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David Sherrer
David W Sherrer: Silicon optical microbench devices and wafer-level testing thereof. Shipley Company L L C, Jonathan D Baskin, July 18, 2006: US07078671 (3 worldwide citation)

An optical microbench configured to facilitate wafer-level testing of optoelectronic devices is provided. The optical microbench includes an optoelectronic device mounted to a wafer in which the optical microbench is provided. The optical microbench also includes a beam deflector provided in the waf ...


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Erwin Meinders
Erwin Rinaldo Meinders, Peter Theodorus Maria Giesen: Scanned writing of an exposure pattern on a substrate having a spot size modulator and dual motor for moving the substrate table and a laser spot relative to each other. Nederlandse Organisatie voor toegepast natuurwetenschappelijk onderzoek TNO, Dorsey & Whitney, November 27, 2012: US08319174

An exposure pattern is written on a substrate, by scanning a light spot along a trajectory over the substrate and switching it on and off according to a desired pattern. Respective spot sizes of the light for illuminating the substrate in respective parts of the trajectory according to a geometry of ...


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James P Coffin IV, Thomas J Gerhardt, Michael A Mills, Massi E Kiani: Photodiode detector with integrated noise shielding. Masimo Corporation, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, February 6, 2001: US06184521 (540 worldwide citation)

A photodiode has integrated shields for the rejection of noise-producing electromagnetic interference and ambient light. The electromagnetic shield forms a conductive matrix which covers the photodiode active area. The matrix is deposited as a metallization layer onto the photodiode and provides exp ...


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Barrett Comiskey: Illumination system for nonemissive electronic displays. E Ink Corporation, Testa Hurwitz & Thibeault, April 23, 2002: US06376828 (244 worldwide citation)

An illumination system for selectively illuminating a nonemissive electronic display comprises display elements in communication with at least one light source. The system comprises an nonemissive electronic display comprising a substrate having a first and a second surface, nonemissive display medi ...


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Paul A Michaels, Harold R Macks, Michael R Smith: Automatic headlamp dimmer with optical baffle. Lectron Products, Harness Dickey & Pierce, June 23, 1992: US05124549 (232 worldwide citation)

A vehicle light sensor for controlling light responsive systems such as an automatic headlamp dimmer. The sensor includes an enclosure containing a lens and a photo responsive detector. An optical chamber within the enclosure permits unwanted light from reaching the detector. A series of baffles wit ...


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Manish D Kulkarni, Joseph A Izatt, Michael V Sivak: Image enhancement in optical coherence tomography using deconvolution. Thompson Hine & Flory, November 30, 1999: US05994690 (216 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides an improved optical coherence tomography system and involves estimating the impulse response (which is indicative of the actual reflecting and scattering sites within a tissue sample) from the output interferometric signal of an interferometer according to the followin ...


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Phillip E Young, David B McColl: Raster scan control system for a charged-particle beam. Loma Linda University Medical Center, Robert R Meads, May 21, 1991: US05017789 (171 worldwide citation)

A raster scan control system (18) for use with a charged-particle beam delivery system (20) provides precise control of large currents driving an inductive load. The beam delivery system includes a nozzle through which a charged-particle beam (24), such as a proton beam, passes prior to being direct ...


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Eberhard Derndinger, Rudolf E Grosskopf, Klaus Knupfer: Optical device with an illuminating grid and detector grid arranged confocally to an object. Carl Zeiss, Fish & Richardson, August 24, 1993: US05239178 (161 worldwide citation)

A device is described for three-dimensional examination with a confocal beam path, in which an illumination grid (12; 22; 31; 83) is imaged in a focal plane (13f; 87), said plane being located on or in the vicinity of surface (14o) of object (14). The radiation reflected in the focal plane is imaged ...


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Chengye Mao: Focal plane scanner with reciprocating spatial window. The Institute for Technology Development, Walker McKenzie & Walker P C, December 26, 2000: US06166373 (146 worldwide citation)

A focal plane scanner having a front objective lens, a spatial window for selectively passing a portion of the image therethrough, and a CCD array for receiving the passed portion of the image. All embodiments have a common feature whereby the spatial window and CCD array are mounted for simultaneou ...


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Robert C Kain, Michael F Miller, Lars Majlof: LED point scanning system. Molecular Dynamics, Thomas Schneck, November 26, 1996: US05578818 (130 worldwide citation)

An LED point imaging scanner for stimulating and for reading fluorescent and reflective signal radiation from a target sample is disclosed. The LED light source is mounted on a scan head and is focused into the pinhole aperture of a spatial filter, then collimated and focused to a spot on the sample ...