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Samuel A M Lucente, Peruvemba S Balasubramanian, Richard F Sapper, Nathan J Lee: Rotatable pen-based computer with automatically reorienting display. International Business Machines Corporation, Calfee Halter & Griswold, October 15, 1996: US05566098 (116 worldwide citation)

A pen-based computer including a housing and a flat display integral therewith. The flat display can display an image corresponding to text, data and graphic information in several orientations. A plurality of switches enables the user to select an orientation for the image relative to the orientati ...


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Yuval Shenkal, Joseph Neustein: Lock device for use with coaxial cable connection. John R Flanagan, October 15, 1996: US05564938 (115 worldwide citation)

A lock device for use with a coaxial cable connection includes an annular inner member and a annular outer sleeve. The inner member has an end portion with threads for engaging the inner member on a male coaxial cable connector part extending from a television or other device. The outer sleeve is in ...


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Donald H Steinbrecher: Communication system. Steinbrecher Corporation, Fish & Richardson P C, October 15, 1996: US05566173 (115 worldwide citation)

A communication system having a communication network, such network having a plurality of communication paths interconnected at various nodes of the network. A plurality of subscriber units is adapted to exchange information through the network. A computer is provided having a processor and a memory ...


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Stanley K Honey, Richard H Cavallaro, David B Hill, Fred J Heinzmann, Alan C Phillips, Harold Guthart, Alan A Burns, Charles L Rino, Philip C Evans: Electromagnetic transmitting hockey puck. Fox Sports Productions, Fliesler Dubb Meyer & Lovejoy, October 15, 1996: US05564698 (114 worldwide citation)

A hockey puck with an electromagnetic transmitter. The electromagnetic transmitter could include an infrared transmitter, ultraviolet transmitter, radar repeater, RF transmitter or other device for transmitting electromagnetic waves outside of the visible spectrum. The electromagnetic transmitter is ...


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Theodore D Geiszler, Noel H Eberhardt, Russel E Walker, Herbert P Radding: Reader system for waste bin pickup vehicles. Indala Corporation, Spencer & Frank, October 15, 1996: US05565846 (114 worldwide citation)

A reader for radio frequency identification tags having at least one magnetic field transmitting and receiving coil which is oriented in a given plane and which is responsive to a received magnetic exciter field of a first frequency to produce and radiate an identifying magnetic field comprised of a ...


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Richard P Sehr: Computerized theme park information management system utilizing partitioned smart cards and biometric verification. October 15, 1996: US05566327 (114 worldwide citation)

A computerized theme park information system that encompasses the operational premises of that theme park and its visiting guest population so as to automatically process and issue a multi-service guest card, control and monitor admission, perform value-added manipulation of the guest card's content ...


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Paul W Dent: TDMA/FDMA/CDMA hybrid radio access methods. Ericsson GE Mobile Communications, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis L, October 15, 1996: US05566168 (112 worldwide citation)

A radio access method for facilitating communication between at least one first station and a plurality of second stations is disclosed. First, each signal intended for transmission is buffered at a first station. The signals are then divided into equal length segments. The signal segments intended ...


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Brian C Froehler, Chris A Buhr: Nucleoside hydrogen phosphonodithioate diesters and activated phosphonodithioate analogues. Gilead Sciences, Mark L Bosse, October 15, 1996: US05565555 (112 worldwide citation)

Novel hydrogen-phosphonodithioate compositions are provided which are particularly useful for forming internucleotide and internucleoside linkages in oligonucleosides or oligonucleotides, The oligonucleotides and analogs thereof made by using the hydrogen-phosphonodithioate compositions may be thera ...


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Jed Margolin: Pilot aid using a synthetic environment. Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, October 15, 1996: US05566073 (111 worldwide citation)

A pilot aid using synthetic reality consists of a way to determine the aircraft's position and attitude such as by the global positioning system (GPS), a digital data base containing three-dimensional polygon data for terrain and manmade structures, a computer, and a display. The computer uses the a ...


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Wolfgang Neuberger: Flat surfaced optical fibers and diode laser medical delivery devices. Ceram Optec, Bolesh J Skutnik, October 15, 1996: US05566267 (109 worldwide citation)

An optical fiber includes a transparent core having a generally rectangular cross section covered by a transparent cladding having a generally elliptical outer surface. The rectangular cross section has a width-to-thickness ratio substantially equal to a length-to-width ratio of a laser source such ...