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Joseph W Saur, Charles P Reynolds, Alfred T Black: Magnetic separation device. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, John L Forrest, Wendell R Guffey, Andrew M Lesniak, December 1, 1987: US04710472 (76 worldwide citation)

A magnetic separation device suitable for removing magnetic bead-coated cells from a system comprising a base, a plurality of magnets mounted on the base such that a sample chamber is created for holding sample containers which are to be placed in close proximity to the magnets, and a means for adju ...


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Norman M Witriol, William H Brumage, David H Cowling: Robotic vision system. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, Thomas E McDonnell, Andrew M Lesniak, August 1, 1989: US04853771 (51 worldwide citation)

A Robotic Vision System for real time operation based on a luminous fiduciary code located upon a robot and an object the robot is to operate on. The luminescent code, when irradiated, locate the position of the object relative to the robot thus allowing placement of the fiduciary codes, on the obje ...


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Henry F Gray, Richard F Greene: Field emitter array integrated distributed amplifiers. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, Thomas E McDonnell, Edward F Miles, Andrew M Lesniak, February 13, 1990: US04901028 (27 worldwide citation)

Distributed amplifiers in integrated circuit form wherein dielectric material and electrically conductive material combine to form field emitter cathodes, grids, and anodes in a module forming one or more amplifier cells embedded in a matrix of reactive impedances that form companion stripline-like ...


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Keith A Snail: Reflectometers. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, Thomas E McDonnell, Andrew M Lesniak, March 28, 1989: US04815858 (18 worldwide citation)

Systems for measuring the diffuse reflectances of various samples are constructed to include a primary mirror (e.g., an ellipsoidal mirror) and a secondary mirror (e.g., a compound parabolic concentrator) cooperating with a radiation source and a radiation detector.


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Carl J Buczek, Ronald E Belek: Cavity coupled optical condition sensor. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, Robert F Beers, Andrew M Lesniak, Richard P Lange, October 9, 1984: US04475812 (16 worldwide citation)

An optical sensor has a gain medium situated at a first location and defines one end of a resonating optical cavity. An optical fiber couples electromagnetic radiation to a predetermined point at a second location where it is directed toward a reflective surface. The physical condition to be sensed ...


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Frank Bucholtz, Alan Kersey, Anthony Dandridge: Fiber-optic accelerometer having cantilevered acceleration-sensitive mass. United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, Thomas E McDonnell, Andrew M Lesniak, April 26, 1988: US04739661 (16 worldwide citation)

An optical fiber accelerometer with a rectilinear actuator, such as a push rod, acting on a middle region of an optical fiber pass tautly strung between two supports so that linear actuator motion during sensed acceleration causes lateral displacement of the pass's middle region causing nonlinear (i ...


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William K Burns, Nicholas J Frigo, Robert P Moeller: Optical waveguide device for frequency shifting and mode conversion. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, Thomas E McDonnell, Andrew M Lesniak, August 2, 1988: US04761049 (12 worldwide citation)

Successive waveguide regions in a birefringent waveguide host electric fields oriented transverse to any optical wave propagated through the waveguide. A scheme of cascaded electrodes biased by voltage(s) applied to the electrodes dictate instantaneous field polarity. Cascaded electrodes are sited i ...


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Arrigo Addamiano, Philipp H Klein: Method of forming silicon carbide films on tantalum containing substrates. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, Thomas E McDonnell, Andrew M Lesniak, May 17, 1988: US04745007 (12 worldwide citation)

A process for forming a smooth, continuous coating of silicon carbide upon antalum carbide is disclosed, as are several useful manufacturers produced with the process. A tantalum carbide substrate may be formed directly upon metallic tantulum articles by disclosed means. The material formed with thi ...


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Larry W Kraft, Robert F Brady Jr: Nonskid coating formulations. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, Thomas E McDonnell, Andrew M Lesniak, July 26, 1988: US04760103 (9 worldwide citation)

A nonskid coating formulation comprising, by weight, 3 to 8% amine resins, to 13% epoxy resins, 17 to 22% pigments, fillers, and thickeners, 10 to 20% solvents and 39 to 56% aggregates.


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Christen Rauscher: OPFET demodulator-donwconverter for detecting microwave modulated optical signals. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, Thomas E McDonnell, Peter T Rutkowski, Andrew M Lesniak, August 8, 1989: US04856095 (7 worldwide citation)

A field-effect transistor performs four functions, namely signal demodulation, generation of a local oscillator signal, generation of harmonics of this local oscillator signal through frequency multiplication, and mixing of the demodulated signal with either the local oscillator signal or one of its ...