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George R Hulse: Illumination device for simulating neon or similar lighting in various colors. iLight Technologies, Stites & Harbison PLLC, David W Nagle Jr, Jeffrey A Haeberlin, September 4, 2007: US07264367 (194 worldwide citation)

An illumination device has a light source, a waveguide, and a light-transmitting medium. The light source emits light of a first color. The waveguide has both optical waveguide and light scattering properties. The light-transmitting medium is composed of a matrix of substantially translucent materia ...


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George R Hulse: Illumination device for simulating neon or similar lighting using phosphorescent dye. iLight Technologies, Stites & Harbison PLLC, David W Nagle Jr, Jeffrey A Haeberlin, September 4, 2007: US07264366 (191 worldwide citation)

An illumination device simulates neon lighting using a light source for emitting light of a predetermined first hue and a light-transmitting medium having a predetermined density of phosphorescent dye positioned adjacent to the light source. The phosphorescent dye will absorb light emitted by the li ...


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Mark Joseph Cleaver, Eric Olav Eriksson, George R Hulse: Illumination device for simulation of neon lighting. Light Technologies, Vance A Smith, David W Nagle Jr, Stites & Harbison PLLC, July 15, 2003: US06592238 (158 worldwide citation)

An illumination device for simulating neon lighting comprising a plurality of space point light sources positioned adjacent a lateral light receiving surface of a substantially rod-like waveguide. The waveguide is made of a material that preferentially scatters light entering the light receiving sur ...


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John W Martin: Lawn mower riding sulky. Vance A Smith, David W Nagle Jr, Wheat Smith & Beres, September 7, 1999: US05947505 (96 worldwide citation)

A riding attachment is adapted to be connected to a self-propelled lawn mower for carrying a standing rider/operator behind the mower during operation of the mower. This riding attachment includes a mounting assembly, a tow bar assembly, and a riding assembly. One end of the tow bar assembly is pivo ...


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George R Hulse, Joe A Chambers: Illumination device for simulation of neon lighting. iLight Technologies, Stites & Harbison PLLC, David W Nagle Jr, April 5, 2005: US06874924 (89 worldwide citation)

An illumination device includes an elongated and substantially cylindrical waveguide, which has a light-emitting outer surface and an interior semi-reflective portion spaced at a predetermined distance from the light-emitting outer surface. A channel is defined through a portion the waveguide along ...


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Robert C Auerbach: Hand-held fan and object holder. Candyrific, Stites & Harbison PLLC, David W Nagle Jr, Terry L Wright, August 17, 2010: US07775848 (88 worldwide citation)

A hand-held fan and object holder generally comprises a housing; a fan that rotates with respect to the housing; and a coupling member for securing an object, such as a candy item. The housing encloses the internal components that operate the fan, including a motor and a battery. At the lower end of ...


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Cherie Alexander, Peter David Halstead, Brian Howard: Football helmet having a removable inflatable liner and a method for making the same. Adams USA, David W Nagle Jr, Vance A Smith, Stites & Harbison PLLC, May 8, 2001: US06226801 (83 worldwide citation)

The invention pertains to protective helmet that has an inflatable liner that is constructed with a multiplicity of cells each separated by constrictions of a narrower cross-section. The liner has a central ring and a plurality of loops extending therefrom adapted to protect various portions of the ...


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James R Wheeler: Apparatus for the dispensing of heated viscous food product. Compass Worldwide, Vance A Smith, David W Nagle Jr, Wheat Smith & Bres, December 21, 1999: US06003733 (74 worldwide citation)

A dispenser for dispensing viscous products at elevated temperatures includes a receptacle for receiving a bag of product having a flexible discharge tube therefrom, or in the alternative, includes a receptacle that has a flexible discharge tube. A peristaltic pump is secured beneath the receptacle ...


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Matthew T Jung, Hermann W Kaebnick, Edward V Kinney, Richard A Mitchell: Apparatus for the intravascular ultrasound-guided placement of a vena cava filter. David W Nagle Jr, Stites & Harbison PLLC, November 11, 2003: US06645152 (69 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for the intravascular placement of a vena cava filter includes a flexible deployment sheath and an IVUC with an ultrasonic imaging element. These two components are joined together and oriented in a substantially parallel relationship with one another with the imaging components of the ...


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Mark J Cleaver, George R Hulse: Fluorescent illumination device. iLight Technologies, Stites & Harbison PLLC, David W Nagle Jr, Jeffrey A Haeberlin, March 20, 2007: US07192161 (63 worldwide citation)

An illumination device for simulating neon or similar lighting uses fluorescent dyes, thus allowing for emission of light in colors that cannot ordinarily be achieved by use of LEDs alone. Such an illumination device is generally comprised of an elongated diffusing member enclosing a string of conti ...