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Eric Teller, John M Stivoric, Christopher D Kasabach, Christopher D Pacione, John L Moss, Craig B Liden, Margaret A McCormack: System for monitoring health, wellness and fitness. BodyMedia, Philip E Levy, Barry I Friedman, Metz Lewis, August 12, 2003: US06605038 (818 worldwide citation)

A system for detecting, monitoring and reporting physiological information includes a sensor device adapted to be worn on the upper arm that includes at least one of an accelerometer, a GSR sensor and a heat flux sensor and generates data indicative of at least one of activity, galvanic skin respons ...


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John Stivoric, Francine Gemperle, Christopher Kasabach: Wearable human physiological data sensors and reporting system therefor. BodyMedia, Barry T Friedman, Philip E Levy, Metz Lewis, March 4, 2003: US06527711 (288 worldwide citation)

A sensor array and computing apparatus are located on the human body while maintaining said sensors and apparatus within a proximity zone of the body such that the mobility and flexibility of the body are not deleteriously affected by the presence of the apparatus. A series of rigid and flexible pod ...


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Marlin H Mickle, Christopher C Capelli, Harold Swift: Energy harvesting circuit. University of Pittsburgh, Philip E Levy, Arnold B Silverman, Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, August 1, 2006: US07084605 (189 worldwide citation)

A station having a means for receipt of ambient energy from the environment and energizing power storage devices of objects of interest comprising one or more antennae and circuitry for converting said ambient energy into DC power for energizing said power storage devices. The circuitry for converti ...


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Marlin H Mickle, Christopher C Capelli, Harold Swift: Recharging method and associated apparatus. University of Pittsburgh Of the Commonwealth System of Higher Education, Philip E Levy, Arnold B Silverman, Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, July 22, 2008: US07403803 (157 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides apparatus and an associated method for remotely energizing power storage devices. Energization may preferably be effected through the use of RF energy within frequencies of the wireless fidelity standards. The remote station preferably has at least one antenna having a ...


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Marlin H Mickle, Christopher C Capelli, Harold Swift: Recharging apparatus. University of Pittsburgh Of the Commonwealth System of Higher Education, Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, Philip E Levy, July 24, 2012: US08228194 (147 worldwide citation)

An energy harvesting circuit has an active automatic tuning circuit to search for broadcast frequencies in a band of interest and selecting only those broadcast signals received with sufficient RF strength to be used in energy harvesting. This circuit would provide power storage devices with a circu ...


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Clint Brandien, Shulong Sun, Beth Ann Walsh, Ray Mather: System for tracking the receipt and internal delivery of items such as packages. Pitney Bowes, Philip E Levy, Michael E Melton, Charles R Malandra Jr, October 17, 2000: US06134561 (93 worldwide citation)

A computer based package delivery and control system for tracking receipt and internal delivery of items such as packages. The system maintains a database of records of information relating to packages which have been received by an organization at a facility such as a mail room. The records include ...


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Andrew D Bocking, Raymond P Vander Veen: Handheld electronic device having improved phone call log, and associated method. Research In Motion, Philip E Levy, Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, October 9, 2007: US07280652 (65 worldwide citation)

An improved handheld electronic device and an associated method provide an improved call log that presents information relating to logged phone calls in a collapsed manner, meaning that for each phone number having a call stored in the memory of the device, only the most recent in time call is liste ...


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Marlin H Mickle, Christopher C Capelli, Harold Swift, Leonid Matts, Minhong Mi, Charles E Greene: Recharging method and apparatus. University of Pittsburgh Of the Commonwealth System of Higher Education, Philip E Levy, Arnold B Silverman, Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, May 13, 2008: US07373133 (50 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides apparatus and an associated method for remotely energizing power storage devices. Energization may preferably be effected through the use of RF energy from a base station, ambient energy or ultra-wide band energy. The remote station preferably has at least one antenna ...


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Mihal Lazaridis, Gerhard D Klassen, Christopher R Wormald, Sherryl Lee Lorraine Scott: Method for creating a peer-to-peer immediate messaging solution without using an instant messaging server. Research In Motion, Philip E Levy, Brij K Agarwal, Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, June 26, 2007: US07236472 (28 worldwide citation)

A messaging method in a system including a wireless network, a routing server, and a plurality of mobile stations. A first mobile station has first communications applications and a first PIN and a second mobile station has second communications applications and a second PIN. The method includes sen ...


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Dusan Veselic, Michael F Habicher, Jacek S Idzik, Jonathan T Malton: Circuit and method of operation for an adaptive charge rate power supply. Research In Motion, Brij K Agarwal, Philip E Levy, Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, April 25, 2006: US07034503 (27 worldwide citation)

A convenient source of charging power for portable communication devices is an integral power node of a computer data bus, such as a USB (universal serial bus) port. Unfortunately, USB ports have limited power capacity, making them generally incompatible with battery charge controllers (BCCs) which ...