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William S Akel, Paul K Schilling, Eric L Solberg: Distributed on-line money access card transaction processing system. Albert O Cota, October 10, 1995: US05457305 (297 worldwide citation)

A distributed on-line transaction processing system (10) that functions with to any existing credit card and debit bank card processing center (18). The system (10) consists of a customer data-input station (14), a customer service station (16) and a customer transaction booth (20). The system is op ...


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Sarbuland Khan: Disposable fecal compartmenting diaper. Albert O Cota, November 6, 1990: US04968312 (194 worldwide citation)

A disposable diaper which has a liquid impervious back sheet (30) to which absorbent padding (38) is attached each having a passage therethrough with a cover (64) enclosing this hole (32) in the back sheet. A pull through insert (42) is juxtapositioned on the padding and a bag (66) is attached to th ...


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Marcello S Drago, Alexander Leon, Kenneth J Franco: Synthesized music, sound and light system. Albert O Cota, October 24, 1995: US05461188 (188 worldwide citation)

A synthesized music, sound and light system (10) that is incorporated into articles of clothing (60) such as a pair of shoes. The system (10) when activated, allows a multiplicity of lights (32) to illuminate in synchrony with the rhythmic beat of either an internal or an external music or sound pro ...


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Dexter L Meadows II, Allen J Pouratian: Automated fingerprint identification system. Albert O Cota, February 9, 1999: US05869822 (151 worldwide citation)

An atomated fingerprint identification system (10), which utilizes an encoded identification card, such as a credit card (12). When a person applies for a credit card (12) they must register a finger of their choice with the card issuance company. At the company, the finger is scanned and a composit ...


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Morten A Jensen: Perimeter weighted golf club head. Albert O Cota, December 17, 1996: US05584770 (138 worldwide citation)

A perimeter weighted golf club head which has a body (40) defining a hosel (42), a heel (44), a ridge (46) of top (74), a sole (48) and toe (50). The combination forming a front face (52) and rear wall (54). The rear wall contains an integral mating surface (56) around which a weighted skirt (60) is ...


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Francis X Palermo: Electronic neuromuscular stimulation device. Albert O Cota, October 8, 1996: US05562718 (123 worldwide citation)

An electronic neuromuscular stimulation device (10) that is operated by a computerized electronic control unit (20). The unit (20) includes at least two and preferably four output channels to which are connected a corresponding set of electrode output cables (12). Each cable has attached a positive ...


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Sarbuland Khan: Diaper with removable absorbent pad. Albert O Cota, May 30, 1989: US04834737 (107 worldwide citation)

A disposable diaper which has a liquid impervious back sheet (30) to which absorbent padding (38) is attached each having a passage therethrough with a cover (64) enclosing this hole (32) in the back sheet. A pull through insert (42) is juxtapositioned on the padding and a bag (66) is attached to th ...


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Ephraim Mendelovicz: Digital correlator. Albert O Cota, December 21, 1999: US06005903 (104 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for receiving a data stream consisting of a simultaneous plurality of time domain spread spectrum messages in the same frequency channel, wherein each message is independent and spread spectrally with a unique code. The data stream contains a subset of all known codes in use. The appara ...


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Leonard Wade: Deodorant dispenser. Albert O Cota, June 20, 1989: US04840773 (86 worldwide citation)

A liquid scent deodorant dispenser which has a structural body (20) defining a fill cavity (22) in which a threaded stem closure (24) is rotatably positioned. A fill chamber (30) is in communication with the cavity, as well as a dispensing reservoir (34) and a wick (48) lining an air chamber (38). L ...


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Andrew A Gordon: System for detecting and viewing aircraft-hazardous incidents that may be encountered by aircraft landing or taking-off. Albert O Cota, August 12, 1997: US05657009 (83 worldwide citation)

A system and method for detecting and viewing aircraft hazardous incidents such as flying aircraft and meteorological phenomena which includes microbursts, thunderstorms, tornadoes, and the wake turbulence of aircraft. The aircraft hazardous incidents are positionally and horizontally displayed to t ...



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