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James R Newton: Magnetically controllable hearing aid. Argosy Electronics, Palmatier Sjoquist Helget & Voigt P A, August 19, 1997: US05659621 (123 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for controlling an adjustable operational parameter of a hearing aid by the use of an external magnetic actuator held in proximity with the hearing aid. The hearing aid has a microphone for generating signals, hearing aid circuitry for processing the signals, an output transducer for tr ...


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Carl A Caspers: Hypobarically-controlled artificial limb with detents for amputees. Palmatier Sjoquist Helget & Voigt P A, April 7, 1998: US05735906 (69 worldwide citation)

A hypobarically-controlled artificial limb for amputees includes an outer socket, a flexible, compressible inner socket within the outer socket with a cavity for receiving the residual limb, a space between the inner socket and the outer socket, a vacuum source connected to the cavity, a positive pr ...


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Brian J Hansen, Stewart L Hansen: Batting glove with shield. Palmatier Sjoquist Helget & Voigt P A, June 24, 1997: US05640712 (64 worldwide citation)

A protective batting glove having finger portions for covering the fingers and hand of an individual, the glove includes a cushioned shield engaged to the glove proximate to the back of the hand of the individual such that the shield is concealed to provide the appearance of a conventional unprotect ...


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Philip C Olsen: Water ozonation treatment apparatus. Hew Lyn, Palmatier Sjoquist Helget & Voigt P A, November 4, 1997: US05683576 (56 worldwide citation)

The object of the present invention is a water treatment apparatus that integrates an ozone generator, CT and storage tanks and a microcontroller to treat water in accordance with proposed EPA test protocol under the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticicle Act (FIFRA). The present invention ...


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David L Nyseth: Wafer carrier with door. Fluoroware, Palmatier Sjoquist Helget & Voigt P A, January 27, 1998: US05711427 (50 worldwide citation)

A wafer container has an open front defined by a door frame and a door sized for the door frame. The door receiving frame has slots on opposite sides and the door utilizes latching portions that extend and retract from the edge portion of the door into and out of the slots for latching and unlatchin ...


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Phillip Scott Finley: Device and method for dynamic encryption. Douglas J Christensen Esq, Nelson R Capes Esq, Palmatier Sjoquist Helget & Voigt P A, April 21, 1998: US05742686 (47 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for dynamic encryption of information including data, voice, and graphics, consisting of a random access memory containing encryption and decryption programs and the information to be encrypted and decrypted, an encryption processor executing the encryption and decryption pro ...


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Jack A Khattar: Milk and cereal bowl. Palmatier Sjoquist Helget & Voigt P A, October 14, 1997: US05676275 (42 worldwide citation)

A bowl is for retaining milk and cereal in a separated condition. The inventive device includes a lower bowl for containing milk, with an upper bowl removably coupled to the lower bowl for containing cereal. A well portion of the upper bowl extends into the lower bowl and includes a plurality of ape ...


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William N Mayer: Method for measuring material permeability characteristics. Modern Controls, Palmatier Sjoquist Helget & Voigt P A, January 7, 1997: US05591898 (41 worldwide citation)

A method for measuring the permeability of a gas through a material, wherein the steps include exposing the material to the gas to be measured and measuring the outgassing characteristics of the material over increments of time to develop exponential expressions representative of the measured amount ...


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Peter J Cmiel, Kerry D Mullen, Eric Axelson: Lighted inflatable device with long battery life. Counter Punch Group, Palmatier Sjoquist Helget & Voigt P A, June 17, 1997: US05639076 (39 worldwide citation)

A permanently sealed, lighted, inflatable device comprises a permanently sealed outer shell, an inner inflatable bladder disposed within the outer shell, a valve for inflating the inner inflatable bladder, and a self-contained, non-replaceable illumination element disposed between and engagingly hel ...


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Douglas J Brenna, Shirley A Brenna: Crane level indicator device. Palmatier Sjoquist Helget & Voigt P A, October 7, 1997: US05673491 (38 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a level indicator device for cranes. A sensor sending unit fixed to the crane base utilizes a free swinging pendulum with a tip which activates sensor portions on a sensor board. An out-of-level attitude of the crane tilts the sensor sending unit and thus moves the pendulum tip to conta ...