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Elon Gasper: Speech synchronized animation. Bright Star Technology, Schroeder Davis & Orliss, December 5, 1989: US04884972 (159 worldwide citation)

A system for providing randomly-accessible animated objects having synchronous audio and visual features suitable for use as an education system or video entertainment system is provided. The speech sounds and the associated visual and behavioral characteristics of language are broken into their con ...


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Robert Slaughter: Removable protective shield for needle sheath. Schroeder Davis & Orliss, November 1, 1988: US04781697 (141 worldwide citation)

A protective shield device for use with medical apparatus and instruments, namely syringes, hypodermic needles and the like, comprising a removable shield which fits snugly over a needle sheath near its open end and extends radially outward and upward to prevent injury to the fingers and hand when a ...


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Glen A Myers, Stephen C Petersen: Method and apparatus for frequency independent phase tracking of input signals in receiving systems and the like. Schroeder Davis & Orliss, August 6, 1991: US05038115 (138 worldwide citation)

The output signal of a phase tracking system maintains phase coherence with the dominant input signal while tracking the frequency of that same dominant input signal without additional phase shifting circuitry. Circuitry having a second phase locked loop is added to a conventional phase locked loop ...


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Paul H Moose: Multi-frequency differentially encoded digital communication for high data rate transmission through unequalized channels. Schroeder Davis & Orliss, November 5, 1991: US05063574 (132 worldwide citation)

A differentially encoded digital signal waveform is generated as a discrete time representation of a desired analog signal utilizing multi-frequency modulation techniques. The computational capability of present day, industry-standard microcomputers equipped with a floating point array processor or ...


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Robert B Taggart: Drive system and filament for a twistable septum in a feedhorn. Chaparral Communications, Schroeder Davis & Orliss, May 9, 1989: US04829313 (131 worldwide citation)

A drive system for a twistable septum in a feedhorn for use in satellite communications antenna systems. The drive system includes a flexible drive rod, coupled to a drive motor, which bends to accommodate off-center coupling with the septum drive wheel.


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Glen A Myers: Multiple reuse of an FM band. Schroeder Davis & Orliss, February 12, 1991: US04992747 (91 worldwide citation)

A signal receiving system for receiving messages from each of several unequal amplitude FM carriers occupying the same portion of the frequency band. The signal receiving system receives power division multiplexed signals, each of which being allocated a portion of the total average power of an assi ...


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Glen A Myers: Multiple reuse of an FM band. Schroeder Davis & Orliss, August 22, 1989: US04859958 (83 worldwide citation)

A signal receiving system for receiving messages from each of several unequal amplitude FM carriers occupying the same portion of the frequency band.


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Stephen A Rotzin: Aerodynamic bicycle helmet. Schroeder Davis & Orliss, June 18, 1991: US05023958 (39 worldwide citation)

A single piece, high impact resistant plastic foam helmet having a truncated teardrop shape for aerodynamic efficiency is provided. The helmet design incorporates three ridges centered across the upper front portion of the helmet causing airflow over the helmet to separate from the rear surface of t ...


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Randall J Torre: Tendon sectioning support clamp. Schroeder Davis & Orliss, April 16, 1991: US05007920 (30 worldwide citation)

A tendon or other smooth muscle support clamp which separates to pass around the tissue to be operated upon and supports said tissue by surrounding it on three sides by the walls and bottom of a channel in the upper surface of a support block is provided. The clamp provides a firm support base witho ...


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James H Chapple: Voice override and amplitude control circuit. Schroeder Davis & Orliss, November 14, 1989: US04881123 (24 worldwide citation)

An audio system having a voice override and voice amplification control circuitry is provided. The system provides high quality music to a listener through a set of headphones and includes a microphone and a foot operated switch to allow a user to override the music signal to communicate with the li ...