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Salera; Edmond A.
Santa Barbara, CA
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4167647 Hybrid microelectronic circuit package September 11, 1979
An electronic package including a single substrate for supporting a semiconductor device or die, an integrated circuit chip, or other electronic components on each side thereof. The substrate is configured with a plurality of cavities which are spaced around its outer periphery for r
4166451 Heat sensing instrument probe September 4, 1979
Local body heat source sensing instrumentation comprises(a) a probe including a heat conductive, metallic tip having an outer surface shaped for application in heat transfer proximity with a patient's body,(b) non-metallic material at the inner side of said tip, said material characteriz
3933149 Anisothermal differentiator January 20, 1976
Local body heat sensing instrumentation comprisesA. a probe including a tip having a surface shaped for application in heat transfer proximity with a patient's body, the tip consisting of material characterized as electrically insulative and heat conductive, andB. electrically energizable me

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