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Robert C Kull, Roger P Woodward: Rail navigation system. Westinghouse Air Brake Company, James Ray & Associates, April 14, 1998: US05740547 (97 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for a railway navigation system which provides information defining the position of a railway vehicle on a track system. The system uses an on-board computer with a track database representing the locations of the rail lines, including locations of curves and switches. The syste ...


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Lars Lidgren, Peter Bengtsson, Peter Sj overscore, Bengt Wesslén: Method for the preparation of UHMWPE doped with an antioxidant and an implant made thereof. Bone Support, James Ray & Associates, September 10, 2002: US06448315 (94 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a method for the preparation in a reactor of a UHMWPE material doped with an antioxidant, preferably vitamin E.


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Michael F Oyaski: Method of preventing cell phone use while vehicle is in motion. James Ray & Associates, August 3, 2004: US06771946 (91 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a method for preventing a driver of a motor vehicle from using a cellular telephone while the motor vehicle is in motion. The invention comprises a step of determining a position of the gear shift lever in such motor vehicle and generating a first signal when the posit ...


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Stanley Weber: Air cooling garment for medical personnel. James Ray & Associates, October 26, 1999: US05970519 (87 worldwide citation)

A simple, lightweight cooling garment is provided for medical personnel working at intense medical tasks in warm environments (e.g. lead aprons and sterile gowns). The garment comprises an outer, air impermeable layer of material of minimal weight and bulk and an inner layer of air permeable materia ...


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Robert C Kull: Rail vision system. Westinghouse Air Brake Company, James Ray & Associates, November 2, 1999: US05978718 (84 worldwide citation)

A rail vision system visually reads signal aspect information from each wayside signal device of a wayside signaling system. It also warn a train operator of the more restrictive signal aspects and imposes a penalty brake application should the train operator fail to acknowledge the warning. Each wa ...


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Andrej Brodnik, Mikael Degermark, Svante Carlsson, Stephen Pink: Fast routing lookup system using complete prefix tree, bit vector, and pointers in a routing table for determining where to route IP datagrams. Effnet Group, James Ray & Associates, July 24, 2001: US06266706 (72 worldwide citation)

In a method of IP routing lookup in a routing table, comprising entries of arbitrary length prefixes with associated next-hop information in a next-hop table, to determine where IP datagrams are to be forwarded, a representation of the routing table is stored, in the form of a complete prefix tree (


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Robert C Kull: Integrated cab signal rail navigation system. Westinghouse Air Brake Company, James Ray & Associates, November 30, 1999: US05995881 (71 worldwide citation)

The cab signal and rail navigation systems of a railway locomotive are combined to form a single integrated system capable of acting as an automatic train protection system. The train travels along a railway route equipped with a wayside signaling system that features a multiplicity of wayside signa ...


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Jerry Karlsson: Coin handling apparatus and a coin deposit machine incorporating such an apparatus. Scan Coin, James Ray & Associates, June 27, 2000: US06080056 (67 worldwide citation)

A coin handling apparatus for sorting and/or counting a plurality of coins (15a-h) has a circular sorting path with at least one off-sort station (6) and a rotatable carrier device (3) for transporting the coins along the circular sorting path. Furthermore, the apparatus has a first rotatable means ...


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Robert C Kull: Train brake performance monitor. Westinghouse Air Brake Company, James Ray & Associates, April 28, 1998: US05744707 (66 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for monitoring brake performance and updating information relating to brake performance while a train is in motion. A computer on the train is provided with inputs for grade information, axle speed, brakepipe pressure, and locomotive tractive effort. During brake applications wh ...


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William Sydney Yeadon: Computerized stock control system. Biovend, James Ray & Associates, May 21, 2002: US06393339 (63 worldwide citation)

A computerized stock control system having a refrigerated carousel dispensing station. The dispensing station includes a user identification device, an article identification output device to provide identification of articles to be dispensed, and an article identification input device to provide id ...



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