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Recent parents awarded to N.H. firms, individuals



Last modified: Sunday, December 20, 2015
Recent patents awarded to New Hampshire firms include:

Silicon Laboratories of Austin, Texas, has been assigned a patent (9,207,704) developed by two co-inventors for “glitchless clock switching that handles stopped clocks.” The co-inventors are William J. Anker, Londonderry, New Hampshire, and Srisai R. Seethamraju, Nashua, New Hampshire.The patent application was filed on Oct. 26, 2012 (13/662,165).

Texas Instruments of Dallas has been assigned a patent (9,209,700) developed by Richard L. Valley, Nashua, New Hampshire, for a “magnetic sensing technique for power supply systems.” The patent application was filed on April 30, 2013 (13/873,902).

BAE Systems Information & Electronic Systems Integration of Nashua has been assigned a patent (9,210,384) developed by Paul D. Zemany, Amherst, New Hampshire, for a “system and method for real time registration of images.” The patent application was filed on Aug. 20, 2013 (13/971,021).

Perry Securities of Pelham has been assigned a patent (9,208,493) developed by Daniel D. Perry Sr., Londonderry, New Hampshire, for a “credit card security system and method.” The patent application was filed on Jan. 24, 2013 (13/749,639).

SnoopWall of Nashua has been assigned a patent (9,208,349) developed by three co-inventors for “securing data gathering devices of a personal computing device while performing sensitive data gathering activities to prevent the misappropriation of personal user data gathered therewith.” The co-inventors are Gary S. Miliefsky, Nashua, New Hampshire, Ken Lichtenberger, Nashua, New Hampshire, and Christopher P. Gauthier, Nashua, New Hampshire. The patent application was filed on Jan. 13, 2015 (14/596,028).

BAE Systems Information & Electronic Systems Integration of Nashua has been assigned a patent (9,207,434) developed by Philip R. Staver, Wilton, New Hampshire, for a “dual-band passively athermal optical lens system.” The patent application was filed on Feb. 25, 2015 (14/631,075).

BAE Systems Information & Electronic Systems Integration of Nashua has been assigned a patent (9,207,051) developed by six co-inventors for an “apparatus for deploying stowed control surfaces of a projectile.” The co-inventors are Kenneth D. Cleveland, Hollis, New Hampshire, Amy Pietrzak, Londonderry, New Hampshire, Adam G. Butland, Hudson, New Hampshire, James H. Steenson Jr., New Boston, New Hampshire, David J. Schorr, Austin, Texas, and Joseph Borysthen-Tkacz, Essex, Massachusetts. The patent application was filed on June 12, 2015 (14/737,556).

Schul International of Pelham has been assigned a patent (9,206,596) developed by Steven R. Robinson, Windham, New Hampshire, for “expansion joint seal system.” The patent application was filed on March 10, 2015 (14/643,031).

Dartmouth College of Hanover has been assigned a patent (9,206,425) developed by three co-inventors for “methods for treating Niemann-Pick type C disease.” The co-inventors are Ta-Yuan Chang, Etna, New Hampshire, Catherine C.Y. Chang, Etna, New Hampshire, and Maximillian A. Rogers, White River Junction, Vermont. The patent application was filed on July 24, 2012 (14/235,482).

BAE Systems Information & Electronic Systems Integration of Nashua has been assigned a patent (9,205,517) developed by three co-inventors for an “advanced tactical line replaceable unit alignment system.” The co-inventors are Eric R. Ramsey, Derry, New Hampshire, Bradley J. Bell, Manchester, New Hampshire, and Tyler D. Forbes, Mont Vernon, New Hampshire. The patent application was filed on July 11, 2013 (13/940,002).

DEKA Products of Manchester has been assigned a patent (9,205,188) developed by three co-inventors for an infusion pump assembly. The co-inventors are Richard J. Lanigan, Concord, New Hampshire, Kevin L. Grant, Litchfield, New Hampshire, and Brian D. Tracey, Litchfield, New Hampshire. The patent application was filed on April 1, 2013 (13/854,307).

Dartmouth College of Hanover has been assigned a patent (9,205,113) developed by four co-inventors for “synthetic triterpenoids and methods for modulating stem/progenitor cell gene expression.” The co-inventors are Gordon W. Gribble, Lebanon, New Hampshire, Liangfeng Fu, West Lebanon, New Hampshire, Michael B. Sporn, Tunbridge, Vermont, and Karen T. Liby, West Lebanon, New Hampshire. The patent application was filed on May 7, 2013 (14/395,157).

Ceradyne of Salem has been assigned a patent (9,204,678) developed by two co-inventors for a helmet retention system. The co-inventors are Vasilios Brachos, North Andover, Massachusetts, and Vincent Borbone, Sandown, New Hampshire. The patent application was filed on Sept. 28, 2012 (13/629,788).

InvenSense of San Jose, California, has been assigned a patent (9,215,519) developed by Thomas Goida, Windham, New Hampshire, for “reduced footprint microphone system with spacer member having through-hole.” The patent application was filed on July 30, 2010 (12/847,682).

Adobe Systems of San Jose, California, has been assigned a patent (9,213,919) developed by four co-inventors for a “category histogram image representation.” The co-inventors are Zhe Lin, Fremont, California, Radomir Mech, Mountain View, California, Xiaohui Shen, San Jose, California, and Chen Fang, Hanover, New Hampshire.The patent application was filed on Feb. 13, 2014 (14/180,305).

BAE Systems Information & Electronic Systems Integration of Nashua has been assigned a patent (9,209,943) developed by four co-inventors for “control over network coding for enhanced radio transport optimization.” The co-inventors are Victor Firoiu, Westford, Massachusetts, Brian T. DeCleene, North Reading, Massachusetts, Gregory Lauer, Westford, Massachusetts, and Xinzhuo Shen, Littleton, Massachusetts. The patent application was filed on June 6, 2013 (13/911,631).

BAE Systems Information & Electronic Systems Integration of Nashua has been assigned a patent (9,207,328) developed by Robert D. Frey Jr., Bolton, Massachusetts, for a “system and method for determination of attitude for projectile.” The patent application was filed on June 21, 2011 (13/391,661).

Albany Engineered Composites of Rochester has been assigned a patent (9,205,494) developed by two co-inventors for “preform and method for reinforcing woven fiber nodes.” The co-inventors are Jonathan Goering, York, Maine, and Keith Edward Burgess, Georgetown, Maine. The patent application was filed on Jan. 6, 2014 (14/147,963).