction. In microorganisms, Anthranilate synthase composed of two non-identical subunits: alpha subunit binds chorismate and eliminates the enolpyruvate side chain, and the beta subunit transfers an amino group from glutamine at position vacated enolpyruvate moiety.

Our analysis of this patent is as follows:

Dekalb Genetic Corporation’s patent US 6118047 A deals with Anthranilate synthase gene and method of use thereof for conferring tryptophan overproduction.
The present invention provides a method for conferring tolerance to an amino acid analog of tryptophan to a plant and / or modification of tryptophan in a plant by introducing and expressing a isolated DNA encoding part of a Anthranilate synthase in cells of plants. Transgenic plants transformed with an isolated DNA encoding part of a Anthranilate synthase, as well as seeds and seed obtained from these plants, given also. The present invention also provides a cDNA is an alpha and a beta subunit of a corn Anthranilate synthase.

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Integrated emergency medical transportation database system

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The Jones; Scott J., , Hutton; Kevin C. patent solves the following problem:

This invention relates to an integrated system of medical database. More specifically, this invention relates to a medical database for emergency medical transportation industry.

Our analysis of this patent is as follows:

Jones; Scott J., , Hutton; Kevin C.’s patent US 6117073 A deals with Integrated emergency medical transportation database system.
An integrated medical database system for business emergency medical transportation disclosed. The system includes a dispatch module, clinical module, administration module and billing module. Each module to communicate data with one or more other modules to form a system for use in data sharing, thus achieving an end-to-end automation emergency care in medical accounting. Internal consistency checks made by the system to ensure that proper treatments made according to a choice diagnosis.

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GPS receiver fault detection method and system

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The Honeywell Inc. patent solves the following problem:

Often, the Global Positioning System (GPS) provides basically two fundamental quantities from each available GPS satellites, for example, the space vehicle (SV). These two fundamental quantities include a pseudo measure and SV position. While GPS, himself, is often thought of as a position determination systems, measurements using the GPS signal process really count delta position, ie, a change or difference in a position with respect to a second position. The computation was made after the receipt of GPS signals from one or more GPS SVs by one or more GPS antenna / receiver sets. The two positions can be, for example, a current position with respect to a previous position, a position of an antenna with respect to another antenna at a particular time ( or relative position therebetween), or a current relative position with respect to a past relative position.

Our analysis of this patent is as follows:

Honeywell Inc.’s patent US 6114988 A deals with GPS receiver fault detection method and system.
A GPS receiver fault detection method for use in a GPS attitude determination system having Q Receivers, with Q> 3, includes providing R attitude solutions using subsets of P Receivers and signals from two or more space vehicles, which 3PQ-1. Post-update measurement residual sets as the number R solution determined attitude. Each of the post-update measurement residual sets corresponding to one of the solutions that nature. "S" Receiver errors detected by comparing the R post-update measurement residual sets, which 1SQ-3. A fault system Receiver detection to comply with procedures described.

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Method and apparatus for accessing patient insurance information

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The Berger; Richard S., , Witt; Michael A. patent solves the following problem:

The present invention relates to an improved method and apparatus that patient information has been entered and processed.

Our analysis of this patent is as follows:

Berger; Richard S., , Witt; Michael A.’s patent US 6112986 A deals with Method and apparatus for accessing patient insurance information.
Disclosed is a method and apparatus for data management and related management and service systems in health care, and more particularly to a managed insurance system that diminishes the role of the palace anon with insurance companies by putting important information in a credit card-like medium inexpensively produced by the insurance companies and easily scan into the computer in the office, hospital, or individual lab . device has a view of some of the data and insurance information in one or more areas. card can be coated with a transparent protective laminate material.

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