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Alireza S Kaviani, Steven D Brown: Computational field programmable architecture. David Greer, Barrigar & Moss, October 31, 2000: US06140839 (203 worldwide citation)

A computational field programable architecture targeted for compute intensive applications. The architecture is hierarchical and includes, for implementation of data path circuits, clusters of programable logic blocks that are designed to provide area-efficient realization of common arithmetic struc ...


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Alexander Thomas Hermary, Terrance John Hermary: Co-planar electromagnetic profile scanner. Robert H Barrigar, Barrigar & Moss, November 16, 1999: US05986745 (110 worldwide citation)

A co-planar system for determining the shape and dimensions of a surface of an object includes a projector for projecting in a selected plane onto the object a spatially coded pattern of radiation, e.g., light. The system also includes a receiving device capable of imaging the reflected pattern in t ...


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Alexander T Hermary, Terrance J Hermary: Electromagnetic profile scanner. Robert H Barrigar & Moss Barrigar, March 25, 1997: US05615003 (106 worldwide citation)

A system for determining the shape and dimensions of a surface of an object includes a projector for projecting onto the object a spatially coded pattern of radiation, e.g., light. The system also includes a receiving device capable of imaging the reflected pattern, and a discriminator for determini ...


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John Klippenstein: Pneumatic retractable syringe. L O M Laboratories, Robert H Barrigar & Moss Barrigar, February 9, 1999: US05868713 (83 worldwide citation)

A pneumatic retractable syringe in which the needle is retracted into the barrel of the syringe following use by compressed gas that is released from a gas reservoir when the gas reservoir is ruptured by applying force to the plunger after injection is completed.


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Paul K Beatenbough, Kris J Meekins, Clark E Stohl: Spiral ripple circumferential flow heat exchanger. Long Manufacturing, Barrigar & Moss, September 6, 1994: US05343936 (60 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to an improved energy exchange structure, comprising generally parallel plates,connected to define a hollow passageway for the generally circumferential flow of fluid between an inlet and an outlet, said plates undulating in cross-section to define obliquely disposed crossing o ...


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John M Friend, William C Friend: Retractable sheath for hypodermic needle. Barrigar & Moss, May 16, 1995: US05415645 (51 worldwide citation)

A retractable sheath for a hypodermic needle is shown for preventing accidental needle pricks. The sheath automatically extends to cover the needle and retracts to expose the needle without having to touch the sheath or activate any locking or release mechanisms. A barrel is mounted on the hypodermi ...


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William R Breen, Paul N Van Hatten: Chair swivel arm rest. Nightingale, Barrigar & Moss, July 11, 2000: US06086156 (51 worldwide citation)

An arm rest for a chair is disclosed that has an upper portion that swivels horizontally to support a user's forearm or wrist. The arm rest is removably attachable to a wide variety of chair arms. The arm rest includes a pair of parallel plates, one having a transverse opening therein adjacent to a ...


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Kimberley D J Graham, Gene A Duguay: Bouquet holder. Barrigar & Moss, October 3, 1995: US05454189 (36 worldwide citation)

A flower bouquet holder is disclosed having a base or tray and a handle depending downwardly therefrom. A first cage member is releasably mounted on the tray. One or more additional cage members are releasably attached to either the tray or the first cage member. The cage members contain synthetic p ...


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Ka Lun Law: Asynchronous transfer mode switching system. Barrigar & Moss, February 23, 1999: US05875190 (34 worldwide citation)

A self-routing, modular, switching arrangement for distributing and concentrating input data packets that is comprised of a distribution section and a concentration section comprising N priority concentration sorters each having N inputs and L outputs, L being less than N. The sorters comprise means ...


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David J Weeks: Hat providing ultra violet radiation protection. Peter R Hammond, Barrigar & Moss, September 23, 1997: US05669075 (27 worldwide citation)

A ligtweight cloth hat for warm weather use and for protection from the sun's ultraviolet rays including a main section capable of covering the top of a user's head and having a top with a side wall extending down from the top to a peripheral edge. A Visor section is connected to this edge at the fr ...



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