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Jean Luc Hauser: Programmable portable infusion pump system. Francis A Sirr, Earl C Hancock, July 4, 1995: US05429602 (345 worldwide citation)

A portable and programmable infusion pump system is disclosed for injecting one or more medicinal substances into an individual under the control of the individual. A common controller unit and microprocessor is provided for one or more pump units. Each pump unit includes a chamber for holding a med ...


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Greg Allen Gerhardt, Steven Alan Robinson: In vivo electrochemistry computer system and method. The Regents of the University of Colorado, Earl C Hancock, Francis A Holland & Hart Sirr, September 15, 1998: US05806517 (187 worldwide citation)

A chemical detection and analysis system performs chemical measurements using microsensors. The in vivo or in vitro system records chemical concentrations of any substance that can be oxidized or reduced at the sensor surface in response to a voltage waveform applied to a reference electrode. The el ...


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Thomas A Milheiser: Identification system. Destron IDI, Earl C Hancock, Francis A Sirr, November 24, 1992: US05166676 (151 worldwide citation)

A passive integrated transponder (PIT) is attached to or embedded in an item to be identified. It is excited via an inductive coupling from an interrogator. The PIT responds to the interrogator via the inductive coupling with a signal constituting a stream of data unique to the identified item. The ...


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Tsuyonobu Hatazawa, Hideki Hayashi, Kozo Nakamura, Takashi Watanabe, Johji Mamiya, Masaru Suzuki, Hiroshi Tanase: Planar light source device having polarization separator formed of two sheets with mating triangular prisms and different indices of refraction. IBM Corporation, Sekisui Kagaku Kogyo Kabushiki, Earl C Hancock, Francis A Sirr, Holland & Hart, May 29, 2001: US06239851 (147 worldwide citation)

The purpose of the invention is to provide a light guide of a variety of forms having a uniform distribution of brightness in the plane and a planer light source device for a liquid crystal display device which uses such light guide. The light guide comprises a first surface which is a surface to wh ...


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Thomas A Milheiser: Identification system. Destron IDI, Francis A Sirr, Earl C Hancock, August 20, 1991: US05041826 (131 worldwide citation)

A passive integrated transponder (PIT) is attached to or embedded in an item to be identified. It is excited via an inductive coupling from an interrogator. The PIT responds to the interrogator via the inductive coupling with a signal constituting a stream of data unique to the identified item. The ...


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Vern Taylor, Daniel Koturov, John Bradin, Gerald E Loeb: Syringe-implantable identification transponder. Destron IDI, Hughes Aircraft Co, Earl C Hancock, May 18, 1993: US05211129 (122 worldwide citation)

An improved transponder for transmitting an identification of an animal or the like is described which is sufficiently miniaturized to be syringe-implantable, thus avoiding the necessity of surgical procedures. The transponder comprises a coil which receives an interrogation signal and transmits an ...


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Richard J Griffin: Method and device for separating blood components. Telan Corporation, John E Reilly, Earl C Hancock, January 4, 1977: US04001122 (102 worldwide citation)

Blood serum is separated from other components of whole blood by inserting a barrier device having a specific gravity between that of the blood serum and the other blood components into a centrifuge containing a sample of whole blood, and centrifuging until the barrier device migrates to a position ...


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Jacques I Pankove: Method and apparatus for semiconductor circuit chip cooling. University of Colorado Foundation, Francis A Sirr, Earl C Hancock, December 3, 1991: US05070040 (100 worldwide citation)

In a semiconductor device, a thin, synthetic diamond film (i.e. a man made film) enhances the transfer of heat from a semiconductor circuit chip to a cooling medium. The heat generating semiconductor circuit chip is located in efficient thermal transfer engagement with one surface of a synthetically ...


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Robert B Barker, Ronald V Davidge, David K Gibson, George W Van Cleave: Electronically gated paper aligner system. International Business Machines Corporation, Earl C Hancock, May 28, 1985: US04519700 (68 worldwide citation)

In a xerographic image transfer device, copy sheets are sequentially aligned and position sensed before introduction to the image transfer zone. The position sensing is used to compare the copy sheet location with the position of the image panel on a moving photoconductor. The timing and velocity pr ...


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Joseph D Zeren: Expanding arrowhead. Earl C Hancock, July 11, 1978: US04099720 (66 worldwide citation)

Pivotally mounted blades within slots of a housing for an arrowhead are retracted for minimum outward extension during flight but expanded and retained in outwardly extended position upon impact with a target. The blades are retained in the retracted position by frictional engagement with the slots ...