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Patente aus den USA 1976


  • Patent:US3933305 20.01.1976 John Michael Murphy : Asset value calculators
  • Patent:US3937118 10.02.1976 Leonard, Verna M. (8701 Highway 41, Fresno, CA) : Inversion sliderule
  • Patent:US3937930 10.02.1976 Thomas, Frank J. (Box 5262 Hicrest Station, Topeka, KS : Rotary slide rule for topographic calculations
  • Patent:US3937939 10.02.1976 Frenkel, Marvin : Single-hand digital calculator
  • Patent:US3944789 16.03.1976 Moffat, Jon L. (1236 - 73rd Ave. SW., Calgary, Alberta, CA) : Percent calculator
  • Patent:US3947968 06.04.1976 Rosenheck, Danny : Device for drawing ellipses
  • Patent:US3960046 01.06.1976 Choong, Alan Chong Seong : Music Teaching Device
  • Patent:US3964674 22.06.1976 Harry Van der Gaast : Menstrual cycle calculator
  • Patent:USD240935 10.08.1976 King, William L. and Hermann, Thomas L. : Commercial Teller Terminal or Similar Article
  • Patent:USD240967 10.08.1976 Sottsass, Ettore, Jr. : Accounting Machine
  • Patent:US3976984 24.08.1976 Hirasawa, Masataka Sharp Kabushiki Kaisha : Level Shifting Circuit Device
  • Patent:USD241450 14.09.1976 King, William L. and Hermann, Thomas L. : Funds Transfer Terminal or Similar Device
  • Patent:US3982104 21.09.1976 Philip M. Banner : Tide and time calculating device
  • Patent:US3986002 12.10.1976 DeMaio, Dorian A. (813 S. Catalina Ave., Apt. C, Redondo : Hand-holdable laser system computer
  • Patent:US3992610 16.11.1976 Kennedy, Jerry L. : Weight and balance calculator
  • Patent:US3995378 07.12.1976 Darnell, Eula K. (307 Baldwin, West Helena, AR 72390) : Mathematics visual teaching aid
  • Patent:US3999041 21.12.1976 Joseph Scofield : Summing calculator to assist analysis of past performance


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