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Lee A Owen: Airport surface vehicle identification. Norden Systems, Patrick J O Shea, August 2, 1994: US05334982 (59 worldwide citation)

An airport vehicle identification system includes a ground surveillance radar system which radiates both a conventional radar signal and a beacon interrogation signal. The radar receives i) a backscatter signal from the skin returns of a target and ii) an encoded ID signal indicative of the target i ...


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Paul M Danzer, Leonard A Carlson: Airport surface aircraft locator. Westinghouse Norden Systems, C O Edwards, June 25, 1996: US05530440 (53 worldwide citation)

A system for identifying the location of an aircraft on the surface of an airport includes a plurality of low power FM transmitters located along the boundaries of runway and taxiways. Each transmitter provides an FM signal having a common carrier frequency and each FM signal is encoded with unique ...


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Richard A Fitts: Airport surface vehicle identification system and method. Norden Systems, March 21, 1995: US05400031 (50 worldwide citation)

An airport vehicle identification system for improving airport traffic management and collision avoidance, includes a ground surveillance radar and a plurality of low power frequency translators located in spaced relationship about the surface of the airport. The radar system transmits a conventiona ...


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Kevin W Lindell: Method and apparatus for responding to an interrogation signal. Westinghouse Norden Systems, Christopher O Edwards, September 26, 1995: US05453748 (23 worldwide citation)

A transponder receives a stable reference frequency transmitted from an interrogator and compares the stable reference frequency to a local oscillator frequency that has short term stability. A comparison signal is provided to a synchronous oscillator for providing a locked signal that briefly locks ...


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Russell A Budzilek, Dominic L Monarchie, Myroslaw Podoba, Richard R Swatson: Sunlight viewable thin film electroluminescent display. Westinghouse Norden Systems, August 29, 1995: US05445898 (21 worldwide citation)

An AC thin film electroluminescent display panel includes a metal assist structure formed on and in electrical contact over each transparent electrode, and a light absorbing dark layer which combine to provide a sunlight viewable display panel.


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Russell A Budzilek, Dominick L Monarchie, Myroslaw Podoba, Elliott Schlam, Richard R Swatson: Color thin film electroluminescent display. Westinghouse Norden Systems, Christopher O Edwards, August 29, 1995: US05445899 (16 worldwide citation)

A multi-color TFEL display includes a low ohm metal assist structure in electrical contact with the transparent electrodes to improve display brightness, and a light absorbing dark layer to increase display contrast.


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Russell A Budzilek, Dominic L Monarchie, Elliot Schlam, Richard R Swatson: Sunlight viewable thin film electroluminscent display having darkened metal electrodes. Westinghouse Norden Systems, C O Edwards, May 28, 1996: US05521465 (12 worldwide citation)

An AC thin film electroluminescent display panel includes a metal assist structure formed on and in electrical contact over each transparent electrode, and light absorbing darkened rear electrodes which combine to provide a sunlight viewable display panel.


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James J Alimena, Richard J Briones: Channel switching interferometric AMTI radar. Northrop Grumman Norden Systems, September 24, 1996: US05559515 (11 worldwide citation)

An AMTI radar system utilizes a three-aperture interferometric antenna having substantially identical beamwidths on each of the three receiving channels. A switching network connected to first the left and center aperture and then the center and right aperture alternates during each pulse repetition ...


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Joseph A Ficarra, Charles Olson: Broadband communications system. Westinghouse Norden Systems, C O Edwards, December 12, 1995: US05475707 (10 worldwide citation)

A signal of bandwidth F.sub.max is unambiguously transmitted over a datalink having a bandwidth less than F.sub.max by subdividing the signal into a plurality of subspectrums and bandshifting the subspectrums greater than the datalink bandwidth to baseband. Each bandshifted subspectrum is uniquely e ...


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Russell A Budzilek, Dominic L Monarchie, Elliot Schlam, Richard R Swatson: Sunlight viewable thin film electroluminescent display having a graded layer of light absorbing dark material. Westinghouse Norden Systems, May 14, 1996: US05517080 (9 worldwide citation)

An AC thin film electroluminescent display panel includes a metal assist structure formed on and in electrical contact over each transparent electrode, and a graded layer of light absorbing dark material which combine to provide a sunlight viewable display panel.