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William G Clark: Human and animal tissue photoradiation system and method. Burleigh Instruments, Martin Lukacher, June 29, 1982: US04336809 (200 worldwide citation)

A tissue photoradiation system uses a hematoporphyrin or hematoporphyrin derivative dye in tissue to be irradiated and arranges a xenon ion laser 10 for simultaneous lasing. Deep blue light is produced at wavelengths of about 406-427 nanometers and red light at a wavelength of about 627 nanometers b ...


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Walter M Plassche Jr: Interventional needle having an automatically capping stylet. Martin Lukacher, April 5, 1994: US05300045 (200 worldwide citation)

The tip of a stylet which is received in a needle cannula is automatically capped in a guard body when the stylet is withdrawn from the cannula. The stylet may be reassembled in the cannula and put into working position, with the point of the tip extending from the cannula shaft, by reinserting the ...


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Marn T Seol: Propulsion mechanism for lever propelled bicycles. Alenax, Martin LuKacher, December 23, 1986: US04630839 (176 worldwide citation)

A bicycle having pivoted lever pedal system (1, 2, 45) and lever arm length or gear ratio (speed) change devices (3, 4, 5, 6). Propulsion forces from the lever pedals (1) are transferred via the lever arm length change device (3) through a flexible interconnecting cable and pulley system (7, 8, 9, 1 ...


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Jay M Eastman, John A Boles: Portable transaction terminal. PSC, Martin LuKacher, May 4, 1993: US05208449 (142 worldwide citation)

A headset to be worn around the head of an operator having a head-band, a microphone, a bar code reader, a display, electronics including a microprocessor and speech recognition for translating alphanumeric names and words into data which are to be stored in the memory of the microprocessor and a tr ...


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Allan S MacKinnon, Donald J Willemsen, David T Hamilton: Automated guided vehicle system. Modular Automation, Martin LuKacher, July 16, 1985: US04530056 (132 worldwide citation)

An Automated Guided Vehicle System (AGVS) in which vehicles follow a guidepath defined by wires carrying electrical signals with selected routing between stations along the path. The vehicle has on-board a plurality of sensors operative independently or dependently of the wire for obtaining a plural ...


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James M Zavislan: Imaging system using polarization effects to enhance image quality. Lucid, Kenneth J Lukacher, Martin Lukacher, October 17, 2000: US06134010 (127 worldwide citation)

The quality of images produced by confocal microscopy, and especially scanning laser confocal microscopy, is enhanced especially for images obtained in turbid mediums such as many biological tissue specimens, by reducing speckle from scatterers that exist outside (above and below) the section which ...


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Robert O Banker: Sync suppression scrambling of television signals for subscription TV. Scientific Atlanta, Martin LuKacher, August 14, 1984: US04466017 (121 worldwide citation)

In order to provide higher efficiency of security in sync suppression scrambling of subscription TV signals, the signals are encoded with a timing pulse having a selected time delay relationship with the suppressed horizontal sync intervals of the TV signals. The timing can be implemented digitally ...


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John A Boles, Jay M Eastman: Bar code scanner laser radiation exposure limit control system. Optel System, Martin Lukacher, January 27, 1987: US04639606 (100 worldwide citation)

In order to meet the requirements for laser radiation safety, namely laser output which can enter the naked human eye indefinitely and cause no discernible damage (Class I emission limit) in a code symbol (bar code) scanner, a mode controller is used for generating a laser enabling the signal so as ...


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John H Aver Jr, William A Petit: Radio based railway signaling and traffic control system. General Signal Corporation, Martin LuKacher, Ronald Reichman, December 8, 1987: US04711418 (100 worldwide citation)

A railway signaling and traffic control system which minimizes the wayside equipment and eliminates the pole lines which carry power and signals along the right-of-way using instead the radio channel between the trains and the central office. Each train communicates with devices, such as passive bea ...


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Jay M Eastman, John A Boles: Optical device for detecting coded symbols. Optel Systems, Martin LuKacher, July 29, 1986: US04603262 (98 worldwide citation)

An optical device for detecting bar codes (markings or patterns which symbolize data such as the name and vendor of a product) are detected by an optical device which serves as a bar code scanner. A laser diode and associated optics provides an invisible beam. A visible marker beam coincident with t ...



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