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Robert B Smith: Apparatus and method for remotely measuring temperature. Marathon Medical Equipment Corporation, Yuter Rosen & Dainow, September 11, 1984: US04471354 (106 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and method for remotely measuring temperature in which a transmitter having a temperature sensitive element is placed in close proximity with the environment sought to the measured, with the temperature sensitive element controlling a reference voltage applied to a first terminal of a test ...


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Takashi Sakamoto: Linear interpolating method and color conversion apparatus using this method. Dainippon Screen Seizo Kabushiki Kaisha, Yuter Rosen & Dainow, April 16, 1985: US04511989 (59 worldwide citation)

A linear interpolating method and apparatus for signals in a memory wherein first signals are converted into second signals by addressing in at least four-dimensional fashion, for use in a color picture processing machine such as a color scanner, a color facsimile, a color T.V. monitor, and other si ...


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Masaichi Moriya, Tatsuyuki Takaishi, Haruo Mochida, Yoshimitsu Takeda: Automatic door opening and closing device. Ohi Seisakusho, Nissan Motor, Yuter Rosen & Dainow, July 23, 1985: US04530185 (47 worldwide citation)

By providing two separate units for actively opening and closing a door of an automobile, safe and reliable door opening and closing operation may be achieved. The first unit is operated to open the door in a normal way and closes the door to its not fully latched state while the second unit complet ...


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Mitsuhiko Yamada: Method for producing a halftone plate for use in a picture reproducing machine. Dainippon Screen Seizo Kabushiki Kaisha, Yuter Rosen & Dainow, December 4, 1984: US04486788 (45 worldwide citation)

A method for producing a halftone plate from an original picture having a continuous tone directly, for use in a picture reproducing machine such as a color scanner and a color facsimile, wherein a reproduction picture is recorded on a photosensitive material by means of a plurality of exposure ligh ...


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Auerbach Albert A, Katz George M, Steinberg Sidney: Electrocardiography transmitter and transmission method. Medalert Corporation, Yuter & Rosen, March 18, 1975: US3872251 (38 worldwide citation)

Described is a portable, battery-operated electrocardiography (EKG) transmitter, and method of transmission, from the patient's location via telephone lines to a diagnostic central. The transmitter, which includes a 'calibration'-signal generator for producing a reference signal, an EKG-signal ampli ...


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Albert A Auerbach: Electrocardiography signal transmission-reception method including method of measuring pacemaker signal frequency. Medalert Corporation, Yuter & Rosen, March 30, 1976: US03946744 (37 worldwide citation)

Described is method and apparatus for transmission of electrocardiography (EKG) signal wave trains from a patient's location via common carrier wire lines, such as telephone lines, to a central diagnostic office. The EKG signals consist of a composite train of Pacemaker potentials (artifacts) derive ...


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Mitsuhiko Yamada: Method for correcting gradation of output data, for use in a picture digital processing system. Dainippon Screen Seizo Kabushiki Kaisha, Yuter Rosen & Dainow, August 6, 1985: US04534059 (37 worldwide citation)

A method for correcting gradation of output data for reproducing a picture image, for use in a picture digital processing system wherein picture data is processed by using one or a plurality of lookup table memories aligned in series, wherein a variable number of lower bits of input data to be input ...


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Geoffrey J Lack: Toothed gear system. Northern Engineering, Yuter Rosen & Dainow, April 22, 1986: US04583413 (29 worldwide citation)

A gear system has two ring gears engaging a coupling member directly instead of through an intermediate coupling ring. For example, the ring gears are mounted adjacent to one another on a common axis and have respective helical running teeth which engage oppositely-handed arrays of helical teeth on ...


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Albert A Auerbach, George M Katz, Sidney Steinberg: Condition monitoring pacer. Medalert Corporation, Yuter & Rosen, October 25, 1977: US04055189 (27 worldwide citation)

A pacer for cardiac pacing and condition monitoring wherein the electrical characteristics of the pacer are altered upon a temporary or permanent change in monitored conditions, such as loss of capture or failure to sense. The monitor acts to provide both increased stimulus to recover capture and to ...


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Khosrow Modjallal: Optical system for determining the position of a cursor. Summagraphics Corporation, Yuter Rosen & Dainow, February 4, 1986: US04568182 (25 worldwide citation)

In an optical digitizer, a cursor is movable on a plane surface having coordinate axis. The cursor includes a source of light that is scanned across the coordinate system, and a detector receiving light from the angle to which the beam is instantaneously directed. The coordinate system has curved mi ...