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Frazier Larry Vane W: Fluid pressure power plant. Sciascia Richard S, St Amand J M, O Reilly David, October 8, 1974: US3839863 (61 worldwide citation)

An external combustion hydraulic power plant employing an expanding gaseous medium and a non-expanding fluid medium in order to create a body of fluid under pressure which may be used to perform work. In one embodiment, steam is the expanding gaseous medium and in another embodiment, hot gas is the ...


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Marshall Albert H: Laser system for weapon fire simulation. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, Sciascia Richard S, Pease John W, August 12, 1975: US3898747 (59 worldwide citation)

A weapon direct fire kill simulator system in which a laser transmitter ms of dual mode, narrow and broad beam projection, capability, a hit receiver-actuator means and hit indication means all fixed to a weapon to be simulated and having a trigger switch are combined with a man target means having ...


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Stephenson Andrew N: Laser transmitting and receiving lens optics. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, Sciascia Richard S, St Amand Joseph M, August 12, 1975: US3899145 (54 worldwide citation)

An optical system utilizing a concentric Bouwers lens having in the conveng beam another lens to create parallel light paths to the concentric point of the Bouwers lens. At such concentric point, a mirror directs the light to the side. Upon reversal of the light paths, a parallel light beam (or lase ...


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Alsup James M, Whitehouse Harper John: Correlators using shift registers. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, Sciascia Richard S, Johnston Ervin F, Stan John, August 20, 1974: US3831013 (53 worldwide citation)

A correlator comprising a plurality of sets of multivibrators, each set bg serially connected to form a shift register, each multivibrator having a set and a reset output lead, indicating its binary state. The plurality of shift registers comprise a J number of signal shift registers and, in the sim ...


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Redfern John T: High-pressure optical bulkhead penetrator. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, Sciascia Richard S, Johnston Ervin F, Keough Thomas G, July 23, 1974: US3825320 (51 worldwide citation)

A fitting including a bushing extending through a high-pressure hull provs a multichannel data capability while possessing resistance to an extreme pressure differential. A cylindrical or tapered plug of glass having a graded refractive index or a cylindrical or tapered bundle of fiber optics is bon ...


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Page Robert E: Pulse rate and amplitude monitor. Sciascia Richard S, Johnston Ervin F, Skeer William T, January 7, 1975: US3858574 (49 worldwide citation)

A pulse rate meter uses a photo optical monitoring system to obtain analog signals corresponding to the heartbeat of the patient. Suitable amplification and detection circuitry provide an audible tone corresponding to each pulse beat and a visual indication thereof as well as a digital read out of t ...


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Cuomo Frank W: Acousto-optic underwater detector. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, Sciascia Richard S, McGill Arthur A, Lall Prithvi C, August 20, 1974: US3831137 (42 worldwide citation)

A low frequency or pressure-gradient hydrophone comprising an optical reftor experiencing displacements responsive to acoustic waves. A beam light from a light source is carried by a first group of fiber optics guides and is incident upon the optical reflector. The light reflected from the reflector ...


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Smolker Gary: Method and apparatus for protecting sensitive information contained in thin-film microelectonic circuitry. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, Sciascia Richard S, Critchlow Paul N, May 6, 1975: US3882323 (41 worldwide citation)

The microelectronic circuitry is formed in two separate parts one of which s a microdiscrete chip-like module containing the sensitive information. The other part is represented by the balance of the circuitry. The microdiscrete module is formed with its own individual self-destruct capability permi ...


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Allard Frederick C: Helix pitch monitor. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, Sciascia Richard S, McGill Arthur A, Lall Prithvi C, December 9, 1975: US3924953 (40 worldwide citation)

The pitch of a helix is monitored by measurement of the reflection of a lt source. Segments of a beam of light are reflected off of the helix, through a mask and onto a photodetector that receives light indicative of the proper spacing of the helix. The photodetector then supplies an output signal t ...


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Green Eugene L: Multi-dimensional fourier transform optical processor. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, Sciascia Richard S, McGill Arthur A, Lall Prithvi C, March 18, 1975: US3872293 (38 worldwide citation)

A coherent beam of light is modulated by signals from an array of hydrophs. Multi-dimensional optical Fourier transform processing is accomplished in a sequence that includes optical Fourier transform and re-mapping operations that conserve phase and amplitude. In such optical processing of signals ...