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Harpal S Kumar, Paul Johnson, Michael D Llewellyn, William J Mullarkey, William New Jr, Laurence J Nicolson, William G O&apos Brien, John D Place, Peter M Relph: Portable remote patient telemonitoring system. Nexan, Woodcock Washburn Kurtz Mackiewicz & Norris, July 9, 2002: US06416471 (789 worldwide citation)

A system and method for monitoring vital signs and capturing data from a patient remotely using radiotelemetry techniques. The system is characterized by a cordless, disposable sensor band with sensors form measuring full waveform ECG, full waveform respiration, skin temperature, and motion, and tra ...


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William New Jr, Andrea J Harry, Paul Johnson, Harpal S Kumar, William J Mullarkey, Laurence J Nicolson, John D Place: Physiological sensor array. Nexan, Woodcock Washburn Kurtz Mackiewicz & Norris, December 17, 2002: US06494829 (143 worldwide citation)

A physiological sensor device for attachment to a mammalian subject comprising an output transmitter, at least two physiological sensors each for sensing one of the subject's physiological parameters, and a controller operably in communication with the physiological sensors which controller com ...


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John D Place, Paul Johnson, Steven Jones, Harpal S Kumar, William J Mullarkey, William New Jr, Laurence J Nicolson, Peter M Relph: Portable signal transfer unit. Nexan, Woodcock Washburn Kurtz Mackiewicz & Norris, September 17, 2002: US06450953 (129 worldwide citation)

A portable signal transfer unit for relaying a signal representative of physiological data of a mammalian subject from a remote physiological sensor to a remote receiver unit. The portable transfer unit includes an input device which operably receives the signal, a memory for buffering the signal, a ...


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William New, Andrea J Harry, Paul Johnson, Harpal S Kumar, William J Mullarkey, Laurence J Nicolson, John D Place, Adrian J Wilson: Physiological sensor array. Nexan Telemed, Woodcock Washburn Kurtz, MacKiewicz & Norris, November 29, 2001: US20010047127-A1

A physiological sensor device for attachment to a mammalian subject comprising an output transmitter, at least two physiological sensors each for sensing one of the subject's physiological parameters, and a controller operably in communication with the physiological sensors which controller communic ...


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William J MULLARKEY, Nicholas ST HILL: Signal processing method. dB RESEARCH, Patterson & Sheridan, May 14, 2009: US20090121920-A1

The invention concerns a method of signal processing which is applicable in particular to radar systems. The signal is first filtered, and then values of the filtered signal which in the time domain are below a base line level are clipped. The process is then iterated. The filter in question is of l ...