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Dunmire Howard L, Hacskaylo Michael: Aiming light and aiming light adapter for use on a weapon. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Army, Gibson Robert P, Edelberg Nathan, Harwell Max L, February 25, 1975: US3867764 (60 worldwide citation)

An aiming light and an aiming light adapter combination moulded together rein the aiming light adapter is connected to a weapons adapter, which is in turn locked onto a weapon. A projecting lens is held within the forward end of the aiming light housing by a lens retainer having a transparent window ...


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Fischer Albert G: Pocketable direct current electroluminescent display device addressed by MOS or MNOS circuitry. The United States Government Secretary of the Army, Gibson Robert P, Edelberg Nathan, Harwell Max L, May 20, 1975: US3885196 (54 worldwide citation)

A small, pocket size, direct current flat electroluminescent display panel made of a single crystalline substrate having electroluminescent material on the front face and addressing circuitry on the back face. The addressing circuitry is conductively connected to the electroluminescent material thro ...


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Stone Robert L: Boresight alignment device. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Army, Kelly Edward J, Berl Herbert, Harwell Max L, January 22, 1974: US3787693 (31 worldwide citation)

A means for zeroing a small caliber weapon on a target at night without fng the weapon. The means comprises using a boresight alignment light emitting a continuous infrared light that is mounted on a tapered mandrel with the mandrel inserted into the muzzle end of the weapon, an aiming light mounted ...


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Zeller Sanford S: Liquid long-wave pass filter for high intensity light source. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Army, Harwell Max L, Edelberg Nathan, Gibson Robert P, October 21, 1975: US3914010 (24 worldwide citation)

A liquid long wave pass filter for absorbing visible light and passing infrared light emitted from a high intensity search light. The filter comprises two glass lenses, having a liquid tight cavity therebetween, in the path of the emitted light in which a dye coolant is pumped through the cavity to ...


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Anderson David K: Night viewing pocket scope. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Army, Kelly Edward J, Berl Herbert, Harwell Max L, April 9, 1974: US3803407 (20 worldwide citation)

An electro-optic pocket scope that provides a highly intensified image of low light level scenes being viewed therethrough. The pocket scope is similar to a simple telescope in that an optical train of elements comprise an objective lens for obtaining the image and a magnifier eye piece to display t ...


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Carts Jr Stanley L: Microchannel imaging display device. The United States Government Secretary of the Army, Gibson Robert P, Edelberg Nathan, Harwell Max L, May 20, 1975: US3885180 (12 worldwide citation)

A display device using a microchannel plate electron multiplier with a set of fine, closely spaced, parallel continuous metallic lines deposited on each side of the microchannel plate with each set of metallic lines being perpendicular to each other. An input sequential switcher and an output sequen ...


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Chow Sen Te: Fast response automatic brightness control circuit for second generation image intensifier tube. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Army, Kelly Edward J, Berl Herbert, Harwell Max L, June 11, 1974: US3816744 (11 worldwide citation)

A fast response automatic bright source protection circuit for an image insifier tube in which the amount of screen current, which is produced according to the light intensity of a target source, is sensed at the gate electrode of a junction FET. The gate electrode of the junction FET is connected b ...


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Fischer Albert G: Direct current electroluminescent panel using amorphous semiconductors for digitally addressing alpha-numeric displays. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Army, Harwell Max L, Edelberg Nathan, Gibson Robert P, October 14, 1975: US3913090 (8 worldwide citation)

An alpha-numeric display panel with a matrix of amorphous semiconducters nted on a substrate. Each of the semiconductors comprises a vitreous material layer contiguous with an electroluminescent material layer. Metal electrodes with small metal islands positioned in the center of the electrodes and ...


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Arthur William E, Carrell Terry E, Crego Willard: Radiation detector system using an inorganic scintillator crystal detector with an optical filter for aerial dosemetry. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Army, Harwell Max L, Edelberg Nathan, Gibson Robert P, July 1, 1975: US3892971 (8 worldwide citation)

A radiation detector system used in aerial dosimetry in which an inorganic cintillation crystal detector and spectral filter are coupled to a photomultiplier tube and the requisite electronic circuits. The crystal detector is pointed toward an area to be monitored for X-ray or gamma ray and the resu ...


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Hall John T, Nichols Donald, Vanatta Peter W: Gating network for image intensifier. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Army, Harwell Max L, Edelberg Nathan, Gibson Robert P, September 2, 1975: US3903451 (7 worldwide citation)

An electronic analog gating means for an image intensifier in which transted pulsed illumination that is returned from targets down range are gated through the image intensifier in an analog manner according to the inverse square law in illumination drop off in distance. The image intensifier is ena ...