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Yashar Behzadi, Kenneth C Crandall: Optimal drive frequency selection in electrical tomography. Proteus Bomedical, Bret E Field, Bozicevic Field & Francis, June 28, 2011: US07969161 (13 worldwide citation)

Electrical tomography drive frequency selection systems and methods are disclosed. One aspect of the present invention pertains to a system for optimally selecting a drive frequency of an electrical tomography which comprises a sensor electrode stably associated with a tissue site within an internal ...


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Kenneth C Crandall: Electronic polling and calling communication system. Elan, Jacobson and Johnson, May 9, 1978: US04088983 (10 worldwide citation)

In an electronic communication system, having a central transmitting station and N remote receiving stations, the central station sends out a signal train consisting of a wide reset or synchronizing pulse (R) and a series of N narrower time-sequenced or time-slotted clock pulses (C). An intermediate ...


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Kenneth C Crandall, Michael A Robinton: Sensitive demodulator for frequency shift keyed carrier signals. Robinton Products, C Michael Zimmerman, June 15, 1982: US04335354 (9 worldwide citation)

A demodulator for frequency shift keyed carrier signals is described. A conditioned F.S.K. signal is simultaneously fed to a pair of rising edge triggered single shot voltage generators, such carrier signal being inverted prior to being fed to one of such single shots. The single shots are each trig ...


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Lawrence Arne, KitYee Au Yeung, Kenneth C Crandall, Timothy Robertson: Active signal processing personal health signal receivers. Proteus Digital Health, Bret E Field, Bozicevic Field & Francis, May 6, 2014: US08718193 (7 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a receiver associated with a body, e.g., located inside or within close proximity to a body, configured to receive and decode a signal from an in vivo transmitter which located inside the body. Signal receivers of the invention provide for accurate signal decoding of a low-lev ...


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Lawrence Arne, Kit Yee Au Yeung, Kenneth C Crandall, Timothy Robertson: Active signal processing personal health signal receivers. Proteus Digital Health, K&L Gates, September 13, 2016: US09444503 (3 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a receiver associated with a body, e.g., located inside or within close proximity to a body, configured to receive and decode a signal from an in vivo transmitter which located inside the body. Signal receivers of the invention provide for accurate signal decoding of a low-lev ...


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Lawrence Arne, Kit Yee Au Yeung, Kenneth C Crandall, Timothy Robertson: Active signal processing personal health signal receivers. Proteus Digital Health, K&L Gates, July 14, 2015: US09083589 (3 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a receiver associated with a body, e.g., located inside or within close proximity to a body, configured to receive and decode a signal from an in vivo transmitter which located inside the body. Signal receivers of the invention provide for accurate signal decoding of a low-lev ...


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Jyotindra Shakya, Kenneth C Crandall, Hiten Singh Randhawa: Capacitive touch sensing system using switched capacitor analog signal processing. UICO, Brinks Gilson & Lione, November 14, 2017: US09817537 (1 worldwide citation)

A capacitive touch sensing system for a capacitive touch panel uses analog circuitry to perform capacitive sensing and signal processing. The system operates over several time phases to charge and discharge a capacitive sensor of the touch panel and determine its capacitance. The system actively rec ...


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Yashar Behzadi, Kenneth C Crandall: Optimial drive frequency selection in electrical tomography. Proteus Biomedical, Bozicevic Field & Francis, January 6, 2011: US20110001488-A1

Electrical tomography drive frequency selection systems and methods are disclosed. One aspect of the present invention pertains to a system for optimally selecting a drive frequency of an electrical tomography which comprises a sensor electrode stably associated with a tissue site within an internal ...


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Timothy Robertson, Kenneth C Crandall, Lawrence W Arne: Transbody communication systems employing communication channels. Proteus Biomedical, Proteus Biomedical, Bozicevic Field & Francis, May 28, 2009: US20090135886-A1

Transbody communication systems employing communication channels are provided. Various aspects include, for example, an in vivo transmitter to transmit an encoded signal; a transbody functionality module to facilitate communication of the encoded signal; and a receiver to receive the encoded signal. ...