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Henri Sadones: Method and device for analyzing a very high frequency radiation beam of electromagnetic waves. Societe d Etude du Radant, Pollock VandeSande & Priddy, July 23, 1985: US04531126 (196 worldwide citation)

The invention refers to the analysis of a very high frequency radiation beam of electromagnetic waves. According to the invention, a network of conductor wires is placed in the path of a beam to be analyzed, the wires being interrupted at intervals by switches. One controls the conducting state of a ...


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Katsumi Ukai, Tsutomu Tsukada, Kouji Ikeda, Toshio Adachi: Vacuum processing apparatus. Anelva Corporation, Pollock VandeSande & Priddy, March 28, 1989: US04816638 (178 worldwide citation)

A vacuum processing apparatus comprising a load-lock chamber, a vacuum transferring chamber and a processing chamber respectively having evacuating systems for evacuating the respective chambers. The load-lock chamber has a first isolation valve for isolating and opening communication of the load-lo ...


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Carlos V Roberts, Chong K Ong, John G Puente: Mobile radio network for nationwide communications. M A COM, Pollock VandeSande & Priddy, July 4, 1989: US04845504 (168 worldwide citation)

A mobil radio communication network utilizing meteor burst communication medium. A master station communicates with a plurality of mobile radio stations using digital messaging. Each of the master stations generates polling data sent over a plurality of sectors to identify mobile radio stations to w ...


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Shigeru Shinohara, Shun Suzuki, Tatsuo Innami: Computerized circuit arrangement for jig saw. Hitachi Koki Company, Pollock VandeSande & Priddy, December 9, 1986: US04628459 (164 worldwide citation)

A circuit arrangement including a computer is built in an electrical jig saw where various data or information, such as the sort of the material of the workpiece, the thickness of the workpiece, desired degree of finish and way of cutting, are manually inputted via a keyboard so that the computer se ...


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Tsuguya Yamanami, Takahiko Funahashi, Toshiaki Senda: Position detecting apparatus. Wacom, Pollock VandeSande & Priddy, November 7, 1989: US04878553 (150 worldwide citation)

A position detecting apparatus for detecting a position pointed by a pointer on a system such as a digitizer has the following parts: a position detection section having a plurality of loop coils arrayed in a side-by-side fashion in the direction of position detection; a selection circuit for succes ...


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Nobuyuki Takahashi, Hiroaki Kitahara: Substrate processing apparatus. Anelva Corporation, Pollock VandeSande & Priddy, May 2, 1989: US04825808 (143 worldwide citation)

A substrate processing apparatus includes input and output chambers for loading and unloading substrates into and out of the apparatus, a separation chamber connected to the input and output chambers, a plurality of substrate processing chambers connected to the separation chamber for processing the ...


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George Mann: Observer-identification of a target or other point of interest in a viewing field. Smiths, Pollock VandeSande & Priddy, July 5, 1977: US04034401 (139 worldwide citation)

A head-up display system in a military aircraft provides projection of flight and weapon-aiming information into the pilot's line-of-sight through a partially-transparent reflector. The pilot operates a button firstly when he recognizes a target viewing through the display and then again when he fix ...


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Gerard Lehmann, Joel Metais, Jean Francois Meunier, Jean Philippe Gautier: Implantable drug-dispensing capsule and system facilitating its use. Celsa Composants Electriques, R D M Medical, Pollock VandeSande & Priddy, November 1, 1988: US04781685 (128 worldwide citation)

The invention concerns an implantable drug-dispensing capsule and a process and system facilitating its use. According to the invention, a mechanism (7) for detecting the proximity of the injection needle (1) is provided inside the body (5) of the capsule (3), which detection mechanism is connected ...


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Yoshinori Takashima, Toshiichiro Tanaka: Vacuum cleaner with device for adjusting sensitivity of dust sensor. Matsushita Electric Industrial, Pollock VandeSande & Priddy, August 11, 1992: US05136750 (123 worldwide citation)

A vacuum cleaner with a dust sensor comprising a light-emitting element and a light-receiving element for receiving light emitted from the light-emitting element. The dust sensor is provided in a suction passage between a suction nozzle and a dust collector of the vacuum cleaner for detecting dust i ...


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Yoshinori Takashima: Vacuum cleaner with function to adjust sensitivity of dust sensor. Matsushita Electric Industrial, Pollock VandeSande & Priddy, April 21, 1992: US05105502 (118 worldwide citation)

A vacuum cleaner includes an agitator brush which only becomes operational when a carpeted floor is being cleaned. In order to avoid erroneous activation of a dust indicator lamp when individual strands of carpet pile are pulled onto the cleaner, a surface discrimination device lowers the sensitivit ...