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Rodney C Polen: Portable dance floor. Arthur G Yeager, Earl L Tyner, June 3, 1997: US05634309 (126 worldwide citation)

A dance floor of assemblable square sections that are held together magnetically and are aligned by male/female couplers and ramp members attachable to the outer perimeter of the assembled square sections.


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Jeffrey L Parker, Edward Parker: Temperature control system. Parker Electronics, Arthur G Yeager, March 3, 1987: US04646964 (119 worldwide citation)

A temperature control system used in association with a heating and cooling system supplying warm or cool air to a duct system for maintaining accurate temperature in a zone of multiple zones utilizing a microcomputer based thermostat for modulating a damper assembly in the duct system feeding the z ...


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Jeffrey L Parker, David F Sorrells, John D Mix, Richard P Daber: Remote tracking system for moving picture cameras and method. ParkerVision, Arthur G Yeager, November 7, 1995: US05465144 (119 worldwide citation)

The system includes a mobile remote unit sensitive to infrared (IR) signals transmitted by a base or stationary unit and an IR transmitter which is placed behind a rotating lens whose position at any time is known with precision resulting in the IR signal being "scanned" across an area. The remote u ...


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Leo Vela, Thurman Sasser, Roger L Martin: Shoppers communication system and processes relating thereto. Arthur G Yeager, Earl L Tyner, November 21, 1989: US04882724 (109 worldwide citation)

A communication system for a marketing area locates a light signal generating system and a master computer at a control center and delivers message bearing light signals over optical channels to predetermined subdivisions of the marketing area. Message relay units are provided on the shopping carts ...


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Robert L Wiesemeyer: Streamlined truck with semitrailer. Arthur G Yeager, May 24, 1988: US04746160 (105 worldwide citation)

Highway truck with semitrailer, with or without a second trailer, with spaces between tractor and semitrailer, and between semitrailer and second trailer covered to provide streamlining and with skirts on both sides extending to immediately above ground level between wheels.


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Jeffrey L Parker, Edward Parker: Method and system for controlling a single zone HVAC supplying multiple zones. Parker Electronics, Arthur G Yeager, Earl L Tyner, June 5, 1990: US04931948 (104 worldwide citation)

An improved monitoring and control system for a heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) unit which provides zone control in plural zones in which each zone includes a thermostat which controls a damper for its zone. One thermostat is selected and programmed to function as a monitor or maste ...


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Randy N Brown: Shoe with detachable sole and heel. Arthur G Yeager, May 24, 1988: US04745693 (99 worldwide citation)

A shoe having an upper portion and a sole-and-heel portion which portions are releasably joined together by a circumferential zipper connection means.


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Teddy Garcia: Mop with removable interchangeable work pads. Arthur G Yeager, May 30, 1995: US05419015 (94 worldwide citation)

A mop having a head attached to a handle and a rectangular work pad removably attached to a rectangular flat surface of the head by fabric hook fasteners. The hook fasteners are located in recessed areas of the corners so that the hooks extend downwardly slightly below the lower surface of the head ...


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Walter P Scott: Medical implantation device. Arthur G Yeager, September 6, 1983: US04402308 (91 worldwide citation)

An injector for implanting materials comprising a hollow tubular sheath with a sharpened point suitable for injecting into human tissue and a slotted needle slidably and rotatably mounted inside said sheath, the sheath being retractable to expose any portion or all of the slotted needle, and the nee ...


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Jeffrey L Parker, David F Sorrells, John D Mix, Richard P Daber: Remote tracking system for moving picture cameras and method. ParkerVision, Arthur G Yeager, December 7, 1993: US05268734 (90 worldwide citation)

The system includes a mobile remote unit sensitive to infrared (IR) signals transmitted by a base or stationary unit and an IR transmitter which is placed behind a rotating lens whose position at any time is known with precision resulting in the IR signal being "scanned" across an area. The remote u ...



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