Patents assigned to companies in region

The following patents were awarded to New Hampshire businesses or individuals from Sept. 24 to Oct. 1.

Dell

Dell Products, Round Rock, Texas, has been as­signed a patent (9,141,495) developed by two co-inventors for the "auto­matic failure recovery using snapshots and repli­cas." The co-inventors are Damon Hsu-Hung, Provi­dence, R.I., and Kannan Sasi, Nashua. The patent ap­plication was filed on March 12, 2013 (13/796,876).

AMI Research & Development

AMI Research & De­velopment, Windham, has been assigned a pat­ent (9,147,936) developed by four co-inventors for "low-profile, very wide bandwidth aircraft com­munications antennas using advanced ground-plane techniques." The co-inventors are John T. Apostolos, Lyndeborough, Judy Feng, Nashua, Wil­liam Mouyos, Windham and Benjamin McMahon, Nottingham.

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DEKA

DEKA Products, Man­chester, has been assigned a patent (9,146,564) devel­oped by three co-inventors for a product dispensing system. The co-inventors are Felix Winkler, Essex, Mass., Russell H. Beavis, Merrimack, and Eric J. VanWyk, Manchester. The patent application was filed on May 7, 2009 (12/437,356).

BAE

BAE Systems Informa­tion & Electronic Systems Integration, Nashua, has been assigned a patent (9,146,448) developed by two co-inventors for "cor­related control for close focus stereoscopic view­ing." The co-inventors are John Franzini, Hollis, and Matthew Robichaud, Low­ell, Mass. The patent appli­cation was filed on July 23, 2013 (13/948,526).

BAE Systems Informa­tion & Electronic Systems Integration, Nashua, has been assigned a patent (9,146,303) developed by three co-inventors for "fourier transform-based jamming techniques." The co-inventors are Jordan S. Chabinsky, Nashua, Jef­frey L. Jew, Brookline, and Philip Soletsky, Brookline. The patent application was filed on April 12, 2012 (13/444,912).

BAE Systems Informa­tion & Electronic Systems Integration, Nashua, has been assigned a patent (9,147,911) developed by Paul B. O’Sullivan, West­ford, Mass., for a "method of extending the shelf-life of a coin cell in an applica­tion requiring high pulse current." The patent appli­cation was filed on April 8, 2011 (13/377,914).

BAE Systems Informa­tion & Electronic Systems Integration, Nashua, has been assigned a patent (9,146,369) developed by four co-inventors for a "system for cross-axis management of conven­tional and fiber optic ca­bles." The co-inventors are Edward M. Kolvek, Merrimac, Mass., Dennis P. Bowler, Sudbury, Mass., Barry Lavoie, Lowell, Mass., and Gerard A. Es­posito, Chelmsford, Mass. The patent application was filed on Sept. 7, 2012 (13/606,158).

Symmetry Medical Manufacturing

Symmetry Medical Man­ufacturing, Warsaw, Ind., has been assigned a pat­ent (9,144,619) developed by three co-inventors for a "medical instrument ster­ilization system and meth­od." The co-inventors are Christopher Roy Duddy, Londonderry, Tony Foley, Manchester, and Gary T. Dane, Bow. The patent ap­plication was filed on Feb. 2, 2012 (13/364,670).

Optics 1

Optics 1, Bedford, has been assigned a patent (9,146,394) developed by Steven A. Brillhart, Ches­ter, for a "clip-on eye piece system for handheld and device-mounted digital im­agers." The patent applica­tion was filed on Nov. 24, 2013 (14/088,409).