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Richard L Grimsley, Dale A Teets, Timothy A Coomer, Paul M Allen: Electronic animal confinement system. Perimeter Technologies Incorporated, Wood Herron & Evans L, November 4, 1997: US05682839 (135 worldwide citation)

A system (10) for confining an animal (18) in an area (16) defined by a boundary signal. The system includes a transmitter (22; 22A) to generate the boundary signal and an emitter such as a wire (20) to define area (16). The system also includes a receiver (26; 26A; 200; 200A) to be carried on the a ...


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Richard L Grimsley, Dale A Teets, Timothy A Coomer, Paul M Allen: Receiver for an electronic animal confinement system. Perimeter Technologies Incorporated, Wood Herron & Evans, October 24, 1995: US05460124 (34 worldwide citation)

A system (10) for confining an animal (18) in an area (16) defined by a boundary signal. The system includes a transmitter (22; 22A) to generate the boundary signal and an emitter such as a wire (20) to define area (16). The system also includes a receiver (26; 26A; 200; 200A) to be carried on the a ...


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Paul M Allen, John R Kuhn: Connection multiple batteries to battery powered devices. Technoggin, Wood Herron & Evans, December 19, 1995: US05477123 (28 worldwide citation)

A circuit for serially connecting multiple batteries to a battery-powered device such as a notebook computer or camcorder so that the device will serially charge or discharge the batteries. The device includes at least two controllable switch circuits for selectively connecting batteries to the batt ...


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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 (26 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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Paul M Allen, John R Kuhn: Connecting multiple batteries to battery powered devices. Technoggin, Wood Herron & Evans L, April 15, 1997: US05621301 (23 worldwide citation)

A circuit for serially connecting multiple batteries to a battery-powered device such as a notebook computer or camcorder so that the device will serially charge or discharge the batteries. The device includes at least two controllable switch circuits for selectively connecting batteries to the batt ...


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Paul M Allen: Bulk mail label printing. Cushman Darby & Cushman, March 15, 1988: US04731741 (23 worldwide citation)

A bulk mail list is produced in which all the address entries in the list are in order by bundle, with separators providing an indication of the divisions between bundles. Utilizing a computer and printer, a bulk mail sorted list of address labels is automatically produced. The zipcode, city, and st ...


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Paul M Allen: Visor clip for mounting radar detector. Cincinnati Microwave, Wood Herron & Evans, December 19, 1989: US04887753 (18 worldwide citation)

A visor clip for mounting a police radar detector to the visor of a vehicle having a parallelogram shaped linkage pivotally connected to the top of the detector supporting base. A clip arm is provided at the upper side of the linkage for engaging the top of a visor. The linkage is spring biased forw ...


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Paul M Allen: Bracket and assembly for remote mounting of police radar warning receiver. Cincinnati Microwave, Wood Herron & Evans, May 5, 1992: US05111207 (11 worldwide citation)

A bracket and assembly for remotely mounting a radar detector includes a bracket that secures a license plate to a first end of the vehicle, with the radar detector supported therebetween and a receiving end of the radar detector facing a bottom edge portion of the bracket. The bottom edge portion i ...


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Paul M Allen: Remotely mounted police radar warning receiver. Cincinnati Microwave, Wood Herron & Evans, August 28, 1990: US04952937 (10 worldwide citation)

A remotely mounted radar detector is mounted vertically behind a license plate with a reflector attached to the horn at an angle such that the reflector extends beyond one edge of the license plate to reflect incoming, horizontal radar signals into a vertically oriented plane and to the horn antenna ...