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Arthur L Berman, James E Melzer: Optical collimating apparatus. Kaiser Electronics, Townsend and Townsend, August 22, 1989: US04859031 (107 worldwide citation)

An optical collimating apparatus employs a semi-reflective concave mirror and cholesteric liquid crystal element. In one embodiment, the optical collimating apparatus is used as a heads-up display device. Images in the line of sight of an observer substantially pass through a transmitter/combiner, s ...


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Arthur L Berman: Heads-up display combiner utilizing a cholesteric liquid crystal element. Kaiser Electronics, Townsend and Townsend, February 13, 1990: US04900133 (91 worldwide citation)

A heads-up display (HUD) system employs a cholesteric liquid crystal combiner, an image source, and collimating optics to combine a generated image with an image in an observer's field of view. The cholesteric liquid crystal combiner has a bandwidth, B, around a primary wavelength of maximum reflect ...


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Edmond F Roy: Electronically switched field sequential color video display having parallel color inputs. Kaiser Electronics, Townsend and Townsend, July 19, 1988: US04758884 (10 worldwide citation)

The invention uses a multiple beam cathode ray tube to write a television type raster, or frame, with the maximum data rate and writing speed reduced by a factor equal to the number of simultaneously operating beams. To overcome excessive slope in the picture, a stepped deflection is used such that ...


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James L Sayre: Precision latch assembly having means for restricting pin movement in three degrees of freedom. Kaiser Electronics, Townsend & Townsend, October 18, 1988: US04778205 (4 worldwide citation)

An improved latch assembly having a latch body adapted to be coupled to a generally fixed support, such as a chassis unit, wall or post. The latch body has a groove for removably receiving a retained pin which is adapted to be mounted on a movable structural member to be latched, such as a door, sup ...


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Chong Man Yoon, Jong Deuk Jeong, Jin Kook Park: Baking apparatus with toaster. Kaiser Electronics, Harness Dickey & Pierce, November 26, 2002: US06484623 (4 worldwide citation)

A baking apparatus with a toaster comprises a main body; a baking part disposed at one side of the main body, and having a lid mounted at an upper portion thereof so as to be opened and closed by a hinge, a pot mounting portion for receiving a pot, a first heat generator formed at an inside wall of ...


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Warren A Barnhart, Term Kovattana: Digital gain adjustment. Kaiser Electronics, Townsend and Townsend, May 17, 1988: US04745411 (2 worldwide citation)

A cathode ray tube (CRT)/deflection coil assembly is provided which includes a signature resistor for indicating the deflection sensitivity of the deflection coil. An amplifier circuit with an adjustable gain supplies current to the deflection coil. A gain adjustment circuit measures the value of th ...


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Sudhakar N Kulkarni: Cholestric liquid crystal device and a method for its manufacture. Kaiser Electronics, Marvin H Arant Kleinberg Lerner & Ram Kleinberg, March 24, 1998: US05731859 (1 worldwide citation)

A single substrate polymeric cholesteric liquid crystal (CLC) device useful in display applications such as for high efficiency polarizers and color filters is created by a process that coats a first substrate with a polyimide layer and a second substrate with an amorphous fluoropolymer layer. Both ...


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Roy Edmond F: Systeme daffichage video, Video display system. Kaiser Electronics, SMART & BIGGAR, May 17, 1994: CA1329652

VIDEO DISPLAY SYSTEM ABSTRACT OF THE DISCLOSURE The invention uses a multiple beam cathoderay tube to write a television type raster, or frame,with the maximum data rate and writing speed reduced bya factor equal to the number of simultaneously operatingbeams. To overcome excessive slope in the pict ...


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Roy Edmond F: Systeme daffichage video, Video display system. Kaiser Electronics, Kaiser Electronics, SMART & BIGGAR, January 6, 1998: CA1339621

The invention uses a multiple beam cathoderay tube to write a television type raster, or frame,with the maximum data rate and writing speed reduced bya factor equal to the number of simultaneously operatingbeams. To overcome excessive slope in the picture, astepped deflection is used such that the m ...


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Liu Ying Moh, Cuprys Lawrence M, Tompkins Richard D: Touch screen. Kaiser Electronics A Rockwell Collins Co, Liu Ying Moh, Cuprys Lawrence M, Tompkins Richard D, KLEINBERG Marvin H, July 31, 2003: WO/2003/063069

A display screen for projected images can act as a touch screen through use of IR sources with homogenizers to create an area of illumination in a plane parallel to and adjacent the screen surface. The presence of a finger or pointer reflects a portion of the illumination to a detector remote from t ...