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Phillip P Bennett: Video device synchronization system. Ampex Corporation, Robert K Schumacher, Ralph L Mossino, Joel D Talcott, July 30, 1985: US04532547 (159 worldwide citation)

A TV video signal synchronization signal system enables a video device such as a digital special effects system to operate synchronously in response to an input video signal and still produce an output video signal synchronized to a television studio locking reference signal. The video device and th ...


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Phillip P Bennett, Steven A Gabriel: System for spatially transforming images. Ampex Corporation, Fraser and Bogucki, September 18, 1984: US04472732 (83 worldwide citation)

A system for spatially transforming images by separate transformation of each dimension of the image is exemplified by a raster scan television system which includes for each color component a transposing memory providing a change of scan direction from horizontal to vertical, a vertical transformat ...


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Richard J Taylor, Phillip P Bennett: Digital still picture storage system with size change facility. Micro Consultants, Dowell & Dowell, November 24, 1981: US04302776 (79 worldwide citation)

A digital picture storage system with various facilities including size change. The system includes real time frame storage and a non-real time store expediently provided as disc storage. The size change mechanism has access to the data in the non-real time domain to allow size change techniques to ...


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Phillip P Bennett, Steven A Gabriel: Spatial transformation system including key signal generator. Ampex Corporation, Fraser and Bogucki, July 31, 1984: US04463372 (71 worldwide citation)

A spatial transformation system includes a processing system for each component of an input video signal. The processing systems respond to operator commands entered through a control panel to provide spatial transformation such as enlargement, reduction, translation, and three-dimensional perspecti ...


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Phillip P Bennett: Video device synchronization system. Ampex Corporation, Robert K Schumacher, Richard P Lange, Douglas M Gilbert, September 25, 1990: US04959718 (60 worldwide citation)

A TV video signal synchronization signal system enables a video device such as a digital special effects system to operate synchronously in response to an input video signal and still produce an output video signal synchronized to a television studio locking reference signal. The video device and th ...


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Richard J Taylor, Phillip P Bennett: Digital video processor. Micro Consultants, Dowell & Dowell, August 25, 1981: US04286291 (27 worldwide citation)

A digital video processor system adapted to reduce the number of digital data samples by effectively reducing the data rate to allow more efficient handling during any further manipulation. The processor includes a separator for separating data from spacially adjacent video lines into high and low f ...


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Robert C Antonio, Phillip P Bennett, Mark R Andrews: Video sample rate converter. Abekas Video Systems, Limbach & Limbach, January 26, 1993: US05182633 (20 worldwide citation)

A video sample rate converter for converting decoded SMPTE D2 interleaved component video to SMPTE D1 interleaved component video includes a single modified multi-tap finite impulse response ("FIR") digital filter which alternately functions as a data selector and two-point linear interpolator, and ...


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Phillip P Bennett: Video device synchronization system. Ampex Corporation, Robert K Schumacher, Ralph L Mossino, Richard P Lange, December 5, 1989: US04885638 (7 worldwide citation)

A TV video signal synchronization signal system enables a video device such as a digital special effects system to operate synchronously in response to an input video signal and still produce an output video signal synchronized to a television studio locking reference signal. The video device and th ...


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Phillip P Bennett, Edwin E Flores: Method of modifying a disk drive from serial to parallel operation. Abekas Video Systems, Limbach & Limbach, February 13, 1996: US05491607 (2 worldwide citation)

A disk drive that is the product of modifying a standard computer disk drive to read and write data in parallel with all of its transducer heads at once, rather than serially with only one head at a time. A method and apparatus are disclosed for protecting the disk drive's platters from damage and c ...


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Phillip P Bennett, Edwin E Flores: Method and apparatus for disk drive modification. Scitex Corporation, Limbach & Limbach L, March 25, 1997: US05613292 (1 worldwide citation)

A disk drive that is the product of modifying a standard computer disk drive to read and write data in parallel with all of its transducer heads at once, rather than serially with only one head at a time. A method and apparatus are disclosed for protecting the disk drive's platters from damage and c ...