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Charles M Hanson, Vaughn J Koester, Robert D Fallstrom: Head mounted video display and remote camera system. Varo, Baker & Botts, April 2, 1991: US05005213 (260 worldwide citation)

A video system is disclosed having a weapon-mounted video camera (12) transmitting video signals to a remotely located video display (14). The video display is mounted to the helmet (40) of a soldier (36), and includes a sight reticle (50) superimposed on the image of the target (46) so that the sol ...


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Charles M Hanson, Vaughn J Koester, Robert D Fallstrom: Head mounted video display and remote camera system. Varo, Jerry W Mills, Roger N Chauza, November 22, 1988: US04786966 (172 worldwide citation)

A video system is disclosed having a weapon-mounted video camera (12) transmitting video signals to a remotely located video display (14). The video display is mounted to the helmet (40) of a soldier (36), and includes a sight reticle (50) superimposed on the image of the target (46) so that the sol ...


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Charles M Hanson, Vaughn J Koester, Robert D Fallstrom: Head mounted video display and remote camera system. Varo, Baker & Botts, April 6, 1993: US05200827 (113 worldwide citation)

A video system is disclosed having a weapon-mounted video camera (12) transmitting video signals to a remotely located video display (14). The video display is mounted to the helmet (40) of a soldier (36), and includes a sight reticle (50) superimposed on the image of the target (46) so that the sol ...


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Charles M Hanson, Vaughn J Koester, Robert D Fallstrom: Head mounted video display and remote camera system. Varo, Baker Mills & Glast, November 13, 1990: US04970589 (95 worldwide citation)

A video system is disclosed having a weapon-mounted video camera (12) transmitting video signals to a remotely located video display (14). The video display is mounted to the helmet (40) of a soldier (36), and includes a sight reticle (50) superimposed on the image of the target (46) so that the sol ...


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Charles M Hanson, Vaughn J Koester, Robert D Fallstrom: Head mounted video display and remote camera system. Varo, Baker Mills & Glast, November 28, 1989: US04884137 (82 worldwide citation)

A video system is disclosed having a weapon-mounted video camera (12) transmitting video signals to a remotely located video display (14). The video display is mounted to the helmet (40) of a soldier (36), and includes a sight reticle (50) superimposed on the image of the target (46) so that the sol ...


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Robert E Wallace, Wayne E Isbell: Multifunction coaxial objective system for a rangefinder. Varo, Baker & Botts, July 12, 1994: US05329347 (57 worldwide citation)

There is provided a multifunction coaxial objective system (16) for a laser rangefinder (10). The transmitter, receiver, and viewing optical systems have a common, coaxial optical axis (48). The multifunction coaxial objective system (16) includes lenses (28), (30) and mirror (32) each having a cent ...


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Paul B Mattes: Chin cup for use with military headgear. Varo, Jerry W Mills, Roger N Chauza, May 3, 1988: US04741054 (53 worldwide citation)

A chin cup arrangement (10) is disclosed having a foam chin cup (32). The chin cup foam (32) is adhered to a canvas interface (33). The composite foam and canvas structure is coated with a vinyl/nitrile mixture, pigmented to a dark color with a finely powered carbon. A pair of straps (20, 26) are th ...


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William A Kastendieck, Richard T Hart: Night vision goggle headgear. Varo, Jerry W Mills, Roger N Chauza, November 3, 1987: US04703879 (52 worldwide citation)

A headgear (10) for supporting a night vision goggle (12) to the head of a wearer. A flexible temporal strip (18) is joined to a flexible crown strip (20) in the forehead region, at which juncture a pair of integral rails (74, 76) suspend the goggle (12) therefrom. The temporal strip (18) and crown ...


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Don McDade, Mathew Mahmoudi, Birnam R Tompkins: Two transistor flyback switching converter with current sensing for discontinuous operation. Varo, Jerry W Mills, Roger N Chauza, June 28, 1988: US04754385 (50 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a dual transistor flyback converter having a pair of synchronously driven switching transistors (20, 36) for switching voltage to a primary (12) of a flyback transformer (10). When driven into a cutoff state, transistor (36) isolates switching transistor (20) from the supply voltage (V1 ...


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T Allen Blaske, Terry J Hendricks: Method and apparatus for fabricating a thermoelectric array. Varo, Jerry W Mills, Gregory M Howison, Nina Medlock, January 15, 1985: US04493939 (48 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for fabricating a thermoelectric device includes forming a matrix board (12) with an array of orifices (100) formed therein. A plurality of P-type thermoelements (96) are formed and then a vacuum chuck (92) is utilized to dispose alternating ones of the elements (96) into the ...