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Mark Champion: System and method for request, delivery and use of multimedia files for audiovisual entertainment in the home environment. Sony Corporation, Sony Electronics, Steven L Nichols, Rader Fishman & Grauer PLLC, August 17, 2004: US06778869 (494 worldwide citation)

A personal computer connected to the Internet can receive and store audio and audiovisual data or programming from the Internet. This audio and audiovisual programming can be provided by the computer over a digital connection to speakers and/or a monitor located away from the computer at a location ...


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Machio Yamagishi, Akira Yumoto: Active matrix type display apparatus and drive circuit thereof. Sony Corporation, Ronald P Kananen, Rader Fishman & Grauer PLLC, December 31, 2002: US06501466 (380 worldwide citation)

Each of picture elements comprises an input transistor for accepting a signal current from a data line when a scanning line is selected, a conversion transistor for converting the signal current into a voltage and for holding thus converted voltage, and a drive transistor for driving a light emittin ...


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Akira Yumoto: Current drive circuit and display device using the same, pixel circuit, and drive method. Sony Corporation, Rader Fishman & Grauer PLL, Ronald P Kananen, February 22, 2005: US06859193 (371 worldwide citation)

A display including a current drive circuit capable of supplying a desired current to a light-emitting element in each pixel stably and accurately irrespective of the characteristic variations of active elements in the pixel, thereby providing a high-definition image. Each pixel is composed of a rec ...


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Paul C Jenkins, David V Deal, Thomas G Cuthbertson, James W Morton, Andrew D Smith, David R Hoy, Gerald W Egeberg: System for monitoring vehicle efficiency and vehicle and driver performance. Tripmaster Corporation, Rader Fishman & Grauer PLLC, June 26, 2001: US06253129 (293 worldwide citation)

A commercial vehicle fleet management system which integrates a vehicle on-board computer, a precise positioning system, and communication system to provide automated calculating and reporting of jurisdictional fuel taxes, road use taxes, vehicle registration fees, and the like. In a further aspect, ...


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Michael E Miller, Joseph L Mark, Charles Butcher, John P Hancock: Biopsy apparatus. Suros Surgical Systems, Rader Fishman & Grauer PLLC, July 6, 2004: US06758824 (280 worldwide citation)

A tissue cutting device is provided that includes an outer cannula defining an outer lumen and a tissue-receiving opening adjacent a distal end of the outer cannula in communication with the outer lumen. An inner cannula is slidably disposed within the outer lumen and defines an inner lumen from an ...


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Michael E Miller, Joseph L Mark, John P Hancock, Charles Butcher: Biopsy apparatus. Suros Surgical Systems, Rader Fishman & Grauer PLLC, October 28, 2003: US06638235 (274 worldwide citation)

A disposable tissue removal device comprises a “tube within a tube” cutting element mounted to a handpiece. The inner cannula of the cutting element defines an inner lumen and terminates in an inwardly beveled, razor-sharp cutting edge. The inner cannula is driven by both a rotary motor and a recipr ...


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Raymond P Ernst Jr, Terry B Wilson: Vehicular collision avoidance system. Yazaki North America, Rader Fishman & Grauer PLLC, October 17, 2006: US07124027 (243 worldwide citation)

A collision avoidance system for use in a vehicle. The system facilitates the avoidance of other vehicles and other potential hazards or obstacles. A sensor subsystem is used to capture sensor data relating to one or more areas outside the vehicle. Sensor data is sent from the sensor subsystem to a ...


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Mark E Grandy, Edwin D Laing, Janet M Rosenbaum, James J Pelster, Rune Totland, Jim L Dickman II, Mark W White, David J Wiekhorst, Timothy N Berelsman: High performance data cable. Prestolite Wire Corporation, Rader Fishman & Grauer PLLC, November 21, 2000: US06150612 (230 worldwide citation)

High performance data cables are provided that allows for future growth in networking speeds. The high performance data cables achieve this result while satisfying the dimensional requirements set by the EIA/TIA 568-A standards as well as fire performance safety requirements of the National Fire Pro ...