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Amotz Dor: Modular day/night weapon aiming system. Litton Systems, Poms Smith Lan & Rose, December 21, 1993: US05272514 (74 worldwide citation)

The improved day/night weapon sight comprises a red dot aiming portion having a light emitting diode, a combining mirror, and an apparatus for mounting the LED and the mirror on a weapon to produce a virtual image of the LED at an infinite distance in alignment with the bore sight of the weapon, and ...


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Amotz Dor: Flip-up mount for night vision system. Litton Systems, Poms Smith Lande & Rose, December 5, 1995: US05471678 (51 worldwide citation)

A flip-up mount is provided for a night vision system. The mount comprises a carriage which is configured to engage a coupling device provided on the night vision system and secure the system in place. A pivotal armature is attached to the carriage and extends from a pivot point. The armature pivots ...


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Terry D Morris, Amotz Dor: Head-mounted flip-up night vision device with automatic turn-off upon flip-up. Litton Systems, Poms Smith Lande & Rose, April 18, 1995: US05408086 (29 worldwide citation)

A night vision device with improved user safety includes a head gear support structure which suspends a night vision viewer relative to the head and eyes of the user. The head gear includes a flip up mount allowing the user to flip the night vision viewer up and out of the user's line of sight for a ...


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Amotz Dor: Dual mounting assembly for night vision system. Litton Systems, Poms Smith Lande & Rose, April 26, 1994: US05307204 (27 worldwide citation)

A mounting assembly for a night vision system is provided which allows the night vision system to be easily and rapidly switched from one eye to the next. The night vision system has an optical portion, and a control housing affixed to the optical portion. The control housing has a first and a secon ...


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Amotz Dor: Night vision system and mounting assembly. Litton Systems, Poms Smith Lande & Rose, July 19, 1994: US05331459 (20 worldwide citation)

A night vision system usable as either a helmet mounted or face mask mounted monocular, or as a pocketscope, comprising an optical portion having an objective lens, an eyepiece, and an image intensification apparatus for intensifying a received image intermediate the objective lens and the eyepiece, ...


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Amotz Dor: Universal adapter for night vision system. Litton Systems, Poms Smith Lande & Rose, August 23, 1994: US05339464 (20 worldwide citation)

An adapter is provided for enabling the use of night vision goggle having a plug-type mounting connector and a spring biased latch, with a head mounting assembly having a plate-type receiving carriage. The adapter comprises a housing having a plug-type receptacle which is configured to receive the p ...


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Zhang Dongmao, Davisson Jo V, Ben Amotz Dor, Xie Yong, Deb Shirshendu Kumar: Quantitative proteomics with isotopic substituted raman active labeling. Purdue Research Foundation, Zhang Dongmao, Davisson Jo V, Ben Amotz Dor, Xie Yong, Deb Shirshendu Kumar, RICHARDSON James A, April 6, 2006: WO/2006/037036 (2 worldwide citation)

A labeling reagent having a distinct Raman, or surface enhanced Raman, spectral signature is used for the control and analysis samples. The labeling reagents can be fluorescent dyes with different isotopic substituents, such as the substitution of some hydrogen atoms for deuterium atoms. Such labeli ...


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