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Harmon L Hoffman Jr, Steven Weinberg, John P Park: High-strength ligament prosthesis. Meadox Medicals, Blum Kaplan Friedman Silberman & Beran, November 20, 1984: US04483023 (79 worldwide citation)

A high-strength ligament prosthesis having biological acceptability, flexibility, porosity and resistance to prolonged stress in excess of 100 Kg with little change in modulus, and less than 20% ultimate elongation is provided. These characteristics make the high-strength prosthesis favorable for cr ...


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John T Sullivan: Cotton candy machine. Sells Floto, Blum Kaplan, December 27, 1988: US04793782 (79 worldwide citation)

A floss head assembly for making striped cotton candy is provided. The floss head assembly has upper and lower chambers that are adapted to melt two different colors of sugar in order to provide striped cotton candy. A stripe enhancer is provided intermediate the upper and lower chambers and serves ...


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Kenji Aoki, Haruo Nakamura, Teiji Miura, Mitsuo Nagata: Electro-photographic printer. Kabushiki Kaisha Suwa Seikosha, Blum Kaplan Friedman Silberman & Beran, June 7, 1983: US04386836 (75 worldwide citation)

An electro-photographic printer utilizing a liquid crystal material which operates as a light valve. The liquid crystal material is sandwiched between two base plates which include electrodes which define a plurality of micro-shutters. A light source illuminates one side of the liquid crystal materi ...


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Cornelis Smit: Device for administering a liquid in a number of doses. Blum Kaplan Friedman Silberman & Beran, February 17, 1987: US04643723 (75 worldwide citation)

A device for administering a liquid in a number of doses, such as insulin to a patient, comprising a piston (3) in a pump chamber (4), a cannula (5) being connectable to the pump chamber, a piston rod (14) connected to the piston and having an operating button (25), a valve (1) and a reservoir (2), ...


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Jerry Goldfarb, Bruce Klenoff: Amphibious personal audio system. Blum Kaplan, July 21, 1987: US04682363 (72 worldwide citation)

An amphibious personal audio system is provided. The system includes a band for encircling a person's end. An audio device is secured to the band for generating an audio signal. The audio device is hermetically sealed. Speakers are electrically coupled to the audio device for converting the audio si ...


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Yukio Yokozawa: Portable programmable information device and external programming station. Kabushiki Kaisha Suwa Seikosha, Blum Kaplan Friedman Silberman & Beran, August 6, 1985: US04534012 (71 worldwide citation)

A small-sized portable information system is provided including a small-sized portable information device and an external station. Both the external station and the portable information device are provided with a central processing unit, a memory device, a display device, an input device and a power ...


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Minoru Hosokawa, Koichi Oguchi, Satoru Yazawa: Liquid crystal display system. Kabushiki Kaisha Suwa Seikosha, Blum Kaplan Friedman Silberman & Beran, January 31, 1984: US04429305 (71 worldwide citation)

A matrix liquid crystal display circuit includes a selecting transistor connected to the picture element and a capacitor for each picture element of the matrix. The other picture element and capacitor terminals connect to common electrodes and the transistor gates in each row connect to a common ele ...


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Dennis G Priddy, Robert S Cymbalski: Dynamically variable machine readable binary code and method for reading and producing thereof. International Data Matrix, Blum Kaplan, June 23, 1992: US05124536 (70 worldwide citation)

A machine readable binary code which is dynamically variable in size, format and density of information is provided. The binary code is formed as a matrix having a perimeter and data contained therein. The perimeter is provided with density indicia for indicating the density of data contained within ...


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Seiichi Iwamatsu: X-ray source. Kabushiki Kaisha Suwa Seikosha, Blum Kaplan Friedman Silberman & Beran, August 27, 1985: US04538291 (70 worldwide citation)

An X-ray source for producing high intensity X-rays. The X-ray source includes a vessel filled with an inert gas. An energizing mechanism such as a magnetic coil causes the gas to enter a pinch, plasma state which produces high intensity X-rays. The vessel includes a window through which the X-rays ...


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Minoru Hosokawa, Masayuki Ikeda, Satoru Yazawa: Liquid crystal display systems. Kabushiki Kaisha Suwa Seikosha, Blum Kaplan Friedman Silberman & Beran, July 12, 1983: US04393380 (70 worldwide citation)

A matrix liquid crystal display circuit operates on a level of AC voltage equal to the voltage required for DC drive. The circuit includes a selecting transistor connected to the picture element and a capacitor for each picture element of the matrix. The capacitor in each row connects to a common el ...