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Max Epstein, Michel E Marhic: Fiber optic laser illuminators. Northwestern University, Michael G Berkman, Glenn E Klepac, March 8, 1977: US04011403 (119 worldwide citation)

An object-illuminating and imaging system utilizing, in combination, a laser beam as a light source and an optical fiber as a light transmitter. Light-focusing means are provided and the focused laser beam is, in a preferred embodiment of the invention, directed to impinge upon a single, small-diame ...


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Jianming Li: Method of making silicon material with enhanced surface mobility by hydrogen ion implantation. Biota, Michael G Berkman, March 30, 1993: US05198371 (100 worldwide citation)

A new-type silicon material is produced by hydrogen ion implantation and subsequent annealing, the annealing being preferably in two steps. The present invention raises surface mobility of a silicon wafer and produces a buried high-resistivity layer beneath a silicon surface layer. The resulting pro ...


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Raymond C Vaughan, David M DiSabito, Norbert J Mruk, Arthur R Eddy Jr: Disposable biomedical and diagnostic electrode. Graphic Controls Corporation, Michael G Berkman, December 24, 1985: US04559950 (88 worldwide citation)

A disposable biomedical and diagnostic electrode characterized in that functional electrical contact is effected between the skin and an electrically conductive element of the electrode by means of a conductive adhesive, and in that conductive skin contact is enhanced, when necessary, by selective a ...


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Paul D Osenkarski: Body electrode with indicator to ensure optimal securement. Graphic Controls Corporation, Michael G Berkman, July 22, 1980: US04213463 (74 worldwide citation)

A body electrode including a visual indicator to ensure optimal parallel positioning and electrical current distribution between the electrode and the body. The indicator comprises a flap imprinted with alternating areas of green and red indicia, and an exterior sheet overlying the flap and defining ...


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Morris Braun: Dispensing closure with articulated flip-top cap. W Braun Company, Michael G Berkman, May 10, 1988: US04742928 (72 worldwide citation)

A hinge assembly for an articulated, multi-component closure for a dispensing container. The closure includes a generally cylindrical sleeve embracing a neck of the container and secured in place. The sleeve is bridged by a transversely-extending top wall formed with a through port for dispensing th ...


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Charles A Saunders: Arrow nock orientation assembly. Saunders Archery Company, Michael G Berkman, October 13, 1992: US05154432 (64 worldwide citation)

An adapter for placement between to intercouple an arrow shaft with a nock for reproducibly establishing a selectable preferred orientation between a reference vane on an arrow shaft and a bowstring-receiving slot of the arrow nock which is affixed on the arrow shaft at an end thereof. The adapter a ...


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Ronald H Taub: Tray of shelf-like structure. Michael G Berkman, October 27, 1992: US05158187 (54 worldwide citation)

A two-component shelf-like or tray assembly of two end-joined interlocking panels each fabricated of molded plastics compositions. Abutting, inter-joinable end walls of the panels are of reciprocal structural configurations, making it possible to use a single mold in fabricating the panels themselve ...


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Edward T Mackiewicz: Water-proof and impact-resistant lighting fixture. Kenall Manufacturing Co, Michael G Berkman, May 2, 1989: US04827386 (53 worldwide citation)

A lighting fixture having a unitary, combination pan-like, wrap-around housing integrally formed with a refractor lens of high-impact plastics material. The housing is hermetically sealed to a heat-dissipating cast metal plate of the fixture through the medium of a resilient sealing bead interposed ...


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Jack Evans: Ratchet drive tool with manual and non-manual power actuation. Michael G Berkman, October 12, 1993: US05251706 (47 worldwide citation)

A ratchet nut runner is energized either manually or by a non-manual power source such as a battery, on-line electrical power or a pneumatic supply. A tubular body or housing, which contains speed-reducing and power-amplifying structures, serves also as the handle or hand grip for the device. A driv ...


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Rufus W Warren, John E Gorman: Lighting control system. Michael G Berkman, August 14, 1990: US04949020 (46 worldwide citation)

A lighting control circuit is provided for controlling illumination and dimming of at least one light in a lighting circuit for operation at a selectable one of a plurality of applied voltages. The lighting control circuit includes a power supply circuit for receiving an AC line voltage input and fo ...