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Scott C Harris: Automatic cell phone detection at a combustible delivery station. Scott C Harris Esq, April 24, 2001: US06222458 (73 worldwide citation)

Protection against use of a two way radio, e.g. a cellular phone, at a combustible delivery station. One mode is active, and detects operating cell phones at the gas station. The phones can be detected using Bluetooth. The pump can be turned off when the alarm is detected. Another mode is passive. T ...


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Darryl J Costin: Laser method and system of scribing graphics. Scott C Harris Esq, November 23, 1999: US05990444 (53 worldwide citation)

A laser method scribes graphics on materials. The method relates to the identification and understanding of a new energy measurement called energy density per unit time, and the identification and simultaneous control of the laser operating parameters which influence this energy measurement. Once a ...


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Arash Kheradvar, Guruswami Ravichandran, Morteza Gharib: Implantable small percutaneous valve and methods of delivery. California Institute of Technology, Scott C Harris Esq, February 19, 2008: US07331991 (38 worldwide citation)

An implantable prosthetic valve that is transformable from a first helical pre-implantation configuration to a second valvular functional configuration, and methods of delivery.


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Darryl Costin: Marking of fabrics and other materials using a laser. Technolines, Scott C Harris Esq, October 31, 2000: US06140602 (36 worldwide citation)

A unique method imparts laser induced patterns and other designs on thin fabrics and leathers. The method uses a laser beam to slightly penetrate the surface of the product at a controlled specific speed. The laser beam is directed at the product either directly or through mirrors, shutters or lense ...


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Darryl Costin, Heath Colwell: Laser method of scribing graphics. Technolines, Scott C Harris Esq, June 26, 2001: US06252196 (34 worldwide citation)

A laser method scribes graphics on materials. The method relates to the identification and understanding of a new energy measurement called energy density per unit time, and the identification and simultaneous control of the laser operating parameters which influence this energy measurement. Once a ...


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Darryl J Costin, Clarence H Martin: System and method for processing surfaces by a laser. Technolines, Scott C Harris Esq, June 29, 1999: US05916461 (24 worldwide citation)

A laser system for processing surfaces of a variety of materials. The amount of laser treatment received is controlled by a probability distribution matrix that is programmed into a control computer. In particular, the control computer can control a scanning laser beam to simulate the statistically ...


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Darryl Costin: Laser method of scribing graphics. Scott C Harris Esq, February 3, 2004: US06685868 (22 worldwide citation)

A colored substrate is positioned between a material and a laser, and the material is scribed with a laser that has been directed through the colored substrate. By so doing, color is transferred to the material to form the color graphic without undesirably carbonizing, melting or burning through the ...


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Chang Wan Ha: Repair fuse circuit in a flash memory device. Hyundai Electronics, Scott C Harris Esq, December 22, 1998: US05852580 (20 worldwide citation)

The repair fuse circuit of the present invention comprises a power-on reset circuit to generate first and second control signals in response to a reset pulse which is generated upon power-on; a delay circuit to generate second and fourth control signals which are delayed according to the first contr ...


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Darryl Costin: Denim design from laser scribing. Technolines, Scott C Harris Esq, December 17, 2002: US06495237 (18 worldwide citation)

A number of new laser patterns are defined by laser scribing the material. This produces new laser patterns which have not previously been known.


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Darryl J Costin, Carl J Hildebrand Jr: Material coding using lasers. Technolines, Scott C Harris Esq, November 13, 2001: US06315202 (17 worldwide citation)

A laser marking system encodes a code on an article, eg an article of clothing. The code is detected by a camera or other imaging system that does not require reflectivity for its proper operation.