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Reginald Tobias: Multiplex spectroscopy. George E Kersey, January 9, 1996: US05483335 (196 worldwide citation)

Analysis of energy emanating from a source having a focal plane by converting the energy from the source into modulated spectral components simultaneously distributed according to frequency along a flat field, using, for example, a modulator, and then detecting and demodulating the spectral componen ...


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Robert V C Dickinson: Tamper-resistant, expandable communications system. E Com Corporation, George E Kersey, May 22, 1984: US04450481 (184 worldwide citation)

An expandable, multipurpose digital and analog communications system in which a plurality of remote interrogator units connected in a branch of the system are isolated from one another by band stop filters to permit simultaneous polling without interference with other operations. Also disclosed is a ...


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Francis G Merser, Philip A Kooistra: Interlocking attachment device. Dennison Manufacturing Company, George E Kersey, January 13, 1976: US03931667 (182 worldwide citation)

An attachment device comprising a filament having a laterally oriented bar at one end and a hollow body member at its other end, a wall of said body member having an opening therethrough large enough to receive the filament and the bar when they are in parallel orientation but of a width smaller tha ...


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Joseph R Paradis: Control of fluid flow. George E Kersey, April 23, 1996: US05509433 (162 worldwide citation)

A flow control device with an inlet for the flow of fluid and a movable member sealing the inlet and having a flexible body for controlling flow by the extent to which the flexible body of the movable member is buckled. The movable member extends between the inlet and an outlet and is expandable lat ...


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Joseph R Paradis: Universal luer activatable and swabbable antireflux valve. George E Kersey Esq, May 16, 2000: US06063062 (131 worldwide citation)

Apparatus formed by a housing having an inlet and an inwardly biased and circumferentially open flexible seal depending from the inlet to engage and seal a fitting as it enters the inlet. A stationary probe within the housing extends axially from an outlet to the inlet, with the probe having a passa ...


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Joseph R Paradis: Control of fluid flow by oval shaped valve member containing a cam interface. George E Kersey Esq, June 27, 2000: US06079432 (127 worldwide citation)

A flow control device with an inlet for fluid and a slit movable member having an oval shape before sealing the inlet at a cam interface and closing the slit. The unsealing of the inlet and the opening of the slit permits the passage of fluid therethrough. The movable member extends by a channel, wh ...


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Arnold R Bone: Continuously connected fastener attachment stock. Dennison Manufacturing Company, George E Kersey, October 24, 1978: US04121487 (122 worldwide citation)

Continuously connected fastener attachment stock formed by elongated plastic side members with cross coupling links. One of the side member has successively connected cross bars with each cross bar connected to one of the cross links. The other side member has successively connected head pieces with ...


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Ronald W Matlin, Richard K Lenskold, Anand Rangarajan: Support for photovoltaic arrays. Chronar, George E Kersey, October 30, 1990: US04966631 (113 worldwide citation)

A supported photovoltaic array and method in which support elements are in rows spaced from one another and are bi-directionally spanned by members which mount photovoltaic modules that are separated from one another and are secured to the spanning members by cushioned load-spreading attachments pos ...


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Ronald W Matlin: Support for photovoltaic arrays. George E Kersey, September 1, 1992: US05143556 (113 worldwide citation)

A supported photovoltaic array and method in which support elements are in rows spaced from one another and are bi-directionally spanned by members which mount photovoltaic modules that are separated from one another are are slidably clipped to the spanning members by cushioned load-spreading fasten ...


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Francis G Merser, Philip A Kooistra, Gordon B Lankton: Interlocking attachment device. Dennison Manufacturing Company, George E Kersey, September 14, 1976: US03979799 (97 worldwide citation)

An attachment device comprises a filament having a normally laterally oriented bar at one end and a unitary hollow body member at its other end. The body member has a sidewall, an apertured end wall, a heat sealed end wall opposed thereto and a flange which projects outwardly from the sidewall and f ...