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James A Bixby: Apparatus for controlling exposure of a solid state image sensor array. Spin Physics, Robert F Cody, July 6, 1982: US04338514 (145 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for controlling the exposure of a solid state image sensor array monitors the semiconductor substrate current produced as charge signal accumulates during an exposure of the array to radiant energy. The exposure of the array is controlled in response to an output signal representative o ...


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Theodore B Hill, Edward A Radtke, Robert A Schneider, James A Bixby: Portable oxygen concentration system and method of using the same. SeQual Technologies, Teijin, Procopio Cory Hargreaves & Savitch, November 25, 2003: US06651658 (126 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to a portable oxygen concentrator system adapted to be transported by a user. The portable oxygen concentrator system includes an energy source, an air separation device powered by the energy source and adapted to convert ambient air into concentrated oxygen gas for ...


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William Scot Appel, David Phillip Winter, Brian Kenneth Sward, Masato Sugano, Edmund Salter, James A Bixby: Portable oxygen concentration system and method of using the same. SeQual Technologies, Teijin, Procopio Cory Hargreaves & Savitch, February 17, 2004: US06691702 (118 worldwide citation)

A portable oxygen concentrator system adapted to be readily transported by a user includes a rechargeable energy source and a concentrator powered by the energy source. The concentrator converts ambient air into concentrated oxygen gas for the user and includes a plurality of adsorption beds and a r ...


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Theodore B Hill, Edward A Radtke, Robert A Schneider, James A Bixby: Portable oxygen concentration system and method of using the same. SeQual Technologies, Procopio Cory Hargreaves & Savitch, October 7, 2003: US06629525 (100 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to a portable oxygen concentrator system adapted to be transported by a user. The portable oxygen concentrator system includes an energy source, an air separation device powered by the energy source and adapted to convert ambient air into concentrated oxygen gas for ...


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James U Lemke, James A Bixby: Fast frame rate augmentation. Eastman Technology, Robert F Cody, July 13, 1982: US04339775 (59 worldwide citation)

Fast frame recorder apparatus is known wherein information corresponding to an object of interest is recorded at a fast frame rate (e.g., 2,000 frames per second) and displayed at a slower frame rate (e.g., 60 frames per second) to produce a slow motion replay of the object. In accordance with the p ...


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Joseph H Colles, James A Bixby: Down converting a high frame rate signal to a standard TV frame rate signal by skipping preselected video information. Eastman Kodak Company, Robert F Cody, January 29, 1985: US04496995 (43 worldwide citation)

In a fast frame recorder having (1) a video camera adapted to produce signals corresponding to a variety of frame rates, (2) a variable speed tape recorder adapted to down-convert the frame rate of the camera signals to a reference frame rate by appropriately reducing the recorder tape speed to a re ...


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James A Bixby: Fast frame rate sensor readout. Eastman Technology, Robert F Cody, March 30, 1982: US04322752 (39 worldwide citation)

Prior art electronic cameras that use solid state area image sensors are generally limited to operation at frame rates less than about 120 frames per second. Such frame rates are limited, principally, by the maximum data rate at which solid state sensors may be operated. The present invention provid ...


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James A Bixby, Robert A Lentz: Coarse and fine control of segmented video playback apparatus with ancillary recording medium. Spin Physics, Robert F Cody, September 15, 1981: US04290087 (34 worldwide citation)

A system for playback of segmented video information on a tape employs an ancillary recording medium which is rotationally driven at the rotational rate of a primary segment scanning apparatus. Each segment of a video field is recorded in a respective track of the ancillary medium, the information o ...


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James A Bixby, James U Lemke, Robert A Lentz: Segmented video playback apparatus with ancillary recording medium. Spin Physics, Robert F Cody, March 11, 1980: US04193098 (34 worldwide citation)

A system for playback of segmented video information on a tape employs an ancillary recording medium which is rotationally driven at a rotation rate of the primary segment scanning apparatus. Each segment of a video field is recorded in a respective track of the ancillary medium, the information of ...


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James A Bixby, James U Lemke, Robert A Lentz: Segmented video recording with segment identification codes. Spin Physics, Robert F Cody, September 1, 1981: US04287539 (20 worldwide citation)

A system for recording segmented video fields with segment identification codes includes circuitry to encode each segment of a given odd or even field with a different identification code. Further, each corresponding segment of all the other odd or even fields is likewise encoded with the same ident ...



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