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Robert Fleming, Cherie Kushner, William H McAllister, Mark Zdeblick: Methods, devices and systems for receiving and decoding a signal in the presence of noise using slices and warping. Proteus Digital Health, K&L Gates, February 23, 2016: US09270503 (13 worldwide citation)

A method may comprise receiving and sampling a signal. The signal may encode a data packet. A slice may be generated and stored comprising a pair of values for each of a selected number of samples of the signal representing a correlation of the signal to reference functions in the receiver. The pres ...


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Robert Fleming, Cherie Kushner, Nilay Jani, Jonathan Withrington, Mark Zdeblick: Low voltage oscillator for medical devices. Proteus Biomedical, Bozicevic Field & Francis, Bret E Field, November 8, 2011: US08054140 (4 worldwide citation)

Low voltage oscillators that provide a stable output frequency with varying supply voltage are provided. The subject oscillators find use in a variety of different types of devices, e.g., medical devices, including both implantable and ex-vivo devices.


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Robert Fleming, Cherie Kushner, William H McAllister, Mark Zdeblick: Methods, devices and systems for receiving and decoding a signal in the presence of noise using slices and warping. PROTEUS DIGITAL HEALTH, K&L Gates, October 10, 2017: US09787511 (1 worldwide citation)

A method may comprise receiving and sampling a signal. The signal may encode a data packet. A slice may be generated and stored comprising a pair of values for each of a selected number of samples of the signal representing a correlation of the signal to reference functions in the receiver. The pres ...


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Robert Fleming, Cherie Kushner, William H McAllister, Mark Zdeblick: Methods, devices and systems for receiving and decoding a signal in the presence of noise using slices and warping. PROTEUS DIGITAL HEALTH, K&L Gates, October 9, 2018: US10097388

A method may include receiving a signal. The signal may encode a data packet. The method may include further sampling the signal to generate sampled values, and generating a slice record comprising a plurality of slices from the sampled values by correlating the sampled values with first and second ...


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Robert Fleming, Cherie Kushner, Nilay Jani, Jonathan Withrington, Mark Zdeblick: Low voltage oscillator for medical devices. Proteus Biomedical, Bozicevic Field & Francis, August 26, 2010: US20100214033-A1

Low voltage oscillators that provide a stable output frequency with varying supply voltage are provided. The subject oscillators find use in a variety of different types of devices, e.g., medical devices, including both implantable and ex-vivo devices.