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David Blaine: Noninvasive electromagnetic fluid level sensor. Zevex, Morriss Bateman O&apos Bryant & Compagni, February 27, 2001: US06192752 (58 worldwide citation)

A disposable sensor is disclosed for non-invasively detecting and characterizing a container's contents. By generating microwave frequency signals, electromagnetic fields are produced by a sensor and penetrate a container. The EM fields are analyzed in regards to how they are perturbed by the c ...


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David Blaine Dietz, Nagula Tharma Sangary, Sean Bartholomew Simmons: Safety for mobile device users while driving. Research In Motion, March 1, 2011: US07898428 (32 worldwide citation)

A mobile device configured to have at least one function disabled when a speed of the mobile device exceeds a threshold. The mobile device includes an output component configured to provide a notification related to disabling the at least one function. The mobile device also includes a first input c ...


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Dietz David Blaine, Sangary Nagula Tharma, Simmons Sean Bartholomew: Safety for mobile device users while driving. Res In Motion, September 9, 2009: EP2099203-A1 (23 worldwide citation)

A mobile device 10 configured to have at least one function disabled when a speed of the mobile device 10 exceeds a threshold. The mobile device includes an output component 20 configured to provide a notification related to disabling the at least one function. The mobile device also includes a firs ...


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David Blaine Dietz, Nagula Tharma Sangary, Sean Bartholomew Simmons, Mihal Lazaridis, Jonathan Cyril Skilton Doll, Perry Jarmuszewskl: Automatic activation of speed measurement in mobile device based on available motion indicia. Research In Motion, Ridout & Maybee, January 15, 2013: US08355751 (16 worldwide citation)

A system and method for speed measurement of a mobile device, using an speed sensor such as a satellite navigation system or an accelerometer, does not need such speed sensor to be continually activated. The system and method make use of a monitor for monitoring at least one motion indicium for indi ...


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David Blaine Dietz, Nagula Tharma Sangary, Sean Bartholomew Simmons: Estimation of the speed of a mobile device. Research In Motion, February 22, 2011: US07895013 (11 worldwide citation)

A mobile device configured to estimate the speed at which it is moving. The mobile device includes a timing component configured to perform a plurality of Doppler shift measurements on a timing signal received by the mobile device. The mobile device also includes a processing component configured to ...


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Thomas L Wolf, David Blaine, Rex K Hales, Marshall A Soares: Programmable architecture analog-to-digital converter. Slicex, Steven L Nichols, Rader Fishman & Grauer PLLC, July 13, 2004: US06762707 (11 worldwide citation)

A method and system by which multiple ADC architectures can be emulated comprises, a number of electrical components commonly used in a variety of ADC architectures, routing an analog input through a number of switches, and selectively connecting and disconnecting the switches to emulate one of mult ...


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David A Yelich, John E Cunningham, Glenn J Thomas, Holly H Stoddard, David Blaine, Richard Waugh, Orville Bailey, Shirish Pareek, Amy Cutlip Cohen: Category analysis in a market management. Accenture, B2EMarkets, Oppenheimer Wolff & Donnelly, June 17, 2008: US07389214 (8 worldwide citation)

The present disclosure provides for analyzing expenditures by category. A file including expenditure data relating to spent monies is identified. The expenditure data from the file is extracted. An independent and a dependent variable relating to the expenditure data are determined. The expenditure ...


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Mark Stringham, Roger Millis, John Foley, David Blaine: Air bubble detector. Zevek, Hodgson Russ, September 24, 2013: US08539812 (6 worldwide citation)

Air bubbles may be characterized by an air bubble detector by choosing an optimum set of frequencies and then comparing a return signal from a sensor receiving those frequencies against an internal reference. The number of pulses that exceed the internal reference represents a width and may be count ...


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Kelly Anthony Joseph, Lobb David Blaine: Golf bags. Kelly Anthony Joseph, Lobb David Blaine, December 16, 1998: GB2326105-A (6 worldwide citation)

A golf bag whose upper open end is defined by a collar to which is secured a rack divided by a plurality of upstanding planar fins into a number of discrete channels each capable of receiving and retaining the head of club with the club shaft extending downwardly into the bag. In cross-section, the ...


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Frank Anthony Crandall, Blake Allen, Mark Stringham, Joseph Luis, Olga Jovic, David Blaine: Ultrasonic instrument using langevin type transducers to create transverse motion. Zevex, Hodgson Russ, November 6, 2012: US08303613 (5 worldwide citation)

A Langevin transducer horn uses split electroding or selective electroding of transducer elements and phase relationships of the voltages applied thereto to determine the relative longitudinal and flexural/transverse motion induced in the tip of the horn.