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Harry K Charles Jr, Thomas J Beck, Howard S Feldmesser, Thomas C Magee, David M Lee, Douglas J Dawson, Joel A Weiner, Clifford E Bennett Jr: Method and apparatus for multiple-projection, dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry scanning. Francis A Cooch Office of Patent Counsel, The Johns Hopkins University, February 12, 2004: US20040028181-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatuses for advanced, multiple-projection, dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry scanning systems include combinations of a conical collimator; a high-resolution two-dimensional detector; a portable, power-capped, variable-exposure-time power supply; an exposure-time control element; cali ...


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Todd B Pittman, James D Franson, Bryan C Jacobs: Techniques for performing logic operations using quantum states of single photons. Francis A Cooch Office of Patent Counsel, The Johns Hopkins University, May 8, 2003: US20030086138-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for performing logic operations using quantum polarization states of single photons, include a first polarizing beam splitter having first input spatial modes and first output spatial modes for a first set of orthogonal polarizations. A second polarizing beam splitter has a se ...


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Michael P McLoughlin, William R Allmon, Charles W Anderson, Micah A Carlson, Nicholas H Evancich, Wayne A Bryden, Scott A Ecelberger, James T Velky, Daniel J DeCicco, Timothy J Cornish: Portable time-of-flight mass spectrometer system. Francis A Cooch Office of Patent Counsel, The Johns Hopkins University, November 11, 2004: US20040222372-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A field portable mass spectrometer system comprising a sample collector and a sample transporter. The sample transporter interfaces with the sample collector to receive sample deposits thereon. The system further comprises a time of flight (TOF) mass spectrometer. The time of flight mass spectromete ...


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Carl V Nelson: Steerable three-dimensional magnetic field sensor system for detection and classification of metal targets. Francis A Cooch Office of Patent Counsel, The John Hopkins University, January 23, 2003: US20030016131-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A steerable electromagnetic induction (EMI) sensor system for measuring the magnetic polarizability tensor of a metal target. Instead of creating a vertical magnetic field from a horizontal loop transmitter configuration used by most prior art EMI metal detectors, the transmitter geometry of the sen ...


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John C Murphy: Apparatus and methods using mechanical resonators to enhance sensitivity in lorentz force magnetometers. Francis A Cooch Office of Patent Counsel, The Johns Hopkins University, November 1, 2001: US20010035750-A1

A Lorentz Force magnetometer based on a mechanical resonator including a resonant, vibrating electrically conducting string or insulating fiber coated with an electrically conducting material and its response to a Lorentz Force wherein the string or fiber, fixed at two ends, is tensioned over two fr ...


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Donald D Duncan, Bradley G Boone, Kevin C Baldwin: Three-dimensional context sensitive scanner. Francis A Cooch Office of Patent Counsel, The Johns Hopkins University, June 24, 2004: US20040119833-A1

A system and method of scanning an artifact is disclosed. A single CCD can be configured to obtain color image data for the artifact using conventional imagery, gross shape data using a three-dimensional scanning technique, and high resolution shape data using an amplitude modulated laser scanning t ...


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Glen E Southard: Sensor for monitoring an analyte. Francis A Cooch Office of Patent Counsel, The Johns Hopkins University, April 15, 2004: US20040072359-A1

A food spoilage sensor comprising a macrocyclic transition metal complex of the general formula 1 wherein M is a transition metal ion; D1, D2, D3 and D4 can be the same or different and can be N or P; R1 and R2, R3 and R4, R5 and R6, and R7 and R8 can be the same or different and form, taken togethe ...


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George L Vojtech, Daniel J DeCicco, Charles B Cooperman: Commandable covert surveillance system. Francis A Cooch Office of Patent Counsel, The Johns Hopkins University, April 22, 2004: US20040075547-A1

A general purpose surveillance system for remote surveillance applications. The system is comprised of one or more audio (e.g., microphone) or video (e.g., camera) surveillance devices that are wirelessly coupled with triggering devices. The system is capable of transmitting audio, video and still p ...


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John C Murphy, Rafal P Szczepanowski, Wolfger Schneider, Richard A Meyer, Justin C McArthur, Michael Polydefkis: Device for thermal stimulation of small neural fibers. Francis A Cooch Office of Patent Counsel, The Johns Hopkins University, December 2, 2004: US20040243021-A1

A device operable to assess temperature response of small neural fibers. The device includes a heat source. A skin contacting probe tip that includes at least one skin contacting region is operatively connected to the heat source and operable to apply a heat to regions of skin having varying surface ...


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John J Wozniak, Richard J Hildebrand: Suspension system for a vehicle with a tank for liquified gas. Francis A Cooch Office of Patent Counsel, The Johns Hopkins University, December 2, 2004: US20040239095-A1

A suspension system for carrying a compressed gas fuels in vehicle. The suspensions arms and springs are configured to maximize the space between the wheels while providing a high degree of suspension stiffness to maintain proper wheel alignment during cornering, braking and in rough terrain. The su ...