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Peter K Purdy, Kirk W Beach: Speed sensor and head-mounted data display. Insight, Ward Brown, Robert W Beach, July 19, 1988: US04757714 (145 worldwide citation)

A transmitter is mounted for movement with a skier or other self-propelled sportsman and transmits ultrasonic or electromagnetic waves toward the stationary medium over which the skier or sportsman is moving. An element of the same transmitter or a separate transducer detects waves reflected from th ...


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Kirk Beach, John Overbeck: Vector doppler medical devices for blood velocity studies. Board of Regents of the University of Washington, Robert W Beach, April 25, 1995: US05409010 (96 worldwide citation)

An ultrasonic pulse-echo medical device for determining the angular heading and magnitude of the velocity of blood flowing through a blood vessel by transmitting a pulsed ultrasonic beam from a single transmitting transducer and receiving echoes from sample volumes along such beam by a plurality of ...


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Sheila J Fraser, Roger B Gillette, Richard L Olson: Sterilizing process and apparatus utilizing gas plasma. The Boeing Company, Robert W Beach, April 6, 1976: US03948601 (90 worldwide citation)

A continuous flow of gas plasma is supplied to a space at a very low pressure in which the object to be sterilized is located. Cool plasma of a suitable gas such as argon is produced continually by being subjected to a radio-frequency field. Complex shapes such as capillary passages through a blood ...


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Truman R Clay: Adjustable putter. Robert W Beach, August 15, 1995: US05441274 (84 worldwide citation)

A golf clubhead includes a lower part with stepped ramps spaced apart and inclined downwardly toward each other engageable by stepped undersurface slopes at the opposite ends of an upper clubhead part carried by the golf club shank, which lower part and upper part can be secured together in differen ...


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Adrian Zandbergen: Method of making a conical spiral antenna. Ward Brown, Robert W Beach, March 6, 1984: US04435716 (83 worldwide citation)

A length of somewhat resilient yet deformable conductor wire is wound into a tight coil on a generally frustoconical mandrel. The coil is stretched axially inside the bore of an elongated, generally frustoconical antenna blank or casing such that the convolutions of the coil consecutively engage the ...


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Kirk Watson Beach: Method for detecting brain microhemorrhage. Robert W Beach, September 14, 1999: US05951476 (82 worldwide citation)

Continued bleeding into a pocket or hematoma in the cranium could exert pressure on the brain which would move it relative to the cranium to force the brain stem into the medulla oblongata to arrest breathing. Such brain micromovement is detected by projecting bursts of ultrasound into one or both o ...


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Howard L Luray: Protective packages. Ward Brown, Robert W Beach, August 19, 1986: US04606460 (74 worldwide citation)

A fragile article is enclosed in the central portion of an elongated shock-absorbing cradle supported only at its ends by connection or attachment to the ends of an outer rigid box or framework. The opposite sides of the cradle extend along but are spaced inward of the sides of the box or framework ...


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Gary J Safadago: IV tube anchor and shield. Ward Brown, Robert W Beach, July 11, 1989: US04846807 (71 worldwide citation)

A continuous frame of resilient foam material is strapped to a patient with a central aperture of the frame surrounding the puncture area of an intravenous (IV) needle inserted into the patient. A separate dome with ventilation apertures is attachable over the central aperture of the frame to shield ...


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Albert R Haugerud: Computer controllable robotic educational toy. Ward Brown, Robert W Beach, December 8, 1987: US04712184 (68 worldwide citation)

An interface receives a high and low voltage signal from a single contact or pin of an output port of a multipurpose microcomputer and uses such signal to control the electrically-powered movement or action of a robot as determined by the programming of the microcomputer. The robot has a sensor conn ...


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Jennifer L Elf: Infant carrier. Ward Brown, Robert W Beach, January 31, 1984: US04428514 (67 worldwide citation)

Long shoulder straps have corresponding ends secured to a length of fabric and extend from one of its ends. The free ends of the long straps are connectible to the length at its other end or, optionally, generally midway between its ends so as to form closed loops for mounting the carrier on the sho ...



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