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James A Bixby: Apparatus for controlling exposure of a solid state image sensor array. Spin Physics, Robert F Cody, July 6, 1982: US04338514 (145 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for controlling the exposure of a solid state image sensor array monitors the semiconductor substrate current produced as charge signal accumulates during an exposure of the array to radiant energy. The exposure of the array is controlled in response to an output signal representative o ...


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Benjamin B Meckel: Magnetic target plate for use in magnetron sputtering of magnetic films. Spin Physics, Robert F Cody, November 10, 1981: US04299678 (41 worldwide citation)

The advantages of magnetron sputtering can be applied to magnetic target materials by substantially reducing the saturation magnetization of the target material temporarily, such as by heating the target material to its Curie point, and magnetron sputtering the magnetic material while in such a stat ...


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Raymond A Abraham: Reel. Spin Physics, Robert F Cody, August 2, 1977: US04039156 (37 worldwide citation)

A reel for use with a web material such as a magnetic recording tape, a photographic film, etc, wherein the reel is so designed as to enable the web to be removed from the reel without first unspooling the web from the reel. The reel comprises a first and a second flange assembly, each having a flan ...


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James A Bixby, Robert A Lentz: Coarse and fine control of segmented video playback apparatus with ancillary recording medium. Spin Physics, Robert F Cody, September 15, 1981: US04290087 (34 worldwide citation)

A system for playback of segmented video information on a tape employs an ancillary recording medium which is rotationally driven at the rotational rate of a primary segment scanning apparatus. Each segment of a video field is recorded in a respective track of the ancillary medium, the information o ...


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James A Bixby, James U Lemke, Robert A Lentz: Segmented video playback apparatus with ancillary recording medium. Spin Physics, Robert F Cody, March 11, 1980: US04193098 (34 worldwide citation)

A system for playback of segmented video information on a tape employs an ancillary recording medium which is rotationally driven at a rotation rate of the primary segment scanning apparatus. Each segment of a video field is recorded in a respective track of the ancillary medium, the information of ...


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Benjamin B Meckel, Emily I Bromley: Magnetron sputtering of magnetic materials. Spin Physics, Robert F Cody, April 13, 1982: US04324631 (33 worldwide citation)

The advantages of magnetron sputtering are applied to magnetic target materials by substantially reducing the saturation magnetization of the target material temporarily, and magnetron sputtering the magnetic material while in such a state of reduced magnetization. A technique is disclosed for using ...


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Neil J Griffith, Fredrick J Jeffers, Ward M Calaway: Magnetoresistive head employing field feedback. Spin Physics, Robert F Cody, August 3, 1982: US04343026 (29 worldwide citation)

An electrically conductive element is employed in proximity to a thin film magnetic structure. The conductive element has current applied to it which is just sufficient to maintain, by field coupling between the thin film structure and the conductive element, the given magnetic orientation of the th ...


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Frederick J Jeffers: Magnetic recording apparatus and method. Spin Physics, Robert F Cody, March 2, 1982: US04318136 (20 worldwide citation)

By recording an alternating signal in an ancillary recording medium having high coercivity, such medium will exhibit an external field of a given strength. The ancillary medium is placed in proximation to the record zone of a signal-carrying magnetic head cooperative with a primary magnetic recordin ...


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James A Bixby, James U Lemke, Robert A Lentz: Segmented video recording with segment identification codes. Spin Physics, Robert F Cody, September 1, 1981: US04287539 (20 worldwide citation)

A system for recording segmented video fields with segment identification codes includes circuitry to encode each segment of a given odd or even field with a different identification code. Further, each corresponding segment of all the other odd or even fields is likewise encoded with the same ident ...


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Steven W Brooks, John M Favrou: Web transport system. Spin Physics, Robert F Cody, March 17, 1981: US04256996 (18 worldwide citation)

A capstanless magnetic tape transport system employs supply and take-up motors, the supply motor being employed as a drag motor. The supply motor is controlled to meter tape at a predetermined speed, and the take-up motor is of such design that, in response to a constant voltage applied thereto, it ...



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