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Steven E Brown, John Weaver, Ronald A Sargent, Scott W Patterson, Maurice L Stephenson: Head-up display for automobile. GEC Avionics, April 26, 1988: US04740780 (138 worldwide citation)

A head-up display for use in an automotive or other vehicle having limited space. The optical path from display symbol generator to a collimating lens is folded to fit in a relatively compact housing. Also shown is the use of the automobile windshield as a combiner glass for the display. Corrective ...


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Stafford M Ellis: Night vision viewing system. GEC Avionics, Kirschstein Kirschstein Ottinger & Israel, October 4, 1988: US04775217 (86 worldwide citation)

A helmet mounted binocular goggle night vision viewing system comprising two independent night vision viewing arrangements, one for each eye of a wearer of the helmet, supported from above the face aperture of the helmet, each viewing arrangement comprising an optical projector arranged to project a ...


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Blackmore Kevin Daryl, Walker Adrian William: Bus. Gec Avionics, February 24, 1988: GB2194085-A (52 worldwide citation)

A bus arrangement which is particularly suitable for use with systems involving transputers is disclosed, which bus is a two wire bus connected to the one pair of the INMOS link connections on a transputer (RTM), 4. Spur lines are taken off the bus to other transputers in a system, which transputers ...


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David G Steward: Display arrangements for head-up display systems. GEC Avionics, Kirschstein Kirschstein Ottinger & Israel, March 24, 1987: US04652870 (35 worldwide citation)

A display arrangement for a head-up display system e.g. for an aircraft, wherein the combiner (13) comprises a first tuned reflective optical film (39) through which an observer (14) views a distant scene and second and third tuned reflective optical films (41 and 43) positioned outside the observer ...


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Colin J Tredwell, Donald R C Price: Position indicating apparatus. GEC Avionics, Kirschstein Kirschstein Ottinger & Israel, December 13, 1988: US04791478 (32 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for indicating the position of an object in a three dimensional space is described. The apparatus includes a video arrangement for producing a stereoscopic image of a scene including the object. Overlay generators superimpose on this image a stereoscopic image of a cursor. Cursor contro ...


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Ronald Bell, Vinson A Loos, Robin D Huckaby, James E Farrer: Mounting apparatus for head-up display. GEC Avionics, Jones Askew & Lunsford, June 7, 1988: US04749256 (32 worldwide citation)

A mounting apparatus for mounting the pilot's display unit for a head-up display system in an aircraft cockpit affords a stowage position for the display unit which does not restrict the pilot's movement or obscure his vision, and further provides ease of transition between the operating and stowage ...


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Roy H Holmes, David G Irwin, David F Waghorn: Night vision systems. GEC Avionics, Kirschstein Kirschstein Ottinger & Israel, July 5, 1988: US04755664 (31 worldwide citation)

A vehicle night vision system comprising a headgear mounted night vision goggle 11 incorporating an image intensifier which produces an intensified image of a scene forward of the goggle superimposed on a user's direct view of the scene through the goggle wherein the intensity of the image produced ...


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Stafford M Ellis: Rack mounted circuit module. GEC Avionics, Kirschstein Kirschstein Ottinger & Israel, December 29, 1987: US04716498 (30 worldwide citation)

An electric circuit module suitable for mounting in a rack, e.g. by sliding action, in parallel spaced relationship with other similar modules, comprising a shallow box (111) having two heat conductive parts (113 and 115) each comprising one major wall of the box. The electrical components (139) of ...


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George Brown: Guidance systems. GEC Avionics, Spencer & Frank, July 22, 1986: US04602336 (27 worldwide citation)

A guidance method which enables a moving body to be guided to a predetermined location by allowing the body to view its surroundings and to compare the viewed scene with a reference pattern stored on the body. A number of individual reference patterns are stored, and each reference pattern correspon ...


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Stafford M Ellis: Night vision systems. GEC Avionics, Kirschstein Kirschstein Ottinger & Israel, April 28, 1987: US04660943 (27 worldwide citation)

A night vision system comprising a helmet (1) having a transparent visor (13 or 15) before or movable to a position before the eye positions (IL, IR) of an observer wearing the helmet and a night vision device (19) having two eye pieces (22L, 22R), one for each eye, supported dependant from the helm ...