Erkin B. Nurgaliov
叶尔肯・拜山: 三合一尺子. 叶尔肯・拜山, 何玉祥, 乌鲁木齐, April 10, 2002: CN01225271.9


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A magnetic display system which comprises a display having a non-magnetic substrate and a microcapsule coating layer provided on the substrate, with sealed magnetic particles having an excellently light-absorptive surface characteristic and also sealed non-magnetic particles having an excellent ligh ...

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A method for accurately determining the location of a pre-selected survey or construction mark, or for accurately identifying the survey position for a new mark with pre-selected location coordinates. A Satellite Positioning System (SPS), such as GPS or GLONASS, with at least two SPS stations (anten ...

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A display device is disclosed which employs a magnetic panel. The magnetic panel is formed by two oppositely arranged substrates at least one of which is transparent or semi-transparent. The space between the two substrates is filled with a dispersing liquid having a yielding value higher than 5 dyn ...

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A magnetic display system uses a display wherein a non-magnetic substrate has applied thereon a microcapsule coating layer having sealed light-absorptive magnetic particles and light-reflective non-magnetic particles which are dispersed in an oily liquid. A permanent magnet causes a shift of the lig ...

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This invention relates to office machines and accessories therefor, and more particularly to a wrist support for use with office machines having a keyboard such as a computer terminal keyboard. The wrist support described and claimed herein is a device which is designed to fit horizontally against t ...

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A wrist rest support for supporting a users wrist when he is performing tasks involving repetitive motion with the hands and fingers such as operating a computer keyboard or computer mouse which includes a base pad that is positioned partially under the keyboard and includes a section extending away ...

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An angular position sensor having high angular resolution and which provides an immediate indication of the angular position being measured upon the application of power to the position sensor is disclosed. A quadrature disk having a continuous notch or recess in the outer periphery thereof is rotat ...

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A portable workbench including a pair of front legs and a pair of rear legs, with a support extending between the legs. A pair of beams extends laterally across the support and provides a work surface. The pair of beams and the support are adjustable to permit the beams to be positioned at a plurali ...

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Provided is a method and apparatus for supporting the hand and wrist of a user of a computer mouse. The apparatus comprises a support block for supporting the hand and wrist and a retainer for retaining the mouse in fixed relation with the support block. In a preferred embodiment, the support block ...

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