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Qiang Li, Clifford E Strang Jr, Jon F Zahornacky: Hardware assisted memory backup system and method. Maxtor Corporation, David M Sigmond, January 1, 2002: US06336174 (208 worldwide citation)

A hardware assisted memory module (HAMM) is coupled to a conventional computer system. During normal operation of the computer system, the HAMM behaves like a conventional memory module. The HAMM, however, detects and responds to at least one of the following trigger events: 1) power failure, 2) ope ...


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Morris P Kesler, Aristeidis Karalis, Andre B Kurs, Andrew J Campanella, Ron Fiorello, Qiang Li, Konrad Kulikowski, Eric R Giler, Frank J Pergal, David A Schatz, Katherine L Hall, Marin Soljacic: Wireless energy transfer systems. WiTricity Corporation, GTC Law Group & Affiliates, June 11, 2013: US08461719 (138 worldwide citation)

Described herein are improved capabilities for a source resonator having a Q-factor Q1>100 and a characteristic size x1 coupled to an energy source, and a second resonator having a Q-factor Q2>100 and a characteristic size x2 coupled to an energy drain located a distance D from the source resonator, ...


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Andre B Kurs, Aristeidis Karalis, Morris P Kesler, Andrew J Campanella, Katherine L Hall, Konrad J Kulikowski, Qiang Li, Marin Soljacic: Wireless energy transfer for computer peripheral applications. WiTricity Corporation, GTC Law Group & Affiliates, March 19, 2013: US08400017 (136 worldwide citation)

Described herein are improved configurations for wireless power transfer for computer peripherals, including a source magnetic resonator, integrated into a source station and connected to a power source and power and control circuitry; a device magnetic resonator, integrated into a computer peripher ...


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Morris P Kesler, Aristeidis Karalis, Andre B Kurs, Andrew J Campanella, Ron Fiorello, Qiang Li, Konrad J Kulikowski, Eric R Giler, David A Schatz, Katherine L Hall, Marin Soljacic: Wireless energy transfer resonator kit. WiTricity Corporation, GTC Law Group & Affiliates, July 16, 2013: US08487480 (127 worldwide citation)

Described herein are improved capabilities for a source resonator having a Q-factor Q1>100 and a characteristic size x1 coupled to an energy source, and a second resonator having a Q-factor Q2>100 and a characteristic size x2 coupled to an energy drain located a distance D from the source resonator, ...


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Andre B Kurs, Aristeidis Karalis, Morris P Kesler, Andrew J Campanella, Katherine L Hall, Konrad J Kulikowski, Qiang Li, Marin Soljacic: Wireless energy transfer systems. WiTricity Corporation, GTC Law Group & Affiliates, January 14, 2014: US08629578 (125 worldwide citation)

A wireless power transfer system for computer peripherals, includes a source magnetic resonator, integrated into a source station and connected to a power source and power and control circuitry, and a device magnetic resonator, integrated into a computer peripheral wherein power is transferred non-r ...


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Andre B Kurs, Aristeidis Karalis, Morris P Kesler, Andrew J Campanella, Katherine L Hall, Konrad J Kulikowski, Qiang Li, Marin Soljacic: Wireless energy transfer systems. WiTricity Corporation, GTC Law Group & Affiliates, December 31, 2013: US08618696 (112 worldwide citation)

A wireless power supply includes a source magnetic resonator, connected to a power source and configured to exchange power wirelessly via a wireless power transfer signal with at least one device magnetic resonator integrated into at least one peripheral component of a computer and a processor confi ...


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Eric R Giler, Katherine L Hall, Morris P Kesler, Marin Soljacic, Aristeidis Karalis, Andre B Kurs, Qiang Li, Steven J Ganem: Wireless energy transfer using repeater resonators. WiTricity Corporation, GTC Law Group & Affiliates, November 19, 2013: US08587155 (111 worldwide citation)

Described herein are improved configurations for a lighting system with wireless power transfer that includes a source high-Q magnetic resonator coupled to a power source and generating an oscillating magnetic field, at least one device high-Q magnetic resonator configured to convert said oscillatin ...


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Nikhil Balram, Sai Kit Tong, Takatoshi Ishii, Lutz Filor, Qiang Li, Thomas C Young, Julie Zhang: System and method for selective capture of video frames. S3 Graphics, Carr & Ferrell, November 13, 2001: US06317165 (56 worldwide citation)

A video deinterlacing system receives interlaced video data at a non-deterministic rate and generates non-interlaced data as a function of the interlaced video data. The system includes processing units, some of which require clocking rates that differ from clocking rates required by other processin ...


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Nikhil Balram, Sai Kit Tong, Takatoshi Ishii, Lutz Filor, Qiang Li, Thomas C Young, Julie Zhang: Timing and control for deinterlacing and enhancement of non-deterministically arriving interlaced video data. S3 Incorporated, Fenwick & West, March 7, 2000: US06034733 (48 worldwide citation)

A video deinterlacing system receives interlaced video data at a non-deterministic rate and generates non-interlaced data as a function of the interlaced video data. The system includes processing units, some of which require clocking rates that differ from clocking rates required by other processin ...


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Andrew J Campanella, Katherine L Hall, Aristeidis Karalis, Morris P Kesler, Konrad Kulikowski, Andre B Kurs, Qiang Li, Marin Soljacic, Eric R Giler, David Schatz: Position insensitive wireless charging. WiTricity Corporation, Fish & Richardson P C, February 24, 2015: US08963488 (43 worldwide citation)

A wireless charging pad includes a capacitively-loaded conducting loop source resonator, with a characteristic size, L1, connected to a switching amplifier and configured to generate an oscillating magnetic field, wherein the conducting loop comprises multiple turns circumscribing an area, the condu ...