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Mark W Miles: Visible spectrum modulator arrays. Etalon, Fish & Richardson PC, November 10, 1998: US05835255 (616 worldwide citation)

Light in the visible spectrum is modulated using an array of modulation elements, and control circuitry connected to the array for controlling each of the modulation elements independently, each of the modulation elements having a surface which is caused to exhibit a predetermined impedance characte ...


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Mark W Miles: Visible spectrum modulator arrays. Etalon, Fish & Richardson P C, November 16, 1999: US05986796 (593 worldwide citation)

Light in the visible spectrum is modulated using an array of modulation elements, and control circuitry connected to the array for controlling each of the modulation elements independently, each of the modulation elements having a surface which is caused to exhibit a predetermined impedance characte ...


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Mark W Miles: Visible spectrum modulator arrays. IDC, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, October 24, 2006: US07126738 (170 worldwide citation)

Light in the visible spectrum is modulated using an array of modulation elements, and control circuitry connected to the array for controlling each of the modulation elements independently, each of the modulation elements having a surface which is caused to exhibit a predetermined impedance characte ...


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Mark W Miles: Visible spectrum modulator arrays. IDC, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, June 10, 2008: US07385748 (39 worldwide citation)

Light in the visible spectrum is modulated using an array of modulation elements, and control circuitry connected to the array for controlling each of the modulation elements independently, each of the modulation elements having a surface which is caused to exhibit a predetermined impedance characte ...


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Mark W Miles: Visible spectrum modulator arrays. David L Feigenbaum, Fish & Richardson, June 14, 2001: US20010003487-A1

Light in the visible spectrum is modulated using an array of modulation elements, and control circuitry connected to the array for controlling each of the modulation elements independently, each of the modulation elements having a surface which is caused to exhibit a predetermined impedance characte ...


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Mark W Miles: Visible spectrum modulator arrays. Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, May 3, 2007: US20070097477-A1

Light in the visible spectrum is modulated using an array of modulation elements, and control circuitry connected to the array for controlling each of the modulation elements independently, each of the modulation elements having a surface which is caused to exhibit a predetermined impedance characte ...


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Mark W Miles: Visible spectrum modulator arrays. Etalon a MA corporation, James H Salter, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, April 17, 2003: US20030072070-A1

Light in the visible spectrum is modulated using an array of modulation elements, and control circuitry connected to the array for controlling each of the modulation elements independently, each of the modulation elements having a surface which is caused to exhibit a predetermined impedance characte ...


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Mark W Miles: Visible spectrum modulator arrays. Iridigm Display Corporation a Delaware Corporation, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, September 29, 2005: US20050213183-A9

Light in the visible spectrum is modulated using an array of modulation elements, and control circuitry connected to the array for controlling each of the modulation elements independently, each of the modulation elements having a surface which is caused to exhibit a predetermined impedance characte ...


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Mark W Miles: Visible spectrum modulator arrays. Iridigm Display Corporation a Delaware Corporation, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, June 29, 2006: US20060139723-A9

Light in the visible spectrum is modulated using an array of modulation elements, and control circuitry connected to the array for controlling each of the modulation elements independently, each of the modulation elements having a surface which is caused to exhibit a predetermined impedance characte ...


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Miles Mark W: Visible spectrum modulator arrays. Etalon, Miles Mark W, FEIGENBAUM David L, November 16, 1995: WO/1995/030924

Light in the visible spectrum is modulated using an array of modulation elements (501), and control circuitry connected to the array for controlling each of the elements having a surface (506) which is caused to exhibit a predetermined impedance characteristic to particular frequencies of light. The ...