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Richard A Dye, Donald A Rowley: Laser weapon simulator. Hughes Aircraft Company, W H MacAllister Jr, R A Cardenas, February 17, 1976: US03938262 (50 worldwide citation)

A realistic laser weapon simulator is disclosed which utilizes a laser transmitter in combination with a rifle for teaching marksmanship by firing laser "bullets" at an infrared detector equipped target. The laser weapon includes a piezoelectric crystal coupled to a laser in a housing for mounting a ...


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Richard A Dye: Self-aligning laser communicator utilizing reciprocal tracking. Santa Barbara Research Center, Elliott N Kramsky, David W Collins, W H MacAllister, May 18, 1982: US04330204 (20 worldwide citation)

An automatic alignment mechanism for use in a reciprocal tracking laser communicator. A cylindrical transceiver unit having oppositely disposed laser transmitter and detector sections is mounted within an outer cylinder. The outer cylinder has an open end and a closed end with a spherical, mirrored ...


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Richard A Dye, Robert J Cinzori, Mark E Preiser: Apparatus and method for ordering independent signals. Santa Barbara Research Center, Elliott N Kramsky, W H MacAllister, September 25, 1979: US04169213 (10 worldwide citation)

A method of and apparatus for modulating, demodulating, and ordering independent signals transmitted over a single link provides mux-demux capability by asymmetric average interpulse spacing so that the information will be received only by the proper listening station despite interruptions or errors ...


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Clyde R Berry, Richard A Dye: Automatic range containment system. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Army, Nathan Edelberg, Robert P Gibson, Max Yarmovsky, December 29, 1981: US04308537 (7 worldwide citation)

The present invention discloses an automatic range containment system for e in an electric/optical or electromagnetic active "radar" type sensor to discriminate against background obstructions within a sensor field of view. The system comprises an intrusion timer initiated by a signal received from ...


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Richard A Dye, C Raymond Berry: Laser transmitter system. Santa Barbara Research Center, Rafael A Cardenas, W H MacAllister, April 5, 1977: USRE029173

A laser transmitter system is disclosed which utilizes mechanical energy for generating an output pulse. The laser system includes a current developing device such as a piezoelectric crystal which charges a storage device such as a capacitor in response to a mechanical input signal. The capacitor is ...