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Robert L Caswell, C David Bass: Inventory management system using transponders associated with specific products. G Donald Weber Jr, January 13, 1987: US04636950 (283 worldwide citation)

An inventory management system establishes remote, non-contact counting techniques whereby large numbers of units in inventory can be tracked and tabulated quickly. The system includes microelectronic transponders associated with inventory units. The transponders can communicate with computer contro ...


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Eugene R Worley: Electro-micro-mechanical shutters on transparent substrates. John M Baker, G Donald Weber Jr, July 21, 1998: US05784190 (255 worldwide citation)

Micro-mechanical flappers for use as an electronic display technology and methods related to the fabrication thereof are disclosed. These methods are consistent with standard silicon based semiconductor processing used to make integrated circuits. One embodiment shows how cross-talk or flapper-to-fl ...


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Russell R Lyon, Alan S Tash: Hemostasis clip applicator. Nicholas Herbert, G Donald Weber Jr, July 30, 1991: US05035692 (238 worldwide citation)

A hand held applicator device for supplying hemostasis clips, on demand and in an operative condition, to properly grasp the skin of a patient thereby to perform a hemostasic operation. The applicator device includes a magazine portion for storing and supplying the clips and an operational portion f ...


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Eugene R Worley: Electro-micro-mechanical shutters on transparent substrates. John M Baker, G Donald Weber Jr, September 3, 1996: US05552925 (236 worldwide citation)

A micro-mechanical shutter array using micro-mechanical technology and silicon-on-transparent-substrate technology. The micro-mechanical shutter array is operated by using electro-static forces. Two basic types of shutter movements are described, viz. an electric force/electric counter-force and an ...


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Wallace J Rogozinski: Modifiable, semi-permeable, wound dressing. C R Bard, G Donald Weber Jr, November 23, 1993: US05264218 (202 worldwide citation)

A dressing for wounds or dermal ulcers. The dressing includes a semi-permeable, transparent polyurethane film and a plurality of concentric polyethylene foam rings or disks. Application of foam rings to a semi-permeable thin film permits modification of the moisture/vapor transmission characteristic ...


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Richard D Ketchpel: Transflector. Rockwell International Corporation, H Frederick Hamann, G Donald Weber Jr, August 9, 1977: US04040727 (162 worldwide citation)

There is provided an efficient semi-transparent reflector (transflector) which reflects direct light under normal, ambient light conditions but permits back lighting of a display, such as an LCD display, under dark ambient light conditions. Such a "transflector" is inexpensive to manufacture and pro ...


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Robert L Caswell, Herbert J Moore, Marcus P Escobosa: Inventory management system. Comtec, G Donald Weber Jr, July 27, 1993: US05231273 (154 worldwide citation)

An inventory management system which includes a transponder, an interrogation transceiver and control devices utilized therewith. The control devices operate to minimize the power consumption of the transponder while permitting selected, coded operation of the inventory management system. The interr ...


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Lawrence E Tannas Jr: Transparent keyboard switch and array. Rockwell International Corporation, H Fredrick Hamann, G Donald Weber Jr, Robert Ochis, April 12, 1977: US04017848 (138 worldwide citation)

A transparent keyboard switch which is suitable for use in switch arrays is disclosed. Switch nomenclature may be positioned behind the switch and viewed from in front of the switch. The transparent switch comprises a relatively rigid electrically insulating transparent substrate having a "lower" el ...


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Douglas M Chabries, Richard W Christiansen, Douglas Lynn, Gary Kenworthy: Adaptive noise suppressor. Harold Antin, Mark Antin, David A Blumenthal, G Donald Weber Jr, April 14, 1987: US04658426 (133 worldwide citation)

An adaptive noise suppressor for providing noise filtered signals. The noise suppression device employs a vector gain .mu. for the weights of the filter wherein the vector .mu. is selected for each frequency bin to be inversely proportional to the power spectrum. A projection operator is utilized to ...


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Clayton W Koistinen: Low profile keyboard switch having panel hinged actuators and cantilevered beam snap acting contacts. Rockwell International Corporation, H Fredrick Hamann, G Donald Weber Jr, Roland G Rubalcava, June 28, 1977: US04032729 (121 worldwide citation)

A low profile keyboard switch with tactile feel and short key travel is disclosed. The keyboard may be a matrix connected keyboard and includes a lower, fixed contact and an upper, concave contact. The concave contact is supported at one end and operates as a cantilever beam. When pressure is applie ...