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Cohen Murray F, Tarasevich Michael: Apparatus using a beam of positive ions for controlled erosion of surfaces. Kollsman Instrument Corporation, October 17, 1972: US3699334 (67 worldwide citation)

A process and apparatus for controllably eroding the surface of hard materials such as fused quartz, glass, metals and ceramics by the bombardment of the positive ions. Focused argon ions accelerated by potentials of up to 120,000 volts and with a constant beam current are controlled in direction to ...


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Tellerman Jacob: Solid state display. Kollsman Instrument Corporation, October 17, 1972: US3698793 (34 worldwide citation)

A movable element is selectively operated to press an opaque member into engagement with a selected region of a light diffusing boundary to convert such region between a light absorbing condition and a light reflecting condition. An array of movable elements can be selectively actuated to define a v ...


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Intraub Julius: Shorted turn axial driver-sensor. Kollsman Instrument Corporation, April 17, 1973: US3727463 (34 worldwide citation)

A pressure measuring system utilizes an aneroid capsule as the frequency determining mechanical feedback element of an electrical oscillator, the capsule having closely spaced diaphragm walls, each carrying a separate electromagnetic element cooperating with a separate magnetic yoke assembly. Each e ...


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Ofer R Ziv, Jack Fiore, Philip Uy, Danny Filipovich: Optical path switch and method of using thereof. Kollsman, William B Ritchie, October 28, 2003: US06639706 (27 worldwide citation)

An optical path switch and a method of using thereof, for creating two optical pathways for input light. The switch is composed of two polarizers that polarize the input light and two polarization rotators each having two positions. The polarization rotators position translates to one of two the opt ...


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Kahn Elliott H: Optical detection method for submerged objects. Kollsman Instrument Corporation, September 14, 1971: US3604803 (22 worldwide citation)

A submerged object indication system is carried from an aircraft flying above the water. A laser pulse generator directs a pulse at a small water area which may be 25 feet in diameter, and the receiver receives the air-water interface reflection which gates open a channel for receiving a submerged o ...


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Gossard Thomas F: Uhf-vhf varactor tuner amplifying band conversion. Standard Kollsman, October 3, 1972: US3696302 (21 worldwide citation)

An all channel television tuner comprises separate UHF and VHF sections each utilizing voltage controlled diode capacitance tuning and being operable to select a corresponding input signal and band converting the same in inverted relation to an intermediate frequency of about 230 MHz and a second mi ...


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Stempler Samuel, LISTL Carl A, BORONOW Eugene L: Frequency independent constant phase shift system. Corporation Kollsman Instrument, August 24, 1971: US3601708 (16 worldwide citation)

The system provides phase alignment of a pair of frequency variable symmetrical pulsations of repetitive waveform having the same instantaneous frequency. Facility is described and illustrated for comparing the relative phase of the two-wave trains and for phase shifting one of the wave trains relat ...


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Stempler Samuel, Listl Carl A, Baron Leonard: Radiation sensitive desynchronization detection system. Kollsman Instrument Corporation, January 18, 1972: US3636364 (14 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for detecting the incidence of rotational desynchronization between a pair of rotating body portions are disclosed herein. The apparatus includes an optical transmitter having an aperture for directing a beam of light energy at a rotating body portion. A modulator wheel assemb ...


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Danny Filipovich, Jack C Fiore, Robert O Ziv: Night vision goggles with pellicle. Kollsman, Night Vision Corporation, Conley Rose P C, April 30, 2013: US08431881 (11 worldwide citation)

A night vision goggle system is shown, including optical modules, a heads-up display (HUD) module, and a camera module. Each module may be added to and removed from the system without structural, electrical, or optical damage to itself or the remaining modules. Each optical module takes input light ...


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Danny Filipovich, Jack C Fiore, Ofer Robert Ziv, Philip Uy: Modular panoramic night vision goggles. Night Vision Corporation, Kollsman, Daniel L Boots, Bingham McHale, July 4, 2006: US07072107 (11 worldwide citation)

A modular binocular-like vision assembly (300) has individual interconnecting inner (320, 330) and outer (310, 340) optical modules. Each module is separately sealed and self-contained and includes image intensifier means for converting incoming light to an intensified visible image for presentation ...