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Gamil A Cain, Jim Walsh: System integration supporting completely wireless peripheral applications. INTEL CORPORATION, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, January 26, 2016: US09244500 (44 worldwide citation)

In accordance with various aspects of the disclosure, a method and apparatus is disclosed that includes features of a host computing device, and a wireless power transmission module and a wireless data transmission module both integrated on a circuit board of the host computing device. The host comp ...


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Lawrence F Kinney, Jim Walsh, William Ross McCluney, Gerald L Cler, John Hutson: Direct beam solar lighting system. University of Central Florida Research Foundation, Sunflower Corporation, Brian S Steinberger, Phyllis K Wood, Law Offices of Brian S Steinberger P A, December 29, 2009: US07639423 (24 worldwide citation)

A direct beam solar lighting system for collecting and distributing sunlight into a room. The system includes a rotatable solar collector head to receive sunlight and to reflect the sunlight downward into a transition tube having a reflective interior surface. The light-concentrating transition tube ...


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Laurence F Kinney, Jim Walsh, William Ross McCluney, Gerald L Cler, John Hutson: Direct beam solar light system. University of Central Florida Research Foundation, Sunflower Corporation, Brian S Steinberger, Law Offices of Brian S Steinberger P A, July 19, 2011: US07982956 (16 worldwide citation)

A direct beam solar lighting system for collecting and distributing sunlight into a room. The system includes a rotatable solar collector head to receive sunlight and to reflect the sunlight downward into a transition tube having a reflective interior surface. The light-concentrating transition tube ...


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Jaya L Jeyaseelan, Jim Walsh, Robert E Gough, Barnes Cooper, Neil W Songer: Downstream device service latency reporting for power management. Intel Corporation, Matthew C Fagan, December 3, 2013: US08601296 (5 worldwide citation)

For one disclosed embodiment, a transition from a first state to a second, different state for at least a portion of a downstream device may be identified. The first and second states may correspond to different levels relating to activity for at least a portion of the downstream device. Data corres ...


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Jim Walsh: Systems and methods for implementing reduced power states. Intel Corporation, Erik R Nordstrom, March 26, 2013: US08407504 (2 worldwide citation)

In some embodiments, provided is a way for devices to request S0ix (or the like) entry and exit.


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Diarmuid Flavin, Shane Moynihan, Jan Kruger, Jim Walsh: Flow control device for assays. Biosensia Patents, Choate Hall & Stewart, December 1, 2015: US09199232

The present disclosure relates to devices and methods for detecting the presence of a target analyte in a fluid sample using an assay. A fluidic device for flow control in an assay is disclosed comprising a water impermeable substrate (300) with a flow channel (301) located on its upper surface; a p ...


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Jaya L Jeyaseelan, Jim Walsh, Robert E Gough, Barnes Cooper, Neil W Songer: Downstream device service latency reporting for power management. Intel Corporation, Patent Capital Group, December 5, 2017: US09838967

An apparatus is provided that includes a transceiver to transmit and receive data between an upstream device and the apparatus, and further includes service latency reporting logic coupled to the transceiver to provide a service latency tolerance value of the apparatus to the upstream device, the se ...


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Jim Walsh: Systems and methods for implementing reduced power states. Intel Corporation, Trop Pruner & Hu P C, November 22, 2016: US09501125

In some embodiments, provided is a way for devices to request S0ix (or the like) entry and exit.


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Ben Maxson, Daniel K Chappell, Jim Walsh: Characterizing ingress noise. VIAVI SOLUTIONS, Mannava & Kang P C, May 31, 2016: US09357163

Methods and devices for characterization of repetitious noise in cable networks are disclosed. A frequency band of interest is identified, a time trace of a signal parameter within the frequency band is obtained, and an autocorrelation of the time trace is computed to detect repetitious noise. The r ...


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Jim Walsh, Joshua R Smith, Issy Kipnis, Gamil A Cain: Dynamic wireless power control. INTEL CORPORATION, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, June 27, 2017: US09692260

In accordance with various aspects of the disclosure, devices and methods are disclosed that include measuring, at a transmitter, a reflected power level corresponding to a specific transmit power level, and setting the transmit power to an operational level. At the transmitter, a new operational le ...



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