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Fred Sterzer, Robert W Paglione: Nonsymmetrical bulb applicator for hyperthermic treatment of the body. RCA Corporation, Samuel Cohen, Robert L Troike, Christopher L Maginniss, January 19, 1982: US04311154 (292 worldwide citation)

Apparatus using microwave energy for the therapeutic and hyperthermic treatment of an internal body organ such as the prostate gland. An irregularly shaped coaxial applicator having a narrow portion and a wide portion is inserted through the male anus into the rectum such that a substantially maximu ...


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Robert W Paglione: Coaxial applicator for microwave hyperthermia. RCA Corporation, Samuel Cohen, Joseph D Lazar, Robert L Troike, May 27, 1980: US04204549 (190 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for hyperthermia treatment provides transmission of microwave energy for irradiation of tissues and simultaneous and concurrent and continuous measurement of the temperature of the heated tissues at the site of the treatment. The microwave energy is supplied to the site of treated tissue b ...


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Leonard R Hulls, Toy Dowdell Jr: Alternator test apparatus and method. RCA Corporation, Samuel Cohen, William Squire, December 11, 1979: US04178546 (139 worldwide citation)

An automobile alternator test apparatus tests for the presence of a failed diode by detecting a frequency component (a subharmonic component) in the alternator output ripple voltage produced by the failed diode. The subharmonic frequency component is detected by a tracking filter that is slaved to t ...


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Arthur Miller: Array positioning system with out-of-focus solar cells. RCA Corporation, Samuel Cohen, William Squire, January 4, 1983: US04367403 (100 worldwide citation)

A solar array positioning system includes first light sensor means facing the same direction as the solar array and second light sensor means facing the opposite direction. A third sensor, this one responsive to gravity, is employed to indicate the direction about a diurnal slew axis that the array ...


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Robert W Paglione: Temperature controller for a microwave heating system. RCA Corporation, H Christoffersen, Samuel Cohen, Robert L Troike, October 21, 1980: US04228809 (99 worldwide citation)

In a microwave system where energy is directed through an applicator to heat a specimen, the inaccuracies encountered when control temperatures are monitored with thermocouples located in the presence of the microwave field are precluded through the use of a duty cycle that segregates the temperatur ...


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Kenyon E McGuire, Stanley S Brokl: Jam-resistant TV system. RCA Corporation, Samuel Cohen, George J Seligsohn, June 1, 1982: US04333107 (92 worldwide citation)

A jam-resistant TV transmission system including means to transmit a composite video signal in which each vertical sync pulse is replaced by several increasingly-delayed symbols from a pseudo-random number generator. Receiver means includes a correlator which produces a correlation pulse on receipt ...


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Eldon M Sutphin Jr: Filter which tracks changing frequency of input signal. RCA Corporation, Samuel Cohen, Carl V Olson, May 20, 1980: US04204171 (90 worldwide citation)

A tracking band-pass filter useful for locking onto, and passing, an input signal which changes rapidly in frequency. The filter has a frequency pass band controlled by a rectangular voltage waveform which is derived from the output signal passed by the filter. The filter output signal is translated ...


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Robert W Paglione: Apparatus and method for application of radioactive and microwave energy to the body. RCA Corporation, Samuel Cohen, Robert L Troike, October 6, 1981: US04292960 (87 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for applying radioactive and microwave energy to the walls of an internal body organ such as the uterus. An applicator having two ovoids and a tandem is positionable in the female vagina such that the ovoids are placed at the walls of the cervix and the tandem is inserted into the uterine ...


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Roger G Stewart: Overload protection circuit for output driver. RCA Corporation, Samuel Cohen, Henry I Schanzer, May 11, 1982: US04329600 (73 worldwide citation)

A protection circuit for preventing excessive power dissipation in an output transistor whose conduction path is connected between a power terminal and an output terminal. The protection circuit includes means for sensing the application of a turn on signal to the output transistor and the voltage a ...


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Peter A Levine: Defect detection means for charge transfer imagers. RCA Corporation, Samuel Cohen, George J Seligeohn, February 24, 1981: US04253120 (61 worldwide citation)

Real time detection of defective picture sampling elements of a high resolution imager may be achieved by (1) imaging a scene by means of low resoluting power imaging optics to produce an image resolution limit spot size on the imager which is large relative to the center-to-center pitch distance of ...