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James Logan, Daniel F Goessling, Charles G Call: System for electrically distributing personalized information. James Logan, Banner & Witcoff, February 24, 1998: US05721827 (1018 worldwide citation)

An audio program and message distribution system in which a host system organizes and transmits program segments to client subscriber locations. The host organizes the program segments by subject matter and creates scheduled programming in accordance with preferences associated with each subscriber. ...


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Automatic apparatus for and method of preventing or reducing the skidding of motor-road vehicles and the like. James Logan Watkins, William Hesketh, February 7, 1921: GB158383-A (2 worldwide citation)

158,383. Watkins, J. L., and Hesketh, W. Nov. 6, 1919. No Patent granted (Sealing fee not paid). Sand and the like, distributing on wheel tracks.-To reduce sideslipping of motorvehicles &c., grit is delivered to the road wheels from a rotatable tray g by means of compressed - air apparatus automatic ...


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Differential refractometer. James Logan Waters, March 4, 1964: GB951473-A (1 worldwide citation)

951,473. Differential refractometers. J.L.L. WATERS. July 12,1961 [July 22, 1960], No. 25206/61. Heading G1A. A differential refractometer comprises a light source 10, Fig. 1, a refracting member 18 arranged to contain a reference liquid within a prism 24, and a surrounding sample liquid 28, the ind ...


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James Logan, Daniel Goessling: Time delayed digital video system using concurrent recording and playback. James Logan, Charles G Call, August 1, 2000: USRE036801

A broadcast recording and playback device employing a "circular buffer" which constantly records one or more incoming audio or video program signals and a microprocessor for accessing the memory to read a playback signal from the circular buffer to display programming material delayed from its recei ...


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Improvements in or relating to automatic mechanical advertisers. James Logan Watkins, Harry Smith, Frederick William Cunningham, April 9, 1925: GB231552-A

231,552. Watkins, J. L., Smith, H., and Cunningham, F. W. Aug. 21, 1924. Prisms, rotating.-Signs of the type comprising multiple prismatic elements disposed parallel to one another and co-operating to form a composite display surface are intermittently operated by a uniformly rotating motor by cam f ...


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FITTS JAMES LOGAN: [en] Improvements in and relating to Valves.. FITTS JAMES LOGAN, June 30, 1910: GB190925767-A

[en] 25,767. Fitts, J. L. Nov. 8. Plug cocks.-Relates to a plug cock of the kind in which the plug has a number of outlet ports of different sizes. The casing 2 is provided with a conical valve seat 5 having a port 8 leading to the outlet 3. The plug 10 fits in the seating, and is held in position b ...


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Improvements in train indicators for railway stations or the like. James Logan Watkins, Antonie Watkins, May 16, 1929: GB311483-A

311,483. Watkins, J. L., and Watkins, A. Feb. 24, 1928. Elements moving always in one plane, oscillating.-A destination &c. indicator for railway platforms &c. comprises a number of pivoted semaphore arms bearing the indicia. Doublesided arms 2, carrying transparencies 3, illuminated by lamps at the ...


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Improvements in a machine for making window envelope blanks. James Logan, February 3, 1921: GB158179-A

158,179. Logan, J. June 18, 1920. Envelopes, making. - A machine for making " window " envelopes is provided with means for adjusting the patch-producing mechanism to suit blanks of different sizes, means for rendering the patch-producing mechanism inoperative in the absence of a blank in transit th ...


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Automatic safety apparatus or fender for motor, road vehicles and the like. James Logan Watkins, William Hesketh, February 7, 1921: GB158382-A

158,382. Watkins, J. L., and Hesketh, W. Nov. 6,1919. No Patent granted (Sealing fee not paid). Wheel-guards and obstruction-removers. - Relates to life-guards for motor and like vehicles of the kind in which pneumatically distendable guards are adapted to be inflated and to be moved to an operative ...