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Myer Jon H, Hasslinger Robert L, Webster Francis P: Optical label reader and decoder. Hughes Aircraft Company, May 16, 1972: US3663800 (41 worldwide citation)

A coded label having a leader, a unique preamble word and data words coded thereon, a system for optically reading the label, including a rotary bar scan optics for continually scanning a label from different incremental angles and generating pulse signals in response to a code thereon, and a decode ...


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Myer Jon H: Rotor balancer. Hughes Aircraft Company, May 16, 1972: US3663795 (34 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for dynamically balancing rotary bodies while rotating at operating speed. A laser beam is deflected in a circular path by a moving or nutating mirror or refracted by a wobbling lens which is made to move in synchronism with the rotation of the rotary element such that the bea ...


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Myer Jon H: Omnidirectional planar optical code reader. Hughes Aircraft Company, February 27, 1973: US3718761 (16 worldwide citation)

An optical system for reading graphic codes, regardless of their orientation in a plane, includes apparatus for generating a scan of a shaped light beam and rotating the scan on and across targets having a code for transmission of the code to a detector. Alternatively, the code of the target may be ...


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Myer Jon H: Package structure for movable magnetic domain devices. Hughes Aircraft Company, MacAllister Jr W H, Keaveney Donald C, February 4, 1975: US3864671 (14 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a package or housing structure for signal translating or memory devices employing cylindrical magnetic domains (commonly called bubbles) in uniaxially anisotropic magnetic mediums such as single crystal platelets for the processing digital information. The package is such as to co ...


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Myer Jon H, O Meara Thomas R, Richardson John M: Code reading system for identification of moving and stationary objects utilizing noncoherent optics. Hughes Aircraft Company, October 24, 1972: US3700907 (11 worldwide citation)

For purposes of material handling and inventory management of railway cars, trucks, crates, packaged and unpackaged goods, and similar objects, markings, comprising a plurality or a composite of coded patterns, on such moving and stationary objects are used for their identification or identification ...


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Myer Jon H: Drosograph display system. Hughes Aircraft Company, March 16, 1971: US3571511 (8 worldwide citation)

The disclosed system serves to provide live images on a display screen by modulating a light beam projected towards the display screen through a transparent medium having a totally internally reflecting surface. The modulation is accomplished by selectively frustrating the total internal reflection ...


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Myer Jon H: Movable magnetic domain random access three-dimensional memory array. Hughes Aircraft Company, MacAllister Jr W H, Keaveney Donald C, April 15, 1975: US3878542 (7 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a random access memory device wherein binary bits of information are stored by moving mobile cylindrical magnetic domains in anisotropic ferromagnetic crystal platelets between positions predetermined in the platelets by appropriate drive circuitry conductor configurations which g ...


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Myer Jon H: Biasing apparatus for magnetic domain stores. Hughes Aircraft Company, MacAllister W H, Keaveney Donald C, August 20, 1974: US3831156 (6 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to magnetic biasing apparatus for devices employing cylindrical magnetic domains (commonly called bubbles) in a uniaxially anisotropic magnetic medium such as a single crystal platelet for the analysis and storage of digital information. Presence or absence of changes in the s ...


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Myer Jon H: Optical angle measuring system. Hughes Aircraft Company, October 2, 1973: US3762819 (6 worldwide citation)

An optical system is disclosed for automatically measuring corner angles of graphic patterns. In a preferred embodiment, the image of a graphic pattern is illuminated by a light source, slowly rotated by a rotating K-mirror assembly and rapidly scanned by a rotating mirror drum which sequentially pr ...