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Inge S Telnaes: Electronic gaming device utilizing a random number generator for selecting the reel stop positions. Gerald L Moore, May 15, 1984: US04448419 (894 worldwide citation)

A gaming machine of the type utilizing rotating reels (16) which carry on the periphery a plurality of indicia, a brake (19) to stop the reels at a selected position and a random number generator for selecting the reel stopping position. Numbers are assigned to the reel stopping positions and entere ...


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Charles A Walton: Portable radio frequency emitting identifier. Gerald L Moore, May 17, 1983: US04384288 (152 worldwide citation)

An automatic identification system wherein a portable identifier, preferably shaped like a credit card, incorporates an oscillator and encoder so as to generate a programmable pulse position-modulated signal in the radio frequency range for identification of the user. The identifier can be made to g ...


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Charles A Walton: Electronic proximity identification system. Gerald L Moore, October 8, 1985: US04546241 (137 worldwide citation)

An electronic identification and recognition system including a portable card having a circuit therein for generating and transmitting and identifying signal comprising predetermined frequency pulses. The card functions in cooperation with a reader which radiates a radio frequency carrier signal rec ...


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Peter J Mandas, Inge S Telnaes: Coin accepting device. Bally Manufacturing Corporation, Gerald L Moore, December 21, 1976: US03998309 (133 worldwide citation)

A coin acceptor to prevent a cheating operation known as "stringing" wherein a coin is dropped into such an acceptor with a string attached and manipulated in a manner to make it appear that several coins have passed through the acceptor. This coin acceptor uses a series of coin position detectors w ...


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Robert C Franklin, Frank I Fuller: Electronic wall stud sensor. Gerald L Moore, July 4, 1978: US04099118 (120 worldwide citation)

A portable sensor adapted to be moved along a wall to indicate a change in the dielectric constant of the wall thereby to signal the presence of a wall stud within the wall. The sensor incorporates a capacitor plate positioned adjacent the surface in contact with the wall and a circuit for detecting ...


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Charles A Walton: Electronic identification system with power input-output interlock and increased capabilities. Gerald L Moore, September 25, 1984: US04473825 (114 worldwide citation)

A portable electronic identification system comprised of an identifier preferably of credit card size, and a fixed position reader which couples to it over short distances by space transmitted signals. The identifier card is energized from and the resulting signals are synchronized and detected by t ...


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Donnie E Riggs: Shoe with angular slotted midsole. Gerald L Moore, January 27, 1987: US04638577 (98 worldwide citation)

An athletic shoe having an upper portion (15) fixed to a lower portion (16) comprising a midsole (21) and an attached wear surface (22). To provide both cushioning and stability to the foot the midsole includes slots or channels (25, 27) extending at an angle other than normal to the wear surface so ...


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Charles A Walton: Identification system. Gerald L Moore, September 23, 1980: US04223830 (87 worldwide citation)

An electronic identification and recognition system including a portable radio frequency signal generator having a circuit for repeatedly generating and transmitting an identifying signal having predetermined characteristics of frequency and pulse length.


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Charles A Walton: Electronic proximity identification system with simplified low power identifier. Gerald L Moore, April 1, 1986: US04580041 (79 worldwide citation)

An identification system comprising a reader (10) including a first signal generator (12) for generating a first signal (F1) which is radiated by an antenna (17). An identifier (11) includes an antenna (20) receiving the first signal for transmission to a signal modulator (32) which operates to modu ...


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Ivan Pejcha: Head loading and unloading assembly for a magnetic disc drive having a rotary actuator. Information Storage Systems, Gerald L Moore, October 5, 1976: US03984873 (66 worldwide citation)

A head loading and unloading assembly for a magnetic disc drive having rotary actuated read/write heads wherein the assembly includes a stationary member positioned adjacent the magnetic disc with means for contacting and lifting the heads off of the disc surface while permitting rotary movement of ...