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Keating Iii John J, Martini Rainer: Three-dimensional imaging system using optical pulses, non-linear optical mixers and holographic calibration. Stevens Inst Technology, October 11, 2006: EP1709617-A2 (1 worldwide citation)

A three dimensional imaging system is disclosed which includes a three dimensional display (12), three-dimensional calibration equipment (16), and one or more two-dimensional (15) or three dimensional (14) image scanners. The three-dimensional display (12) uses optical pulses (32a-32k) and a non lin ...


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White Patrick, Girard Nicolas: Multi-access terminal wiht capability for simultaneous connectivity to multiple communication channels. Stevens Inst Technology, August 1, 2007: EP1813063-A2 (1 worldwide citation)

An apparatus is disclosed for permitting a mobile terminal having multiple, heterogeneous network connections (e.g., multiple wired or wireless transceivers of various types) to set up and maintain virtual connections over multiple networks to either the same or to multiple destinations. The mobile ...


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SHAH JECKIN, MARCUS NORMAN, STELLAR RYAN, SILVA DANIEL: [fr] Appareil permettant de diagnostiquer la douleur musculaire, [de] Gerät zur Diagnose von Muskelschmerz, [en] Apparatus for diagnosing muscular pain. STEVENS INST TECHNOLOGY, February 24, 2010: EP2156789-A1

[en] Apparatus and method for diagnosing a source of muscular pain, wherein the apparatus (10) includes a housing (12), an electrical signal generator (52) mounted within the housing (12), and a pair of electrodes (18, 20), one of which is mounted on one end (14) of the housing and the other of whic ...


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Vaman Dhadesugoor R, Noh Tai, Bose Jay D: Transparent non-disruptable atm network. Stevens Inst Technology, April 19, 2000: EP0993720-A1

A method and apparatus for the transparent, non-disruptable transfer of data, particularly multimedia data, through any packet-based network, such as an ATM network is provided. The method of the present invention includes the step of setting a primary path and a secondary path between nodes of a ne ...


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Kunhard Erich E, Becker Kurt H: Ac glow plasma discharge device having an electrode covered with apertured dielectric. Stevens Inst Technology, July 11, 2001: EP1114434-A1

A method and apparatus for stabilizing glow plasma discharges by suppressing the transition from glow-to-arc includes a perforated or apertured dielectric plate having an upper surface and a lower surface and one or more holes extending therethrough. The perforated dielectric plate (130) is position ...


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Kunhardt Erich E, Becker Kurt H: Glow plasma discharge device. Stevens Inst Technology, June 28, 2000: EP1012863-A1

A method and apparatus for stabilizing glow plasma discharges by suppressing the transition from glow-to-arc includes a perforated dielectric plate having an upper surface and a lower surface and a plurality of holes extending therethrough. The perforated dielectric plate is positioned over the cath ...


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Kunhardt Erich, Becker Kurt: Method and apparatus for stabilizing of the glow plasma discharges. Stevens Inst Technology, August 3, 2005: EP1559124-A2

A method and apparatus for stabilizing glow plasma discharges by suppressing the transition from glow-to-arc includes a perforated dielectric plate having an upper surface and a lower surface and a plurality of holes extending therethrough. The perforated dielectric plate is positioned over the cath ...


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Donskoy Dimitri M, Sutin Alexander M: Method and apparatus for acoustic detection of mines and other buried man-made objects. Stevens Inst Technology, April 26, 2000: EP0995129-A1

A device (10) which employs an acoustic signal having one or more frequencies for penetrating into ground, water, or sediments and vibrating a compliant buried object (8) is provided. When these acoustic signals encounter an acoustically compliant object (8) such as a mine, the acoustic signals vibr ...


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Donskoy Dimitri M, Sutin Alexander M: Method and apparatus for acoustic detection and location of defects in structures or ice on structures. Stevens Inst Technology, December 20, 2000: EP1060390-A1

The invention relates to a method and apparatus for nondestructive testing and evaluation of materials and mechanical structures to determine their integrity reducing contact-type flaws and presence of ice on a structure. The invention employs an ultrasonic probing signal (30) and a low frequency vi ...