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Recent patents issued in New Hampshire

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Sunday, July 09, 2017

The following New Hampshire companies were recently assigned patents with the U.S. Patent Office:

Collision Communications, Peterborough, has been assigned a patent (9,693,319) developed by four co-inventors for “methods systems, and computer program products for calibrating amplitude hardware-induced distortion in a long term evolution (LTE) communications system.” The co-inventors are Sagar Dhakal, Bedford; Joseph Farkas, Merrimack; Brandon Hombs, Merrimack; and Seyedmehdi S. Nokhodberiz, Nashua. The patent application was filed on May 11, 2015 (14/708,588).

Ardent Concepts, Hampton, has been assigned a patent (9,692,158) developed by two co-inventors for a “connector assembly for attaching cables to a planar electrical device.” The co-inventors are Gordon A. Vinther of Seabrook and Sergio Diaz of Cambridge, Mass. The patent application was filed on May 16, 2016 (15/156,238).

The University of New Hampshire, Durham, has been assigned a patent (9,689,064) developed by Dale P. Barkey of Lee for the “treatment of anodized aluminum components.” The patent application was filed on June 27, 2013 (13/929,318).

DEKA Products, Manchester, has been assigned a patent (9,687,602) developed by four co-inventors for a “method and system for shape-memory alloy wire control.” The co-inventors are Colin H. Murphy, Cambridge, Mass.; Dean Kamen, Bedford; John M. Kerwin, Manchester; and Larry B. Gray, Merrimack. The patent application was filed on Oct. 6, 2014 (14/507,484).

DEKA Products, Manchester, has been assigned a patent (9,687,417) developed by two co-inventors for a compounder apparatus. The co-inventors are Jason A. Demers of Manchester and Frederick Morgan of Canton, Mass. The patent application was filed on May 23, 2016 (15/161,876).

Citrix Systems, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., has been assigned a patent (9,690,401) developed by three co-inventors for a “method and system for maintaining aspect ratio on pointing devices.” The co-inventors are Jennifer Rachel Herbert, Cambridge, United Kingdom; Steven Meisner, Nashua; and Sheetal Harsh Puri, Cambridge, United Kingdom. The patent application was filed on March 24, 2014 (14/223,680).

The U.S. Department of Interior, Washington, has been assigned a patent (9,689,235) developed by Joseph D. Ayotte of Concord for a “safe, directional, drought-resistant dug well (SDDW).” The patent application was filed on Sept. 16, 2014 (14/488,097).

Sonus Networks, Westford, Mass., has been assigned a patent (9,692,774) developed by nine co-inventors for “real-time network attack detection and mitigation infrastructure.” The co-inventors are David Lapsley, North Andover, Mass.; Miri Mansur, Sugar Land, Texas; Jonathan Klotzbach, Cocoa, Fla.; Ti-yuan Dean Shu, Andover, Mass.; Sri Chary, Westford, Mass.; Joby Joseph, Nashua; Mark Topham, Andover, Mass.; Wassim Matragi, North Andover, Mass.; and Kenneth Dumble, Andover, Mass. The patent application was filed on March 3, 2016 (15/059,699).

EMC IP Holding, Hopkinton, Mass., has been assigned a patent (9,692,751) developed by three co-inventors for “user actuated release of a secret through an audio jack to authenticate the user.” The co-inventors are Robert T. Frohman, Hudson; Michael J. O’Malley, Lowell, Mass.; and Christopher W. Duane, Groton, Mass. The patent application was filed Sept. 29, 2014 (14/500,050).

Gyrus ACMI, Southborough, Mass., has been assigned a patent (9,692,036) developed by four co-inventors for a destructive battery closure. The co-inventors are Michael J. Bennett, Bartlett, Tenn.; Phillip A. Ryan, Memphis, Tenn.; Paul E. Yarbrough, Stanton, Texas; and Richard Roth, Brookline. The patent application was filed on May 4, 2015 (14/703,158).

Brooks Automation, Chelmsford, Mass., has been assigned a patent (9,691,651) developed by Matthew W. Coady, Hollis, for a “substrate handling system for aligning and orienting substrates during a transfer operation.” The patent application was filed on Nov. 25, 2013 (14/089,439).

Varian Semiconductor Equipment Associates, Gloucester, Mass., has been assigned a patent (9,691,584) developed by three co-inventors for an “ion source for enhanced ionization.” The co-inventors are Daniel R. Tieger, Manchester, Mass., Klaus Becker, Kensington, and Daniel Alvarado, Methuen, Mass. The patent application was filed on June 30, 2016 (15/198,723).

Monotype Imaging, Woburn, Mass., has been assigned a patent (9,691,169) developed by two co-inventors for compact font hinting. The co-inventors are Sampo Juhani Kaasila, Plaistow, and Thomas A. Rickner, Madison, Wisconsin. The patent application was filed on May 29, 2014 (14/290,473).

Tepha, Lexington, Mass., has been assigned a patent (9,687,585) developed by five co-inventors for “thermoformed poly-4-hydroxybutyrate medical implants.” The co-inventors are Matthew Bernasconi, Norwood, Mass., Dennis Connelly, Arlington, Mass., Said Rizk, Windham, David P. Martin, Arlington, Mass., and Simon F. Williams, Sherborn, Mass. The patent application was filed on Aug. 20, 2014 (14/464,105).

Veveo, Andover, Mass., has been assigned a patent (9,690,833) developed by six co-inventors for a “system and method for text disambiguation and context designation in incremental search.” The co-inventors are Rakesh Barve, Bangalore, India, Sashikumar Venkataraman, Andover, Mass., Murali Aravamudan, Andover, Mass., Manish Mohan Sharma, Ghaziabad, India, Pankaj Garg, Patiala, India, and Sankar Ardhanari, Windham. The patent application was filed on May 26, 2016 (15/166,118).

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