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Donald L Decker, William M Tolles: Optical notch filter utilizing electric dipole resonance absorption. The Unites States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, R S Sciascia, Roy Miller, K G Pritchard, July 11, 1978: US04099854 (194 worldwide citation)

An optical notch filter having a suspension of small absorbing particles which blocks a narrow band of frequencies. The small absorbent particles are suspended as a colloidal system which can have either a solid, liquid or gas as host material. The absorbing particles can be incorporated in a solid ...


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J Paul Shelton: Wideband polarization-transforming electromagnetic mirror. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, R S Sciascia, Philip Schneider, Vincent Ranucci, October 14, 1980: US04228437 (185 worldwide citation)

A reflecting mirror for transforming the polarization of electromagnetic ) waves independently of the frequency of the waves and, thus, over an arbitrarily wide RF bandwidth includes two interleaved sets of planar arrays of resonant elements, both being orthogonally polarized, and each set comprisin ...


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Hassan H Khalil: Carotid thermodilution catheter. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, R S Sciascia, W Thom Skeer, Timothy R Schulte, December 23, 1980: US04240441 (159 worldwide citation)

A thermodilution catheter having a proximal high frequency heating coil of fine wires, heat measuring thermocouples, and a distal resistance thermometer, all wound externally on a catheter for measuring arterial blood flow. The device also incorporates electrodes for electrocardiogram tracing.


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Harold L Benham, Steven D Clark, Hubert L Huffman, Ronald J Stovall: Battery thermal runaway monitor. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, R S Sciascia, Paul S Collignon, September 12, 1978: US04114083 (144 worldwide citation)

A device for determining a thermal runaway condition in a nickel-cadmium tery. A current sensor develops a DC voltage proportional to battery current and a converter converts the voltage to a pulse train whose frequency is directly proportional to battery current. The pulse train frequency is monito ...


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Gerald E McWilliams: Device for determining the state of charge in batteries. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, R S Sciascia, G J Rubens, T M Phillips, July 13, 1976: US03969667 (144 worldwide citation)

A device for determining the state of charge in batteries. The battery un test is discharged to its maximum capability by controlling the discharge current in a linear manner. The product of the current and battery voltage is recorded until the battery power reaches maximum at the maximum power poin ...


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Albert D Krall, Albert M Syeles: Embedded dielectric rod antenna. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, R S Sciascia, A L Branning, D A Lashmit, June 16, 1981: US04274097 (133 worldwide citation)

A compact, directional antenna element for achieving narrow beamwidths and ide bandwidths. The element is formed from a polyrod having a high dielectric constant embedded in a wave guide made of a second medium having a dielectric constant slightly lower than that of the rod.


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Edward J Pasahow, Carlos Nuese: Programmable data terminal set. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, R S Sciascia, G J Rubens, H Fendelman, April 22, 1980: US04199809 (102 worldwide citation)

An operator console, a general purpose digital computer and a radio set irface are connected to perform the modulation and demodulation of the differential coherent quadrature phase shift signal used to transmit the digital information over a computer-to-computer radio link. The console is used to i ...


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Walter C Dillon, Roderick S Mesecar: Magnetic tape pulse width to digital convertor. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, R S Sciascia, Charles D B Curry, December 7, 1976: US03996586 (99 worldwide citation)

A magnetic tape translator for converting information on a magnetic tape ing a format of short pulses and long pulses into the more unusual format of 1's and 0's, respectively. This is achieved by the use of a unique logic circuit employing a plurality of flip-flop devices, multivibrators and AND ga ...


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Herman B Fleishman: Tactical nagivation and communication system. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, R S Sciascia, Henry Hansen, November 4, 1980: US04232313 (93 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus are provided for the tactical nagivation and communiion of a community of aircraft. Each of the aircraft in the community is provided with an inertial navigation system capable of providing accurate short term navigational information and a time synchronized ranging system capab ...


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Kenneth J Campbell: RF signal generator. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, R S Sciascia, G J Rubens, T M Phillips, September 6, 1977: US04047121 (92 worldwide citation)

An RF test signal generator including a driving oscillator, a pulse generr for generating narrow spikes at the oscillator frequency (such as a step recovery diode), a modulator and an attenuator. Since the very narrow pulse exhibits nearly constant amplitude in the frequency domain, a constant ampli ...