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James Logan, Daniel F Goessling, Charles G Call: System for electrically distributing personalized information. James Logan, Banner & Witcoff, February 24, 1998: US05721827 (993 worldwide citation)

An audio program and message distribution system in which a host system organizes and transmits program segments to client subscriber locations. The host organizes the program segments by subject matter and creates scheduled programming in accordance with preferences associated with each subscriber. ...


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James Logan, Daniel F Goessling, Charles G Call: Audio message exchange system. Internet Angles, Banner & Witcoff, March 24, 1998: US05732216 (734 worldwide citation)

An audio program and message distribution system in which a host system organizes and transmits program segments to client subscriber locations. The hose organizes the program segments by subject matter and creates scheduled programming in accordance with preferences associated with each subscriber. ...


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James Logan, Daniel F Goessling, Charles G Call: Audio program player including a dynamic program selection controller. Charles G Call, March 6, 2001: US06199076 (557 worldwide citation)

An audio program and message distribution system in which a host system organizes and transmits program segments to client subscriber locations. The host organizes the program segments by subject matter and creates scheduled programming in accordance with preferences associated with each subscriber. ...


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James Logan, Daniel Goessling: Time delayed digital video system using concurrent recording and playback. Allegretti & Witcoff, December 6, 1994: US05371551 (552 worldwide citation)

A broadcast recording and playback device employing a "circular buffer" which constantly records one or more incoming audio or video program signals and a microprocessor for accessing the memory to read a playback signal from the circular buffer to display programming material delayed from its recei ...


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James Logan, Derek V Carroll, Charles G Call: Interactive system for authoring hypertext document collections. Microtouch Systems, Banner & Witcoff, September 1, 1998: US05802299 (331 worldwide citation)

A network based hypertext display system employing a supervisory computer interconnected with one or more information display units and one or more remote document servers via a network, such as the Internet. The supervisory computer controls the content displayed by the display units by transferrin ...


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James Logan, Derek V Carroll, Charles G Call: Techniques for changing the behavior of a link in a hypertext document. Microtouch Systems, Banner & Witcoff, June 2, 1998: US05761683 (325 worldwide citation)

A network based hypertext display system employing a supervisory computer interconnected with one or more information display units and one or more remote document servers via a network, such as the Internet. The supervisory computer controls the content displayed by the display units by transferrin ...


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James Logan, Derek V Carroll, Charles G Call: Supervised satellite kiosk management system with combined local and remote data storage. Microtouch Systems, Banner & Witcoff, July 14, 1998: US05781909 (230 worldwide citation)

A network based hypertext display system employing a supervisory computer interconnected with one or more information display units and one or more remote document servers via a network, such as the Internet. The supervisory computer controls the content displayed by the display units by transferrin ...


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Ralph Andre Logan, James Logan Merz, Franz Karl Reinhart, Harry Gregory White: Heterostructure devices including tapered optical couplers. Bell Telephone Laboratories Incorporated, M J Urbano, August 31, 1976: US03978426 (39 worldwide citation)

Described is a double heterostructure junction laser in which the active region tapers to zero thickness within the structure, causing light to couple into an adjacent, underlying passive waveguide layer. Also described is a laser device in which the passive waveguide layer terminates in a region of ...


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Fairchild James Logan: Automatic control of crystal size distribution. Kerr McGee Chemical Corporation, Addison William G, August 19, 1975: US3900292 (18 worldwide citation)

An improved process for continuously producing crystals having a size distribution within a predetermined range. The rate at which seed crystals are withdrawn from a crystallizer and destroyed or wasted is controlled such that a fixed ratio is maintained between the rate at which the seed crystals a ...


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Daniel Kenneth Schiffer, Clayton James Logan, Michael David Powers, Hue Scott Snowden: Method for treating fibrous web materials. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Robert A Ambrose, February 21, 2006: US07001562 (15 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides an efficient method for topically treating and drying fibrous web materials such as nonwoven web materials and nonwoven laminate materials without unduly damaging the materials due to excessive heating during drying.