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Ray J King: Corona discharge apparatus. The Electrogesic Corporation, Mason Fenwick & Lawrence, May 31, 1994: US05317155 (110 worldwide citation)

A power amplifier for use in medical and veterinary testing and therapy. A tunable pulse-width-modulated signal generator is connected to a gating element to provide a digital waveform suitable for comprehensive control of the waveform shape and average output power provided by the apparatus. The di ...


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Ray J King, Karl V King: Microwave needle dielectric sensors. KDC Technology, Henry P Sartorio, July 13, 1993: US05227730 (107 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for in vivo or in vitro sensing of complex dielectric properties of lossy dielectric materials, particularly biological tissue. Configured as a needle-like dielectric sensor, a coaxial cable (1) having a circumferential gap (12) in the shield (2) is wrapped with an electrically ...


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Ray J King: Microwave reflection resonator sensors. KDC Technology, Henry P Sartorio, August 2, 1994: US05334941 (53 worldwide citation)

A highly sensitive, direct-contact, in situ sensor for nondestructively measuring or monitoring the complex dielectric and conductive properties of solids, liquids, or gasses at microwave frequencies. A metal microstrip dipole resonator (11) is etched on the surface of a dielectric substrate (12) wh ...


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Ray J King, Karl V King: Microwave interstitial hyperthermia probe. KDC Technology, Henry P Sartorio, November 29, 1994: US05369251 (48 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for in vivo or in vitro selective deposition of microwave power patterns in lossy dielectric materials, particularly biological tissue. Configured as a needle-like probe, a miniature coaxial cable (1) having a circumferential gap (12) in the shield (2) is wrapped with an electri ...


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Ray J King: Non-uniform variable guided wave antennas with electronically controllable scanning. Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, Burmeister York Palmatier Hamby & Jones, April 17, 1979: US04150382 (38 worldwide citation)

The present invention makes it possible to provide a guided wave antenna having a radiation pattern which can be controlled electronically, by control signals derived from a computer or any other suitable source. In this way, the directional characteristics of the antenna can be adjusted and/or scan ...


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Ray J King: Apparatus for measuring microwave electromagnetic fields. Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, Isaksen Lathrop Esch Hart & Clark, March 25, 1980: US04195262 (18 worldwide citation)

A microwave signal is transmitted from a transmitting antenna through a transfer medium to an electrically modulated and mechanically spun microwave scatterer. The scatterer may include an electric field responsive antenna, such as a dipole, for measurement of the electric field, or a magnetic field ...


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Ray J King: Method for measuring microwave electromagnetic fields. Wisconsin Alumi Research Foundation, Isaksen Lathrop Esch Hart & Clark, December 8, 1981: US04305153 (16 worldwide citation)

A microwave signal is transmitted from a transmitting antenna through a transfer medium to an electrically modulated and mechanically spun microwave scatterer. The scatterer may include an electric field responsive antenna, such as a dipole, for measurement of the electric field, or a magnetic field ...


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Ray J King: Solid state relay and circuit breaker. International Rectifier Corporation, Ostrolenk Faber Gerb & Soffen, July 20, 1999: US05926354 (7 worldwide citation)

A current interruption circuit for interrupting current flow from a source of DC power to a load includes: an electronically controllable primary switch device adapted to be series coupled between the DC power source and the load, the primary switch device having a voltage thereacross which is propo ...


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Ray J King, Michael J Werner: Coupling adjustment of microwave slots. KDC Technology, Henry P Sartorio, April 26, 1994: US05307030 (4 worldwide citation)

The invention is method and apparatus for in situ mechanical adjustment of electromagnetic power coupled through an aperture or slot. In its preferred form this adjustment of coupling is achieved by electrically connecting two thin, curved conductive leaf springs (20) to ground plane (14) at the end ...


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Ray J King: Methods and Apparatus for Self-Starting Dimmable Ballasts With A High Power Factor. Pure Spectrum, Alston & Bird, August 13, 2009: US20090200960-A1

Methods and apparatus for self-starting dimmable ballast circuits are disclosed. In the described examples, a dimmable ballast circuit includes a rectifier, an energy storage device, a driver circuit, and a resonant circuit that are configured to actuate the light source such as a fluorescent lamp. ...