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Recent patents filed in New Hampshire

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Sunday, August 27, 2017

The following New Hampshire companies and individuals have recently been granted patents:

Hypertherm, Hanover, has been assigned a patent (9,736,918) developed by three co-inventors for an “electrode for a contact start plasma arc torch and contact start plasma arc torch employing such electrodes.” The co-inventors are Jonathan P. Mather, Grafton, Stephen T. Eickhoff, Hanover, and Jesse A. Roberts, Cornish. The patent application was filed on Oct. 18, 2016 (15/296,494).

Collision Communications, Portsmouth, has been assigned a patent (9,735,987) developed by three co-inventors for “methods, systems, and computer program products for determining a demodulation reference sequence for an intercell interfering signal received from a mobile device in a long term evolution communication system.” The co-inventors are Joseph Farkas, Merrimack, Sayak Bose, Nashua, and Brandon Hombs, Merrimack. The patent application was filed on April 25, 2014 (14/261,772).

BAE Systems Information and Electronic Systems Integration, Nashua, has been assigned a patent (9,733,448) developed by Steven P. Bibeault, Mason, for a flexure-based focus mechanism. The patent application was filed on Sept. 11, 2012 (13/610,072).

DEKA Products, Manchester, has been assigned a patent (9,730,813) developed by seven co-inventors for an arm prosthetic device. The co-inventors are Christopher O. Evans, Amherst, N. Christopher Perry, Manchester, Dirk A. van der Merwe, Canterbury, Keith D. Violette, Sandown, Stewart M. Coulter, Bedford, Thomas A. Doyon, Manchester, and David Blumberg Jr., Deerfield. The patent application was filed on March 16, 2015 (14/658,840).

DEKA Products, Manchester, has been assigned a patent (9,730,731) developed by three co-inventors for “craniofacial external distraction apparatus.” The co-inventors are Christopher C. Langenfeld, Nashua, Stanley B. Smith III, Raymond, and David E. Altobelli, Hollis. The patent application was filed on Feb. 27, 2014 (14/191,827).

Intrinsyk, Salem, has been assigned a patent (9,730,626) developed by three co-inventors for a “method and system for providing a single-use safety lancet.” The co-inventors are Paul Robert Fuller, Salem, James Keith Booker, Salem, and Thomas Ralph Gannon, Salem. The patent application was filed on Jan. 28, 2015 (14/607,729).

Ty-Flot, Manchester, has been assigned a patent (9,730,496) developed by two co-inventors for a lanyard end connector. The co-inventors are Darrell A. Moreau, Manchester, and Andre W. Moreau, Bedford. The patent application was filed on June 28, 2016 (15/195,228).

AT&T, Atlanta, has been assigned a patent (9,735,912) developed by seven co-inventors for a “method and apparatus for routing traffic using asymmetrical optical connections.” The co-inventors are Balagangadhar G. Bathula, Lawrenceville, New Jersey, Angela L. Chiu, Holmdel, New Jersey, Mark David Feuer, Colts Neck, New Jersey, Rakesh Kumar Sinha, Edison, New Jersey, John Lester Strand, Nashua, Sheryl Leigh Woodward, Holmdel, New Jersey, and Weiyi Zhang, New Brunswick, New Jersey. The patent application was filed on July 31, 2016 (15/224,578).

Boston Scientific Scimed, Maple Grove, Minn., has been assigned a patent (9,730,718) developed by three co-inventors for a “medical device with quick-release mechanism.” The co-inventors are James Black, Malibu, California, Jonathan Currier, Nashua, and Paul Barner, Valencia, California. The patent application was filed on March 10, 2014 (14/203,183).

Boston Scientific Scimed, Maple Grove, Minn., has been assigned a patent (9,730,603) developed by five co-inventors for a “medical devices for mapping cardiac tissue.” The co-inventors are Jacob I. Laughner, St. Paul, Minnesota, Shibaji Shome, Arden Hills, Minnesota, Paul Hultz, Brookline, Kevin J. Stalsberg, White Bear Lake, Minnesota, and Pramodsingh H. Thakur, Woodbury, Minn. The patent application was filed on June 19, 2015 (14/744,888).

Amazon Technologies, Seattle, has been assigned a patent (9,731,641) developed by three co-inventors for a “tilting platform for stability control.” The co-inventors are Peter Thomas Colantonio, North Andover, Mass., Allan Andrew Katz, Manchester, and Parris S. Wellman, Reading, Massachusetts. The patent application was filed on Jan. 27, 2017 (15/418,540).

Shavelogic, Dallas, has been assigned a patent (9,730,500) developed by four co-inventors for a shaving razor stand. The co-inventors are Craig A. Provost, Boston, Robert A. Wilson, Dallas, William E. Tucker, Attleboro, Mass., and John W. Griffin, Moultonborough. The patent application was filed on July 28, 2015 (14/811,539).

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