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David L George: Radio channel allocation based on location of mobile users. Uniden America Corporation, Richards Medlock & Andrews, May 25, 1993: US05214789 (293 worldwide citation)

A broadcast two-way radio communication system has a plurality of transmit/receive stations which function as repeaters. Each of the stations has a corresponding geographically defined operation zone. A mobile radio transmits a request for use of a communication channel. Along with this request, the ...


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David L George, Raymond G Benson Jr: Transceiver battery charging apparatus and method. Uniden Corp of America, Woodard Weikart Emhardt & Naughton, August 4, 1987: US04684870 (46 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for recharging a rechargeable battery in a hand-held transceiver while maintaining communications capability through the transceiver. The battery charger is housed in a charging unit to which the transceiver can be removably attached. A dual-mode charging circuit generates a ...


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David L George: Automatic channel selection in a mobile radio for telephone interconnect. Uniden America Corporation, Richards Medlock & Andrews, April 13, 1993: US05203015 (35 worldwide citation)

A mobile radio programmed to analyze idle channel assignments issued by a repeater station and select different channels, if appropriate, which are especially adapted for communicating with other communication facilities, such as a telephone interconnect. Programmed into the mobile radio with each c ...


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David L George, Raymond G Benson Jr: Mechanical latch mechanism for combination portable transceiver and charging unit. Uniden Corporation of America, Woodard Emhardt Naughton Moriarty & McNett, March 29, 1988: US04734049 (28 worldwide citation)

A combination charging unit and portable, hand-held transceiver which includes a latch mechanism operable to effect an electrical connection between the charging circuit in the charging unit and the rechargeable power supply in the transceiver automatically upon insertion of the transceiver into the ...


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David L George: Method and apparatus for efficiently monitoring a plurality of radio channels to detect message signals. Uniden America Corporation, Richards Medlock & Andrews, March 5, 1996: US05497508 (25 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for efficiently monitoring a plurality of radio channels in a data communication system in which mobile message receiving devices are programmed to receive messages on a plurality of channels by selecting a group of channels for scanning, based upon detection of signal activit ...


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David L George: Electrical circuit identification means. H Gibner Lehmann, K Gibner Lehmann, March 5, 1996: US05497094 (22 worldwide citation)

A hand-held electronic receiver for detecting pulses of high magnitude and short duration in an electrical circuit, including an inductive pick-up coil, an electrical signaller, an electrical power supply for the signaller, and an electronic trigger responsive to electrical pulses induced in the pic ...


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David L George: Locking system for beverage taps. Michael J Hughes, March 4, 1997: US05607084 (22 worldwide citation)

A locking system for beverage taps (10) is provided for use with conventional beverage faucets (12) such as those utilized to dispense kegged beer and the like. The system (10) incorporates an elongated valve stem (14) which protrudes from the proximal end (38) of the faucet body (12) and is provide ...


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David L George Jr: Preform mask for painting vehicles. Ratner & Prestia, March 16, 1993: US05193877 (14 worldwide citation)

A disposable vehicle cover constructed of a porous flexible sheet material, optionally consisting of porous and non-porous layers, adapted to conform generally to the shape of a vehicle body and optionally includes at least one removable, tear-out section, adapted to expose a predetermined portion o ...


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David L George: Electrical circuit identification means. H Gibner Lehmann, K Gibner Lehmann, December 3, 1985: US04556839 (12 worldwide citation)

An electrical circuit identification means for identifying a particular circuit while the latter is normally energized and functioning, said means being usable with a plurality of energized circuits leading to different remote locations in an electrical installation such as a building structure or o ...


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David L George II: Portable louver-forming tool. David L George II, Ratner & Prestia, April 11, 1995: US05404739 (5 worldwide citation)

A portable tool for forming louvers in a sheet metal work piece. The tool has a substantially C-shaped frame with an upper leg, a lower leg, and a body forming a throat in which the louvers are formed. A female die assembly is mounted on the lower leg of the frame. A male die is positioned in a carr ...