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Andrew H Naegeli, Stuart L Carp: Noise compensated synchronous detector system. Hewlett Packard Company, Edward Y Wong, Paul L Hickman, June 23, 1987: US04675613 (82 worldwide citation)

A circuit in a synchronous detector system is provided to minimize and compensate for the errors induced by phase modulation and additive noise in the system. In one embodiment a first-order correction of such errors is achieved by equipping the synchronous detector system with a constant loop filte ...


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Gary Hayter, Geoffrey V McGarraugh, Andrew H Naegeli, John C Mazza, Benjamin J Feldman, Scott Harper: Method and apparatus for providing analyte sensor calibration. Abbott Diabetes Care, Jackson & Co, September 16, 2014: US08834366 (22 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for providing data processing and control for use in verifying the stability of sensor sensitivity of an analyte sensor.


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Andrew H Naegeli, Juan Grau, Richard A Nyquist: Vector analyzer with display markers and linear transform capability. Hewlett Packard Company, James M Williams, Bradley A Perkins, Edward Y Wong, April 4, 1989: US04818931 (15 worldwide citation)

A vector analyzer incorporates a set of five types of markers for the display, which facilitate the visual analysis of the magnitude, phase and time relationships of the I and Q components of the modulation states displayed. The five markers are: an I marker, a Q marker, a magnitude marker, a phase ...


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Gary Alan Hayter, Geoffrey V McGarraugh, Andrew H Naegeli, John Charles Mazza, Benjamin Jay Feldman, Wesley Scott Harper: Method and apparatus for providing analyte sensor calibration. ABBOTT DIABETES CARE, One, July 26, 2016: US09398872 (12 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for providing data processing and control for use in verifying the stability of sensor sensitivity of an analyte sensor.


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Thomas A Peyser, Marc B Taub, Gary Ashley Stafford, Udo Hoss, Roy E Morgan, Daniel H Lee, John C Mazza, Andrew H Naegeli: Medical device insertion. Abbott Diabetes Care, Jackson & Co, October 1, 2013: US08545403 (2 worldwide citation)

Devices and methods for inserting at least a portion of a medical device in a patient are provided. Embodiments include medical device insertions that employ a plurality of insertion stages. Also provided are systems and kits for use in analyte monitoring.