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Juergen Dethloff, Christian Hinneberg: Multi-user card system. Juergen Dethloff, Notaro & Michalos, June 6, 1989: US04837422 (483 worldwide citation)

A card combination which is issued to a single cardholder can be reprogrammed by the cardholder for use by a sub-user to a desired extent with regard to value and time. The cardholder uses a master enabling code to access the programming mechanism. He/she assigns a sub-PIN for use by the sub-user an ...


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Juergen Dethloff, Christian Hinneberg: Smart card issuing and receiving apparatus. Juergen Dethloff, Notaro & Michalos, November 6, 1990: US04968873 (341 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for issuing a transaction card comprises a value receiving mechanism in the form of a card reader or a bank note acceptor or both. The apparatus includes a memory for storing the exchange rate for a plurality of currencies as compared to a local visitor's voucher which can be issued by ...


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Kathryn M Conway, Yutao Zhou: LED lamp with reflector and multicolor adjuster. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Notaro & Michalos P C, November 21, 2000: US06149283 (311 worldwide citation)

A lighting device has a support that can be screwed into a standard 120 volt light socket. A ring with multiple, alternating color, circumferentially spaced LEDs, is connected to the support and a reflector is provided over the ring for reflecting light from the LEDs past the ring. A power supply ci ...


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Jun Fujimoto: Home medical system and medical apparatus for use therewith. Seta, NASA Corporation, Notaro & Michalos, August 23, 1994: US05339821 (302 worldwide citation)

A home medical system allows any patient or healthy person to measure his or her daily condition at home and undergo a check or an inquiry diagnosis by a medical specialist or doctor. The home medical system includes equipment for measuring the electrocardiogram and other heart conditions of a user, ...


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Ronald B Odrich: Ocular implant for controlling glaucoma. Notaro & Michalos, August 20, 1991: US05041081 (205 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates in general to ophthalmic implants, and in particular to a new and useful transcleral apparatus for the draining of aqueous humor from the anterior chamber of the eye. The implant comprises a transcleral conduit having an inlet opening at one end thereof for communicatin ...


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Ronald B Odrich: Implant with subconjunctival arch. Notaro & Michalos, July 7, 1992: US05127901 (159 worldwide citation)

An ophthalmic implant for draining aqueous humor from the anterior chamber of the eye comprises a transcleral conduit having an inlet opening at one end thereof for communicating with the anterior chamber of an eye, and an outlet opening at an opposite end of the conduit for draining fluid from the ...


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Helmut Rudigier, Roland Pfefferkorn, Kurt Tiefenthaler, Veronique Briquet, Alois Zetting, Peter Marbach, Francois Legay, Peter End: Optical biosensor matrix. Balzers Aktiengesellschaft, Artificial Sensing Instruments ASI, Notaro & Michalos P C, April 14, 1998: US05738825 (154 worldwide citation)

A detection cell which is used as a component of an optical biosensor comprises a transparent base plate and a sample plate on the base plate. The sample plate has a matrix of wells extending through it to each to receive a sample. The base plate includes a waveguiding film and a diffraction grating ...


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Othmar Voser: Self-supporting optical cable. Kupferdraht Isolierwerk, Notaro & Michalos, September 3, 1991: US05044722 (147 worldwide citation)

An optical cable has a core (1) which comprises at least one optical conductor (7) stranded around a central member (6). The core (1) with the optical conductors (7) is enclosed by a reinforcing layer (2) comprising strength members (11). These strength members (11) are profiled bodies with flat cro ...


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Thomas R Packwood: Risk assessment and management system. Union State Bank, Notaro & Michalos P C, February 28, 2006: US07006992 (136 worldwide citation)

A method of analyzing and presenting a series of risk factors associated with the operation of a business, such as a bank. Quantifiable risk factors are identified. Ranges of acceptable and unacceptable values for the factors are selected and arranged to each factor. Each risk factor has an immediac ...


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Peter Feldman: Autodialer with pin feature. Notaro & Michalos, August 30, 1994: US05343519 (134 worldwide citation)

An autodialer with code feature, has a credit card sized carrier which contains; an audio transducer mounted to the carrier and activatable to produce tones that are comprehensible as discreet numerals and symbols by a touch-tone dialing system. A memory in the carrier stores a first sequence of num ...