District of Columbia
Gregg B. Jackson. Boat with auxiliary steering apparatus. No. 4,556,005. 16 claims.
Michael W. Casseday, of Washington, D.C.; Norman J. Berg, of Baltimore, and Andree N. Filipov, of Silver Spring, Md. Multi-function acousto-optic signal. No. 4,558,925. 13 claims.
Donatus O. Enyi. Nuke awareness game. No. 4,560,170. 18 claims.
Ray Ottenberg. Yeast-raisable wheat-based food products that exhibit reduced deterioration in platability upon exposure to microwave energy. No. 4,560,559. 38 claims.
Loughrey R. Kuhn. Fiber-optic digital data transmitting system. No. 4,561,117. 36 claims. Maryland
Vimal K. Pujari, of Columbia. Vacuum fluidized power feed apparatus. No. 4,556,090. 15 claims.
Lou F. Kalil, of College Park, and Victor Reinhardt, of Gaithersburg. Temperature averaging thermal probe. No. 4,556,327. 7 claims.
Walter E. Brown, of Rockville, and Laurence C. Chow, of Gaithersburg. Compositions and methods for topically fluoridating and/or mineralizing dental tissue. No. 4,556,561. 7 claims.
Kenner C. Rice, of Rockville. Preparation and racemization of chiral 1-benzy1-1,2,3,4-tetrahydroisoquinolines. No. 4,556,712. 10 claims.
Bing Chiang, of Beltsville, and Boris Sheleg, of Alexandria, Va. Rf components and networks in shaped dielectrics. No. 4,556,855. 13 claims.
Teresa B. Smith and Philip C. Smith, both of Columbia. Programmable redundancy circuit. No. 4,556,975. 8 claims.
Irvin Pollin, of Bethesda. Launch setback simulator. No. 4,557,143. 17 claims.
Thomas R. Demyon, of Timonium. Safety sight. No. 4,557,216. 4 claims.
Levi T. Dempsey, of Seat Pleasant. Biofeedback system. No. 4,557,275. 14 claims.
Allen B. Holmes, of Rockville. Fluidic mud pulse telemetry transmitter. No. 4,557,295. 19 claims.
Peter M. Chorbajian, of Bethesda. Occlusal splints and the method of manufacturing the same. No. 4,557,692. 3 claims.
Leonard I. Friedman, of Silver Spring. Cup insert for balancing. No. 4,557,717. 10 claims.
Allegra D. Hemphill, of Rockville. Vaginal applicator. No. 4,557,720. 2 claims.
Stephen D. Rodgers, of Bowie, et al. Non-emissive, flame-retardant coating compositions. No. 4,557,870. 13 claims.
Michael C. Withiam, of Elkton. Synthetic calcium silicates and methods of preparation. No. 4,557,916. 8 claims.
Felek Jachimowicz, of Columbia, et al. Process for the preparation of polymeric amine containing products. No. 4,558,101. 9 claims.
William R. Hydro, of Bel Air. Production of dichloroformoxime. No. 4,558,160. 13 claims.
John E. Dibbern Jr. and Gregory E. Moores, both of Reisterstown. Reversing switch. No. 4,588,189. 13 claims.
Michael T. Hills, of Silver Spring, and Raymond L. Heinrich, of Great Falls, Va. Digital partial response filter. No. 4,588,454. 11 claims.
Irving F. Barditch, of Baltimore. Gastight seals for rubber suits. No. 4,558,467. 2 claims.
Tony Nespor, of Baltimore. Thermal wire stripper. No. 4,558,613. 8 claims.
John N. Kaplanis, of Bowie. Safety device for choker-collar. No. 4,558,663. 12 claims.
William L. Alford, of Lothian. Regular polyhedron-based logical puzzles. No. 4,558, 866. 15 claims.
Louis N. FitzSimons, of Kensington. Hinge for use with large pre-cast overfilled load support structures. No. 4,558,969. 11 claims.
James B. Reeves Jr., of Glen Burnie. Adjustment pitch sprocket. No. 4,559,028. 21 claims.
Stephen D. Bruck, of Rockville. Rate-controlled drug release system. No. 4,559,054. 16 claims.
Gregory M. Fahy, of Rockville. Cryopreservation of biological materials in a non-frozen or vitreous state. No. 4,559,298. 18 claims.
James L. Guthrie, of Ashton; Helen F. Roberts, of Sudlersville, and Christian B. Lundsager, of Ashton. Weldable sealants for metal and method of use. No. 4,559,373. 8 claims.
David L. Overman and William L. Konick, both of Silver Spring. Coding switch assembly. No. 4,559,419. 20 claims.
Wallace Manheimer, of Silver Spring, et al. Quasi-optical harmonic gyrotron and gyroklystron. No. 4,559,475. 8 claims.
Nathan Bluzer, of Silver Spring, and Donald R. Lampe, of Ellicott City. Charge transfer device having an improved read-out portion. No. 4,559,638. 14 claims.
Fredric E. Scire, of Frederick, and Clayton Teague, of Gaithersburg. Flexure hinge. No. 4,559,717. 24 claims.
William H. Kumm and John H. Kumm, both of Severna Park. Method for transporting insulation to a work area. No. 4,559,761. 3 claims.
Allen K. Cress, of Baltimore, and Charles E. Busse, of Jarrettsville. Apparatus for manufacturing foam plastic containers by use of a tubular forming mandrel. No. 4,559,765. 28 claims.
Morgan G. Huntington, of Galesville. Aircraft potential of wing lift instrument and method. No. 4,559,822. 10 claims.
Robert E. Fischell, of Silver Spring. Manually actuated fully implantable penile erection device. No. 4,559,931. 14 claims.
Morton M. Mower, of Lutherville. Method and apparatus for correcting abnormal cardiac activity by low energy shocks. No. 4,559,946. 13 claims.
Richard L. Hall, of West Friendship. Automated soldering process and apparatus. No. 4,560,100. 14 claims.
Brian L. Bowdren, of Annapolis. Low profile strap type turnbuckle with load bearing articulated nut. No. 4,560,147. 8 claims.
Thomas North, of Rockville. Zodiac board game. No. 4,560,169. 12 claims.
George B. Davis, of Frederick. Compact blower and filter assemblies for use in clean air environments. No. 4,560,395. 24 claims.
Martin B. Sherwin, of Potomac, and John J. Blouin, of Catonsville. Process for preparing L-asparic acid. No. 4,560,653. 7 claims.
Terence E. Oliver, of Baltimore. Adaptive feedforward cancellation technique that is effective in reducing amplifier harmonic distortion products as well as intermodulation distortion products. No. 4,560,945. 9 claims.
James H. Carpenter, Ronald L. Mullins and Ronald L. Smith, all of Hagerstown. Portable abrasive throwing wheel device. No. 4,561,220. 8 claims.
Robert S. Gladden Jr., of Severna Park; and Richard J. Johnson, John C. Kidd and Robert A. Younkin, of Baltimore. Modular tile with positioning means for use with an access floor panel system. No. 4,561,232. 18 claims.
David Goldstein, of Adelphi. Padlock shackle. No. 4,561,272. 4 claims.
Arthur F. Hogrefe, of Laurel, and Wade E. Radford, of Columbia. Coherent inductive communications link for biomedical applications. No. 4,561,443. 20 claims.
Theodore R. Zeigler, of Oxon Hill. Stabilizing foot for an exhibit frame. No. 4,561,618. 9 claims.
David E. Weatherby, of Rockville. Eartg retaining method. No. 4,561,804. 16 claims.
Jenefir D. Isbister, of Potomac, and Richard C. Doyle, of Fairfax, Va. Mutant microorganism and its use in removing organic sulfur compounds. No. 4,562,156. 4 claims.
Kevin Hirschbuchler, of Bel Air. Curable epoxy resin compositions. No. 4,562,217. 6 claims.
John E. Gaffney Jr., of Bethesda. Software cryptographic apparatus and method. No. 4,562,305. 3 claims.
Stephen P. Caldwell, of Linthicum, and David R. Pedersen, of Laurel. Narrow pulsewidth pulse generator circuit utilizing npn microwave transistors. No. 4,546,268. 7 claims.
Curtic P. Mabie Jr., of Thurmont; Robert L. Busby, of Gaithersburg, and James A. Cliber, of Wheaton. Castable receiver. No. 4,548,381. 15 claims.
Robert A. Milch, of Baltimore; Patricia Guerry-Kopecko, of Rockville; Carol Koeble-Smith, of Andrews Air Force Base; and Edward M. Sybert, of Ellicott City. Preparation of heigh fructose syrups from citrus residues. No. 4,547,226. 12 claims.
Michael E. Sitzmann, of Adelphi, and Horst G. Adolph, of Silver Spring. 2.2 Dinitrobutane-1,4-Diol and monoesters. No. 4,546,200. 11 claims.
Danny B. Convis, of Washington Grove; Paul J. Grimm, of Clarksburg, and Martib A. Reed, of Rockville. Retro-stroke compression and image generation of script and graphic data employing an information processing system. No. 4,550,438. 5 claims. Maryland Design Patent
Charles Henderson, of Fort Washington. Airplane. No. D 281,680.
Donald W. Zurwelle, of Lutherville. Flashlight. No. D 281,818.
Richard K. Ogg, of Westminster. Chair. No. D 281,840.
Lucille C. Strobel and Gerald B. Strobel, both of New Carrollton. Compartmented carrying tray for cosmetics and the like. No. D 281,929. Virginia
Robert E. Harrington, of Virginia Beach. Waste line trap. No. 4,555,818. 9 claims.
William K. Burns, of Alexandria, and Robert P. Moeller, of Fort Washington, Md. Broadband unpolarized light source. No. 4,556,293. 6 claims.
Arrigo Addamiano, of Alexandria. Method of preparing single crystalline cubic silicon carbide layers. No. 4,556,436. 14 claims.
Richard C. Dickerson and William S. Miller, both of Virginia Beach. Deoxygenation process. No. 4,556,492. 18 claims.
Franklin E. Williams, of Buena Vista. Reinforced primary backing for carpet. No. 4,556,602. 4 claims.
Lewis J. Pillis, of Roanoke, and Lois T. Davis, of Salem. Microorganism capable of degrading phenolics. No. 4,556,638. 1 claim.
Chandler R. Taylor Jr., of Mechanicsville. Artl substituted pyrido (1,4) benzodiazepines and their use as antidepressives. No. 4,556,667. 42 claims.
James H. Logan, of Chesapeake. Deflection yoke for small gun-base crt. No. 4,556,857. 3 claims.
Edward S. Partyka, of Richmond. Can end divider. No. 4,544,314. 9 claims.
George P. Duane Jr., of Winchester. Method of touching up surface blemished matt-finished surface grained colored molded plastic parts. No. 4,544,578. 8 claims.
Peter S. Hepp, of Alexandria. Apparatus for automated less-than truck load shipments. No. 4,545,710. 5 claims.
C. Bruce Dawson, of Winchester. Method and apparatus for coiling a continuous string of molded items about a vetrical axis. No. 4,546,931. 18 claims.
Lawrence W. Langley and Robert L. Fisher, both of Christiansburg. Toroidally wound brushless DC motor. No. 4,547,713. 7 claims.
Suresh Chandra, of Falls Church, and Robert S. Rohde, of Alexandria. Ultra-high sensitivity interferometer. No. 4,548,502. 4 claims.
Roger Z. de la Burde, of Powhatan, and Patrick E. Aument, of Richmond. Expanding tobacco. No. Re. 32,013. 31 claims.
Lyman B. Fairbanks, of Arlington. Drapery module unit for doors, windows and the like. No. D 280,875.
Paul C. Moore Jr., of Matosca. Insulin syringe injector apparatus with auto-aspirator feature. No. 4,547,189. 20 claims.
Pershottam P. Mathur, of Midlothian, and William L. Smith, both of Richmond. Aryloxy-N-(aminoalky)-1-pyrrolidine and piperidine carboxamides and carbothioamides having antiarrhythmic activity. No. 4,547,514. 21 claims.
Leanox B. Turnbull, John A. Donohue and Gunnar E. Jagdmann Jr., all of Richmond. N-(1-substituted-4, 5-dihydro-1h-pyrazol-4-yl) benzamides. No. 4,547,518. 10 claims.
Rodney L. Wells, of Chester, Additive dispersions and process for their incorporation with fiber-forming polymer. No. 4,547,546. 10 claims.
Woontung G. Chan, of Richmond. 3-0-(3-P-methylphenyl-3-oxo) propionyl glucopyranose and related compounds. No. 4,547,568. 3 claims.
Donald B. Butt, of Lynchburg, and William C. Young, of Roanoke. Method for superficial marking of zirconium and certain other metals. No. 4,547,649. 14 claims.
John S. Bialas Jr., of Manassas; Richard J. Daniels, of Dumfries, and William J. Mruk, of Chantilly. Precision regulation frequency modulated substrate voltage generator. No. 4,547,682. 3 claims.
Dan Y. Chen, of Blacksburg. Hybrid power semiconductor switch. No. 4,547,686. 11 claims.
Honesto D. Quiogue, of Blacksburg. Adjustable luminaire. No. 4,547,841. 1 claim.
David J. Bivens, of Danville. Top brush construction with inflatable center section. No. 4,547,922. 9 claims.
Howard N. Cox, of Roanoke. Tension control in a metal rolling mill. No. 4,548,063. 8 claims.
Robert L. Dove, of Weyers Cove. Tablet dispenser. No. 4,548,336. 4 claims.
Theodore M. Cole Jr., of Fishersville. Security lock for double doors. No. 4,548,436. 2 claims. Robert M. Wical, of Culpeper. Planned coordinate component placement system. No. 4,548,667. 35 claims.
John H. Reid, of Fredericksburg. Conservation of momentum in a barrier oxidation ditch. No. 4,548,712. 10 claims.
Colleen W. Cordova, of Richmond; Brij M. Mago and Garland L. Turner, both of Chesterfield; and William D. Braswell, of Chester. High-strength hollow filament yarn. No. 4,548,866. 14 claims.
William Lewis, of Waynesboro. Discoloration-resistant spandex fiber. No. 4,548,975. 13 claims.
Michael R. McMillan, of McLean. Synthetic plasma ion source. No. 4,549,082. 28 claims.
Dwayne E. Purvis, of Vienna. System for identifying defective media in magnetic tape storage systems. No. 4,548,295. 6 claims.
Larry M. Sykes, of Midlothian; Ray G. Snow, of Richmond; Roger Z. de la Burde, of Powhatan; and Patrick E. Aument, of Richmond. Process for expanding tobacco. No. Re. 32,014. 12 claims.
Richard B. Caspari, of Maidens; and Terry L. Whipple and James A. Thimsen, both of Richmond. Thigh restraining apparatus and method. No. 4,549,540. 10 claims.
Kenton A. Stone, of Arlington. Portable jack for small tractors and like vehicles. No. 4,549,721. 18 claims.
James F. Hampshire, of Stephens City, et al. Ajustable foot support. No. 4,549,767. 6 claims.
Jong B. Yoon, of Falls Church. Head-band holder for eyeglasses. No. 4,549,793. 18 claims.
Cynthia J. Harris, of Burke. Composite cytologic counterstain formulation. 3 claims.
Frank H. Blitchington and David E. Haught, both of Richmond. Inspection scanning system. No. 4,556,903. 9 claims.
Frank A. Russo and Michael A. Pauwels, both of Williamsburg, and Thomas A. Bauer of Newport News. Microprocessor-based engine controlling heavy engine loads. No. 4,556,942. 4 Claims.
Michael A. Pauwels, of Williamsburg, and Danny O. Wright, of Grafton, et al. Multiprocessing microprocessor-based engine control system for an internal combustion engine. No. 4,556,943. 8 Claims.
Brian R. Mercy, of Warrenton. Multiplier speed improvement by skipping carry save adders. No. 4,556,948. 5 Claims.
Danny O. Wright, of Grafton, and Robert E. Weber, of Newport News. Single crystal dual microprocessor computing system. No. 4,556,955. 1 Claim.
Heung Y. Ha, of Springfield. Animal trap. No. 4,557,067. 5 Claims.
Martin M. Mikalus Jr., of Williamsburg, et al. Sequentially deployable maneuverable tetrahedral beam. No. 4,557,097. 6 Claims.
Daniel S. Cvacho, of Forest. Apparatus for trimming a scrap ring from a cylindrical container body and method of operation. No. 4,557,167. 16 Claims.
Richard W. Redick Jr., of Falls Church. Adapter for bottled water dispenser. No. 4,557,399. 4 Claims.
L. Robert Jackson and Allan H. Taylor, both of Newport News. Aerospace vehicle. No. 4,557,444. 8 Claims.
Benjamin F. Sherman Jr., and Samuel Francis, both of McLean. Three-dimensional sliding element puzzle. No. 4,557,484. 6 Claims.
Michael Hacskaylo, of Falls Church. Distended point source reflector having conical sections. No. 4,557,569. 6 Claims.
Homan B. Kinsley Jr., of Powhatan. Process of forming a porous cellulosic paper from a thermal treated cellulosic non-bonding pulp. No. 4,557,800. 32 Claims.
Daniel R. Petrak, of Lynchburgh, et al. Refractory. No. 4,557,884. 4 Claims.
Edwin F. Rissmann, of Annandale, and Kendall B. Randolph, of Arlington. Process for making fuming nitric acid. No. 4,557,920. 4 Claims.
William P. Hodnett III, of Martinsville. Radiation curable coating for film structure. No. 4,557,980. 29 Claims.
Robert A. Lofquist, of Richmond, Ian C. Twilley, of Chester, and Peter R. Saunders, of Richmond. Nylon comfort fiber containing poly (N,N-dimethylacrylamide). No. 4,558,097. 1 Claim.
Chandler R. Taylor Jr., of Mechanicsville, and Young S. Lo, of Richmond. Aroylamino-N-phenylpyridinamines in a process for preparing pyrido(1,4)benzodiazepines. No. 4,558,123. 32 Claims.
James R. Shanklin Jr. and Christopher P. Johnson III, both of Richmond. N-(arylcxyalkyl)-N'-(aminolkyl) thioreas. No. 4,558,155. 4 Claims
Donald M. Conn, of Weems. Turn-on-red traffic signal. No. 4,558,299. 5 Claims.
Michael A. Pauwels, of Williamsburg, and Danny O. Wright, of Grafton. Method for maintaining the integrity of a dual microprocessor multiprocessing computing system. No. 4,558,416. 3 Claims.
Robert F. Berry Jr., of Hayes. Ultrasonic angle beam standard reflector. No. 4,558,585. 11 Claims.
Gary K. Eiserman, of Charlottesville, et al. Water trap. No. 4,558,696. 5 Claims.
Danny E. Dangerfield, of Boones, et al. Folder for sampler perfume vial. No. 4,558,783. 5 Claims.
Andre J. Jackson, of Alexandria. Umbrella holder. No. 4,558,807. 7 Claims.
Craig A. Hoffman, of Arlington, Jerry R. Meyer, of Baltimore, Md., and Filbert Bartoli, of Upper Marlboro, Md. Picosecond bistable optical switch using two-photon transitions. No. 4,558,923. 17 Claims.
Robert A. Barr, of Virginia Beach. Extruder screw and positive displacement wave pump assembly. No. 4,558,954. 20 Claims.
Robert A. Barr, of Virginia Beach. Wave pump assembly. No. 4,558,991. 6 Claims.
Honesto D. Quiogue, of Blacksburg, et al. Wall mounted luminaire. No. 4,559,587. 10 Claims.
Kelvin H. Hunter Jr., of Fairfax. Power operated wheelchair ramp. No. 4,559,659. 10 Claims.
Rolf Brand, of South Hill, Lightweight aircraft. No. 4,560,119. 25 Claims.
Dewey Bumgardner and Julian Marple Jr., both of Winchester. Toilet seat cover saftey latch. No. 4,561,130. 9 Claims. Virginia Design Patents
Roland Carter, of Lynchburg. Chair. No. D-281,655.
Clifford E. McLain, of Fairfax Station. Muzzle Brake. No. D-281,655.
Brian F. Duffy, of Lynchburg. Fecal occult blood kit. No. D-281,903.
Lyman N. Fairbanks, of Arlington. Drapery module unit for doors, windows and the like. No. D 280,792.
John M. Fuller, of Winchester, and Dale T. Maza, of Stephenson. Dome top for a waste receptacle. No. D 280,857.
Lyman N. Fairbanks, of Arlington. Drapery module unit for doors, windows and the like. No. D 280,874.
David R. Ferrell, of Richmond. Grounding wire clamp. No. D 280,973.
Harold Rabinowitz, of Midlothian. Tote bag with double strap. No. D 281,120.