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Nipun Agarwal, Linda Feng, Timothy Robertson: Dynamic data organization. Oracle Corporation, Ditthavong & Carlson P C, April 24, 2001: US06223182 (85 worldwide citation)

A binary hyperspatial code (BH code) is generated for each row in a table to be partitioned. An intermediate table containing the BH codes and rowids of the original table is created within the database. The intermediate table allows for efficient database operations to be performed to determine how ...


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Mark J Zdeblick, Timothy Robertson, George M Savage: Measuring conduction velocity using one or more satellite devices. Proteus Biomedical, Bret E Field, Bozicevic Field & Francis, July 19, 2011: US07983751 (74 worldwide citation)

A method for measuring the conduction velocity of a depolarization wave in a tissue employs a first satellite located within the tissue and a second that satellite is located within the tissue a distance away from the first satellite, e.g., by using the time of depolarization wave as reported from e ...


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Timothy Robertson, Fataneh Omidvar, Yashar Behzadi, Lawrence Arne, Kenneth Rowberry, James Hutchison, Robert Leichner, George Savage, Andrew Thompson, Mark Zdeblick, Marc Kreidler, Hooman Hafezi, Robert Duck: Body-associated receiver and method. Proteus Biomedical, Bozicevic Field & Francis, Bret E Field, February 14, 2012: US08114021 (49 worldwide citation)

Receivers, which may be external or implantable, are provided. Aspects of receivers of the invention include the presence of one or more of: a high power-low power module; an intermediary module; a power supply module configured to activate and deactivate one or more power supplies to a high power p ...


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Timothy Robertson, Mark J Zdeblick: Multi-mode communication ingestible event markers and systems, and methods of using the same. Proteus Biomedical, Bozicevic Field & Francis, Bret E Field, September 4, 2012: US08258962 (44 worldwide citation)

Aspects of the invention include multi-mode communication ingestible event marker devices. Ingestible event marker devices of the invention include an ingestible component comprising a conductive communication module and at least one additional non-conductive communication module. The non-conductive ...


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Mark Zdeblick, Timothy Robertson, Aleksandr Pikelny, Hooman Hafezi: Communication system with partial power source. Proteus Biomedical, Bozicevic Field & Francis, Bret E Field, July 12, 2011: US07978064 (40 worldwide citation)

The system of the present invention includes a conductive element, an electronic component, and a partial power source in the form of dissimilar materials. Upon contact with a conducting fluid, a voltage potential is created and the power source is completed, which activates the system. The electron ...


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Mark J Zdeblick, Timothy Robertson: Implantable zero-wire communications system. Proteus Digital Health, Bozicevic Field & Francis, Bret E Field, October 1, 2013: US08547248 (39 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides implantable systems that communicate wirelessly with each other using a unique format that enables devices configurations and applications heretofore not possible. Embodiments of the present invention provide communication apparatuses and methods for exchanging informa ...


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Olivier Colliou, Timothy Robertson, Mark Zdeblick: In-body device having a multi-directional transmitter. Proteus Digital Health, K&L Gates, January 13, 2015: US08932221 (34 worldwide citation)

Multi-directional transmitters for in-body devices, such as implantable and ingestible devices, are provided. Aspects of the in-body multi-direction transmitters of the invention include signal transmitters configured to transmit an identifying signal in at least two different directions in an x-y p ...


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Hooman Hafezi, David O Reilly, Patricia Johnson, Zahedeh Hatamkhany, Timothy Robertson: Communication system incorporated in an ingestible product. Proteus Digital Health, Bozicevic Field & Francis, Bret E Field, September 16, 2014: US08836513 (34 worldwide citation)

The system of the present invention includes a conductive element, an electronic component, and a partial power source in the form of dissimilar materials. Upon contact with a conducting fluid, a voltage potential is created and the power source is completed, which activates the system. The electron ...


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Lawrence Arne, Todd Thompson, Timothy Robertson, Robert Azevedo: Re-wearable wireless device. Proteus Digital Health, K&L Gates, September 13, 2016: US09439566 (31 worldwide citation)

A re-wearable wireless device includes a reusable component to be secured to a disposable component. The reusable component includes a sensor interface to receive signals from an electrode secured to a living subject and monitors physiological and physical parameters associated with the living subje ...


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Timothy Robertson, George Savage, Mark Zdeblick, Yashar Behzadi, Benedict Costello, Jeremy Frank, Hooman Hafezi, Tariq Haniff, David O Reilly: Ingestible event marker systems. Proteus Digital Health, Bret E Field, Bozicevic Field & Francis, October 14, 2014: US08858432 (18 worldwide citation)

Ingestible event marker systems that include an ingestible event marker (i.e., an IEM) and a personal signal receiver are provided. Embodiments of the IEM include an identifier, which may or may not be present in a physiologically acceptable carrier. The identifier is characterized by being activate ...