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Improvements in or relating to stereoscopic viewing apparatus. Randolph Gordon Wilson, William David Silver, June 30, 1954: GB711367-A (6 worldwide citation)

711,367. Optical apparatus. WILSON, R..G., and SILVER, W. D. July 9, 1952 [July 30, 1951], No. 17972/51. Class 97(1) Pictures of a stereoscope pair are viewed in. superposition, directly or after projection, using a light combining system consisting of two right angled prisms with their hypotenuse f ...


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Improvements in devices for effecting image analysis applicable to television. Randolph Gordon Wilson, William David Silver, November 30, 1937: GB475999-A

475,999. Television. WILSON, R. G., and SILVER, W. D. Feb. 3, 1937, No. 3185. [Class 40 (iii)] Relates to scanning devices wherein the image or screen is scanned in two or more contiguous sections, each section being scanned during one revolution of a revolving scanning device such as a mirror drum. ...


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Improvements in or connected with television apparatus. Randolph Gordon Wilson, Horace Edward Dall, December 3, 1931: GB362208-A

362,208. Mounting reflectors. WILSON, R. G., 4, Upper Berkeley Street, Mayfair, London, and DALL, H. E., 186, Dunstable Road, Luton. Jan. 10, 1931, No. 902. [Class 97 (i).] In a television system employing a rotating wheel or drum carrying mirrors or reflecting prisms, each mirror or prism is mounte ...


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Improvements in or relating to television or the like receiving apparatus. Ernest Lett Gardiner, Randolph Gordon Wilson, June 15, 1931: GB350512-A

350,512. Television. GARDINER, E. L., 45, York Avenue, East Sheen, London, and WILSON, R. G., Solheimar, Shackleford, Godalming, Surrey. Feb. 14, 1930, No. 5015. [Class 40 (iii).] An exploring device 2 has a, plurality of small gas-filled discharge tubes 1, which pass successively through a highfreq ...


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Improvements in or relating to television, photo-telegraphic or the like systems andapparatus. Randolph Gordon Wilson, March 24, 1932: GB369335-A

369,335. Television. WILSON, R. G., Solheimar, Shackleford, Godalming, Surrey. Feb. 11, 1931, No. 4278. [Class 40 (iii).] In a television or photo-telegraphic system, a scanning device or photo-sensitive surface arranged to explore an area of a fixed shape is utilized for the transmission of an obje ...


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Improvements in or relating to synchronous alternating current motors particularly for use in television or like systems. Alexander Ambrose Waters, Randolph Gordon Wilson, February 11, 1932: GB366622-A

366,622. Synchronous movements. WATERS, A. A., 16, Selbourne Road, Luton, and WILSON, R. G., Solheimar, Shackleford, Godalming, Surrey. Nov. 17, 1930, No. 34550. [Class 40 (iii).] A n unwound toothedarmature synchronous 'motor, more particularly for use in television or telephotogr a ph i c systems, ...


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Improvements in or relating to exploring devices for use in television, photo-telegraphic or like systems. Randolph Gordon Wilson, Alexander Ambrose Waters, April 2, 1931: GB345770-A

345,770. Television. WILSON, R. G., Solheimar, Shackleford, Godalming, Surrey, and WATERS, A. A., 16, Selbourne Road, Luton. Feb. 17, 1930, No. 5248. [Class 40 (iii).] An exploring device embodies a pair of similar cylinders or rollers 1, 2 of equal diameter, eccentrically mounted on spindles 3, 4 a ...