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William H Righter, John J Fallin: Wrist worn heart rate monitor. Stoel Rives Boley Jones & Grey, July 3, 1990: US04938228 (154 worldwide citation)

A wrist worn heart rate monitor (100) senses a noisy biosignal with one sensor (104A) in contact with the user's finger and another sensor (104B) in contact with the user's wrist. The sensed signal is modified by a filter (112), analog to digital converter (116) and digital filter (264). A correlato ...


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William H Righter, Andrew J Nicoll, Harold L Kennedy: Portable, multi-channel ECG data monitor/recorder. Ralin, Leydig Voit & Mayer, November 22, 1994: US05365935 (115 worldwide citation)

A portable apparatus having electronic circuitry for selectively monitoring and recording a user's electrocardiographic (ECG) data signals, wherein a first conductive electrode is disposed on a first surface of the apparatus casing for contact with an ECG lead position on the user's body and second ...


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William H Righter: Portable ECG monitor/recorder. Ralin, Leydig Voit & Mayer, March 9, 1993: US05191891 (95 worldwide citation)

A portable apparatus having electronic circuitry for selectively monitoring and recording a user's ECG signals, wherein a first conductive electrode is disposed on a first surface of the apparatus casing for contact with an ECG lead position on the user's body and second and third electrodes are dis ...


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William H Righter: Portable ECG monitor/recorder. Ralin, Leydig Voit & Mayer, July 13, 1993: US05226425 (48 worldwide citation)

A portable apparatus having electronic circuitry for selectively monitoring and recording a user's ECG signals, wherein a first conductive electrode is disposed on a first surface of the apparatus casing for contact with an ECG lead position on the user's body and second and third electrodes are dis ...


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William H Righter, Andrew J Nicoll, Jeff Gilbert: Apparatus and method for communicating electrocardiographic data to a facsimile machine. Ralin, Leydig Voit & Mayer, December 3, 1996: US05581369 (44 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for receiving digitized electrocardiographic (ECG) data, converting that data into a form suitable for reception by a facsimile device, and transmitting the data over a standard telephone line to a remote facsimile device. The apparatus includes an encased unit having modular ...


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Uday N Kumar, Peter H Livingston, Mark J Day, Shena H Park, William F Willis, William H Righter, Tim Bahney: Device features and design elements for long-term adhesion. iRhythm Technologies, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, September 17, 2013: US08538503 (11 worldwide citation)

An electronic device for long-term adhesion to a mammal includes a housing with an electronic component. The electronic device may include a first wing and a second wing, each being integrally formed with the housing. An electrode is positioned on a bottom surface of each of the wings, the electrode ...


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Uday N Kumar, Peter H Livingston, Mark J Day, Shena H Park, William F Willis, William H Righter: Device features and design elements for long-term adhesion. iRhythm Technologies, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, October 15, 2013: US08560046 (9 worldwide citation)

An electronic device for long-term adhesion to a mammal includes a housing with an electronic component. The electronic device may include a first wing and a second wing, each being integrally formed with the housing. An electrode is positioned on a bottom surface of each of the wings, the electrode ...


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Thomas R Spivey, Donald M Owen, Trev Hammon, J Michael Halter, William H Righter: Sensor structure for measuring vehicle suspension related information. Shockware, Kolisch Hartwell Dickinson McCormack & Heuser, July 9, 2002: US06418360 (7 worldwide citation)

A vehicle-mountable, suspension monitoring system produces suspension-analysis information which can be used to determine adjustments to a vehicle suspension. Sensor structure located adjacent the vehicle suspension is connected to a control/processing/display (CPD) unit located adjacent the vehicle ...


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Uday N Kumar, Peter H Livingston, Mark J Day, Shena H Park, William F Willis, William H Righter, Tim Bahney: Device features and design elements for long-term adhesion. iRhythm Technologies, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, January 26, 2016: US09241649 (3 worldwide citation)

An electronic device for long-term adhesion to a mammal includes a housing with an electronic component. The electronic device may include a first wing and a second wing, each being integrally formed with the housing. An electrode is positioned on a bottom surface of each of the wings, the electrode ...


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Donald M Owen, Thomas R Spivey, J Michael Halter, William H Righter, Trev Hammon: Vehicle-mountable, suspension monitoring system. KOLISCH HARTWELL DICKINSON McCORMACK & HEUSER, November 4, 2004: US20040220708-A1

A vehicle-mountable, suspension monitoring system produces suspension-analysis information which can be used to determine adjustments to a vehicle suspension. Sensor structure located adjacent the vehicle suspension is connected to a control/processing/display (CPD) unit located adjacent the vehicle ...



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