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Robert Parker, Michael Privat: Methods and systems for proactive on-line communications. Digi Net Technologies, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner L, June 28, 2005: US06912563 (164 worldwide citation)

On-line communications methods and systems are shown that operate between a website operator and a website visitor visiting a website. A visitor list is maintained that includes visitors currently accessing operator contact-enabled web pages. A visitor path record is maintained that corresponds to a ...


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Robert Parker: Temperature responsive battery tester. Robert Parker, Jack Brass, Renner Otto Boisselle & Sklar, October 20, 1998: US05825174 (119 worldwide citation)

A device for measuring the voltage of a voltage source includes a number of temperature responsive displays and a circuit including a number of heating circuits, each heating circuit for heating one of the temperature responsive displays when a threshold voltage of the heating circuit is exceeded, a ...


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Peter L Larsson, Robert Parker, Thomas D Ratzlaff: Connectors for power distribution cables. Raychem Corporation, Edith A Rice, Herbert G Burkard, January 6, 1987: US04634213 (107 worldwide citation)

Connectors for terminating and splicing high voltage power cables comprise a metallic tubular sleeve having an open end for receiving an electrical conductor and a closed end. The inner wall of the sleeve is pretinned. The sleeve can be provided with a slug of solder proximate to the closed end. A c ...


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Robert Parker: Mounting bracket for attachment to flat or cylindrical surfaces. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, Harvey A Gilbert, Donald G Peck, July 27, 2004: US06766992 (69 worldwide citation)

A mounting bracket is defined by three pairs of parallel planes. Each pair is orthogonal to the other two pair. The first pair provides a first plane for the mounting of an object thereto and a second plane for the attaching of the mounting bracket to a flat surface. The second and third pair are co ...


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James L Fergason, Robert Parker: Display for contrast enhancement. Talig Corporation, Flehr Hohbach Test Albritton & Herbert, May 23, 1989: US04832458 (68 worldwide citation)

A display comprising optical means for presenting an absence of light over a controlled viewing angle and means for selectively scattering or transmitting light in response to a prescribed input to effect a display of information within said viewing angle.


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Robert Parker: Printed display and battery. David C Zimman, Renner Otto Boisselle & Sklar, April 9, 2002: US06369793 (67 worldwide citation)

A display system includes a printed display formed on a substrate and a printed battery in electrical communication with the printed display. The printed display provides power to the printed display. Since both the display and battery are printed, the resulting display system is extremely thin and ...


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Robert Parker: Battery tester including flexible substrate and polyacetilynic material. Shyamala T Rajender, October 27, 1987: US04702564 (54 worldwide citation)

A device for testing a battery, particularly a small, portable battery, comprising a flexible, transparent substrate on which is deposited a narrow band of a black light absorbing material. A conductive material, which may taper outwardly in opposite directions from a central point to a pair of oute ...


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James L Fergason, Robert Parker: Display with light traps between reflector and scattering means. Taliq Corporation, Flehr Hohbach Test Albritton & Herbert, September 20, 1988: US04772102 (54 worldwide citation)

A display comprising optical means for presenting an absence of light over a controlled viewing angle and means for selectively scattering or transmitting light in response to a prescribed input to effect a display of information within said viewing angle.


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James L Fergason, Robert Parker: Display for contrast enhancement. Talig Corporation, Flehr Hohbach Test Albritton & Herbert, April 25, 1989: US04824208 (48 worldwide citation)

A display comprising optical means for presenting an absence of light over a controlled viewing angle and means for selectively scattering or transmitting light in response to a prescribed input to effect a display of information within said viewing angle.


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George M Christy, Robert Parker: Microwave-heatable exercise putty in a container with temperature indicator. Philip D Junkins, July 28, 1998: US05786578 (48 worldwide citation)

A microwave-heatable therapeutic exercise putty mass is packaged in a microwaveable container having at least one transparent wall. The putty mass within the container is in heat transfer proximity with transparent wall of the container. A thermochromic heat sensitive semiconductor material (strip, ...