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John T Stites, Michael G Taylor: Golf club head. Tom Stites & Associates, Randall C Brown, Rick Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld L Matos, August 10, 1999: US05935020 (187 worldwide citation)

A driver type, hollow-bodied golf club head in which multiple parameters are controlled to be within defined ranges of values to enhance the performance and playability of the club. The parameters which are controlled include the club head's maximum dimensions, the position of the center-of-gravity, ...


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Michael G Taylor, Charles W Shanley, William J Ooms: Reconfigurable systems using hybrid integrated circuits with optical ports. Motorola, Oblon Spivak McClelland Maier & Neustadt P C, June 25, 2002: US06410941 (105 worldwide citation)

A hybrid integrated circuit is provided that has a monocrystalline substrate such as silicon and a compound semiconductor layer such as gallium arsenide or indium phosphide. An optical communications port may be formed on the hybrid integrated circuit. Electrical equipment may be provided that inclu ...


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Michael G Taylor, Balakrishnan Sridhar: Optical amplifier having first and second stages and an attenuator controlled based on the gains of the first and second stages. Ciena Corporation, David L Soltz, April 11, 2000: US06049413 (86 worldwide citation)

An optical amplifier is disclosed having substantially uniform spectral gain. The amplifier comprises a variable optical attenuator coupled between first and second segments of active optical fiber. The attenuation of the optical attenuator is adjusted in accordance with the optical power input to t ...


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John T Stites, Michael G Taylor: Iron-type golf club head. Nike USA, Randall C Brown, Haynes and Boone L, September 17, 2002: US06450897 (49 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides an iron-type golf club head having a bridge member across a cavity on its rear surface, which member influences the trajectory of a golf ball struck by the club head. By altering the bridge member orientation across the cavity on the rear surface, the club head can be ...


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Michael G Taylor: Bit-rate transparent WDM optical communication system with remodulators. CIENA Corporation, Margaret Burke, August 17, 1999: US05938309 (48 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides improved compatibility between optical transmitters of various data rates and WDM optical communication systems. In the present invention, optical remodulators are configured to receive an optical signal, separate the information from that optical signal into N informa ...


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John Thomas Stites, Michael G Taylor, David N Franklin, Byron Cole Slaughter: Golf club head having a bridge member. Nike, Banner & Witcoff, August 2, 2005: US06923732 (46 worldwide citation)

A cavity back golf club head having a bridge member is disclosed. The bridge member extends across a first rear cavity connecting a heel and a toe of the golf club head to control the trajectory of a golf ball. For the longer iron clubs, a wall extending from the sole portion of the cavity back golf ...


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Michael G Taylor: Modulation format adjusting optical transponders. Ciena Corporation, David L Soltz, Michael R Cammarata, July 3, 2001: US06256127 (42 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a modulation format adjusting optical transponder for receiving an incident optical signal of a first modulation format and outputting an optical signal having a different modulation format. The transponder includes an optical-to-electrical conversion element configure ...


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Ronald C Gamble, Micheal C Hair, Sava R Lukac, Michael G Taylor: Vesicle ink compositions. Xerox Corporation, Vestar, Lyon & Lyon, November 8, 1988: US04783220 (42 worldwide citation)

Ink compositions consisting of small unilamellar or multilamellar vesicles formed from surfactants of anionic, cationic, zwitterionic and nonionic molecules having an oil soluble dye, inclusive of a lipid-soluble dye associated therewith are described. The dye to surfactant ratio is preferably from ...


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John T Stites, Hiroshi Kawaguchi, Byron C Slaughter, Michael G Taylor, David N Franklin: Golf club head having a bridge member and a damping element. Nike, Banner & Witcoff, January 13, 2009: US07476162 (41 worldwide citation)

A cavity back golf club head having a bridge member and a damping element is disclosed. The bridge member extends across a first rear cavity connecting a heel and a toe of the golf club head to control the trajectory of a golf ball. For the longer iron clubs, a damping element extends from the sole ...


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Michael G Taylor, Balakrishnan Sridhar: Optical amplifier having a variable attenuator controlled based on detected ASE. Ciena Corporation, David L Soltz, October 5, 1999: US05963361 (35 worldwide citation)

An optical amplifier is disclosed having substantially uniform spectral gain. The amplifier comprises a variable optical attenuator coupled between first and second segments of active optical fiber. The attenuation of the optical attenuator is adjusted in accordance with the optical power input to t ...