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Robert Rogoff: Blood sugar level sensing and monitoring transducer. Hauke and Patalidis, September 3, 1985: US04538616 (558 worldwide citation)

A sensing and monitoring transducer for detecting blood sugar levels of a person, the transducer being in the form of a miniature enclosure implanted in the person's bloodstream. The enclosure has a chamber, filled with a standard osmostic solution, closed on one side by an osmostic semi-permeable m ...


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James O Godfrey, Robert E Godfrey: Radio controlled vacuum cleaner. Hauke and Patalidis, April 30, 1985: US04513469 (142 worldwide citation)

A remote controlled self-propelled vacuum cleaner comprising a manually held radio transmitter and a radio receiver installed in the vacuum cleaner. The vacuum cleaner is provided with a pair of freely rotating wheels driven by friction rollers on the ends of a driveshaft driven by an electric motor ...


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Shuji Aoyama: Method and apparatus for discriminating between genuine and suspect paper money. Bill Checker, Hauke and Patalidis, April 22, 1986: US04584529 (120 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a paper money discriminating method comprising the steps of scanning and detecting magnetism contained in a print portion in a predetermined area of paper money, and checking number of pulses in a pulse signal converted from a magnetism detection signal. An apparatus for carrying ...


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Vanig Godoshian: Auto-dialing pager receiver. Hauke and Patalidis, December 25, 1984: US04490579 (67 worldwide citation)

A telephone dialing pager providing a visual display of a caller's telephone number and storage of a plurality of telephone numbers of consecutive callers. The stored information data corresponding to each caller's telephone number is recalled for display by the user of the pager and controllably tr ...


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Ronald W Emmitt: Test tube rack. Hauke and Patalidis, November 7, 1978: US04124122 (64 worldwide citation)

A rack or holder for test tubes and the like comprising a base and at least one test tube support plate member spaced apart from the base substantially parallel thereto and provided with a plurality of regularly arrayed apertures for placement therethrough of the test tubes. The base is provided wit ...


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Ernie B Esters: Dynamoelectric machine with inner and outer stators. Hauke and Patalidis, September 12, 1978: US04114057 (51 worldwide citation)

A dynamoelectric machine having coaxial inner and outer stators and, preferably, also end stators, each stator being provided with a plurality of magnetic flux producing magnets, preferably of the permanent magnet type. The rotor has a hollow cylindrical configuration and is rotatably disposed such ...


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William F Forquer: Winding mechanism for rollable shutter curtain. Security Shutter Corporation, Hauke and Patalidis, May 28, 1985: US04519434 (46 worldwide citation)

A winding mechanism for rolling and unrolling an articulated shutter curtain, the winding mechanism comprising a tubular drum with a plurality of integral, spaced-apart arms protruding from its exterior surface. The shutter curtain is attached to one of the arms such that rotation of the tubular dru ...


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Ernst G Hartmann, Hans Krech, Franz Meir: Method and system for determining the presence of objects within a particular surveillance area, in particular for prevention of shoplifting. Bizerba Werke Wilhelm Kraut KG, Hauke and Patalidis, October 31, 1978: US04123749 (46 worldwide citation)

A surveillance system for preventing shoplifting comprises marking elements made of material of high magnetic permeability attached to the goods in a store, and magnetic field generating coils generating a magnetic field in the exit areas from the store. Two different alternating magnetic fields are ...


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Maurice J Wimbush: Reservoirs for liquid pressure control systems and a method of filling the same. Automotive Products, Hauke and Patalidis, March 12, 1985: US04503678 (45 worldwide citation)

A liquid reservoir for a hydraulic master cylinder, having a body with a detachable cap for refilling the reservoir, and a diaphragm secured in position by the cap and dividing the reservoir into an air chamber, vented to atmosphere via a hole in the cap and a liquid chamber connected to the master ...


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Harry P Kifferstein: Disposable adjustable headrest and pillow. Hauke and Patalidis, June 23, 1981: US04274673 (44 worldwide citation)

A disposable adjustable headrest which can be used either as a headrest, a pillow or a cushion. According to one aspect of the invention, at least a pair of pillow units are placed in a common pillowcase. The pillow units are preferably elongated, made of resilient material and disposed in the commo ...