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Larry J Hornbeck, William E Nelson: Spatial light modulator system. Texas Instruments Incorporated, James C Kesterson, James T Comfort, Melvin Sharp, July 2, 1991: US05028939 (382 worldwide citation)

A linear spatial light modulator with two offset rows of pixels for slight overlap of images, and a printer system using such a spatial light modulator with dark field projection optics is disclosed. The pixels include electrostatically deflectable elements which all bend in the same direction to pe ...


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Robert D Rosenthal, Lynn N Paynter, Linda H Mackie: Non-invasive measurement of blood glucose. Futrex, Bernard Rothwell Brown, July 2, 1991: US05028787 (372 worldwide citation)

A near-infrared quantitative analysis instrument and method non-invasively measures blood glucose by analyzing near-infrared energy following interactance with venous or arterial blood, or transmission through a blood containing body part. The instrument and method is accurate and can readily be uti ...


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LaRoy Tymes: Packet data communication network. Symbol Technologies, Arnold White & Durkee, July 2, 1991: US05029183 (339 worldwide citation)

A packet data transmission system is used to link a number of remote hand-held data-gathering units such as bar code readers to a central computer which maintains a database management system. Data packets are sent from the remote units by an RF link to intermediate base stations, then sent by the b ...


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J Crayton Pruitt: Stapling process for use on the mesenteries of the abdomen. United States Surgical Corporation, Walter J Monacelli, July 2, 1991: US05027834 (311 worldwide citation)

The process, described herein comprise stapling a patient's mesentery and omentum with two, three or four rows of staples, the rows being substantially parallel to each other, the staples in all the rows having the same crown size with alternate rows staggered one-fourth of the length of each crown ...


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Frank J Bova, William A Friedman: Dosimetric technique for stereotactic radiosurgery same. University of Florida, Kerkam Stowell Kondracki & Clarke, July 2, 1991: US05027818 (300 worldwide citation)

Stereotactic radiosurgery is facilitated by a technique for computing the doses at various points within the patient's body. In particular, the doses are computed at a relatively high density of points within a fine dose grid and at a relatively low density of points within a coarse dose grid. In th ...


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Keith B Gammie: External security module for a television signal decoder. Scientific Atlanta, Banner Birch McKie & Beckett, July 2, 1991: US05029207 (269 worldwide citation)

A decoder for descrambling encoded satellite transmissions comprises an internal security element and a replaceable security module. The program signal is scrambled with a key and then the key itself is twice-encrypted and multiplexed with the scrambled program signal. The key is first encrypted wit ...


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Sanford J Morganstein: Automated call screening. Dytel Corporation, Jerry W Mills, Jefferson Perkins, July 2, 1991: US05029196 (255 worldwide citation)

A method for facilitating call completions utilizing a call identification telephone number which is transmitted along with an incoming call. A user of the call processor of the invention can program a list of anticipated or preferred call identification telephone numbers, together with destinations ...


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Bing Yeh: Single transistor non-valatile electrically alterable semiconductor memory device. Silicon Storage Technology, Limbach Limbach & Sutton, July 2, 1991: US05029130 (229 worldwide citation)

A single transistor electrically programmable and erasable memory cell is disclosed. The single transistor has a source, a drain with a channel region therebetween, defined on a substrate. A first insulating layer is over the source, channel and drain regions. A floating gate is positioned on top of ...


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James F McKeighen: Golf club head. Brown Martin Haller & McClain, July 2, 1991: US05028049 (213 worldwide citation)

A golf club driver head comprises an empty hollow body of general golf club driver shape having a front striking face, a bottom sole plate, an upper wall, a rounded rear wall, a heel, a toe, and a neck extending from the heel to attach the head to a shaft. The body is formed entirely from cast titan ...


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Fred R Goldstein, Ross Callon: Congestion avoidance in high-speed network carrying bursty traffic. Digital Equipment Corporation, Arnold White & Durkee, July 2, 1991: US05029164 (207 worldwide citation)

A data communication network subject to bursty traffic employs a bandwidth allocation scheme to avoid congestion. When a source node has a burst of traffic to send, it first sends a bandwidth request message through the network from source to destination. At each intermediate node, this bandwidth re ...