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  • 34 Fraser Rd, Framingham, MA 01702 (508) 872-1728 (508) 897-1728

Work

Company: Self employed 1979 to 2013 Address: Self-employed Position: Inventor

Education

Degree: No degree School / High School: Northeastern University 1971 to 1972 Specialities: Mathematics

Skills

Problem Solving • Microsoft Word • Microsoft Excel • Software Development • Microsoft Office • PowerPoint • Project Management • Project Coordination • Access • Technical Writing

Languages

English • German • French

Interests

science, inventing, political issues &am...

Industries

Writing and Editing

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Resumes

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Inventor

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Location:
Framingham, Massachusetts
Industry:
Writing and Editing
Work:
Self Employed - Self-employed 1979 - 2013
Inventor

Fabric Place - Fabric Place 1993 - 2006
Programmer

Travis DataTrak 1982 - 1992
Programmer
Education:
Northeastern University 1971 - 1972
No degree, Mathematics
University of Wisconsin-Madison 1964 - 1969
Master of Science (MS), Mathematics
Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1960 - 1964
Science Baccalaureate (SB), Mathematics
Skills:
Problem Solving
Microsoft Word
Microsoft Excel
Software Development
Microsoft Office
PowerPoint
Project Management
Project Coordination
Access
Technical Writing
Interests:
science, inventing, political issues & writing
Languages:
English
German
French

Publications

Us Patents

Electronic Reminder

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US Patent:
43027520, Nov 24, 1981
Filed:
Aug 8, 1979
Appl. No.:
6/064828
Inventors:
David A. Weitzler - Framingham MA
International Classification:
G08B 100
US Classification:
3403091
Abstract:
A time-keeping device for issuing reminders at predetermined times and including a computer with a memory for receiving and storing information and a processor for processing the stored information. A clock provides timing signals to the processor and an audio system records and reproduces messages on distinguishable tracks of a recorder. Information identifying a plurality of specific future times each associated with one of the tracks is introduced into the computer memory by a programmer and a selector selects and prepares any of the tracks for operative coupling to the audio system. In response to the occurrence of a specific time preset into its memory, the computer energizes a signalling device to alert an individual that activation of the audio system will produce a message reminder previously recorded on a track associated with the occurred time and automatically selected by signals from the processor.

Support Structure

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US Patent:
49073079, Mar 13, 1990
Filed:
Mar 2, 1988
Appl. No.:
7/163031
Inventors:
David A. Weitzler - Framingham MA
International Classification:
A47C 2708
US Classification:
5449
Abstract:
A support structure for use with a fluid medium and including a base for disposition in a given position; first and second buoys both buoyant in the fluid medium, the first buoy adapted for support by the fluid medium in another position displaced from the given position, and the second buoy adapted for support by the fluid medium in a different position displaced from both the given and another positions; an anchor mechnism securing the base to the first buoy so as to permit closure movement therebetween while maintaining a given maximum displacement therebetween; and a mooring mechanism securing the first buoy to the second buoy and adapted to maintain a predetermined maximum spacing therebetween while permitting relative closure movement therebetween.

Support Structure For Use With A Fluid Medium

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US Patent:
49056239, Mar 6, 1990
Filed:
Jul 18, 1988
Appl. No.:
7/220643
Inventors:
David A. Weitzler - Framingham MA
International Classification:
B63B 3500
US Classification:
114264
Abstract:
A support structure for use with a fluid medium and including a plurality of buoys adapted for arrangement in a floating array at the surface of a body of the fluid medium and mooring elements connected between the buoys and adapted to prevent any substantial relative movement therebetween in directions parallel to the array and to allow substantial relative movement therebetween in directions perpendicular to the array.
David A Weitzler from Framingham, MA, age ~79 Get Report