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Paul M Kardjian: Bladder sling. George R McGuire, January 4, 2000: US06010447 (213 worldwide citation)

A sling device for implant in a human body as a bladder support includes a rectangular, flexible strip of cloth with stiffening members extending across each of the two shorter sides. The stiffening members at each end include a pair of spaced, parallel beams, integrally connected at their ends. Mar ...


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Marek Podgorny, Luke Beca, Roman Markowski, Edward A Bogucz, Suresh Santanam, Edward Lipson, Paul Roman, Greg Michalak, Gregg Lewandowski, Paul D Gelling: Open web services-based indoor climate control system. Syracuse University, George R McGuire, Frederick J M Price, March 8, 2011: US07904209 (175 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates generally to a building automation system, and, more particularly, to an Internet-centric, open, extensible software and hardware framework supporting all aspects of control and monitoring of a smart building ecosphere. The present invention further relates to an “intel ...


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Brent Alan Anderson, Edmund Juris Sprogis: Stacked chip security. International Business Machines Corporation, George R McGuire, Bond Schoeneck & King PLLC, July 7, 2009: US07557597 (162 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to an integrated circuit module device. The device includes a first semiconductor chip having a first circuit layer and at least one first interconnection element disposed on a first chip surface. The at least one first interconnection element is electrically couple ...


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Paul Chudoba, Jerome Polizzi: Coupling device for linking optical fiber connectors. NuVisions International, Charles S McGuire, George R McGuire, May 12, 1998: US05751874 (86 worldwide citation)

A universal coupling device compatible with several industry-standard fiber optic connector styles to releasably couple the axial ferrule of one such connector in optical communication with the ferrule of another connector of the same or different style, or with the connector port of industry-standa ...


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Shary Nassimi: Wireless ear-piece with conductive case. George R McGuire, Bond Schoeneck & King PLLC, July 18, 2006: US07079664 (71 worldwide citation)

The present invention teaches a wireless ear-piece headset forming an antenna with the interior of a human ear, especially the ear canal. An antenna in operative connection with such interior of such human ear greatly improves reception and transmission of the device. The antenna may be comprised of ...


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Dmitri Brodkin, Moisey Y Gamarnik: Dental restorations using nanocrystalline materials and methods of manufacture. Pentron Ceramics, George R McGuire, Ann M Knab, Bond Schoeneck & King PLLC, February 2, 2010: US07655586 (62 worldwide citation)

Dental articles are produced using relatively low sintering temperatures to achieve high density dental articles exhibiting strengths equal to and greater than about 700 MPa. Ceramic powders comprised of nanoparticulate crystallites are used to manufacture dental articles. The ceramic powders may in ...


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William Bohland: Lawn game apparatus for use with a water hose. George R McGuire, December 24, 1996: US05586767 (61 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides game apparatus intended to be played on a lawn by two teams comprised of one or two participants each. Each teams' participants stand within a boundary defined by a hoop positioned adjacent a respective framework. The two teams are spaced in facing relation to one anot ...


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Daniel W Steele: Robotically assisted launch/capture platform for an unmanned air vehicle. Lockheed Martin Corporation, George R McGuire, Bond Schoeneck & King PLLC, August 12, 2008: US07410125 (48 worldwide citation)

An embodiment of the invention is directed to a platform for launching and/or capturing an unmanned air vehicle (UAV), particularly a small UAV. The launch/capture platform includes a frame, a floor attached to the frame that is capable of supporting the UAV, means for acquiring and tracking the UAV ...


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Stanley H Warner, Terry P Warner: Telescoping pole with quick length adjustment. George R McGuire, October 27, 1998: US05826847 (46 worldwide citation)

A pole assembly comprising upper and lower, hollow, telescoping rods. An externally threaded member extends from a fixed attachment at the top end of the upper rod through a nut mounted within the top end of the lower rod. The nut is divided into two half-nuts which are radially movable into and out ...