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William J Cummings, Kris E Sahlstrom, Shiyou Pei, Bob L Mackey, Arthur J Learn, John D Porter, Theodore S Fahlen: Protected substrate structure for a field emission display device. Candescent Technologies Corporation, Candescent Intellectual Property Services, Ladas & Parry, February 8, 2005: US06853129 (197 worldwide citation)

A protected faceplate structure of a field emission display device is disclosed in one embodiment. Specifically, in one embodiment, the present invention recites a faceplate of a field emission display device wherein the faceplate of the field emission display device is adapted to have phosphor cont ...


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Theodore S Fahlen, Sheldon B Hutchison, Timothy McNulty: Optical beam integration system. XMR, Townsend and Townsend, March 29, 1988: US04733944 (97 worldwide citation)

An improved optical beam integration system for homogenizing a nonuniform radiant energy beam having a nonuniform beam intensity profile characteristic. The optical beam integration system comprises a first crossed lenticular cylindrical lens structure, a second crossed lenticular cylindrical lens s ...


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William Edelman, Dennis Constantinou, Miles Stefanovski, Yuh L Jan, Theodore S Fahlen, Ronald L Hansen, Kenneth J Kramasz: Laser catheter system. Schneider, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, April 2, 1991: US05005180 (67 worldwide citation)

A fiber optic device for remote delivery of intense ultraviolet optical signals comprising an excimer laser source and an optical fiber. The output of the pulsed, transverse discharge, high pressure laser source is coupled to an articulating reflection mechanism which directs the pulsed laser output ...


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Anthony P Schmid, Christopher J Spindt, David L Morris, Theodore S Fahlen, Yu Nan Sun: Spacer structures for use in flat panel displays and methods for forming same. Candescent Technologies Corporation, Ronald J Meetin, E Eric Hoffman, Skjerven Morrill MacPherson Franklin & Friel, October 7, 1997: US05675212 (56 worldwide citation)

The invention provides spacers for separating and supporting a faceplate structure and a backplate structure in a flat panel display, and methods for fabricating these spacers. Each spacer is typically made of ceramic, such as alumina, containing transition metal oxide, such as titania, chromia or i ...


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Theodore S Fahlen, Robert M Duboc Jr, Paul A Lovoi: Internal support structure for flat panel device. Silicon Video Corporation, Ronald J Meetin, Skjerven Morrill MacPherson Franklin & Friel, December 31, 1996: US05589731 (53 worldwide citation)

A flat panel device contains a faceplate, a backplate, a light-emitting mechanism, and a spacer. The faceplate is connected to the backplate to form a sealed enclosure. The spacer is situated within the enclosure and supports the two plates against forces acting towards the enclosure. The spacer can ...


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Christopher J Curtin, Ronald S Nowicki, Theodore S Fahlen, Robert M Duboc Jr, Paul A Lovoi: Structure of light-emitting device with raised black matrix for use in optical devices such as flat-panel cathode-ray tubes. Silicon Video Corporation, Alan H MacPherson, Ronald J Meetin, Skjerven Morrill MacPherson Franklin & Friel, December 19, 1995: US05477105 (53 worldwide citation)

A light-emitting structure (306) contains a main section (302), a pattern of ridges (314) situated along the main section, and a plurality of light-emissive regions (313) situated in spaces between the ridges. The light-emissive regions produce light of various colors upon being hit by electrons. Th ...


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Christopher J Spindt, David L Morris, Theodore S Fahlen, Anthony P Schmid, Paul A Lovoi: Structure and operation of high voltage supports. Candescent Technologies Corporation, Ronald J Meetin, E Eric Hoffman, Skjerven Morrill MacPherson Franklin & Friel, March 25, 1997: US05614781 (48 worldwide citation)

According to the invention, a flat panel device includes a spacer for providing internal support. In one embodiment, the spacer is made of ceramic, glass-ceramic, ceramic reinforced glass, devitrified glass, metal with electrically insulative coating or high-temperature vacuum-compatible polyimide, ...


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David J Clark, Theodore S Fahlen: Gas transport laser system. Amoco Corporation, Townsend and Townsend, September 9, 1986: US04611327 (47 worldwide citation)

A high average power, high repetition rate pulsed gas transport laser system is disclosed. A pulse forming network location for minimizing electrical discharge loop inductance is provided. RFI shielding is included as a result of containment of the pulse forming network housed in a dielectric struct ...


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Steven T Cho, Alfred S Conte, Paul N Ludwig, Anthony P Schmid, Theodore S Fahlen, Robert J Pressley: Gap jumping to seal structure, typically using combination of vacuum and non-vacuum environments. Candescent Technologies Corporation, Ronald J Meetin, Skjerven Morrill MacPherson Franklin & Friel, August 29, 2000: US06109994 (40 worldwide citation)

Portions (40 and 44) of a structure, such as a flat-panel device, are sealed together by a gap-jumping technique in which a sealing area (40S) of one portion is positioned near a matching sealing area (44S) of another portion such that a gap (48) at least partially separates the two sealing areas. T ...