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Barrett E Cole, Bernard S Fritz, Robert D Horning: Fabry-Perot micro filter-detector. Honeywell, John G Shudy Jr, August 27, 1996: US05550373 (273 worldwide citation)

A monolithically constructed infrared, tunable Fabry-Perot cavity filter-detector for spectroscopic detection of particular substances having an absorption line in the wavelength range from 2 to 12 microns. The filter-detector has a hermetically sealed Fabry-Perot cavity that has a mirror which has ...


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Bernard S Fritz: Optical detection system for flow cytometry. Honeywell International, Kris T Fredrick, August 28, 2007: US07262838 (52 worldwide citation)

An optical detection system for flow cytometry that uses two or more light sources positioned laterally at different distances from a central axis of a flow stream for providing light through different parts of the flow stream. One or more lenses are used to focus the light from the two or more ligh ...


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Ioannis Pavlidis, Peter F Symosek, Bernard S Fritz: Near-IR human detector. Honeywell International, John G Shudy Jr, April 9, 2002: US06370260 (49 worldwide citation)

An infrared detector having two cameras for viewing a scene to detect humans. The cameras focus the scene on their respective pixel arrays. One array is designed with a filter to be sensitive to light from 0.8 to 1.4 microns and the array of the other camera is designed with a filter to be sensitive ...


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Ioannis Pavlidis, Peter F Symosek, Bernard S Fritz: Near-IR human detector. Honeywell International, Kris T Fredrick, December 7, 2004: US06829370 (36 worldwide citation)

A detection method and system that detects reflection from a scene in at least a portion of an upper band of the near infrared spectrum (e.g., at least a portion within the range of 1.4 &mgr;m and above in the near infrared spectrum). The presence of a human body in the scene is then determined by c ...


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Ioannis Pavlidis, Peter F Symosek, Bernard S Fritz: Near-infrared disguise detection. Honeywell International, Kris T Fredrick, April 6, 2004: US06718049 (35 worldwide citation)

Detection of a person disguised with one or more artificial materials includes detecting reflection from at least one portion of a head of a human body in at least a portion of an upper band of the near infrared spectrum. The presence of an artificial material associated with the head of the human b ...


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Ernest J Torok, John A Krawczak, Bernard S Fritz, William A Harvey: Integrated solid state non-volatile fiber optic switchboard. Unisys Corporation, Glenn W Bowen, June 13, 1989: US04838637 (28 worldwide citation)

A fiber-optic switchboard is developed consisting of a plurality of n input fibers, n input lenses, n light deflecting elements, n relay lenses, a multifaceted reflector, m output lenses, and m output fibers. Each input lens causes an image of the end of the corresponding input fiber to fall on its ...


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Aravind Padmanabhan, James A Cox, Bernard S Fritz, Cleopatra Cabuz: Portable sample analyzer with removable cartridge. Honeywell International, Kris T Fredrick, January 5, 2010: US07641856 (26 worldwide citation)

A sample analyzer with a removable and/or disposable cartridge for use at the point of care of a patient such as in a doctor's office, in the home, or elsewhere in the field. By providing a removable and/or disposable cartridge with all of the needed reagents and/or fluids, the sample analyzer can b ...


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Aravind Padmanabhan, Bernard S Fritz: Miniaturized cytometer for detecting multiple species in a sample. Honeywell International, Kris T Fredrick, December 8, 2009: US07630063 (25 worldwide citation)

A system for scattered light and simultaneous multi-color (e.g., greater than sixteen colors) fluorescence light detecting, and for analyzing, classifying and identifying biological particles and items of interest. A sample to be tested may be entered in a disposable microfluidic cartridge which in ...


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Bernard S Fritz, Teresa A Fritz: Cross projection visor helmet mounted display. Honeywell, March 29, 1994: US05299063 (25 worldwide citation)

A helmet mounted display utilizing a pair of image sources mounted low on the helmet of a pilot and projecting an image across in front of the pilot's face to the opposite partly reflecting portions of the visor of the helmet to create an image for each of the pilot's eyes, which image is combined w ...


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Mark L Wilson, Bernard S Fritz: Fiber optic read/write head for an optical disk memory system. Unisys Corporation, Glenn W Bowen, January 17, 1989: US04799210 (24 worldwide citation)

An optical read/write system is provided in which a laser diode for supplying read and write beams is mounted at a fixed location on a temperature stabilized platform. A single mode, polarizing-preserving optical fiber is connected between the read head and the diode to reduce the mass of the system ...



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