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Isaak Baber, Mark F Bocko, Joseph E Pegg, William Simmons: Transducer in-situ testing apparatus and method. Oceana Sensor Technologies, Brian B Shaw Esq, Donna P Suchy Esq, Harter Secrest & Emery, March 2, 2004: US06698269 (188 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides an apparatus and method for in-situ testing of transducers, and more particularly to the testing of piezoelectric transducers including piezoelectric accelerometers. Circuits, measurement techniques, and interpretative algorithms to enable in-situ testing of piezoelect ...


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Jesse B Eichenlaub: 2D/3D imaging display. Dimension Technologies, Stephen B Salai Esq Brian B Shaw Esq Harter Secrest & Emery, December 5, 2000: US06157424 (121 worldwide citation)

An improved 2D/3D display is disclosed. In one embodiment, the display uses both an imaging LCD and a secondary LCD. The secondary LCD is a light line forming LCD which can be placed between a light line forming system and the imaging LCD for eliminating ghost images, or can be used as the light lin ...


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Douglas P Schofield: Credit card pocket mirror and miniature billboard. Stephen B Salai Esq, Brian B Shaw Esq, Harter Secrest & Emery, May 13, 2003: US06561657 (80 worldwide citation)

A flat flexible and imperforate mirror which is conveniently designed and sized to fit anywhere a credit card can be stored is disclosed. The mirror has a substantially flat rectangular body, a front reflective layer and rounded edges. An indicia bearing layer is applied to the opposite side of the ...


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Jude S Sauer, Jonathan Gross: Crimping instrument with motion limiting feature. LSI Solutions, Stephen B Salai Esq, Brian B Shaw Esq, Harter Secrest & Emery, June 26, 2007: US07235086 (74 worldwide citation)

A surgical crimping instrument for crimping a sleeve including an anvil and a hammer moveable relative to each other to crimp the sleeve, a pusher movable longitudinally and engaging the hammer and/or anvil for urging the hammer and the anvil together as the pusher moves longitudinally from a first ...


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William R Houde Walter: Firearm mount with embedded sight. LaserMax, Brian B Shaw Esq, Stephen B Salai Esq, Harter Secrest & Emery, June 29, 2010: US07743547 (63 worldwide citation)

A laser sight is embedded in a mounting rail otherwise used for attaching accessories to small arms discharge devices such as pistols or rifles. The mounting rail has a transverse profile that extends along an axis of the mounting rail for engaging mating features of the accessories. The laser sight ...


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Robert A Kallio, Jeffrey S Wolinski, Michael W Allen, Robert J Kolbet, William R Houde Walter: Target illuminating assembly having integrated magazine tube and barrel clamp with laser sight. LaserMax, Brian B Shaw Esq, Stephen B Salai Esq, Harter Secrest & Emery, September 8, 2009: US07584569 (58 worldwide citation)

A magazine tube and barrel clamp with integral target illuminator, wherein a laser module can be incorporated is provided for a firearm having a magazine tube and a barrel. The frame defines a clamping sleeve for substantially encircling the magazine tube and a barrel receiving channel for receiving ...


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Jude S Sauer, John F Hammond, James W Guelzow, Michael W Fitzsimmons, Mark A Bovard: Sew-right running stitch instrument. LSI Solutions, Stephen B Salai Esq, Brian B Shaw Esq, Harter Secrest & Emery, May 1, 2007: US07211093 (57 worldwide citation)

An instrument and method for suturing wound closures is provided having a handle, shaft and suture engagement mechanism. The instrument provides for multiple placements or “bites” of suture in tissues to enable a wide variety of suturing techniques, including the ability to “run” a suture. The instr ...


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Keith W Rosenau: Capacitive sensor having flexible polymeric conductors. Schlegel Corporation, Brian B Shaw Esq, Stephen B Salai Esq, Harter Secrest & Emery, May 8, 2007: US07215529 (50 worldwide citation)

A capacitive sensor having a first and a second polymeric conductor are embedded within a non conducting body, wherein the body maintains a fixed separation distance between the first and the second polymeric conductor. The body can include a non conducting web, wherein the web substantially preclud ...


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Jude S Sauer: Medical instrument to place a pursestring suture, open a hole and pass a guidewire. LSI Solutions, Stephen B Salai Esq, Brian B Shaw Esq, Harter Secrest & Emery, June 8, 2010: US07731727 (47 worldwide citation)

A therapeutic instrument for the ergonomic, effective and safe opening and closing of targeted remote tissue sites; includes a pistol grip style handle with a hand activated lever for needle deployment and, optionally, with features to control tissue cutting and guide wire installation; also incorpo ...


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Paul Travers, Paul Chumetski: Two stage optical system for head mounted display. Interactive Imaging Systems, Stephen B Salai Esq, Brian B Shaw Esq, Harter Secrest & Emery, July 9, 2002: US06417970 (46 worldwide citation)

A head-mounted display having a two-stage optical process is disclosed. This two-stage system enables a relatively compact and inexpensive head mounted display. The head-mounted display has two sections extending rearward around the sides of the head. Within each section, a display screen projects a ...