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Robert J Mader: Golf driver club. Edward A Sokolski, May 3, 1977: US04021047 (219 worldwide citation)

The head of a golf driver club is formed from a one-piece casting having a face plate portion, a sole plate portion and toe and heel wall portions with a concavity being formed between these portions. A cap which is preferably of wood or plastic encloses this concavity to form an air chamber within ...


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Andreas F Kotowski: X-Ray line scan system for use in baggage inspection. Scanray Corporation, Edward A Sokolski, December 28, 1982: US04366382 (204 worldwide citation)

A baggage system which employs a fan-shaped x-ray beam which scans baggage on a conveyor belt and produces images of the contents of the baggage on a video monitor. The output of an x-ray source is collimated into a narrow linear beam. Objects to be scanned are exposed to this beam with successive s ...


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Donald J C Sun, Wen J Tai: Golf driver with variable weighting for changing center of gravity. Cipa Manufacturing Corporation, Edward A Sokolski, September 24, 1991: US05050879 (196 worldwide citation)

A golf club head has three cavities spaced along the sole of the head. A set of weight members having various weights is provided. Such weight members are selectively installed in the cavities to vary the center of gravity of the club head horizontally, between the toe and heel of the head to modify ...


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Richard J Palmer, Raymond Banham, Colin Woodcock: Compact portable golf club set and carrying bag. Global Golf Incorporated, Edward A Sokolski, May 12, 1987: US04664382 (147 worldwide citation)

A set of golf clubs has a detachable shaft portion such that a whole set of clubs can be utilized with a single top shaft element which can be firmly but removably attached to a shortened shaft portion provided with each club head. A carrying bag is provided for the clubs and shaft, this bag having ...


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Donald J C Sun: Golf club head with impact insert member. Edward A Sokolski, October 10, 1989: US04872685 (138 worldwide citation)

A golf club driver or "wood" head is formed by interlocking female and male units. The female unit provides the basic shape of the head while the male unit which is inserted into the female unit to complete the club head structure includes the sole plate, face plate, and central and back weight elem ...


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James J Reis: Video bandwidth reduction system using a two-dimensional transformation, and an adaptive filter with error correction. Northrop Corporation, Edward A Sokolski, February 19, 1980: US04189748 (129 worldwide citation)

A reduction in bandwidth of two-dimensional video data is obtained by the two-dimensional transformation of the video data by means of one of a class of fast transformations followed by the elimination of certain non-significant transform coefficients prior to the transmission of the transform data. ...


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Chiyokichi Nagasawa: Button operated combination lock. 501 Nagasawa Manufacturing, Edward A Sokolski, June 7, 1988: US04748833 (122 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a so-called "keyless" type button operated combination lock which can be unlocked by a button operation and locked by a handle operation. A number of buttons exposed on the front side of a case can be set in a combination and a key plate that engages with a bolt lock and ke ...


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Steven B Cullison, Charles B Slack: Loudspeaker overload protection circuit. Altec Corporation, Edward A Sokolski, October 20, 1981: US04296278 (102 worldwide citation)

The output of an audio power amplifier fed to a loudspeaker driver is sensed and when this output exceeds a predetermined level, a switch control circuit operates to place a current limiting device, such as a power resistor, in series with one of the driver feed lines, thereby reducing the power fed ...


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Robert T Lynch, James J Reis: Method and apparatus for implementing a processor based on the rationalized Haar transform for the purpose of real time compression of video data. Northrop Corporation, Edward A Sokolski, September 23, 1980: US04224678 (100 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus is described for implementing a real time video processing system based on the rationalized Haar transform. The system operates in real time to remove redundant information from video data for the purpose of compressing the video bandwidth. A digital apparatus for implementing ...


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Merit Jo, Merit William: Merchandise display device. Edward A Sokolski, December 2, 2003: US06655536 (100 worldwide citation)

A device for displaying merchandise on a store shelf provides for arranging articles in rows with a pusher device for pushing the remaining articles forward on the shelf as each article is removed. A coiled spring operates to drive the pusher device for each row, the spring extending along a side ra ...