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Thomas Fred Charles, Wallentine Don W, Bero James, Wilson Scott: Acousto-optical intensity control of laser beam. Minnesota Mining And Manufacturing Company, KURTZ Richard E, December 23, 1993: WO/1993/025341

The intensity of a beam of light used to etch concentric servo tracks (12) on a magnetic medium is adjusted with an acousto-optical device to maintain the energy density delivered by the beam substantially constant while the optics (71) which generate the beam move radially of the disk (61).


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Fred Thomas Fred Thomas
Thomas Fred Charles, Wallentine Don W, Bero James, Wilson Scott: Steering laser beam while etching optical servo tracks for magnetic disks. Minnesota Mining And Manufacturing Company, KURTZ Richard E, December 23, 1993: WO/1993/026007

A beam of light used to etch servo tracks on a magnetic disk is steered with an acousto-optical device to maintain the beam in concentrical patterns while mechanically moving the optics which generate the beam of light continuously radially of the disk.


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WILSON SCOTT: Devices and methods for temporarily opening a blood vessel. CONCENTRIC MEDICAL, Hoekendijk Jens E, June 3, 2010: WO/2010/062363 (18 worldwide citation)

A device for temporarily opening a blood vessel is provided. The device has an expandable cage mounted over a shaft having a lumen. The lumen has a distal end, which extends beyond the distal end of the cage so that the lumen provides access to the vasculature distal to the obstruction.


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Ishihara James Alec, Wilson Scott, Berry Stephen Dylan: Article of apparel incorporating a separable electronic device. Nike, Nike International, Ishihara James Alec, Wilson Scott, Berry Stephen Dylan, KUZARA Byron S, May 26, 2006: WO/2006/055125 (8 worldwide citation)

An article of apparel is disclosed that includes an electronic device. The apparel is at least partially formed from a material element that defines an aperture. The electronic device is locatable within the aperture and removably-securable to the material element. The electronic device may be a tim ...


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Schwarzschild Jack, Willis Alan E, Wilson Scott P: Electrooptical display.. Timex, January 23, 1980: EP0007110-A1 (4 worldwide citation)

A compensating drive circuit for an electrochromic display cell (1) wherein writing and erasing of a segment (a-g) is effected by relatively high write (Vwt) and erase (Vet) transition potentials. After a predetermined transition period, the written and erased segments are stabilized at a desired co ...


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WRIGHT DAVID H, WILSON SCOTT, SCHWERER RON, HEFFERNAN RONAN: Methods and apparatus to detect commercial advertisements in television transmissions, Verfahren und Vorrichtungen zum Erkennen von Werbungen in Fernsehübertragungen, Procédés et appareil permettant de détecter les publicités commerciales dans les transmissions de télévision. NIELSEN CO US, July 6, 2011: EP2341704-A2 (4 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus to detect commercial advertisements associated with media presentations are disclosed. An example method involves receiving a video frame and detecting a change in box-formatting between the video frame and a subsequent video frame. A transition between the video frame and the ...


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Mcmahon Brian T, Sievert Chester E Jr, Wilson Scott R, Zimmermann Ronald R, Palme Robert A, Yager John G, Walsh David R: Optical biopsy system and methods for tissue diagnosis. Spectrascience, VIKSNINS Ann S, September 16, 1999: WO/1999/045838 (4 worldwide citation)

A system characterized tissue using fluorescence spectroscopy, such as light-induced fluorescence. Native fluorescence ('autofluorescence') from endogenous tissue without requiring fluorescence-enhancing agents is used to distinguish between normal tissue, hyperplastic tissue, adenomatous tissue, an ...