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Michael R Levine: VCR Programmer. Krass & Young, March 13, 1990: US04908713 (582 worldwide citation)

A system for programming the automatic operation of a video recorder over an extended time period uses an associated television receiver as a display device for alphanumeric messages to the operator to provide a self-explanatory, interactive programming routine. The video recorder system includes a ...


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Michael R Levine: VCR programmer. Krass & Young, October 16, 1990: US04963994 (458 worldwide citation)

A system for programming the automatic operation of a video recorder over an extended time period uses an associated television receiver as a display device for alphanumeric messages to the operator to provide a self-explanatory, interactive programming routine. The video recorder system includes a ...


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Brent J Garback: Computer travel planning system. Krass & Young, August 17, 1993: US05237499 (366 worldwide citation)

A computer based system for processing travel requests directed to a specific venue from individual members of a sponsored group. The system comprises a data base containing a venue file including information regarding the specific venue, a group member file for each individual member of the group, ...


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Robert J Sarrine: Blood collecting device. Transidyne General, Krass Young & Schivley, November 23, 1982: US04360016 (255 worldwide citation)

A blood collecting device (10) includes a lancet (40) and a capillary tube (30) carried together by an elongated member (14). The tube (30) is simultaneously positioned adjacent the skin when the lancet (40) is advanced by the member (14) to puncture the skin. The lancet (40) is automatically retrac ...


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Robert H Dye: Collision avoidance alarm system. Environmental Research Institute of Michigan, Krass & Young, October 3, 1989: US04872051 (236 worldwide citation)

The following invention is a passive collision avoidance alarm system. An optical sensor (which may optionally be visable, infrared or ultraviolet) is disposed to provide a continuous raster scan of the scene within a wide angle of the direction of travel of the vehicle. This sensor output is conver ...


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Juris Upatnieks: Compact head-up display. Environmental Research Institute of Michigan, Krass & Young, December 8, 1987: US04711512 (232 worldwide citation)

A compact head-up display comprising a combiner which combines light energy from an outside view with light energy transmitted within the combiner and diffracted out by means of an upper diffraction grating. The head-up display disclosed further comprises an image source, a collimating lens, and a l ...


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Milton H Goldrath: Verres needle suturing kit. Krass & Young, July 19, 1994: US05330488 (214 worldwide citation)

A Verres needle suturing device. The spring loaded probe of a Verres needle assembly is modified to include an angled guide for guiding the end of a piece of suture material from the channel of the probe out of the opening of the probe so that it can be snared by a snare introduced into the surgical ...


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Prem Nath, Timothy Laarman, Avtar Singh: Photovoltaic roof system. United Solar Systems Corporation, Krass & Young, August 3, 1993: US05232518 (203 worldwide citation)

A photovoltaic roofing system includes a plurality of roofing panels each having a photovoltaic device thereupon and each including an electrical connector engageable with a connector on another panel. The panels includes upstanding flanges and a batten and seam roof construction may be readily conf ...


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Bruce Burgess, Mark Meyerhoff, Peter H Burleigh, John Ellison, Christine A Smith: Polarographic chemical sensor with external reference electrode. Mallinckrodt Sensor Systems, Krass & Young, January 7, 1992: US05078854 (202 worldwide citation)

An electroanalytical electrode assembly includes an electrically conductive working electrode having a body of electrolyte material thereupon and separated from the analytical environment by a hydrophobic membrane. The membrane has an electrical conductivity greater than the electrical conductivity ...


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Michael R Levine: VCR with cable tuner control. Smart VCR Partnership, Krass & Young, June 16, 1992: US05123046 (199 worldwide citation)

A video recorder, adapted to receive descrambled signals from a remotely controllable tuner/descrambler for multi-channel cable or satellite signals for recording or provision to a T.V. receiver, includes a future program memory which may be programmed by an operator to cause the system to record a ...