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Robert M Landis, Wayne W Disanza: Nasal positive airway pressure apparatus and method. Airways, December 26, 1995: US05477852 (278 worldwide citation)

A nasal positive airway pressure device is provided having a pair of nasal members each having a cannula tip to be inserted into the nares of the patient. Each cannula is tapered from a substantially circular cross-section outside the patient's nostril to a substantially oval cross-section at the ti ...


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Robert M Landis, Wayne W Disanza: Nasal positive airway pressure mask and method. Airways Associates, August 19, 1997: US05657752 (248 worldwide citation)

A nasal positive airway pressure mask is provided having a variable orifice venting aperture member. The variable orifice venting aperture member preferably is mounted to the mask frame, but may be mounted at other locations. The variable orifice vent aperture member expands under increased pressure ...


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Ian Dryburgh, Simon Lunn, Russel Mulchansingh: Seating unit. British Airways, Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox P L L C, May 9, 2000: US06059364 (106 worldwide citation)

A seating unit (1) comprises a fixed housing (10) containing a primary seat with a reclinable back arranged to recline in such a manner that it remains within the housing. The seating unit is suitable for a aircraft cabin and may further comprise a leg-rest arranged to cooperate with the seating por ...


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David Ferry, Adam Bernard Wells, Luke Miles, Andrew Leslie Lawler, Simon Frederick Mills, Gary Doy, David Edward Starkey: Seating system and a passenger accommodation unit for a vehicle. Virgin Atlantic Airways, RatnerPrestia, April 28, 2009: US07523888 (70 worldwide citation)

A passenger seat assembly for a vehicle, particularly an aircraft, which is adapted to provide self-contained, individual seating and sleeping accommodation for a passenger, said seat assembly comprising: supporting structure (42) for supporting said assembly off the floor of a vehicle; one or more ...


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Jonathan Laycock Speirs, Anthony Roy Fozard: Lighting system for an aircraft cabin. British Airways, Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox P L L C, October 14, 1997: US05677603 (39 worldwide citation)

The lighting system for an aircraft cabin includes multiple illuminating units for distribution about a cabin. Each illuminating unit includes at least one variable light source providing light of a known characteristic and that is energizeable independently of other illuminating units. A controller ...


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Matthew Round, Martin Darbyshire: Seating unit. British Airways, Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox P L L C, February 20, 2007: US07178871 (37 worldwide citation)

A seating unit for a vehicle has a pair of seats facing in opposite directions with each seat having a seating space for receiving the seated body of an occupant and an extension space in which the legs of the occupant may be placed. The seats are positioned on each side of a notional dividing axis ...


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Noboru Toyama, Masaru Fujita, Osamu Ono, Hisaji Nakamura: Mobile receiver for satellite broadcast during flight. Nippon Hoso Kyokai, All Nippon Airways, Shapiro and Shapiro, October 14, 1997: US05678171 (34 worldwide citation)

A mobile receiver for satellite broadcast comprises directive antennas, a navigation unit for generating a navigation signal representing a position and an attitude of an airplane, a control unit for generating a control signal for controlling the antennas, on the basis of the navigation signal from ...


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Charlton David, Jeffroy Robert Douglas, Morgan Philip Guy Howell, Mornement John: Electronic reservation system. British Airways, March 6, 2002: GB2366403-A (33 worldwide citation)

In a web-based reservation system, the user enters requirements such as routes and date ranges at a terminal and submits them to a web server which retrieves a corresponding data set from a reservation database. The user then enters a query that is applied to the retrieved data set to extract a subs ...