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Alison K Brown, Mark A Sturza: Vehicle tracking system employing global positioning system (GPS) satellites. NAVSYS Corporation, William E Hein, July 6, 1993: US05225842 (444 worldwide citation)

A tracking system employing global positioning system (GPS) satellites provides extremely accurate position, velocity, and time information for vehicles or any other animate or inanimate object within any mobile radio communication system or information system, including those operating in high rise ...


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Richard A Lang: Audio/video transceiver apparatus including compression means. Explore Technology, William E Hein, October 16, 1990: US04963995 (429 worldwide citation)

An improved video recorder/transmitter with expanded functionality including a capability for editing and/or copying from one video tape to another using only a single tape deck. The increased functionality is realized through the use of analog to digital conversion, signal compression and intermedi ...


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Richard A Lang: Audio/video transceiver apparatus including compression means, random access storage means, and microwave transceiver means. Explore Technology, William E Hein, October 15, 1991: US05057932 (420 worldwide citation)

An improved video recorder/transceiver with expanded functionality ("VCR-ET") including a capability for storing video and video programs in digital format, editing such programs, transferring such programs onto a hard copy magnetic media, and transmitting such programs to a remote location using a ...


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Alison K Brown, Mark A Sturza: GPS tracking system. NAVSYS Corporation, William E Hein, January 3, 1995: US05379224 (304 worldwide citation)

A low cost tracking system employing satellites of the global positioning system (GPS) is suitable for applications involving radiosondes, sonobuoys, and other objects. The tracking system includes a sensor mounted on each object which digitally samples the GPS satellite signals and records them in ...


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Richard A Lang: Method for handling audio/video source information. Explore Technology, William E Hein, November 17, 1992: US05164839 (269 worldwide citation)

An improved video recorder/transceiver with expanded functionality ("VCR-ET") including a capability for storing video and video programs in digital format, editing such programs, transferring such programs onto a hard copy magnetic media, and transmitting such programs to a remote location using a ...


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Eric H Walters, Richard A Lang, Earl I Mincer: Broadcast video burst transmission cyclic distribution apparatus and method. Explore Technology, William E Hein, August 8, 1995: US05440334 (217 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for broadcast burst transmission of compressed audio/video programs from a stored library to a multiplicity of subscibers. The stored programs are burst transmitted repeatedly in a predetermined sequence of entire programs or segments thereof to a receiver at each subscriber' ...


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Bernard W Siczek, Michael A DePourbaix, Michael Assa: Precision mammographic needle biopsy system. Fischer Imaging Corporation, William E Hein, January 7, 1992: US05078142 (215 worldwide citation)

A precision mammographic needle biopsy system in which a patient having a suspected non-palpable lesion of the breast lies on a table having a breast aperture therein through which the patient's breast pendulantly protrudes includes a compression paddle for selectively compressing the breast against ...


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John R McNeil, Scott R Wilson, Richard H Krukar: Method for broad wavelength scatterometry. Bio Rad Laboratories, William E Hein, February 2, 1999: US05867276 (166 worldwide citation)

An optical scatterometer system enables analysis of a sample material at various wavelengths without rotating or otherwise moving the sample material.


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John R McNeil, S Sohail H Naqvi, Scott R Wilson: Lens scatterometer system employing source light beam scanning means. Bio Rad Laboratories, William E Hein, December 30, 1997: US05703692 (152 worldwide citation)

An optical scatterometer system enables illumination of a sample material at various angles of incidence without rotating or otherwise moving the sample material.


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Richard Redl: Gate charge recovery circuit for gate-driven semiconductor devices. Toko America, William E Hein, March 29, 1994: US05298797 (142 worldwide citation)

A gate charge recovery circuit prevents generation of the voltage spike that would otherwise appear across the sense resistor that is employed to detect the current flowing through the switched terminal of a gate-driven semiconductor device when the device is turned on. The gate charge recovery circ ...