James C Sturm, Chung Chih Wu, Duane Marcy, Thomas R Hebner: Fabrication of organic semiconductor devices using ink jet printing. The Trustees of Princeton University, Wolff & Samson, July 11, 2000: US06087196 (718 worldwide citation)

A method of fabricating semiconductor devices using ink-jet printing is provided to directly deposit patterned polymer films to create OLED's and other semiconductor devices. The luminescence of poly-vinylcarbazol (PVK) films, with dyes of coumarin 6 (C6), coumarin 47 (C47), and nile red was similar ...

Timothy G Haines, David B Goldstein: Method and apparatus for patella resection and guide handle. Hudson Surgical Design, Wolff & Samson, May 2, 2000: US06056754 (323 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus is provided for cutting bone. In one embodiment, a femur is resected by means of pattern plates having a cutting path with at least two continuous, non-coplanar guide surfaces. The cutting path has a similar profile to the interior profile of a femoral prosthesis. The cutting ...

Timothy G Haines, David B Goldstein: Prosthetic implant. Hudson Surgical Design, Wolff & Samson, March 6, 2001: US06197064 (275 worldwide citation)

An implant is provided for which has an outer bearing surface and an inner attachment surface. The outer bearing surface functions as ajoint contact surface for a reconstructed bone joint. The inner attachment surface contacts a bone and is attached thereto. The inner attachment surface of the impla ...

James Jackson, Mehrad Yasrebi: Dynamic facsimile transcoding in a unified messaging platform. AT&T Intellectual Property I, Wolff & Samson PC, April 29, 2014: US08711857 (145 worldwide citation)

Facsimile transcoding is dynamically invoked for devices that do not support T.38 fax protocol. In this way, a unified messaging platform can process facsimiles from endpoints that are not T.38 capable without using without digital signal processor resources. Dynamic fax transcoding can be performed ...

Rajeev Garg, Robert K Prud&apos Homme, Ilhan A Aksay, Victor F Janas, Kevor S TenHuisen, Shawn T Huxel: Controlled architecture ceramic composites by stereolithography. The Trustees of Princeton University, Ethicon, Wolff & Samson, September 4, 2001: US06283997 (108 worldwide citation)

A process for producing a ceramic composite having a porous network. The process includes providing a photocurable ceramic dispersion. The dispersion consists of a photocurable polymer and a ceramic composition. The surface of the dispersion is scanned with a laser to cure the photocurable polymer t ...

Paul Kobylevsky, Valery Gurovich: Remote prescription refill system. Telemanager Technologies, Wolff & Samson, December 10, 2002: US06493427 (75 worldwide citation)

A central station is provided to which the pharmacy can forward calls at the convenience of the pharmacy. A caller will call in to the pharmacy to request a refill and the call will be automatically routed to the central facility unbeknownst to the caller. The central station will obtain the refill ...

Engelbert Gmeilbauer: Tool for tensioning, slackening and opening spring-clip elements. Klaus P Stoffel, Wolff & Samson PC, August 22, 2006: US07093518 (67 worldwide citation)

A tool for tensioning loosening, and opening spring-type clamping elements with two radially outward-projecting actuating arms, the tool including a hand-operable actuating part, a Bowden cable having a bore and a sheath, the Bowden cable being connected to the actuating part, and a tensioning part ...

David J Curcie, James A Flint: Methods of biomimetic finger control by filtering of distributed forelimib pressures. Rutgers The State University of New Jersey, Wolff & Samson PC, December 9, 2003: US06660042 (66 worldwide citation)

A method for controlling digit movement of a prosthesis based on residual forelimb volitional pressures is provided. A filter is provided for discriminating from the distributed pressures to provide reliable digit control. The extracted commands can be used to control actuators in a hand prosthesis ...

Pi Yu Chung, Mehryar Mohri, Fernando Carlos Pereira, Michael Dennis Riley: On-demand language processing system and method. Lucent Technologies, Wolff & Samson, August 21, 2001: US06278973 (63 worldwide citation)

A language recognition methodology is provided whereby any finite-state model of context may be used in a very general class of decoding cascades, and without requiring specialized decoders or full network expansion. The methodology includes two fundamental improvements: (1) a simple generalization, ...

Dhadesugoor R Vaman, Cadathur V Chakravarthy, Kicheon Hong: High integrity transport for time critical multimedia networking applications. The Trustees of the Stevens Institute of Technology, Wolff & Samson, June 20, 2000: US06079042 (50 worldwide citation)

A method is provided for recovery of lost cells in a telecommunications infrastructure such as an ATM network wherein an error recovery scheme is incorporated into the network infrastructure to allow recovery of cells along the network.