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Joseph Labrum Phones & Addresses

  • 605 800 E, Orem, UT 84097
  • South Jordan, UT
  • West Jordan, UT
  • Saint George, UT
  • Cape May Ch, NJ

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Company: Orem utah Position: Granite high school

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School / High School: Granite High School

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Mechanical Or Industrial Engineering

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Granite High School

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Location:
Orem, UT
Industry:
Mechanical Or Industrial Engineering
Work:
Orem Utah
Granite High School
Education:
Granite High School

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Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Joseph Labrum
Owner
Max-Light.Com
Engineering Services · Photographic & Photocopying Equip Mfg
605 S 800 E, Orem, UT 84097
(801) 226-2955, (801) 226-0433
Joseph H. Labrum
Owner, President
Labrum Optical Engineering
Engineering Services
605 S 800 E, Orem, UT 84097
(801) 226-2955, (801) 226-0433

Publications

Us Patents

Imaging System And Method For Physical Feature Analysis

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US Patent:
7564990, Jul 21, 2009
Filed:
Aug 18, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/206671
Inventors:
Dale G. Kern - Hyde Park UT, US
Kurt L. Jensen - Spanish Fork UT, US
Joseph H. Labrum - Orem UT, US
Mark W. Lund - Orem UT, US
Jed G. Morley - Orem UT, US
Assignee:
Nu Skin International, Inc. - Provo UT
International Classification:
G06K 9/00
A01K 43/00
US Classification:
382100, 382274, 356 66
Abstract:
A system for capturing and analyzing images of body features to identify treatments has a base unit with a processor and a display and an image management software component for presenting on the display a user interface to prompt a user to capture images in preselected locations on a body and to receive captured image data. The system has at least two light sources under control of the user interface that provide light following first and second light paths from the respective light sources to the plane of an imaging station, each light path having a significant portion of its light on the plane of the imaging station at a grazing angle of about ten to about thirty degrees. The first and second light paths when projected onto the plane of the imaging station intersect at an angle of at least sixty degrees. An image sensor receives light from the light sources that is reflected from the surface of a body feature located at the imaging station and produces pixel image data representing the body feature. A rating software component receives the pixel image data from the image sensor and is configured to mimic the judgment of a dermatologist to provide a rating vector representing the condition of three or more attributes of the body feature represented by the pixel image data.

Photo Diode-Array Dynamic Range For Optical Signal Systems

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US Patent:
46481354, Mar 3, 1987
Filed:
Jul 20, 1984
Appl. No.:
6/632635
Inventors:
Joseph H. Labrum - West Jordan UT
Allen D. Wilcox - Bountiful UT
Assignee:
Sperry Corporation - Blue Bell PA
International Classification:
H04B 900
H01J 4014
US Classification:
455619
Abstract:
A signal handling system of improved dynamic range wherein a logarithmic circuit is interposed between a photo-diode array and other output circuitry.

Acousto-Optic Analyzer With Dynamic Signal Compression

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US Patent:
47225963, Feb 2, 1988
Filed:
May 13, 1986
Appl. No.:
6/862691
Inventors:
Joseph H. Labrum - West Jordan UT
F. Avery Bishop - Acton MA
Assignee:
Sperry Corporation - Blue Bell PA
International Classification:
G02F 111
G02F 133
G01R 2316
G01R 2702
US Classification:
350358
Abstract:
An acousto-optic spectrum analyzer in which the dynamic range is effectively extended by detecting the frequency bands wherein the photo-detectors are saturated and providing a filter to suppress those frequencies. With this pre-filter, the entire spectrum appears to be within the dynamic range of the photo detectors. The actual spectrum can be reconstructed using the response of the suppression filter and the photo detector output.

Microscope System For Observing Moving Particles

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US Patent:
41369505, Jan 30, 1979
Filed:
Nov 8, 1976
Appl. No.:
5/739426
Inventors:
Joseph H. Labrum - West Jordan UT
Donald R. Stewart - Murray UT
Assignee:
Labrum Engineering, Inc. - West Jordan UT
International Classification:
G01P 336
H04N 718
US Classification:
356 28
Abstract:
A microscope system for observing moving particles makes use of a television camera for producing a continuing series of images of such particles. A source of light pulses illuminate the particles with each pulse for a period short enough to stop their movement for the camera. The light source and camera are synchronized so that the light pulses occur only between times that the camera produces image-information signals. For obtaining particle size measurements, a single light pulse during a time that the camera is not producing image-information signals is sufficient. For obtaining paticle velocity measurements, two light pulses are required so that a "double exposure" occurs at the camera during a time that the camera is not producing image-information signals.

Shutter System For Stage-Lighting Spotlights

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US Patent:
42109558, Jul 1, 1980
Filed:
Sep 20, 1978
Appl. No.:
5/944084
Inventors:
Joseph H. Labrum - West Jordan UT
Assignee:
Electro Controls Inc. - Salt Lake City UT
International Classification:
F21V 1702
US Classification:
362321
Abstract:
A shutter system for stage-lighting spotlights includes a housing having a fixed framing gate therein which has an opening therethrough for the passage of light. Two sets of opposing shutter blades are sandwiched, one on each side of the framing gate, between the framing gate and one of a pair of pressure plates which have means urging them toward the framing gate. Each shutter blade has a neck portion which extends through a slot in the housing and which serves as a handle to which pressure may be applied to move the shutter blade. The blades are normally held in place by the action of the pressure plates against the blades and framing gate.

Acousto-Optic R-F Receiver Which Is Tunable And Has Adjustable Bandwidth

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US Patent:
46960619, Sep 22, 1987
Filed:
Sep 22, 1986
Appl. No.:
6/910793
Inventors:
Joseph H. Labrum - West Jordan UT
Assignee:
Sperry Corporation - Blue Bell PA
International Classification:
H04B 900
G02F 111
US Classification:
455609
Abstract:
There is disclosed an acousto-optic filtering apparatus which includes Bragg cells in the signal path and in the local oscillator reference path of the apparatus in order to permit relatively high frequency signals to be detected by a relatively low frequency detector mechanism.

Exceedance Counting Integrating Photo-Diode Array

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US Patent:
46792155, Jul 7, 1987
Filed:
Dec 6, 1985
Appl. No.:
6/805930
Inventors:
Max E. Nielsen - Littleton CO
Joseph H. Labrum - West Jordan UT
Patrick S. Grant - Orem UT
Assignee:
Sperry Corporation - Blue Bell PA
International Classification:
G11C 1900
US Classification:
377 95
Abstract:
The use of a comparator and counter associated, on-chip, with each photo-element of an array. Sensing each photo-element without discharging it and allowing each photo-element to accumulate a charge which is large relative to noise variations. These features result in a photo-detector with large signal-to-noise ratios.

Broadband Optical Processor For Determination Of Frequency And Time Of Arrival Of Multiple Signals

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US Patent:
47120592, Dec 8, 1987
Filed:
Nov 12, 1985
Appl. No.:
6/796997
Inventors:
Joseph H. Labrum - West Jordan UT
Assignee:
Sperry Corporation - Blue Bell PA
International Classification:
G01R 2316
US Classification:
324 77K
Abstract:
A real time, optical processor for the detection and separation of multiple frequency hop signals and which is capable of determining both the frequency and the time of arrival for all frequencies within a specified bandwidth.
Joseph H Labrum from Orem, UT, age ~81 Get Report