1
Bruce E Johnson, Thomas A Lindsay, David L Brodeur, Randall E Morton, Mark A Regnier: Wide-angle, high-speed, free-space optical communications system. ELDEC Corporation, Christensen O Connor Johnson & Kindness, October 25, 1994: US05359446 (79 worldwide citation)

A free-space optical communications system for transmitting data between an aircraft computer system (14) and a ground-based computer system (12). The system includes a pair of corresponding optical transmitters (36) and optical receivers (38) that transmit and receive optical signals transmitted be ...


2
Bruce E Johnson, Thomas A Lindsay, David L Brodeur, Randall E Morton deceased, Mark A Regnier: Wide-angle, high-speed, free-space optical communications system. Eldec Corporation, Christensen O Connor Johnson and Kindness PLLC, February 25, 1997: US05606444 (70 worldwide citation)

A free-space optical communications system for transmitting data between an aircraft computer system (14) and a ground-based computer system (12). The system includes a pair of corresponding optical transmitters (36) and optical receivers (38) that transmit and receive optical signals transmitted be ...


3
Randall E Morton: Temperature independent fiber optic sensor. Eldec Corporation, Christensen O Connor Johnson & Kindness, February 9, 1988: US04724316 (37 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is an improved fiber optic sensor of the type in which a fiber optic waveguide component of the sensor is configured to be responsive to an external parameter such that curvature of the fiber optic waveguide is altered in response to forces induced by changes in the external parameter bein ...


4
Randall E Morton, William R Little, David L Brodeur: System for transmitting signals between optical transceivers. Eldec Corporation, Christensen O Connor Johnson & Kindness, March 15, 1994: US05295212 (20 worldwide citation)

A communications system for transmitting optical signals between an optical transceiver (20) disposed on an aircraft and a ground-based computer system. The communications system includes a fiber optic cable (30) having one end coupled to the ground-based computer system and another end coupled to a ...


5
Thomas A Lindsay, Randall E Morton: Time-domain intensity normalization for fiber optic sensing. Eldec Corporation, Christensen O Connor Johnson & Kindness, July 21, 1987: US04681395 (20 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a fiber optic sensing system wherein a pulsed light source signal (12) propagates along a single optical waveguide (14) and is split into component signals (20) and (22) at a sensor unit (16). The intensity of one component signal (20) is varied by a transducer (28) through which the si ...