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Jiri K Nor, Josef V Soltys: Charging circuits for rechargeable batteries and cells. Norvik Technologies, Donald E Hewson, April 20, 1993: US05204611 (216 worldwide citation)

Circuits are provided whereby rechargeable batteries and cells are charged very fast by a controlled current, and substantially at a rate never exceeding the ability of the battery or cell to accept current--i.e., to convert electrical current to stored chemical energy. The resistance free terminal ...


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Jiri K Nor: Charging station for electric vehicles. Norvik Technologies, Donald E Hewson, April 13, 1993: US05202617 (216 worldwide citation)

A charging station for electric vehicles which have rechargeable batteries is provided. The charging station comprises a power section controlled by a fast acting power controller, a power connector and associated power cables for connecting to the vehicle, an interface with signal cables to carry s ...


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Adrian Gh Podoleanu, David A Jackson: Optical mapping apparatus with adjustable depth resolution. OTI Ophthalmic Technologies, Donald E Hewson, November 2, 1999: US05975697 (214 worldwide citation)

Optical mapping apparatus with adjustable depth resolution is provided. The optical mapping apparatus can display transversal images in an object, particularly the eye. The apparatus can deliver two or more images with different depth resolutions, or a combination of these images, or only one image ...


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Robert M Arn, Peter H Csanky, Glen F Waszek: Method and apparatus for scrambling and unscrambling data streams using encryption and decryption. Microdesign, Donald E Hewson, August 13, 1985: US04535355 (208 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for scrambling and unscrambling a plurality of data streams having differing data, on a plurality of signal channels, are taught. The data streams may be television programs or other signal information, transmitted in a frame-by-frame manner with discrete synchronizing informat ...


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Jiri K Nor: Battery charger. Norvik, Donald E Hewson, January 12, 1993: US05179335 (201 worldwide citation)

A charger for charging rechargeable batteries including circuitry for supplying electrical charging power to said rechargeable battery so as to rapidly charge said rechargeable battery, interrupting circuitry for repeatedly interrupting said electrical charging power to said rechargeable battery for ...


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Jiri K Nor, Josef V Soltys: Universal charging station and method for charging electric vehicle batteries. Norvik Traction, Donald E Hewson, August 20, 1996: US05548200 (197 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for charging the battery of an electric vehicle are provided. When the electric vehicle is connected to a charging station, it is interrogated to determine the nature of the charge controller that is on board the vehicle; and logic decisions invoking the particular mode for ch ...


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Jiri K Nor, Josef V Soltys: Traction battery charging with inductive coupling. Norvik Traction, Donald E Hewson, January 14, 1997: US05594318 (150 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for charging the traction battery of an electric vehicle are provided. Charging energy is delivered from a charging station at a predetermined voltage and at a delivery frequency in the range of from 10 kHz up to 200 kHz, The charging energy is transferred to the vehicle throu ...


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Rudolf J C Sagl: Construction for a portable radar detector having a mirror. B E L Tronics, Donald E Hewson, November 25, 1986: US04625210 (145 worldwide citation)

A radar detector assembly is provided for portable installation in an automotive vehicle--that is, for detachable attachment within the vehicle--where a substantial portion of the front face of the body of the radar detector is covered with a mirror, and the back face is provided with fastening mean ...


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Bertrand Gagne: Lighting system. Donald E Hewson, March 12, 1996: US05499170 (105 worldwide citation)

A lighting track for use in public transportation vehicles comprises an outer track having upstanding walls connected together by a base portion, together defining a first retention channel. The upstanding walls have a downwardly facing first barrier portion. A receptacle has first and second side w ...


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Hugh Van Melle: Disposable dome lid for drinking cups. Amhil Enterprises, Donald E Hewson, November 24, 1998: US05839601 (104 worldwide citation)

A disposable dome lid is provided for use with a drinking cup such beverage cups used for the sale of hot and cold beverages. The top surface of a dome lid is elevated above the top surface of the beverage cup rim, when in place. The dome lid is configured so as to make a plug fit onto the beverage ...



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