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Dr Raj C Thiagarajan ATOA Scientific Technologies Dr Raj C Thiagarajan ATOA Scientific Technologies
Chinniah Thiagarajan, Gautam Chatterjee, Ravi Sriraman, Santhosh Kumar Rajendran, Anand Vaidyalingam: Polymeric foams with nanocellular morphology and methods for making them. Sabic Innovative Plastics IP, Cantor Colburn, November 30, 2010: US07842379 (1 worldwide citation)

Polymeric foams having nanocellular morphology are formed from a polymeric material having structural units derived from 2-hydrocarbyl-3,3-bis(hydroxyphenyl)phthalimidine compound. The foams include a plurality of cells having an average diameter of less than 1 micron. Processes for forming the foam ...


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James Kraemer Ph.D.
Robert L Angell, James R Kraemer: Environmentally sensitive electronic device. International Business Machines Corporation, Dillon & Yudell, November 30, 2010: US07843317 (2 worldwide citation)

An electronic device has at least one component that is coated with a material that is non-persistent if exposed to a specific environmental condition. If the coating is stripped off by the specific environmental condition, the previously coated component's function is altered, causing a functionali ...


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Nathaniel Brese
Peter R Levey, Nathaniel E Brese: Catalyst composition and deposition method. Rohm and Haas Electronic Materials, John J Piskorski, November 30, 2010: US07842636

Compositions and methods for depositing one or more metal or metal alloy films on substrates. The compositions contain a catalyst, one or more carrier particles and one or more water-soluble or water-dispersible organic compounds. Metal or metal alloys may be deposited on the substrates by electrole ...


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Maged Beshai
Maged E Beshai: Modular high-capacity switch. Nortel Networks, Anderson Gorecki & Manaras, November 30, 2010: US07843905 (2 worldwide citation)

A modular optical switch includes a set of optical switch modules connected in a mesh, a master controller for the whole optical node and a switch-module controller for each of the optical switch modules. The optical switch modules receive optical signals from, and transmit optical signals to, edge ...


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Woojin Lee: Surgical instrument guide device. Cambridge Endoscopic Devices, David M Driscoll Esq, November 30, 2010: US07842028 (179 worldwide citation)

An instrument guide device comprises an elongated guide shaft having proximal and distal ends and including an instrument lumen for receiving therethrough a manually operated instrument having an instrument shaft. A distal bendable member is disposed at the distal end of the guide shaft and a proxim ...


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Ammar Al Ali: Physiological measurement communications adapter. Masimo Corporation, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, November 30, 2010: US07844314 (165 worldwide citation)

A sensor interface is configured to receive a sensor signal. A transmitter modulates a first baseband signal responsive to the sensor signal so as to generate a transmit signal. A receiver demodulates a receive signal corresponding to the transmit signal so as to generate a second baseband signal co ...


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Ammar Al Ali: Physiological measurement communications adapter. Masimo Corporation, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, November 30, 2010: US07844315 (163 worldwide citation)

A sensor signal is input at a patient location and a physiological waveform responsive to the sensor signal is generated. The physiological waveform is wirelessly communicated from the patient location to a monitor location. The physiological waveform is adapted to a particular patient monitor at th ...


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Massi E Kiani, Robert A Smith, David R Tobler: Pulse oximetry sensor adapter. Masimo Corporation, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, November 30, 2010: US07844313 (163 worldwide citation)

An adapter allows the interconnection of a sensor originating from one manufacturer to be coupled with conventionally incompatible monitors originating from other manufacturers to form a properly functioning pulse oximetry system. The adapter matches a sensor driver in a monitor to the current requi ...


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Bartley K Andre, Bas Ording, Greg Christie: Activating virtual keys of a touch-screen virtual keyboard. Apple, Morgan Lewis & Bockius, November 30, 2010: US07844914 (158 worldwide citation)

A method of operating a touch screen to activate one of a plurality of virtual keys is provided. A touch location is determined based on location data pertaining to touch input on the touch screen, wherein the touch input is intended to activate one of the plurality of virtual keys. Each of the plur ...



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