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Lawrence G Decker, Janet R Poston, Edward F Hume: Pulsed-laser detection with pulse stretcher and noise averaging. Cincinnati Microwave, Limbach & Limbach, April 27, 1993: US05206500 (103 worldwide citation)

A photodetector receives an optical signal and converts it an electrical signal. A pulse stretcher converts the electrical signal into a first signal which is characterized by having an increased pulse width relative to the electrical signal. A noise averager converts the electrical signal into a se ...


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Lawrence G Decker, Janet R Poston, Edward F Hume: Method and apparatus for pulsed-laser detection. Cincinnati Microwave, Limbach & Limbach, September 13, 1994: US05347120 (28 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for determining the strength and proximity of a pulsed-laser radar signal is provided. A photodetector detects signals and provides the signals to a decision network. The decision network evaluates the signals and generates an output pulse when a detected signal is a valid sig ...


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Lawrence G Decker, Paul M Allen: Police radar warning receiver with auto-mute function. Cincinnati Microwave, Wood Herron & Evans, November 17, 1992: US05164729 (25 worldwide citation)

A police radar warning receiver includes an auto-mute feature by which a driver may be alerted to the presence of police radar but without the annoyance of an unnecessarily prolonged audible alarm. To this end, upon detection of the police radar signal, an audible alarm begins to beep at a selected ...


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Lawrence G Decker, Janet R Poston, Edward F Hume: Test circuit for a pulsed-laser detector. Cincinnati Microwave, Limbach & Limbach, November 15, 1994: US05365055 (20 worldwide citation)

A pulsed-laser radar detection apparatus includes a decision network coupled to a photodetector. The decision network generates an output pulse when a signal detected by the photodetector is a valid signal according to predefined criteria which are implemented in the decision network. An indicator p ...



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