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George D Monteath, Arthur H Jones: Apparatus using a light sensing system for sensing time modulated information from a light emitting device. British Broadcasting Corporation, Robert F O Connell, May 11, 1982: US04329684 (279 worldwide citation)

An electronic control system for a television receiver (12) incorporates a light pen (10) which can be applied to selected portions (16) of the screen (14). These portions (16) are modulated (FIG. 2) at the field scan rate by data inputs such that in successive television fields they are black or wh ...


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Jun ichi Nishizawa, Yasuo Okuno, Keishiro Takahashi: Light-responsive light-emitting diode display. Zaidan Hojin Handotai Kenkyu Shinkokai, Cushman Darby & Cushman, May 11, 1982: US04329625 (265 worldwide citation)

A light-responsive light-emitting diode display comprises a light-emitting diode circuit including a series connection of light-emitting diodes and a light-responsive current-controlling circuit connected in series to said light-emitting diode circuit for supplying a current thereto in correspondenc ...


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Wayne H Pitcher Jr: Diesel particulate trap. Corning Glass Works, Richard N Wardell, May 11, 1982: US04329162 (256 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for filtering solid particulates from suspension in fluid streams (especially carbon particulates from exhaust gas of diesel engines) comprising a honeycomb filter with thin porous walls defining cells extending therethrough, with the transverse cross-sectional shapes of the cells forming ...


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Charles D Ray: Brain lead anchoring system. Medtronic, Schroeder Siegfried Vidas Steffey & Arrett, May 11, 1982: US04328813 (253 worldwide citation)

A system for anchoring a brain lead within a cranial burr hole while closing that hole. A socket is provided with an aperture defining a lead passage and is engageable with the cranial burr hole to secure the socket to the cranium with the lead passage aperture in general alignment with the burr hol ...


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Yasushi Joh: Non-thrombogenic material comprising substrate which has been reacted with heparin. Nippon Zeon, Armstrong Nikaido Marmelstein & Kubovcik, May 11, 1982: US04329383 (246 worldwide citation)

Non-thrombogenic material comprising a base polymer treated with heparin, the improvement in which the heparin is covalently bonded with the base polymer through only one acetal bond or hemiacetal bond at each bonding site between the heparin and the base polymer.


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William C Lyons, Scot L Scurlock: Flexible drill pipe. Drilling Development, Vinson & Elkins, May 11, 1982: US04328839 (188 worldwide citation)

A flexible pipe adapted for connection in a drill string, having sufficient wall thickness in order to withstand forces imposed by drilling a well. The flexible pipe has a plurality of improved, essentially circumferential cuts, each cut being through the wall thickness of the pipe. The cuts provide ...


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Edward M Curley, Gerlof Homan: Wet dry syringe package. Survival Technology, Witherspoon & Hargest, May 11, 1982: US04328802 (179 worldwide citation)

A wet-dry syringe package including a syringe adapted to carry a liquid and a vial carrying a dry medicament with cooperating adapters provided on the syringe and vial for telescoping action whereby the syringe needle will be embedded in the vial stopper when the package is in the storage condition. ...


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Offord L Rollins III, Anthony F Williams: Naso-gastric oxygen mask. May 11, 1982: US04328797 (164 worldwide citation)

A mask for delivery of gas, such as oxygen, to a patient and useable in a naso-gastric intubation procedure without disruption of the seal between the mask and the face of the patient. The body of the mask includes a fenestration or opening through which the naso-gastric tube may be inserted. The fe ...


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Normand C Smith: Disposable cartridge for ink drop printer. International Business Machines Corporation, Kenneth P Johnson, May 11, 1982: US04329698 (146 worldwide citation)

A convenience package for drop-on-demand ink drop recording devices which includes drop generating means for projecting ink droplets to a recording medium, filter means, and the ink supply, all of which are quickly interchangeable, and intended for disposal after the ink supply is exhausted. The car ...


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George F Vesley, John D Moon: Pressure-sensitive adhesive tape produced from photoactive mixture of acrylic monomers and polynuclear-chromophore-substituted halomethyl-2-triazine. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, May 11, 1982: US04329384 (134 worldwide citation)

Pressure-sensitive adhesive tape, the adhesive layer of which is produced from a mixture of (1) a pressure-sensitive adhesive alkyl acrylate polymer and (b) a polynuclear-chromophore-substituted halomethyl-s-triazine such as ##STR1## which has been exposed to ultraviolet radiation to cause the polym ...



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