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Miles Alexander Lyell Kirby, Anne Katrin Konertz, Virginia Walker Keating, Craig Lauer, Michael John Mangan: Tracking receiver devices with wireless power systems, apparatuses, and methods. Qualcomm Incorporated, Knobbe Martens Olsen & Bear, May 28, 2013: US08452235 (74 worldwide citation)

Exemplary embodiments are directed to communicating information relating to wireless charging. A power transmitting system includes a host device with a transmit antenna. A communication interface conveys receiver information, which includes unique identifier information, from a receiver device to t ...


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Miles Alexander Lyell Kirby, Virginia Walker Keating, Matthew Stuart Grob, Michael Mangan, Joel Bernarte: Wireless power from renewable energy. QUALCOMM Incorporated, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, February 24, 2015: US08963486 (67 worldwide citation)

Exemplary embodiments are directed to wireless charging. A charging system may comprise at least one power generation system configured to convert renewable energy to another form of energy and convey the another form of energy. The charging system may further include at least one transmit antenna c ...


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Miles Alexander Lyell Kirby, Diane M Winchell, Jon L Korecki: Coupon systems and methods of use of coupons within a group communications system. Qualcomm, Philip R Wadsworth, Robert J O Connell, November 22, 2005: US06968180 (31 worldwide citation)

Coupon systems and methods for delivering and redeeming coupons comprise a communications network defined by at least a wireless telephone network coupled to a computer network, where the communications network is associated with a plurality of communication devices that define a group communication ...


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Virginia Walker Keating, Miles Alexander Lyell Kirby, Michael J Mangan: Wireless power charging timing and charging control. QUALCOMM Incorporated, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, June 24, 2014: US08760113 (27 worldwide citation)

Exemplary embodiments are directed to timing and control of wireless power transfer. A wireless power charging device includes at least one transmitter and a processor in communication with the at least one transmitter. The transmitter is configured for transmitting wireless power to one or more ele ...


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Alireza Hormoz Mohammadian, Sreenivas Kasturi, Miles Alexander Lyell Kirby, Ernest T Ozaki, Stanley Slavko Toncich, Allen Minh Triet Tran: Wireless power transfer using multiple transmit antennas. QUALCOMM Incorporated, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, January 14, 2014: US08629650 (15 worldwide citation)

Exemplary embodiments are directed to wireless power transfer including a plurality of antenna circuits spatially arranged and each including an antenna configured to resonate and generate a near field coupling mode region thereabout in response to a driving signal from a power amplifier. The appara ...


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Miles Alexander Lyell Kirby, Virginia Walker Keating, Rinat Burdo, Ernest T Ozaki: Conveying device information relating to wireless charging. QUALCOMM Incorporated, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, October 7, 2014: US08854224 (4 worldwide citation)

Exemplary embodiments are directed to wireless charging. A charging device configured to wirelessly charge one or more electronic devices may comprise at least one charging region, wherein each charging region of the at least one is configured for placement of one or more electronic devices. The cha ...


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Alireza Hormoz Mohammadian, Sreenivas Kasturi, Miles Alexander Lyell Kirby, Ernest T Ozaki, Stanley Slavko Toncich, Allen Minh Triet Tran: Receive antenna for wireless power transfer. QUALCOMM INCORPORATED, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, November 3, 2015: US09178387 (3 worldwide citation)

Exemplary embodiments are directed to wireless power transfer to an electronic circuit including a wireless charging receive antenna comprising a first loop of an energy receiving conductor and at least another loop of said energy receiving conductor electrically coupled to the first loop. The loops ...


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Miles Alexander Lyell Kirby, Ernest Tadashi Ozaki, Rinat Burdo, Virginia Walker Keating, Michael John Mangan, Anne Katrin Konertz, Paul Eric Jacobs, William Henry Von Novak III, Roy Franklin Quick Jr, Roy Howard Davis, Nigel P Cook, Lukas Sieber, Hanspeter Widmer: Systems and methods for wireless power and data transfer for electronic devices. QUALCOMM Incorporated, July 25, 2017: US09716402 (1 worldwide citation)

Exemplary embodiments are directed to wireless power. A wireless charging device may comprise a charging region configured for placement of one or more chargeable devices. The charging device may further include at least one transmit antenna configured for transmitting wireless power within the char ...


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Virginia Walker Keating, Miles Alexander Lyell Kirby, Michael John Mangan: Wireless power charging timing and charging control. QUALCOMM Incorporated, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, October 13, 2015: US09160182 (1 worldwide citation)

Exemplary embodiments are directed to timing and control of wireless power transfer. A wireless power charging device includes at least one transmitter and a processor in communication with the at least one transmitter. The transmitter is configured for transmitting wireless power to one or more ele ...


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Bernt Erik Bjontegard, Miles Alexander Lyell Kirby: Mobile device peripheral device location and connection. QUALCOMM Incorporated, Berkeley Law & Technology Group, March 31, 2015: US08996753

A mobile device may desire to connect wirelessly to a proximate peripheral device, such as a printer, projector, or other device. The mobile device may choose from proximate peripheral devices based on a number of factors including proximity, type, or configuration. Proximity may be determined based ...



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