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Holt Lyn, Maufe Barry Gordon, Wiener Anthony: Encoded marking of a recording signal. Emi Thorn, April 20, 1988: GB2196167-A (187 worldwide citation)

A marking signal 1 identifying the owner of a recording and formed by binary elements passes from a data store 2 to code generator 3, which translates each like binary element into a pseudo random sequence of binary elements, to produce an encoded marking signal and then, via low pass filter 4 and m ...


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Bell James Fraser, Holt Lyn, King Charles Edmund: Magnetic compositions. Cookson Group, December 5, 1990: GB2232165-A (4 worldwide citation)

A magnetic composition is provided which comprises a combination of two or more magnetic phases having different magnetic properties which interact synergistically. The consequence of this synergism is that a completely new set of properties can be produced by combining two or more materials. The co ...


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Holt Lyn, Roberts Simon Hugh: Imaging method. Cookson Group, February 6, 1991: GB2234601-A (3 worldwide citation)

A method of forming images by imagewise exposing a sheet of a cellulosic substrate material impregnated with titanium dioxide to ultraviolet radiation produced by an excimer laser and having a wavelength of less than 400nm in order to cause the titanium dioxide present in the irradiated area(s) to d ...


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Youd David, Holt Lyn, Pang Pak Keung: Method of joining pipes and epoxy adhesive therefor. Cookson Group, February 28, 1990: GB2222217-A (2 worldwide citation)

A method of joining pipes comprising overlapping the circumference of a pipe end (21) with a larger diameter cylindrical fitting (22) to make a close radial fit, applying adhesive (A) having a viscosity in the range from 0.5 to 200 centipoises to the edge of the overlap, allowing the adhesive to be ...


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Campbell John Stewart, Holt Lyn, Macleod Norman, Jolliffe Barry: Lithoplate production.. Cookson Group, January 9, 1991: EP0407081-A2 (1 worldwide citation)

A method of producing a lithoplate by deposition of a copper image onto a substrate characterised by applying a copper salt or a copper compound to the substrate and then irradiating the desired image areas with controlled electromagnetic radiation to decompose the copper salt or copper compound and ...


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Holt Lyn, Roberts Simon Hugh: Security printing. Cookson Group, February 20, 1991: GB2235063-A

A continuous method for the secure printing of documents in which moving sheets (4) of a cellulosic material impregnated with titanium dioxide are printed sequentially by irradiating the cellulosic sheets with ultraviolet radiation (1) produced by a laser and having a wavelength of less than 400nm b ...


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Holt Lyn, Campbell John Stewart, Pang Pak Keung, Jaunzens Allan Imants: Preparing articles for soldering. Cookson Group, Holt Lyn, Campbell John Stewart, Pang Pak Keung, Jaunzens Allan Imants, ALLARD Susan Joyce, March 22, 1990: WO/1990/003098

A method of preparing for soldering a surface of a material comprising metallic particles, for example of silver, distributed within an organic polymer binder, for example an epoxy resin, characterised by including the step of etching at least part of the surface to be soldered by bombardment with a ...


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Bell James Fraser, Jeffrey Steven Roy, Campbell John Stewart, Holt Lyn: Method for the fabrication of multipole magnets. Magnet Applications, Bell James Fraser, Jeffrey Steven Roy, Campbell John Stewart, Holt Lyn, BOULT WADE 27 Furnival Street London EC4A 1PQ, February 3, 1994: WO/1994/002953

A method for the fabrication of multipole magnets, which method comprises the steps of (i) screen or stencil printing an ink comprising a mixture of particles of a magnet material and a carrier material onto a backing sheet in a predetermined pattern; (ii) curing or drying the patterned sheet and ma ...


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Holt Lyn, Swetnam Mark Andrew, Witek Stefan Ryszard: Sensors for the analysis of molten metals. Cookson Group, Holt Lyn, Swetnam Mark Andrew, Witek Stefan Ryszard, BOULT WADE 27 Furnival Street London EC4A 1PQ, July 21, 1994: WO/1994/016318

A sensor for the measurement of trace elements in molten metals or alloys, which comprises as the solid electrolyte zirconia toughened strontium $g(b)-alumina. The sensor of the present invention has significantly improved thermal shock properties.