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Martin Robert B, Jones Carl T: Nationwide system for selectively distributing information. Gautney & Jones Communications, Rose & Edell, November 12, 1974: US3848193 (181 worldwide citation)

A national warning system utilizes three geographically spaced national warning centers (one primary, two alternates) for controlling and commanding 10 geographically spaced distribution centers which are responsible for transmitting radio signals throughout ten respective regions of the country. De ...


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Ronald D Stouffer: Oscillating spray device. Bowles Fluidics Corporation, Rose & Edell, May 1, 1979: US04151955 (166 worldwide citation)

A fluid dispersal device utilizes the Karman Vortex street phenomenon to cyclically oscillate a fluid stream before issuing the stream in a desired flow pattern. A chamber includes an inlet and outlet with an obstacle or island disposed therebetween to establish the vortex street. The vortex street ...


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Ronald D Stouffer, Harry C Bray Jr: Controlled fluid dispersal techniques. Bowles Fluidics Corporation, Rose & Edell, October 4, 1977: US04052002 (142 worldwide citation)

A liquid spray is characterized by a liquid jet which is cyclically deflected at a high frequency such that it breaks up into a fan-shaped spray pattern in which the fluid distribution and droplet size can be controlled. Jet deflection is accomplished with energy in the pressurized liquid itself. In ...


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Edward G Frost: Automatic nationwide paging system. Rose & Edell, December 11, 1979: US04178476 (137 worldwide citation)

In a radio paging system with multiple base stations covering respective geographic areas, subscribers may move freely from area to area and transfer their paging service accordingly by means of a local telephone cell. Radio-transmitted pages are confined to the specific area of the subscriber's whe ...


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Robert W Lightner: Vending system for remotely accessible stored information. Rose & Edell, March 30, 1976: US03947882 (132 worldwide citation)

A vending system includes a central station at which various information stored on master recordings can be selectively accessed by purchasers from any of multiple remote vending machines, the accessed information being reproduced on cartridge-type storage media at that vending machine. The cartridg ...


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Bagshawe Kenneth Dawson: Performance of chemical or biological reactions within an absorbent matrix pad. Rose & Edell, June 10, 1975: US3888629 (117 worldwide citation)

A reaction cell for the performance of radioimmunoassay determinations and like saturation analysis reactions has supported within it a matrix pad of absorbent material capable of retaining the necessary reagents for the reaction and serving as a site in which the reaction totally occurs. A separabl ...


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Claus D Zieger: Mounting arrangement for hand-held shower head. Interbath, Rose & Edell, September 7, 1976: US03979096 (111 worldwide citation)

A mounting arrangement for a hand-held shower head includes a bracket which is secured to the water supply pipe and a receiver which is pivotally mounted to the bracket so that its position may be adjusted in a plane extending parallel to the longitudinal axis of the supply pipe. The receiver is ope ...


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Edward G Frost: Comprehensive automatic mobile radio telephone system. Rose & Edell, September 5, 1978: US04112257 (101 worldwide citation)

In a multi-channel mobile radio telephone system with multiple base stations covering different geographical areas, mobiles may move freely from area to area and automatically originate and receive calls to and from a land-switched telephone network by direct dialing to and from anywhere in the syst ...


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Lauren P Tuttle, Paul H Dluehosh: Pole-mounted equipment housing assembly. Telcom, Rose & Edell, May 15, 1979: US04155108 (96 worldwide citation)

Pole-mounted equipment is adaptable for mounting on utility poles having a wide range of diameters and is relatively vandal-proof. A first equipment housing is secured to the pole by plural U-shaped bolts, the ends of which are tightly secured to the first assembly. Mounting brackets extend from the ...


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Ronald D Stouffer, Peter Bauer: Swept jet oral irrigator. Bowles Fluidics Corporation, Rose & Edell, August 10, 1976: US03973558 (93 worldwide citation)

An improved oral irrigation technique is characterized by an oscillatory swept water jet issued to sweep back and forth at high frequencies across the user's gums and teeth. High frequency operation is achieved by oscillating the jet itself rather than the jet-issuing body. The high frequency sweepi ...