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N Parker Willis, Axel F Brisken, Mark W Cowan, Michael Pare, Robert Fowler, James Brennan: Optimizing energy transmission in a leadless tissue stimulation system. EBR Systems, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, May 6, 2014: US08718773 (173 worldwide citation)

Method and systems for optimizing acoustic energy transmission in implantable devices are disclosed. Transducer elements transmit acoustic locator signals towards a receiver assembly, and the receiver responds with a location signal. The location signal can reveal information related to the location ...


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Robert Fowler, Mark W Cowan, N Parker Willis, Axel F Brisken, Debra S Echt: Optimizing size of implantable medical devices by isolating the power source. EBR Systems, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, May 31, 2011: US07953493 (25 worldwide citation)

A wireless cardiac stimulation device comprising an implantable transmitter module housing a transmitter and a separately implantable battery module housing a battery for powering the transmitter and other device electronics via a subcutaneously routable electrical cable connecting the module is dis ...


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N Parker Willis, Axel F Brisken, Mark W Cowan, Michael Pare, Robert Fowler, James Brennan: Optimizing energy transmission in a leadless tissue stimulation system. EBR SYSTEMS, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, September 25, 2018: US10080903

Method and systems for optimizing acoustic energy transmission in implantable devices are disclosed. Transducer elements transmit acoustic locator signals towards a receiver assembly, and the receiver responds with a location signal. The location signal can reveal information related to the location ...


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N Parker Willis, Axel F Brisken, Mark W Cowan, Michael Pare, Robert Fowler, James Brennan: Optimizing energy transmission in a leadless tissue stimulation system. EBR Systems, Townsend And Townsend And Crew, November 27, 2008: US20080294208-A1

Method and systems for optimizing acoustic energy transmission in implantable devices are disclosed. Transducer elements transmit acoustic locator signals towards a receiver assembly, and the receiver responds with a location signal. The location signal can reveal information related to the location ...


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Robert Fowler, Mark W Cowan, N Parker Willis, Axel F Brisken, Debra S Echt: Optimizing size of implantable medical devices by isolating the power source. EBR Systems, EBR Systems & Townsend and Townsend and, Crew, October 22, 2009: US20090264965-A1

A wireless cardiac stimulation device comprising an implantable transmitter module housing a transmitter and a separately implantable battery module housing a battery for powering the transmitter and other device electronics via a subcutaneously routable electrical cable connecting the module is dis ...


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