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Alan C Heller: Location system adapted for use in multipath environments. Baker & Botts, June 2, 1992: US05119104 (506 worldwide citation)

A radiolocation system for multipath environments, such as for tracking objects in a semiconductor fabrication facility (FIGS. 1a-1b), includes an array of receivers (20) distributed within the tracking area, coupled to a system processor (40) over a LAN. A TAG transmitter (30) located with each obj ...


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John G Keimel, Joseph A Ballis, Glenn M Roline: Apparatus for monitoring electrical physiologic signals. Medtronic, Reed A Duthler, Harold R Patton, June 2, 1992: US05117824 (365 worldwide citation)

An implantable cardiac pacemaker and/or cardioverter/defibrillator employing an R-wave detector which atuomatically adjusts its sensing threshold in response to R-wave amplitude. The R-wave detector produces an output which is used to indicate the occurrence of ventricular contractions, and is used ...


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Lloyd M Smith, Steven Fung, Robert J Kaiser Jr: Oligonucleotides possessing a primary amino group in the terminal nucleotide. California Institute of Technology, Joseph E Mueth, June 2, 1992: US05118800 (294 worldwide citation)

The invention consists of compounds and methods for the synthesis of oligonucleotides which contain one or more free aliphatic amino groups attached to the sugar moieties of the nucleoside subunits. The synthetic method is versatile and general, permitting amino groups to be selectively placed at an ...


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Shashi B Kapur: Centralized lottery system for remote monitoring or operations and status data from lottery terminals including detection of malfunction and counterfeit units. Telecredit, Nilsson Robbins Dalgarn Berliner Carson & Wurst, June 2, 1992: US05119295 (293 worldwide citation)

Remotely located lottery terminals, for operation by purchasers of lottery tickets, are adapted to be coupled by telephone to each other and to a central host computer as for verification of tickets by storing backup lottery data. Individual terminals are self-sufficient to approve ticket sales, iss ...


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Karl W McCalley, Richard McNorgan, Allan E Lodberg, Steven D Wilson, James L Fischer: Digital audio-video presentation display system. Telaction Corporation, June 2, 1992: US05119188 (275 worldwide citation)

An audio-video presentation display system based on manipulation of digitized information is disclosed for use in an interactive communications system wherein a subscriber may select for viewing on a television screen a plurality of audio-video presentations consisting of particular sequences of sel ...


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Martin L Jack, Richard T Gumbel: System for selectively converting plurality of source data structures through corresponding source intermediate structures, and target intermediate structures into selected target structure. Digital Equipment Corporation, Arnold White & Durkee, June 2, 1992: US05119465 (248 worldwide citation)

A data structure format conversion system comprising a front end converter, a back end converter, and a converter executive. The front end converter converts a source data structure in a source format to data in an intermediate format. The back end converter converts the data in the intermediate for ...


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Randall R Hube, Craig W Jacobs, William J Moon: Touch screen user interface with expanding touch locations for a reprographic machine. Xerox Corporation, Mark Costello, June 2, 1992: US05119079 (243 worldwide citation)

A touch sensitive user interface of the type having a display screen for displaying an image; control logic responsive to the touch sensitive user interface for determining the contact position of a probe, such as a finger, thereon; a display menu of operating features, represented by a plurality of ...


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William T Metzger, Hossein Jadvar: Expandable esophageal catheter. Arzco Medical Electronics, Dressler Goldsmith Shore Sutker & Milnamow, June 2, 1992: US05117828 (239 worldwide citation)

A mechanically expandable esophageal catheter has an elongated flexible body which carries at a distal end thereof one or more electrically conducting members. The conducting members are moveable laterally with respect to the body portion of the catheter by means of a mechanical structure contained ...


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Michael E Barnard: Vehicle location system. U S Philips Corporation, Lesley Rhyne, June 2, 1992: US05119102 (228 worldwide citation)

Signals from a number of NAVSTAR global positioning system (GPS) satellites (11,12,13,14) are received by a receiver (16) in a vehicle (15) and a segment of the signals is stored in a memory (18) prior to retransmission by a transmitter (19). A base station (35) receives these transmissions from the ...


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Paul M Lizardi, Fred R Kramer, Sanjay Tyagi, Cesar E Guerra, Hilda M L Buyoli: Nucleic acid process containing improved molecular switch. The Public Health Research Institute, The Salk Instiute for Biological Studies, Davis Hoxie Faithfull and Hapgood, June 2, 1992: US05118801 (223 worldwide citation)

A probe for the detection of a nucleic acid target sequence containing a molecular switch comprising three essential elements: a probe sequence of 20-60 nucleotides surrounded by switch sequences of 10-40 nucleotides which are complementary to each other, wherein the state of the switch is useful fo ...