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Joseph H Boyer, James P Boyer, William S Bennett: Automated pharmacy. Innovation Associates, Salzman & Levy, March 20, 2001: US06202923 (278 worldwide citation)

A method and an automated pharmacy system to alleviate the risk posed by a queue of printed labels for prescription vials that occurs at the printer. The method and system eliminate the need for physically transferring paperwork from one site (the imaging station) to another site (the filling statio ...


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Joseph H Boyer, James P Boyer: Pharmaceutical dispensing system. Innovation Associates, Salzman & Levy, May 25, 1999: US05907493 (205 worldwide citation)

The present invention features a pharmaceutical dispensing system including a plurality of standardized or universal-type cells disposed in a large array called a module. One or more modules may be disposed in a given pharmacy, and one or more pharmacies may be monitored by a central computer. The s ...


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Bradley J Hesse, Steven W Carlson: Energy storage scheduling system. The Fleming Group, Salzman & Levy, December 28, 1993: US05274571 (189 worldwide citation)

The present invention features an energy storage scheduler that schedules the timing and extent of charging a storage device from the electric energy supply. The energy storage scheduler has a charge level device for receiving information representative of the level of charge of the storage device. ...


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Raymond G Greene, Robert H Katyl, J Peter Krusius, Boris Yost: Correction methods for brightness in electronic display. Rainbow Displays, Salzman & Levy, August 7, 2001: US06271825 (129 worldwide citation)

The present invention features methods and apparatus for the correction of spatial non-uniformities in brightness that arise from materials, manufacturing, operational and lighting parameter variations in electronic color, flat-panel displays. The methods apply both to gradual non-uniformities usual ...


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Jennifer Cohen, Raymond G Greene, Dean W Skinner: Tiled flat panel display with improved color gamut. Rainbow Displays, Salzman & Levy, August 8, 2000: US06100861 (129 worldwide citation)

Pixel layout and placement designs provide improved color gamut in a tiled flat-panel display. The subpixels of the pixel designs are sized, placed and geometrically shaped so that the color purity, or equal amounts of RGB, are emitted from the display. The pixel designs match the subpixel size with ...


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Caitlyn R Schmidt: Flashlight toy. Salzman & Levy, January 31, 1995: US05385500 (112 worldwide citation)

The present invention features a snake toy having an illumination apparatus in its mouth. The body of the snake toy has an inner, flexible, corrugated tube of metal or plastic. The flexible corrugation is easily twisted in order to provide different shapes or configurations for the snake body. In th ...


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Joseph H Boyer, James P Boyer, Henry Gerlitz: Device that counts and dispenses pills. Innovation Associates, Salzman & Levy, March 23, 1999: US05884806 (104 worldwide citation)

The present invention features a pill-dispensing system which has a number of standardized, or universal-type, modules. Each module has a rotating, helix-drive mechanism, which is rotationally controlled by a microprocessor. The helical-drive mechanism features several improvements, both in the driv ...


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Glenn Fahs: Vehicle-mounted electronic display system. Travel Ad, Salzman & Levy, July 21, 1992: US05132666 (99 worldwide citation)

The invention features a system for displaying information upon a vehicle. An electronic display is connected to a processor which generates character and graphics information. A power supply is connected to the electronic display and to the processor for providing operative power thereto. A program ...


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Che yu Li, Sharon Laura Moriarty, Zhineng Fan: Stackable memory module with variable bandwidth. High Connection Density, Salzman & Levy, March 16, 2004: US06705877 (99 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a family of memory modules. In one embodiment a memory module with granularity and upgradeability of bandwidth, and a low profile uses 256 MB SDRAM or DDR SDRAM memory devices in chip scale packages (CSPs) to support a memory data bus width of up to at least 512 bits. Each m ...


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Robert H Katyl, Robert M Murcko, David W Dranchak: Fluorescent light ballast with information transmission circuitry. JRS Technology, Salzman & Levy, November 17, 1998: US05838116 (95 worldwide citation)

The present invention features an electronic fluorescent lighting ballast which provides a way to transmit data by modulating the light that is emitted from lamps in a luminaire. The modulation occurs at a sufficiently high frequency, so that it is imperceptible in the range of human vision. Data ca ...