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Steven Messenger: Wireless coupling of devices to wired network. Telesystems SLW, Mirek A Waraksa, January 4, 1994: US05276680 (256 worldwide citation)

Spaced-apart communication controllers connected to a cable-based network place a portable device in communication with the network for transfer of data packets. Each controller communicates with the portable device with packet transmissions through air, and requires registration of the portable dev ...


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Steven Messenger: Wireless local area network. Telesystems SLW, Mirek A Waraksa, September 3, 1991: US05046066 (208 worldwide citation)

A local area network permits wireless transfer of digitized data among data processing machines in the interior of a building. The network includes a base station which may commonly be associated with shared network resources such as a host computer, print servers and file servers and a plurality of ...


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Jerry Moscovitch: Dual display system. Mirek A Waraksa, November 18, 1997: US05687939 (137 worldwide citation)

A display system includes a base, a pair of electronic displays, and an arm assembly that supports the displays from the base in vertical or horizontal registration. In one implementation, the arm assembly is a single telescopic member that rotates relative to the base and locks in vertical and hori ...


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Steven Messenger: Wireless communications system. Telesystems SLW, Mirek A Waraksa, March 31, 1992: US05101406 (82 worldwide citation)

A wireless packet communication system is operable in a frequency band occupied by other transmission sources. The system includes a base station and several remote stations. Each remote station has a transceiver for transmitting and receiving data packets on electromagnetic carriers. The carrier fr ...


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Steven Messenger, Tommy Tsoulogia: Wireless local area network. Telesystems SLW, Mirek A Waraksa, April 27, 1993: US05206881 (73 worldwide citation)

In a wireless local area network in which data packets are spread spectrum encoded, method and apparatus are provided for determining phase values that synchronize noise codes at network stations with received data packets. A synchronizing packet is first transmitted from a source station to various ...


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Mohan Bhogal: Controlling the velocity of projectiles from gas-powered guns. Mirek A Waraksa, November 30, 1993: US05265582 (45 worldwide citation)

A gas-powered gun fires a projectile at a settable velocity unaffected by substantial increases in the operating pressure of a gas cartridge. The gun has a compartment for accumulating a charge of gas. The compartment includes a chamber whose inlet is controlled by a valve member normally in a close ...


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Lyman Richardson, Wojciech Mizera: Electric motor. Dynamic Systems International, Mirek A Waraksa, November 15, 1994: US05365137 (43 worldwide citation)

A modular, expandable, low-weight electric motor has a cylindrical, non-magnetic casing formed in axially-aligned sections. The casing sections are releasably connected to define a unitary structure with a polygonal exterior surface and a circular interior surface. Separate U-shaped stator pole asse ...


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Shivendra Varma: Code-operated catch mechanism for hotel room door. Mirek A Waraksa, December 22, 1998: US05850753 (34 worldwide citation)

A controllable catch mechanism is installed in the door frame of hotel room to engage both a spring-biased latch and a deadbolt associated with the room door. The position of the deadbolt is sensed or a requirement for privacy is otherwise indicated with a switch within the room. An alphanumeric key ...


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Alan J Lupin: Cochlear implant. Mirek A Waraksa, September 6, 1994: US05344387 (32 worldwide citation)

An implant produces an auditory response in the auditory nerve of a person's ear. The implant is a flexible, coiled strip of piezoelectric material dimensioned for insertion into the scala tympani of the ear in general alignment with the spiral path that the scala tympani follows. The length of the ...


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Lung C Cheng: Pill container. Mirek A Waraksa, July 13, 1993: US05226539 (32 worldwide citation)

A pill container has a lower part with eight compartments, and an upper part that rotates on the lower part. The compartments are side-by-side in a circular arrangement, and each normally contains a daily allotment of pills. The upper part carries a door, and a detent mechanism ensures that the door ...