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Gregory A Bussiere, Rother V Hodges, Robert J Pallack Jr: Universal client and consumer. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, James M Kasischke, Jean Paul A Nasser, Michael P Stanley, October 23, 2007: US07287252 (105 worldwide citation)

In a network computing environment with a distributed software system utilizing Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA), a Universal Client and Consumer tool that creates Client and Consumer implementations for use in interacting with any existing Servers and/or Suppliers in the system, an ...


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Pahl W Rice: Wind dam electric generator and method. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, James M Kasischke, Michael P Stanley, Jean Paul A Nasser, January 10, 2006: US06984899 (74 worldwide citation)

A vertical axis windmill is provided wherein the amount of wind directed to blades in the power producing part of rotation and the mechanical load of multiple generators is controlled by a feedback control to maintain a relatively constant rotational frequency of the shaft of the windmill. In a pref ...


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James J Kassal, Richard W Ranlet: Termination clamp assembly for a hybrid electrical/fiber optic cable. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, James M Kasischke, Michael P Stanley, Jean Paul A Nasser, November 8, 2005: US06963690 (43 worldwide citation)

A device for terminating a hybrid electrical/fiber optic cable at a connector comprising a clamp assembly affecting a swage lock on a k-tube to prevent movement of the k-tube within the connector and resultant damage to the optical fibers. The clamp assembly comprises two clamp halves, at least one ...


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David F Rivera: Gravity-actuated submarine antenna. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, James M Kasischke, Michael P Stanley, Jean Paul A Nasser, February 22, 2005: US06859180 (29 worldwide citation)

An antenna including a feed tube with radial fins and circular plates at the ends of the tube and fins thereby forming a boundary for a plurality of resonant cavities. Curved plates, connected to the tube by switches of a switching system, partially encompass and subtend to the length of the tube. I ...


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Charles D Spellman, Walter J Roderick, Donald C Portofee: Strength strand construction for a longitudinal section of a cable. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, James M Kasischke, Jean Paul A Nasser, Michael P Stanley, January 31, 2006: US06992253 (29 worldwide citation)

An assembly including a span of microwave signals flexible coaxial line, or other form energy transmission media, is provided with generally coextensive, non-metallic longitudinal strength strands to render greater tensile strength to the assembly. Marginal axial end sections of a coaxial cable span ...


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Paul V Cavallaro, Claudia J Quigley, Ali M Sadegh: Combined in-plane shear and multi-axial tension or compression testing apparatus. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, James M Kasischke, Michael P Stanley, Jean Paul A Nasser, March 1, 2005: US06860156 (25 worldwide citation)

An in-plane shear and multi-axial tension or compression testing apparatus having four-bar linkages pivotable to two sleeves on an opposite vertices with the sleeves of each vertex rotationally attached to each other. Lateral links of each linkage are pivotally attached to load transfer plates in wh ...


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Lynn T Antonelli, John F Lomba, William J Ohley: Non-contact waveform monitor. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, Jean Paul A Nasser, James M Kasischke, Michael P Stanley, October 31, 2006: US07128714 (22 worldwide citation)

A non-contact method and apparatus for continuously monitoring a physiological event in a human or animal, such as blood pressure, which involves utilizing a laser-based interferometer system to produce a waveform that is representative of continuous blood pressure in a subject. The invention may pr ...


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Promode R Bandyopadhyay: Wake absorber. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, Jean Paul A Nasser, James M Kasischke, Michael P Stanley, August 30, 2005: US06935263 (21 worldwide citation)

A wake absorber, wherein an aquatic vehicle with a propulsor mounted on the vehicle and operative to propel the vehicle through a water medium, has a wake absorber mounted on the vehicle aft of the propulsor. The wake absorber includes an artificial muscle surface adapted to be impinged upon by a wa ...


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Robert Michael Payton: Natural fiber span reflectometer providing a virtual differential signal sensing array capability. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, James M Kasischke, Michael P Stanley, Jean Paul A Nasser, September 25, 2007: US07274441 (21 worldwide citation)

A CW lightwave modulated by a continuously reiterated pseudorandom (PN) code sequence is launched into an end of a span of ordinary optical fiber cable. Portions of the launched lightwave back propagate to the launch end from a continuum of locations along the span because of innate fiber properties ...


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Jeremy R Heaston, David E Toth: Deployment system and method for subsurface launched unmanned aerial vehicle. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, James M Kasischke, Michael P Stanley, Jean Paul A Nasser, January 6, 2009: US07472866 (20 worldwide citation)

A launch system in which an unmanned aerial vehicle is secured to a platform in a watertight tube adapted to be launched from a submerged platform. Once launched, side panels on the tube are jettisoned and a flotation device is deployed to bring the tube to the surface. The flotation device maintain ...