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Glenn E Elmore: Method and apparatus for launching a surfacewave onto a single conductor transmission line using a slohed flared cone. Corridor Systems, Larry D Johnson, Craig M Stainbrook, Johnson & Stainbrook, March 7, 2006: US07009471 (195 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for launching a surfacewave onto a single conductor transmission line provides a launch including a flared, continuously curving cone portion; a coaxial adapter portion; a wire adapter portion for contacting the wire conductor which allows for a multiplicity of wire dimensions for eithe ...


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Peter Wardenburg: Double-walled grow light housing with air flow cooling system. Hydrofarm, Larry D Johnson, Craig M Stainbrook, Johnson & Stainbrook, July 22, 2003: US06595662 (120 worldwide citation)

A grow light having an exterior shell with an air inlet and a hot air exhaust outlet, and a specular interior insertable into the shell. The sides of the specular insert are spaced apart from the walls of the shell so as to form a double-walled housing having air cooling chambers and vents which fac ...


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Russell L Kerschmann, Michael E Bolles, Andrew D Hendrickson: Method and apparatus for measurement of microtome performance. Resolution Sciences Corporation, Craig M Stainbrook, Larry D Johnson, Johnson & Stainbrook, December 11, 2001: US06330348 (71 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for monitoring and evaluating the performance and condition of histology laboratory microtomes and microtome accessories including knives, motor drives, and illumination devices. Irregularities in an image of the surface of a block mounted on the microtome are detected and cha ...


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Joseph Holmes: Visual calibration target set method. Larry D Johnson, Craig M Stainbrook, Johnson & Stainbrook, February 3, 2004: US06686953 (53 worldwide citation)

A novel process of visual calibration of a computer display or the like in volves adjusting the appearance and relative appearance of targets and su targets displayed on the display. An objective method is provided for determining the precisely optimal brightness setting for CRT displays, which meth ...


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Vadim I Pougatchev, Eugene N Zhirnov, Eugene N Gribkov: Respiratory sinus arrhythmia training system. Biomed USA, Larry D Johnson, Craig M Stainbrook, Johnson & Stainbrook, October 23, 2001: US06305943 (50 worldwide citation)

A biofeedback training method and apparatus to increase and reinforce the respiratory sinus arrhythmia as an outcome of a breath training technique, said apparatus comprising a physiological monitoring device that provides raw physiological data to a computer having a software program that receives ...


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Richard D Simon, Jerry Kinzel: Gravity flow sludge load-out metering gate. Material Systems Engineers, Larry D Johnson, Craig M Strainbrook, Johnson & Stainbrook, January 21, 2003: US06508387 (50 worldwide citation)

A gravity flow sludge load-out metering gate comprising a frame having longitudinal and horizontal frame rails and a transverse rail member which defines a gate front portion and a smaller gate rear portion. A sludge inlet funnel is positioned above the front portion for insertion into the interior ...


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Peter Wardenburg: Adjustable height grow light. Hydrofarm, Larry D Johnson, Craig M Stainbrook, Johnson & Stainbrook, December 3, 2002: US06488387 (47 worldwide citation)

An adjustable height grow light for easy manual adjustment of the vertical position of the light fixture. The light includes a light stand having two vertical supports and a horizontal support connected to the vertical supports and defining an interior channel containing the operative elements of th ...


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Anthony Valencia, Mary Valencia, Brady Phenicie: Wall-mounted touch screen information system. Larry D Johnson, Craig M Stainbrook, Johnson & Stainbrook, February 10, 2004: US06688518 (36 worldwide citation)

A wall-mounted touch screen information system includes a rugged housing with a hinged front cover. The housing is compact enough for wall mounting. A single board computer inside the housing is connected to a touch screen, a CCD camera, a card reader, and a spool printer attached to the front cover ...


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Michael A Harrison: Pedestrian crosswalk signal apparatus—pedestrian crosswalk. Larry D Johnson, Craig M Stainbrook, Johnson & Stainbrook, May 7, 2002: US06384742 (35 worldwide citation)

A traffic warning system which alerts approaching vehicle traffic to the presence of a pedestrian in a crosswalk. The system includes a plurality of surface mounted lights partially embedded in and placed across a roadway. The lights are activated by the pedestrian, either by manual switch or by a s ...