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Bing Chiang, Griffin K Gothard, Christopher A Snyder, William R Palmer, Michael J Lynch, Thomas E Gorsuch, Kenneth M Gainey, James A Proctor: Aperiodic array antenna. InterDigital Corporation, Volpe and Koenig P C, December 9, 2008: US07463201 (146 worldwide citation)

A wireless handset including an antenna array. The antenna array includes an active antenna element and two passive antenna elements. The active and passive antenna elements are arranged to form a triangle with a vertex. The vertex includes a vertex angle and the active antenna element is disposed a ...


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Bing Chiang, Griffin K Gothard, Christopher A Snyder, William R Palmer, Michael J Lynch, Thomas E Gorsuch, Kenneth M Gainey, James A Proctor Jr: Aperiodic array antenna. IPR Licensing, Hamilton Brook Smith and Reynolds P C, May 3, 2005: US06888504 (122 worldwide citation)

An antenna array that uses at least two passive antennas and one active antenna disposed above a ground plane, but electrically isolated from the ground plane, and a respective resonant strip positioned beneath each passive antenna. The passive antenna elements are positioned about the active elemen ...


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John A Regnier, James A Proctor Jr, Michael J Lynch, Thomas E Gorsuch: Method and apparatus for adapting antenna array using received predetermined signal. IPR Licensing, Hamilton Brook Smith & Reynolds P C, August 23, 2005: US06933887 (115 worldwide citation)

An antenna apparatus that can increase capacity in a wireless communication system is disclosed. The antenna operates in conjunction with a station and comprises a plurality of antenna elements, each coupled to a respective weight control component to provide a weight to the signal transmitted from ...


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John E Haley Jr, Michael J Lynch, Jeffrey S Rosenberg: Apparatus and method for monitoring motion of a railroad train. Halliburton Company, E Harrison Gilbert III, James R Duzan, Thomas R Weaver, December 24, 1985: US04561057 (101 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for monitoring the motion of a railroad train includes an on-board unit which computes the speed, acceleration/deceleration, and distance traveled events of the train and stores such computed data for retention by a non-volatile memory after a power interruption or outage occurs. The ap ...


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Bing A Chiang, Inhyok Cha, Michael J Lynch, Thomas E Gorsuch: Satellite communication subscriber device with a smart antenna and associated method. InterDigital Technology Corporation, Allen Dyer Doppelt Milbrath & Gilchrist P A, December 15, 2009: US07633442 (96 worldwide citation)

A satellite communication subscriber device includes a smart antenna for generating antenna beams for receiving signals from at least one satellite, and a receiver. The receiver includes a quality metric module for calculating a quality metric on the signals received by each antenna beam. A beam sel ...


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Scott Douglas Easterling, John C Lee Voelkel, Michael Gene Moeller, Michael J Lynch: RF connected message recording device and method for a telephone system. Harris Corporation, Rogers & Killeen, July 22, 1997: US05651049 (86 worldwide citation)

A system and method of remotely recording a telephone message at a selected recording device connected to a telephone receiver by an RF link may include a base station having an RF transmitter connected to a telephone receiver, and plural paging/recording devices, each with an RF receiver and a mess ...


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Michael J Lynch, John E Haley, C Lynden Lee, Gilbert H Forehand: Data collection apparatus and train monitoring system. Halliburton Company, James R Duzan, E Harrison Gilbert III, December 27, 1988: US04794548 (58 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for monitoring the operation of a railroad train includes two on-board units which collect and utilize data for ultimate transfer to a portable unit which can be carried onto and off of the railroad train. One of these on-board units operates under microcomputer control to compute speed ...


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Stephen K Nickles, John E Haley, Michael J Lynch: Apparatus and method for conserving fuel during dynamic braking of locomotives. Halliburton Company, James R Duzan, E Harrison Gilbert III, April 5, 1988: US04735385 (55 worldwide citation)

A respective microcomputer-based dynamic braking proportioning unit is disposed on each locomotive of a group of locomotives of a train consist. Each unit is connected to the brake setup and brake control wires of a trainline communicating with all of the locomotives, and each unit is connected to t ...


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Terry O Anderson, J M Richardson, Jack C Penn, Michael J Lynch, Billy W White, Gilbert H Forehand, Richard L Duncan, Charles F VanBerg Jr, Stephen E Tilghman, Ronald E Dant, Charles D Donaghe: Self-contained downhole gauge system. Halliburton Company, E Harrison Gilbert III, Mark E McBurney, Joseph A Walkowski, September 12, 1989: US04866607 (54 worldwide citation)

In an oil well instrumentation system, the downhole sensor system is controlled by a computer which is powered-on only during sampling movement. An independent circuit, continuously powered, detects significant sensor rate-of-change values whereby the computer-sampling equipment is powered-on. A sel ...


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Charles L Spann, Michael J Lynch: Electro-magnetic interference shield for a telephone handset. Northern Telecom, Foley & Lardner, October 6, 1998: US05819162 (45 worldwide citation)

An electromagnetic interference (EMI) shield for a handheld cellular phone that is particularly useful for shielding a hearing aid against EMI from the phone's antenna. The device includes a base and a flap laminated with a metallic shielding. The base attaches to the receiver end of the cellular ph ...