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AirWatch is a provider of enterprise-grade Mobile Device Management, Mobile application management, mobile content management, email, and security management solutions. The company has developed mobile device management software that enables users to manage any device, anywhere in the world, throughout the full lifecycle. AirWatch has applied the same concept to managing the apps and content on mobile devices, providing a complete mobility management solution in a single console.

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1155 Perimeter Center West Suite 100

Atlanta, Georgia, 30338,

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404-478-7500

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Dallas Invents: 149 Patents Granted for Week of Aug 3

Aug 18, 2021

9 for patent activity out of 250 metros. Patents granted include: •  Allied Bioscience's antimicrobial coatings for medical implements and devices •  Anametric's system for quantum coherence preservation of qubits •  Capital One's behavioral data analytics platform •  Golabs' hoverboard •  Smurfit Kappa North America's cold chain packaging •  Solar Hardscapes' landscape pavers for ground installation of photovoltaic panels •  Ventamatic's climate smart fan ventilation U.S. Patent No. D926902, Hoverboard, was assigned to GoLabs Inc. Dallas Invents is a weekly look at U.S. patents granted with a connection to the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington metro area. Listings include patents granted to local assignees and/or those with a North Texas inventor. Patent activity can be an indicator of future economic growth, as well as the development of emerging markets and talent attraction. By tracking both inventors and assignees in the region, we aim to provide a broader view of the region’s inventive activity. Listings are organized by Cooperative Patent Classification (CPC). THIS WEEK, BY THE NUMBERS Week of Aug. 3, 2021 | Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington (19100)  149 patents granted     NO. OF PATENTS BY CLASSIFICATION A: HUMAN NECESSITIES 9 C: CHEMISTRY; METALLURGY 2 G: PHYSICS 50 Texas Instruments Inc. (Dallas) 28 SanDisk Technologies LLC (Addison) 17 Textron Innovations Inc. (Providence, RI) 6 Bank of America Corporation (Charlotte, NC) 4 AT&T Intellectual Properties (Atlanta, GA) 4 Futurewei Technologies Inc. (Plano) 4 Toyota Motor Engineering (Plano) 4 Capital One Services LLC (McLean, VA) 3 Halliburton Energy Services Inc. (Houston) 3 UNASSIGNED 10 Daniel Bryan Robertson (Southlake) 2 Kirk Landon Groninga (Keller) 2 Lonnie Burrow (Carrollton) 2 Patrick N. Lawrence (Plano) 2 Steven Ray Ivans (Ponder) 2 Don’t miss Dallas Invents: Sign up for the Dallas Innovates e-newsletter. Patent information is provided by Joe Chiarella, founder of patent analytics company Patent Index and publisher of  The Inventiveness Index . UTILITY PATENTS Hook and lattice adjustable wreath hanger Assignee(s): UNASSIGNED Application No., Date, Speed: 16705513 on 12/06/2019 (606 days app to issue) Abstract: An adjustable over-the-door hanger for suspending an item at a desired vertical location with respect to the door. A fixed hanger part includes a hanger for engaging over an upper edge of the door. The fixed hanger part has plural rows of holes and plural columns of holes and plural hook members. An adjustable hook part of the over-the-door hanger has a hook for hanging a decorative item therefrom. The adjustable hook part further includes plural rows and plural columns of holes and plural hook members. The fixed hanger part and the adjustable hook part are engaged together by engaging the hook members of the fixed hanger part extension strip with the holes of the adjustable hook part extension strip, and vice versa. The vertical adjustment of both the hook and thus the decorative item is obtained by selecting which holes in a row are to be used for insertion of the respective hook members. A stopper can be employed to maintain the parts engaged together. [A01G] HORTICULTURE; CULTIVATION OF VEGETABLES, FLOWERS, RICE, FRUIT, VINES, HOPS, OR SEAWEED; FORESTRY; WATERING (picking of fruits, vegetables, hops, or the like A01D 46/00; plant reproduction by tissue culture techniques A01H 4/00; devices for topping or skinning onions or flower bulbs A23N 15/08; propagating unicellular algae C12N 1/12; plant cell culture C12N 5/00) Hook and loop artificial muscles Assignee(s): LINTEC OF AMERICA, INC. (Richardson, TX) Law Firm: Greenblum Bernstein P.L.C. (1 non-local offices) Application No., Date, Speed: 16556863 on 08/30/2019 (704 days app to issue) Abstract: A method for manufacturing a separable artificial muscle fastener includes: securing one or more muscle loops of an artificial muscle fiber to a substrate such that at least a portion of the one or more muscle loops extends out from the substrate; annealing the artificial muscle fiber to retain the one or more muscle loops; and cutting and removing a portion of the one or more muscle loops to transform the one or more muscle loops into one or more muscle hooks. When the one or more muscle hooks are engaged with one or more holders, actuating the one or more muscle hooks disengages the one or more muscle hooks from the one or more holders. [A44B] BUTTONS, PINS, BUCKLES, SLIDE FASTENERS, OR THE LIKE (fastenings specially adapted for footwear A43C) Container and stand for a portable device Assignee(s): Microendoscopic Spine Institute, LLC (Dallas, TX) Law Firm: No Counsel Application No., Date, Speed: 16051692 on 08/01/2018 (1098 days app to issue) Abstract: Instrumentation for microendoscopic surgery comprises a retractor system including a navigated initial probe, nested retractors and a navigated final tubular retractor defining an interior passage extending between a proximal end and a distal working end. A multi-planar navigation marker including a plurality of spaced-apart, radiopaque marker bodies can be mounted to the tubular retractor at a predetermined multi-planar spatial and rotational relation to the distal working end. The retractor can optionally include systems for fluid irrigation and suction with differential activation allows for the option of maintaining a dry surgical field or a submerged surgical field depending on the surgeon”s preference during various portions of the procedure. The instrumentation can also include a camera for direct viewing and navigated burrs and/or navigated osteotomes, which allow the surgeon to use direct visualization and/or information from instrument localization on multi-planar images depending on surgeon facility resources. [A61B] DIAGNOSIS; SURGERY; IDENTIFICATION (analysing biological material G01N, e.g. G01N 33/48) Payment terminal sanitizing device Assignee(s): UNASSIGNED Application No., Date, Speed: 17208311 on 03/22/2021 (134 days app to issue) Abstract: A payment terminal sanitizing device includes a housing having a base member configured to removably secure to a payment terminal. The base member includes tabs and slots that engage corresponding tabs and slots on the payment terminal. A top cover is removably secured to the base member. The sides of the top cover and base member curve outwardly to form an interior volume between the top cover and base portion. The interior volume includes a plurality of brackets configured to support individual UV lights that are positioned on opposing sides of the interior of the housing. The UV lights are operably connected to a power source, such as a wall outlet, for example. The UV lights are oriented such that they illuminate or irradiate the input mechanisms of the payment terminal, in order to prevent the spread of germs between individual users of the payment terminal. [A61L] METHODS OR APPARATUS FOR STERILISING MATERIALS OR OBJECTS IN GENERAL; DISINFECTION, STERILISATION, OR DEODORISATION OF AIR; CHEMICAL ASPECTS OF BANDAGES, DRESSINGS, ABSORBENT PADS, OR SURGICAL ARTICLES; MATERIALS FOR BANDAGES, DRESSINGS, ABSORBENT PADS, OR SURGICAL ARTICLES (preservation of bodies or disinfecting characterised by the agent employed A01N; preserving, e.g. sterilising, food or foodstuffs A23; preparations for medical, dental or toilet purposes A61K) [4] Antimicrobial coatings for medical implements and medical devices Inventor(s): Craig Grossman (Point Roberts, WA), Daniel Moros (New York, NY), Gavri Grossman (Point Roberts, WA), Jie Fang (Delta, , CA), Misagh Alipour (Surrey, , CA) Assignee(s): ALLIED BIOSCIENCE, INC. (Plano, TX) Law Firm: Snell Wilmer L.L.P. (5 non-local offices) Application No., Date, Speed: 15938417 on 03/28/2018 (1224 days app to issue) Abstract: The present disclosure provides antimicrobial coating compositions that are used to form residual antimicrobial coatings on medical implements and medical devices including the components of medical equipment such as CPAP/BiPAP machines. Antimicrobial coating compositions comprise at least one of an organosilane (R[superscript]1[/superscript]O)[subscript]3[/subscript]SiR[superscript]2[/superscript]Z, an organic amine R[superscript]9[/superscript]R[superscript]10[/superscript]R[superscript]11[/superscript]N, a titanium (IV) species, a 1,2-diol, an -hydroxy acid, -hydroxy acid, and an organosilane grafted parylene polymer, wherein R[superscript]1 [/superscript]is H, alkyl, substituted alkyl, aryl or substituted aryl, R[superscript]2 [/superscript]is a bivalent linker, Z is a nucleophile, leaving group, or quaternary nitrogen substituent, and R[superscript]9[/superscript], R[superscript]10[/superscript], and R[superscript]11 [/superscript]are independently H, alkyl, substituted alkyl, aryl, substituted aryl or cyclic. [A61L] METHODS OR APPARATUS FOR STERILISING MATERIALS OR OBJECTS IN GENERAL; DISINFECTION, STERILISATION, OR DEODORISATION OF AIR; CHEMICAL ASPECTS OF BANDAGES, DRESSINGS, ABSORBENT PADS, OR SURGICAL ARTICLES; MATERIALS FOR BANDAGES, DRESSINGS, ABSORBENT PADS, OR SURGICAL ARTICLES (preservation of bodies or disinfecting characterised by the agent employed A01N; preserving, e.g. sterilising, food or foodstuffs A23; preparations for medical, dental or toilet purposes A61K) [4] High flow therapy with built-in oxygen concentrator Assignee(s): Vapotherm, Inc. (Exeter, NH) Law Firm: White Case LLP (5 non-local offices) Application No., Date, Speed: 15251185 on 08/30/2016 (1799 days app to issue) Abstract: Apparatus and methods for delivering a heated and humidified mixture of oxygen and air are provided. The apparatus includes an air compressor and oxygen concentrator enclosed in the housing of a vapor transfer system. The air compressor supplies air at a first pressure to a gas inlet. The oxygen concentrator provides oxygen at a second pressure to the gas inlet. The oxygen concentrator and the air compressor are in fluid communication and are configured such that the first pressure of the compressed air and the second pressure of the oxygen are about equal. The apparatus includes a vapor transfer system having a gas passage, a liquid passage having heated liquid and vapor, and a membrane that separates the gas passage and liquid passage. The membrane is positioned to transfer vapor from the liquid passage to the gas passage. [A61M] DEVICES FOR INTRODUCING MEDIA INTO, OR ONTO, THE BODY (introducing media into or onto the bodies of animals A61D 7/00; means for inserting tampons A61F 13/26; devices for administering food or medicines orally A61J; containers for collecting, storing or administering blood or medical fluids A61J 1/05); DEVICES FOR TRANSDUCING BODY MEDIA OR FOR TAKING MEDIA FROM THE BODY (surgery A61B; chemical aspects of surgical articles A61L; magnetotherapy using magnetic elements placed within the body A61N 2/10); DEVICES FOR PRODUCING OR ENDING SLEEP OR STUPOR [5] Non-occluding balloon for cardiovascular drug delivery Assignee(s): ANLVR, LLC (Plano, TX) Law Firm: No Counsel Application No., Date, Speed: 16148221 on 10/01/2018 (1037 days app to issue) Abstract: A non-occluding drug-coated balloon catheter device for use in a blood vessel transporting blood comprises a catheter shaft including a guidewire lumen, a fluid lumen and a connector port. A balloon is mounted on the catheter shaft and includes an outer envelope surrounding the guidewire lumen in fluid communication with the fluid lumen; a drug coating applied on the exterior surface of the outer envelope; and at least one bypass lumen forming a passage extending from the proximal end of the outer envelope to the distal end of the outer envelope. When the balloon is positioned in a blood vessel and inflated, the exterior surface of the outer envelope presses the drug coating against the blood vessel and the bypass lumen is open between the distal end of the outer envelope and the proximal end of the outer envelope such that blood transport continues through the bypass lumen. [A61M] DEVICES FOR INTRODUCING MEDIA INTO, OR ONTO, THE BODY (introducing media into or onto the bodies of animals A61D 7/00; means for inserting tampons A61F 13/26; devices for administering food or medicines orally A61J; containers for collecting, storing or administering blood or medical fluids A61J 1/05); DEVICES FOR TRANSDUCING BODY MEDIA OR FOR TAKING MEDIA FROM THE BODY (surgery A61B; chemical aspects of surgical articles A61L; magnetotherapy using magnetic elements placed within the body A61N 2/10); DEVICES FOR PRODUCING OR ENDING SLEEP OR STUPOR [5]   O P E R A T I O N S  &  T R A N S P O R T Separated gas stream point of use abatement device Assignee(s): HIGHVAC CORPORATION (Colorado Springs, CO) Law Firm: Moser Taboada (1 non-local offices) Application No., Date, Speed: 16412384 on 05/14/2019 (812 days app to issue) Abstract: Embodiments of point-of-use (POU) abatement device and methods of abating a plurality of gas streams from a corresponding plurality of processing chambers are provided herein. In some embodiments, a compact POU abatement device includes a plurality of inlets respectively coupled to a plurality of process chambers in which each of the process chambers gas streams is isolated from the other gas streams. In some embodiments, the compact POU abatement device can include a plurality of oxidation devices and a corresponding plurality of wet scrubber columns each directly coupled to ones of the plurality of inlets to receive a gas stream from a corresponding process chamber. [B01D] SEPARATION (separating solids from solids by wet methods B03B, B03D, by pneumatic jigs or tables B03B, by other dry methods B07; magnetic or electrostatic separation of solid materials from solid materials or fluids, separation by high-voltage electric fields B03C; centrifuges B04B; vortex apparatus B04C; presses per se for squeezing-out liquid from liquid-containing material B30B 9/02) [5] Shaving systems Inventor(s): Craig A. Provost (Newport Beach, CA), John W. Griffin (Moultonborough, NH), William E. Tucker (Plymouth, MA) Assignee(s): SHAVELOGIC, INC. (Dallas, TX) Law Firm: Leber IP Law (2 non-local offices) Application No., Date, Speed: 16698605 on 11/27/2019 (615 days app to issue) Abstract: Shaving assemblies are disclosed that include a blade unit, an interface element configured to connect the blade unit to a handle, on which the blade unit is pivotably mounted, and a return element disposed between the blade unit and interface element. The return element serves as interface piece, connector and pivot all in one. Shaving systems including such shaving assemblies are also disclosed, as are methods of using such shaving systems. [B26B] HAND-HELD CUTTING TOOLS NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR (for harvesting A01D; for horticulture, for forestry A01G; for butchering or meat treatment A22; for manufacturing or repairing footwear A43D; nail clippers or cutters A45D 29/02; kitchen equipment A47J; for surgical purposes A61B 17/00; for metal B23D; cutting by abrasive fluid jets B24C 5/02; plier-like tools with cutting edges B25B 7/22; pincers B25C 11/02; handles for hand implements, in general B25G; guillotine-type cutters B26D; for erasing B43L 19/00; for textile materials D06H) Concrete picket fence replacement Assignee(s): UNASSIGNED Application No., Date, Speed: 16506428 on 07/09/2019 (756 days app to issue) Abstract: Concrete Picket Fence Replacement is an innovative upgrade to designer and durable fencing, comprising the strength of concrete, steel, and stone to create a series of interlocking panels, capable of resisting the destructive forces of wind, water, fire, and deterioration from insects and animals. In preferred embodiments, a strong matrix of Concrete Picket Fence boards are adhered vertically along a horizontal metal pipe by welding metal points of contact, creating a solid fence panel anchored to the ground by metal fence posts secured by concrete. To date, concrete and steel have not been combined in such fashion. The return will be a conservation of trees and lower costs due to loss, theft, and replacement cost. [B28B] SHAPING CLAY OR OTHER CERAMIC COMPOSITIONS, SLAG OR MIXTURES CONTAINING CEMENTITIOUS MATERIAL, e.g. PLASTER (foundry moulding B22C; working stone or stone-like material B28D; shaping of substances in a plastic state, in general B29C; making layered products not composed wholly of these substances B32B; shaping in situ, see the relevant classes of section E) Assembly fixture with anisotropic thermal properties Inventor(s): David G. Carlson (North Richland Hills, TX), Douglas K. Wolfe (Denton, TX), James A. Cordell (Azle, TX) Assignee(s): Bell Helicopter Textron Inc. (Fort Worth, TX) Law Firm: Patent Capital Group (Local + 6 other metros) Application No., Date, Speed: 16814622 on 03/10/2020 (511 days app to issue) Abstract: In one embodiment, an assembly fixture may include a base structure including a plurality of strands of a fiber-reinforced thermoplastic material comprising a thermoplastic embedded with a plurality of reinforcement fibers, wherein the plurality of reinforcement fibers is aligned within each strand of the plurality of strands, and wherein the base structure further comprises an anisotropic thermal expansion property based on an orientation of the plurality of reinforcement fibers within the base structure, The assembly fixture may further include a plurality of fastening structures coupled to the base structure, wherein the plurality of fastening structures is configured to fasten a plurality of components of a composite structure for assembly using a heated bonding process. [B29C] SHAPING OR JOINING OF PLASTICS; SHAPING OF MATERIAL IN A PLASTIC STATE, NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR; AFTER-TREATMENT OF THE SHAPED PRODUCTS, e.g. REPAIRING (making preforms B29B 11/00; making laminated products by combining previously unconnected layers which become one product whose layers will remain together B32B 37/00-B32B 41/00) [4] Method for repairing a composite part Assignee(s): Textron Innovations Inc. (Providence, RI) Law Firm: Lightfoot Alford PLLC (1 non-local offices) Application No., Date, Speed: 16566580 on 09/10/2019 (693 days app to issue) Abstract: A method for repairing damage to a composite part includes creating an aperture through the composite part and preparing the surfaces surrounding the aperture on both sides of the part; inserting a plurality of resin impregnated fibers through the aperture and spreading the end portions of the plurality of fibers radially against the prepared surfaces on both sides of the part; and maintaining contact of the plurality of fibers with the prepared surfaces while the resin cures. [B29C] SHAPING OR JOINING OF PLASTICS; SHAPING OF MATERIAL IN A PLASTIC STATE, NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR; AFTER-TREATMENT OF THE SHAPED PRODUCTS, e.g. REPAIRING (making preforms B29B 11/00; making laminated products by combining previously unconnected layers which become one product whose layers will remain together B32B 37/00-B32B 41/00) [4] Auto rack car conversions and deck adjustments Inventor(s): Brant R. McGhee (Arlington, TX), Jerry W. Vande Sande (Dallas, TX), Kenneth W. Huck (Fairview, TX) Assignee(s): TRINITY NORTH AMERICAN FREIGHT CAR, INC. (Dallas, TX) Law Firm: Baker Botts, LLP (Local + 6 other metros) Application No., Date, Speed: 16550635 on 08/26/2019 (708 days app to issue) Abstract: An apparatus includes a panel, a fastener, and a cushion. The panel is coupled to a side of a railcar. The fastener engages the panel. A vertical position of the fastener on the panel is adjustable. The cushion is coupled to the fastener. The cushion extends from the side of the railcar towards an interior of the railcar and prevents the side of the railcar from contacting an object stored in the railcar. [B61D] BODY DETAILS OR KINDS OF RAILWAY VEHICLES (vehicles in general B60; adaptation of vehicles to special systems B61B; underframes B61F) Fluid delivery device Assignee(s): Textron Innovations Inc. (Providence, RI) Law Firm: Lightfoot Alford PLLC (1 non-local offices) Application No., Date, Speed: 15874967 on 01/19/2018 (1292 days app to issue) Abstract: A fluid delivery device includes a body and a reed. The body has a primary inflow passage, a secondary inflow passage, and an outflow passage. The reed is disposed at least partially within the body. The reed is configured to move to a first position when a fluid flows from the primary inflow passage and move to a second position when the fluid flows from the secondary inflow passage. [B64C] AEROPLANES; HELICOPTERS (air-cushion vehicles B60V) Low observable aircraft having tandem lateral lift fans Inventor(s): Daniel Bryan Robertson (Southlake, TX), Kirk Landon Groninga (Keller, TX), Matthew Edward Louis (Fort Worth, TX), Steven Ray Ivans (Ponder, TX) Assignee(s): Textron Innovations Inc. (Providence, RI) Law Firm: Lawrence Youst PLLC (Local) Application No., Date, Speed: 16833619 on 03/29/2020 (492 days app to issue) Abstract: An aircraft operable to transition between thrust-borne lift in a VTOL orientation and wing-borne lift in a forward flight orientation. The aircraft has a blended wing body and includes an engine, a binary lift fan system, a forced air bypass system and an exhaust system. The engine has a turboshaft mode and a turbofan mode. The lift fan system includes a plurality of ducted fans in a tandem lateral orientation. In the VTOL orientation of the aircraft, the engine is in the turboshaft mode coupled to the lift fan system such that the engine provides rotational energy to the ducted fans generating the thrust-borne lift. In the forward flight orientation of the aircraft, the engine is in the turbofan mode coupled to the forced air bypass system such that the bypass air combines with the engine exhaust in the exhaust system to provide forward thrust generating the wing-borne lift. [B64C] AEROPLANES; HELICOPTERS (air-cushion vehicles B60V) Propulsion systems for low observable aircraft Inventor(s): Daniel Bryan Robertson (Southlake, TX), Kirk Landon Groninga (Keller, TX), Matthew Edward Louis (Fort Worth, TX), Steven Ray Ivans (Ponder, TX) Assignee(s): Textron Innovations Inc. (Providence, RI) Law Firm: Lawrence Youst PLLC (Local) Application No., Date, Speed: 16833621 on 03/29/2020 (492 days app to issue) Abstract: A propulsion system for an aircraft operable to transition between thrust-borne lift in a VTOL orientation and wing-borne lift in a forward flight orientation. The propulsion system includes an turboshaft engine, a lift fan system, a forced air bypass system and an exhaust system. The engine has a turboshaft mode and a turbofan mode. The lift fan system includes at least one ducted fan. In the VTOL orientation of the aircraft, the engine is in the turboshaft mode coupled to the lift fan system such that the engine provides rotational energy to the at least one ducted fan generating the thrust-borne lift. In the forward flight orientation of the aircraft, the engine is in the turbofan mode coupled to the forced air bypass system such that the bypass air combines with the engine exhaust in the exhaust system to provide forward thrust generating the wing-borne lift. [B64C] AEROPLANES; HELICOPTERS (air-cushion vehicles B60V) Selectable barrier filtration system Inventor(s): Bradley Robert Henson (Mansfield, TX), David Haynes (Arlington, TX), David L. Miller (North Richland Hills, TX), Thomas Dewey Parsons (Fort Worth, TX) Assignee(s): Textron Innovations Inc. (Providence, RI) Law Firm: Lightfoot Alford PLLC (1 non-local offices) Application No., Date, Speed: 15878075 on 01/23/2018 (1288 days app to issue) Abstract: An air intake system (AIS) has a plenum and an inlet barrier filter associated with the plenum, through which air can selectively enter the plenum. The AIS also has an inlet duct associated with the plenum, through which air can selectively enter the plenum. The AIS also has a bypass door associated with the inlet duct, the bypass door being configured to selectively change an amount of air allowed to pass through the inlet duct. The AIS also has a filter airflow change device configured to change an amount of airflow allowed through the inlet barrier filter. [B64D] EQUIPMENT FOR FITTING IN OR TO AIRCRAFT; FLYING SUITS; PARACHUTES; ARRANGEMENTS OR MOUNTING OF POWER PLANTS OR PROPULSION TRANSMISSIONS IN AIRCRAFT Cold chain packaging Inventor(s): Gregory Vorce Hall (Dallas, TX), Jeroen Joop Dankbaar (Dallas, TX), Rafael Gonzalez Rosas (San Ysidro, CA), Renuka Deshpande (Rowland Heights, CA) Assignee(s): Smurfit Kappa North America LLC (Irving, TX) Law Firm: Baker Botts L.L.P. (Local + 8 other metros) Application No., Date, Speed: 16287068 on 02/27/2019 (888 days app to issue) Abstract: An insulating insert for a packaging system includes six pockets and multiple sealed dividers. The six pockets are rectangular in shape and are each filled with an insulating material. The six pockets include a bottom pocket configured to contact a bottom inside surface of a box, four side pockets each configured to contact a respective side inside surface of the box, and a top pocket configured to contact a top inside surface of the box when the insulating insert is placed into the box. Each sealed divider is located between two adjacent pockets. The sealed dividers provide fold locations to permit the insulating insert to be folded and installed within the box so that each of the six pockets contacts a respective inside surface of the box. [B65D] CONTAINERS FOR STORAGE OR TRANSPORT OF ARTICLES OR MATERIALS, e.g. BAGS, BARRELS, BOTTLES, BOXES, CANS, CARTONS, CRATES, DRUMS, JARS, TANKS, HOPPERS, FORWARDING CONTAINERS; ACCESSORIES, CLOSURES, OR FITTINGS THEREFOR; PACKAGING ELEMENTS; PACKAGES Cap for refillable tote Assignee(s): NCH Corporation (Irving, TX) Law Firm: Ramey and Schwaller, LLP (no location found) Application No., Date, Speed: 15883217 on 07/29/2016 (1831 days app to issue) Abstract: A cap with refill capability and the ability to track various aspects of the tote, cap, and equipment has been developed for use on chemical totes. It provides the ability to refill the tote without removing the cap and remove water from the fluid and air in the hose. [B65D] CONTAINERS FOR STORAGE OR TRANSPORT OF ARTICLES OR MATERIALS, e.g. BAGS, BARRELS, BOTTLES, BOXES, CANS, CARTONS, CRATES, DRUMS, JARS, TANKS, HOPPERS, FORWARDING CONTAINERS; ACCESSORIES, CLOSURES, OR FITTINGS THEREFOR; PACKAGING ELEMENTS; PACKAGES Automatic assembly of glueless pocketed spring units Assignee(s): UNASSIGNED Application No., Date, Speed: 15864576 on 01/08/2018 (1303 days app to issue) Abstract: Methods and systems for no-glue pocketed spring unit construction. Rows of pocketed springs modules, comprising more than two pocketed springs surrounding a central hole, can be automatically loaded onto an assembler; pocketed spring-surrounded openings can be automatically aligned with welding phalanges; and probe/anvil welding pairs can be inserted into modules in different rows of modules, closed around polymer pocket fabric, and activated to weld rows of modules together without glue; without a user manually loading rows of modules onto the assembler. [B68G] METHODS, EQUIPMENT, OR MACHINES FOR USE IN UPHOLSTERING; UPHOLSTERY NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR   C H E M I S T R Y & M E T A L L U R G Y 2,2-difluoropropionamide derivatives of bardoxolone methyl, polymorphic forms and methods of use thereof Assignee(s): Solar Hardscapes, LLC (Dallas, TX) Law Firm: The Culbertson Group, P.C. (1 non-local offices) Application No., Date, Speed: 16803898 on 02/27/2020 (523 days app to issue) Abstract: A landscape paver includes a PV panel and a frame. The PV panel includes one or more PV cells and is operable to provide electrical power at a panel output terminal in response to operating light incident on a panel upper surface. The frame extends along the panel peripheral edge and defines a frame inside surface which, together with a lower panel surface, defines a base volume. A molded base material is located in the base volume. A light-transmissive paver cover material extends over the panel first surface and over at least a portion of a frame outside surface which faces away from the base volume. The landscape paver may be incorporated in a landscape installation and connected with other such pavers in the installation to provide a ground mounted PV panel array which also functions as a hardscape such as a walkway or patio. [E01C] CONSTRUCTION OF, OR SURFACES FOR, ROADS, SPORTS GROUNDS, OR THE LIKE; MACHINES OR AUXILIARY TOOLS FOR CONSTRUCTION OR REPAIR (forming road or like surfaces by compacting or grading snow or ice E01H) Applying a release material to a shingle during manufacturing Assignee(s): TAMKO Building Products LLC (Galena, KS) Law Firm: Cochran Freund Young LLC (3 non-local offices) Application No., Date, Speed: 16288470 on 02/28/2019 (887 days app to issue) Abstract: Disclosed is a release material that can be applied as a liquid, gel, emulsion, foam, etc. in a shingle manufacturing line. The release material can also be used in the manufacturing of roll roofing. The release material primarily constitutes an emulsion of polymers that can be cured with heat, IR light or other methods. Silicone may also be included in the emulsion which assists in releasability. The release material can be sprayed or extruded on to the surface of the shingle in an automated fashion, eliminating the necessity for operator interaction. [E04D] ROOF COVERINGS; SKY-LIGHTS; GUTTERS; ROOF-WORKING TOOLS (coverings of outer walls by plaster or other porous material E04F 13/00) Variable hinge and method of adjusting the same Assignee(s): BOBRICK WASHROOM EQUIPMENT, INC. (North Hollywood, CA) Law Firm: Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie LLP (6 non-local offices) Application No., Date, Speed: 15873818 on 01/17/2018 (1294 days app to issue) Abstract: A hinge includes a first hinge member including a first barrel, a second hinge member including a first end barrel opposite a second end barrel, a spring having a first axially extending end and a second axially extending end opposite the first axially extending end, a spring tensioner having a first depression for receiving the first axially extending end of the spring and a second depression for receiving a driver. A retainer is coupled to the spring tensioner and includes an opening that is penetrable by the driver when the driver is being received in the second depression. A method of adjusting the hinge includes compressing an end of the spring and twisting the same. [E05D] HINGES OR OTHER SUSPENSION DEVICES FOR DOORS, WINDOWS, OR WINGS (pivotal connections in general F16C 11/00) Pressure equalization apparatus and associated systems and methods Assignee(s): Halliburton Energy Services, Inc. (Houston, TX) Law Firm: Locke Lord LLP (Local + 12 other metros) Application No., Date, Speed: 16152623 on 10/05/2018 (1033 days app to issue) Abstract: A pressure equalization apparatus can include separate longitudinal bores which form a continuous flowpath, the flowpath alternating direction between the bores, and the bores being interconnected at opposite ends thereof. A well system can include a well tool with a chamber therein containing an assembly in a dielectric fluid, and a pressure equalization apparatus including a flowpath having one end connected to the chamber, and the other end connected to a source of a another fluid, the flowpath extending in opposite directions between the flowpath ends through multiple separate bores. A method of installing a well tool can include attaching a mandrel to the well tool, then lowering the well tool at least partially into the well suspended from the mandrel, and then securing a pressure equalization apparatus to the mandrel, a flowpath of the apparatus being connected to a chamber of the well tool containing an assembly. [E21B] EARTH OR ROCK DRILLING (mining, quarrying E21C; making shafts, driving galleries or tunnels E21D); OBTAINING OIL, GAS, WATER, SOLUBLE OR MELTABLE MATERIALS OR A SLURRY OF MINERALS FROM WELLS [5] Hydraulically activated setting tool and method Inventor(s): David Wesson (Ft. Worth, TX), Jeremy Castaneda (Weatherford, TX), Kevin George (Cleburne, TX), Michael Wroblicky (Weatherford, TX), Robert Davis (Joshua, TX), Wayne Rosenthal (Cleburne, TX) Assignee(s): GEODYNAMICS, INC. (Millsap, TX) Law Firm: Patent Portfolio Builders PLLC (4 non-local offices) Application No., Date, Speed: 16675649 on 11/06/2019 (636 days app to issue) Abstract: A sub connects a gun string to a hydraulically activated setting tool for setting an auxiliary tool in a well. The sub includes a housing that prevents a well fluid from entering inside the housing; a plug that covers a hole made in a wall of the housing; and an explosive mechanism located inside the housing and configured to break the plug to open the hole to achieve fluid communication between an outside and the inside of the sub. [E21B] EARTH OR ROCK DRILLING (mining, quarrying E21C; making shafts, driving galleries or tunnels E21D); OBTAINING OIL, GAS, WATER, SOLUBLE OR MELTABLE MATERIALS OR A SLURRY OF MINERALS FROM WELLS [5] Method and apparatus for introducing a junction assembly including a transition joint and a load transfer device Assignee(s): Halliburton Energy Services, Inc. (Houston, TX) Law Firm: McGuireWoods LLP (Local + 9 other metros) Application No., Date, Speed: 16478443 on 07/25/2018 (1105 days app to issue) Abstract: A junction system to line a lateral wellbore can include a junction assembly and a running tool. The junction assembly can include an anchor, a transition joint, a load transfer device, and a lateral liner. The running tool assembly can be configured to extend within a central bore of the junction assembly. The running tool assembly can include a setting tool to set the anchor and a locking device to permit transfer of axial or rotational force between the lateral liner and a work string. [E21B] EARTH OR ROCK DRILLING (mining, quarrying E21C; making shafts, driving galleries or tunnels E21D); OBTAINING OIL, GAS, WATER, SOLUBLE OR MELTABLE MATERIALS OR A SLURRY OF MINERALS FROM WELLS [5] Annular volume filler for perforating gun Assignee(s): Halliburton Energy Services, Inc. (Houston, TX) Law Firm: Haynes and Boone, LLP (Local + 13 other metros) Application No., Date, Speed: 16509806 on 07/12/2019 (753 days app to issue) Abstract: An apparatus and method according to which a perforating gun includes a volume fill body. The volume fill body is positioned in the space between a charge tube and a carrier tube. The fill body occupies at least part, and sometimes all, of the free volume space between the charge tube and carrier tube thereby reducing the free volume space. In certain downhole applications, large free volume space can lead to significant reductions in wellbore pressure, causing dynamic underbalance, which is undesirable. The presence of the volume fill body prevents, or at least reduces, dynamic underbalance and its effects. Also, the volume fill body aligns the charge tube with the carrier tube, further assisting perforation. [E21B] EARTH OR ROCK DRILLING (mining, quarrying E21C; making shafts, driving galleries or tunnels E21D); OBTAINING OIL, GAS, WATER, SOLUBLE OR MELTABLE MATERIALS OR A SLURRY OF MINERALS FROM WELLS [5] Integrated perforating gun and setting tool system and method Assignee(s): GEODYNAMICS, INC. (Millsap, TX) Law Firm: Patent Portfolio Builders PLLC (4 non-local offices) Application No., Date, Speed: 16437144 on 06/11/2019 (784 days app to issue) Abstract: An interchangeable module is configured to be used in an integrated perforating gun and setting tool system. The interchangeable module includes a body having first external threads; an addressable switch located inside the body; and a connection unit located inside the body and configured to electrically connect to an initiating device. The interchangeable module is configured to be used (1) between a first gun cluster and a second gun cluster and (2) between a distal gun cluster and a setting tool. [E21B] EARTH OR ROCK DRILLING (mining, quarrying E21C; making shafts, driving galleries or tunnels E21D); OBTAINING OIL, GAS, WATER, SOLUBLE OR MELTABLE MATERIALS OR A SLURRY OF MINERALS FROM WELLS [5] Identification of cement in subterranean borehole regions using a ratio of capture to inelastic gamma rays Assignee(s): CARBO CERAMICS, INC. (Houston, TX) Law Firm: Patterson + Sheridan, LLP (2 non-local offices) Application No., Date, Speed: 16231655 on 12/24/2018 (953 days app to issue) Abstract: Methods are provided for determining the location and height of cement in a subterranean borehole region using pulsed neutron capture (PNC) logging tools. The methods include obtaining a pre-cementing data set, placing in the borehole region a cement slurry that includes a liquid a thermal neutron absorbing material, obtaining a post-cementing data set, comparing the pre-cementing data set and the post-cementing data set to determine the location of the cement, and correlating the location of the cement to a depth measurement of the borehole to determine the location and height of the cement placed in the borehole region. [E21B] EARTH OR ROCK DRILLING (mining, quarrying E21C; making shafts, driving galleries or tunnels E21D); OBTAINING OIL, GAS, WATER, SOLUBLE OR MELTABLE MATERIALS OR A SLURRY OF MINERALS FROM WELLS [5] Caliper-arm retention system Assignee(s): Probe Technology Services, Inc. (Fort Worth, TX) Law Firm: D. Tiller Law PLLC (1 non-local offices) Application No., Date, Speed: 16787128 on 02/11/2020 (539 days app to issue) Abstract: A caliper-arm-retention mechanism for a caliper tool is disclosed. The retention mechanism includes a selectively movable retention sleeve and a pivot arm that cooperate to constrain relative translational motion between the pivot arm and a caliper arm pivotally engaged with the pivot arm while at the same time allowing relative rotational movement of the caliper arm and pivot arm. The retention sleeve may be selectively repositioned using a threaded nut configured to push the sleeve toward the pivot arm or pull the sleeve away from the pivot arm, depending on the direction of rotation of the nut. [E21B] EARTH OR ROCK DRILLING (mining, quarrying E21C; making shafts, driving galleries or tunnels E21D); OBTAINING OIL, GAS, WATER, SOLUBLE OR MELTABLE MATERIALS OR A SLURRY OF MINERALS FROM WELLS [5] Permanent or removable positioning apparatus and method for downhole tool operations Inventor(s): Antony F. Grattan (Arlington, TX), Douglas J. Streibich (Forth Worth, TX), Marcelo Laxalt (Arlington, TX), Michael C. Robertson (Arlington, TX), William F. Boelte (New Iberia, LA) Assignee(s): Robertson Intellectual Properties, LLC (Mansfield, TX) Law Firm: Matthews, Lawson, McCutcheon Joseph, PLLC (1 non-local offices) Application No., Date, Speed: 16673178 on 11/04/2019 (638 days app to issue) Abstract: A location connector connects a first tubular to a second tubular, and includes a cylindrical main body extending in a longitudinal direction. An outer surface extends around a circumference of the main body, and an inner surface faces the central bore of the main body. A first connector is on a first end of the main body and is configured to attach to the first tubular. A second connector on an opposite second end of the main body is configured to attach to the second tubular. A female profile is provided on the inner surface, and includes a plurality of grooves for selective engagement with a discrete complementary profile comprising one or more protruding members of a downhole tool. Each of the grooves comprises a no-go shoulder that prevents movement of the tool in one direction, and each of the grooves permits clocking movement of the tool in an azimuthal direction. [E21B] EARTH OR ROCK DRILLING (mining, quarrying E21C; making shafts, driving galleries or tunnels E21D); OBTAINING OIL, GAS, WATER, SOLUBLE OR MELTABLE MATERIALS OR A SLURRY OF MINERALS FROM WELLS [5] System and method for dual telemetry noise reduction Assignee(s): HELMERICH PAYNE TECHNOLOGIES, LLC (Tulsa, OK) Law Firm: Kilpatrick Townsend Stockton LLP (14 non-local offices) Application No., Date, Speed: 16687456 on 11/18/2019 (624 days app to issue) Abstract: A system and method for reducing noise from a signal during drilling of a well. A system for generating mechanical vibrations may generate acoustic signals for communicating information, and may induce pressure signals in a drilling mud communicating information. A noise reduction system may receive both the acoustic and pressure signals and phase shift one set of signals to adjust for a time difference between the two. The system may also sample the signals and may overlay the signals or the sampled signals and cancel the noise from the received signals. [E21B] EARTH OR ROCK DRILLING (mining, quarrying E21C; making shafts, driving galleries or tunnels E21D); OBTAINING OIL, GAS, WATER, SOLUBLE OR MELTABLE MATERIALS OR A SLURRY OF MINERALS FROM WELLS [5]   M E C H A N I C A L  E N G I N E E R I N G LIGHTING | HEATING | WEAPONS | BLASTING Assignee(s): UNASSIGNED Application No., Date, Speed: 16210103 on 12/05/2018 (972 days app to issue) Abstract: A mobile telephone capable of controlling a remote keyless system is provided. The mobile telephone is loaded with an executable program that enables the mobile telephone to control the remote keyless system using frequencies and systems already used by the remote keyless system. The complex functionality a mobile telephone allows the executable program to fully control remote keyless systems. [F02N] STARTING OF COMBUSTION ENGINES (starting of free-piston combustion-engines F02B 71/02; starting of gas-turbine plants F02C 7/26); STARTING AIDS FOR SUCH ENGINES, NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR Apparatus for pumping fluid Assignee(s): Lynntech, Inc. (College Station, TX) Law Firm: Chalker Flores, LLP (Local) Application No., Date, Speed: 15015958 on 02/04/2016 (2007 days app to issue) Abstract: The present invention includes an electrochemical actuator pump and method of making the same, comprising a membrane electrode assembly comprising an ion exchange membrane, a first and a second catalyzed porous electrode in contact with opposing sides of the ion exchange membrane; a first gas chamber in fluid communication with the first electrode, and a second gas chamber in fluid communication with the second electrode; and a controller for controllably reversing the polarity of a voltage source electrically coupled to the first and second electrodes, wherein the controller causes a first polarity at the first electrode to function as an anode and the second electrode to function as a cathode, wherein the first polarity simultaneously decreases the hydrogen gas pressure in the first hydrogen gas chamber and increases the hydrogen gas pressure in the second hydrogen gas chamber, with additional embodiment using MOF or NiH batteries. [F04B] POSITIVE-DISPLACEMENT MACHINES FOR LIQUIDS; PUMPS (engine fuel-injection pumps F02M; machines for liquids, or pumps, of rotary-piston or oscillating-piston type F04C; non-positive-displacement pumps F04D; pumping of fluid by direct contact of another fluid or by using inertia of fluid to be pumped F04F; crankshafts, crossheads, connecting-rods F16C; flywheels F16F; gearings for interconverting rotary motion and reciprocating motion in general F16H; pistons, piston-rods, cylinders, in general F16J; ion pumps H01J 41/12; electrodynamic pumps H02K 44/02) Modular liquid based heating and cooling system Assignee(s): Johnson Controls Technology Company (Auburn Hills, MI) Law Firm: Fletcher Yoder, P.C. (1 non-local offices) Application No., Date, Speed: 14771325 on 03/04/2014 (2709 days app to issue) Abstract: A modular water based heating and cooling system for providing chilled or heated water to terminal devices in a building to heat/cool individual zones in the building. The system includes a flow control device in fluid communication with a riser chilled water supply line, a riser chilled water return line, a riser heated water supply line, and a riser heated water return line. The flow control device includes first control valves and second control valves. Terminal device supply lines extend from the flow control device and are connected to respective first control valves. Terminal device return lines extend from the flow control device and are connected to respective second control valves. The first control valves and the second control valves cooperate to supply required chilled water or heated water through the terminal device supply lines to terminal devices based on the cooling/heating requirements of the terminal devices. [F24F] AIR-CONDITIONING; AIR-HUMIDIFICATION; VENTILATION; USE OF AIR CURRENTS FOR SCREENING (removing dirt or fumes from areas where they are produced B08B 15/00; vertical ducts for carrying away waste gases from buildings E04F 17/02; tops for chimneys or ventilating shafts, terminals for flues F23L 17/02) Climate smart fan ventilation Assignee(s): Ventamatic, Ltd. (Mineral Wells, TX) Law Firm: Whitaker Chalk Swindle Schwartz PLLC (2 non-local offices) Application No., Date, Speed: 14426733 on 09/10/2013 (2884 days app to issue) Abstract: A supply ventilation system controller for locating at an interior of a building. The controller comprises circuitry for receiving a signal representative of exterior air temperature and circuitry for receiving a signal representative of exterior relative humidity. The controller also comprises circuitry for establishing at least a first range of acceptable temperature and circuitry for establishing at least a first range of acceptable relative humidity. The circuitry for providing an enable/disable signal to a fan is responsive to at least one of: (i) the signal representative of exterior air temperature indicating satisfaction of the first range of acceptable temperature; or (ii) the signal representative of exterior relative humidity indicating satisfaction of the first range of acceptable relative humidity. [F24F] AIR-CONDITIONING; AIR-HUMIDIFICATION; VENTILATION; USE OF AIR CURRENTS FOR SCREENING (removing dirt or fumes from areas where they are produced B08B 15/00; vertical ducts for carrying away waste gases from buildings E04F 17/02; tops for chimneys or ventilating shafts, terminals for flues F23L 17/02) Controlling systems with motor drives using pulse width modulation Assignee(s): Lennox Industries Inc. (Richardson, TX) Law Firm: Baker Botts L.L.P. (Local + 8 other metros) Application No., Date, Speed: 16901766 on 06/15/2020 (414 days app to issue) Abstract: A system includes an electronic power converter and a controller. The electronic power converter supplies power to one or more motor drives of an HVAC and/or refrigeration system. The controller obtains a plurality of pulse width modulation (PWM) algorithms. Each PWM algorithm has an associated harmonic signature. The controller further determines one or more resonance frequencies associated with the HVAC and/or refrigeration system. The controller also selects a first PWM algorithm from the plurality of PWM algorithms based at least in part on the harmonic signature associated with the first PWM algorithm mitigating the one or more resonance frequencies associated with the refrigeration system. The controller further operates the electronic power converter according to the first PWM algorithm. [F25B] REFRIGERATION MACHINES, PLANTS, OR SYSTEMS; COMBINED HEATING AND REFRIGERATION SYSTEMS; HEAT PUMP SYSTEMS (heat-transfer, heat-exchange or heat-storage materials, e.g. refrigerants, or materials for the production of heat or cold by chemical reactions other than by combustion C09K 5/00; pumps, compressors F04; use of heat pumps for domestic or space-heating or for domestic hot-water supply F24D; air-conditioning, air-humidification F24F; fluid heaters using heat pumps F24H) Multi-piece polymer ammunition cartridge nose Assignee(s): TRUE VELOCITY IP HOLDINGS, LLC (Garland, TX) Law Firm: Singleton Law, PLLC (no location found) Application No., Date, Speed: 15856523 on 12/28/2017 (1314 days app to issue) Abstract: The present invention provides a polymer nose for a polymeric ammunition cartridge having a generally cylindrical neck having a projectile aperture at a first end, an outer shoulder surface that extends from the generally cylindrical neck, an outer shoulder angle defined by the outer shoulder surface, an inner shoulder surface on the inside of the polymer nose opposite the outer shoulder surface, an inner shoulder angle defined by the outer shoulder surface, a skirt surface extending from the inner shoulder surface, a skirt angle defined by the skirt surface and a nose junction that extends from the outer shoulder surface to the skirt surface, wherein the nose junction is adapted to mate to a polymer cartridge. [F42B] EXPLOSIVE CHARGES, e.g. FOR BLASTING; FIREWORKS; AMMUNITION (explosive compositions C06B; fuzes F42C; blasting F42D) [5] Method of making polymer ammunition having a wicking texturing Assignee(s): THE ESAB GROUP INC. (Annapolis Junction, MD) Law Firm: Edell, Shapiro Finnan, LLC (2 non-local offices) Application No., Date, Speed: 16535283 on 08/08/2019 (726 days app to issue) Abstract: A gauge for a hybrid pressure and flowgauge regulator includes first indicia and second indicia. The first indicia provides an indication of a flow rate of a gas exiting an outlet of the hybrid pressure and flowgauge regulator when the gas exits with a pressure below a gauge threshold pressure. The second indicia provides an indication of the pressure of the gas exiting the outlet of the hybrid pressure and flowgauge regulator when the pressure of the gas exiting the outlet is above the gauge threshold pressure. [F16K] VALVES; TAPS; COCKS; ACTUATING-FLOATS; DEVICES FOR VENTING OR AERATING   Entering home state after soft reset signal after address match Assignee(s): Texas Instruments Incorporated (Dallas, TX) Law Firm: No Counsel Application No., Date, Speed: 16410526 on 05/13/2019 (813 days app to issue) Abstract: This disclosure describes a reduced pin bus that can be used on integrated circuits or embedded cores within integrated circuits. The bus may be used for serial access to circuits where the availability of pins on ICs or terminals on cores is limited. The bus may be used for a variety of serial communication operations such as, but not limited to, serial communication related test, emulation, debug, and/or trace operations of an IC or core design. Other aspects of the disclosure include the use of reduced pin buses for emulation, debug, and trace operations and for functional operations. [G01R] MEASURING ELECTRIC VARIABLES; MEASURING MAGNETIC VARIABLES (indicating correct tuning of resonant circuits H03J 3/12) Determination of integrity of incoming satellite signals of satellite navigation system and mitigation of unwanted signals Assignee(s): UHU Technologies (Richardson, TX) Law Firm: Livingston Law Firm (1 non-local offices) Application No., Date, Speed: 16199284 on 11/26/2018 (981 days app to issue) Abstract: A system and method for testing the integrity of signals incoming to a satellite navigation system. The method is implemented with an array of antenna elements, and a receiver connected to each antenna element. The receivers simultaneously and continuously make measurements on all tracked signals. Each receiver measures the carrier phase of an incoming signal. Based on the carrier phase differences between antenna elements and the distance between them, the azimuth and elevation of the signal source can be calculated. This measured angle of arrival can then be compared to an expected angle of arrival to determine if the signal source is legitimate. The system and method can be also applied to determining the angle of arrival of sources of interference, and to mitigating the effects of both illegitimate and interfering signals. [G01S] RADIO DIRECTION-FINDING; RADIO NAVIGATION; DETERMINING DISTANCE OR VELOCITY BY USE OF RADIO WAVES; LOCATING OR PRESENCE-DETECTING BY USE OF THE REFLECTION OR RERADIATION OF RADIO WAVES; ANALOGOUS ARRANGEMENTS USING OTHER WAVES High performance telescope Assignee(s): RAYTHEON COMPANY (Waltham, MA) Law Firm: Lando Anastasi, LLP (1 non-local offices) Application No., Date, Speed: 16727091 on 12/26/2019 (586 days app to issue) Abstract: A telescope includes a primary mirror, a secondary mirror configured to move along a first axis, and a tertiary mirror configured to move along a second axis. The secondary and tertiary mirrors are configured to move along respective axes in a synchronized manner to focus a beam of electromagnetic radiation from the primary mirror. The telescope further may include an anamorphic deformable mirror configured to achieve wavefront control and correction of optical aberrations. The telescope further may include a first linear actuator configured to move the secondary mirror along the first axis and a second linear actuator configured to move the tertiary mirror along the second axis. [G02B] OPTICAL ELEMENTS, SYSTEMS, OR APPARATUS (G02F takes precedence; optical elements specially adapted for use in lighting devices or systems thereof F21V 1/00-F21V 13/00; measuring-instruments, see the relevant subclass of class G01, e.g. optical rangefinders G01C; testing of optical elements, systems, or apparatus G01M 11/00; spectacles G02C; apparatus or arrangements for taking photographs or for projecting or viewing them G03B; sound lenses G10K 11/30; electron and ion “optics” H01J; X-ray “optics” H01J, H05G 1/00; optical elements structurally combined with electric discharge tubes H01J 5/16, H01J 29/89, H01J 37/22; microwave “optics” H01Q; combination of optical elements with television receivers H04N 5/72; optical systems or arrangements in colour television systems H04N 9/00; heating arrangements specially adapted for transparent or reflecting areas H05B 3/84) [7] Supply voltage regulator Assignee(s): TEXAS INSTRUMENTS INCORPORATED (Dallas, TX) Law Firm: No Counsel Application No., Date, Speed: 16677284 on 11/07/2019 (635 days app to issue) Abstract: A circuit comprising a NMOS having a gate coupled to a first node and a source terminal coupled to a second node, a second NMOS having a gate coupled to the second node and a source terminal coupled to an output node, a PMOS having a gate coupled to a third node, a drain terminal coupled to a fourth node, and a source terminal coupled to a fifth node, and a second PMOS having a gate coupled to the fourth node, a drain terminal coupled to the output node, and a source terminal coupled to the fifth node. The circuit also includes a voltage protection sub-circuit coupled to the first node, a fast turn-off sub-circuit coupled to the output node, a fast turn-on sub-circuit coupled to the third and fourth nodes, and a node initialization sub-circuit coupled to the first, second, and fourth nodes and the fast turn-on sub-circuit. [G05F] SYSTEMS FOR REGULATING ELECTRIC OR MAGNETIC VARIABLES (regulating the timing or recurrence frequency of pulses in radar or radio navigation systems G01S; regulation of current or voltage, specially adapted for use in electronic time-pieces G04G 19/02; closed-loop systems for regulating non-electric variables by electric means G05D; regulating power supply of digital computers G06F 1/26; for obtaining desired operating characteristics of electromagnets with armatures H01F 7/18; regulating electric power distribution networks H02J; regulating the charging of batteries H02J 7/00; regulating of the output of static converters, e.g. switching regulators, H02M; regulation of the output of electric generators H02N, H02P 9/00; controlling transformers, reactors or choke coils H02P 13/00; regulating frequency response, gain, maximum output, amplitude or bandwidth of amplifiers H03G; regulating tuning of resonant circuits H03J; controlling generators of electronic oscillations or pulses H03L; regulating characteristics of transmission lines H04B; controlling electric light sources H05B 37/02, H05B 39/04, H05B 41/36; electric control of X-ray apparatus H05G 1/30) [5] Low power ideal diode control circuit Assignee(s): TEXAS INSTRUMENTS INCORPORATED (Dallas, TX) Law Firm: No Counsel Application No., Date, Speed: 16678733 on 11/08/2019 (634 days app to issue) Abstract: In described examples of a circuit that operates as a low-power ideal diode, and an IC chip that contains the ideal diode circuit, the circuit includes: a first P-channel transistor connected to receive an input voltage on a first terminal and to provide an output voltage on a second terminal; a first amplifier connected to receive the input voltage and the output voltage and to provide a first signal that dynamically biases a gate of the first P-channel transistor as a function of the voltage across the first P-channel transistor; and a second amplifier connected to receive the input voltage and the output voltage and to provide a second signal that acts to turn off the gate of the first P-channel transistor responsive to the input voltage being less than the output voltage. [G05F] SYSTEMS FOR REGULATING ELECTRIC OR MAGNETIC VARIABLES (regulating the timing or recurrence frequency of pulses in radar or radio navigation systems G01S; regulation of current or voltage, specially adapted for use in electronic time-pieces G04G 19/02; closed-loop systems for regulating non-electric variables by electric means G05D; regulating power supply of digital computers G06F 1/26; for obtaining desired operating characteristics of electromagnets with armatures H01F 7/18; regulating electric power distribution networks H02J; regulating the charging of batteries H02J 7/00; regulating of the output of static converters, e.g. switching regulators, H02M; regulation of the output of electric generators H02N, H02P 9/00; controlling transformers, reactors or choke coils H02P 13/00; regulating frequency response, gain, maximum output, amplitude or bandwidth of amplifiers H03G; regulating tuning of resonant circuits H03J; controlling generators of electronic oscillations or pulses H03L; regulating characteristics of transmission lines H04B; controlling electric light sources H05B 37/02, H05B 39/04, H05B 41/36; electric control of X-ray apparatus H05G 1/30) [5] Current distribution from different power sources Assignee(s): SanDisk Technologies LLC (Addison, TX) Law Firm: Vierra Magen Marcus LLP (2 non-local offices) Application No., Date, Speed: 16390821 on 04/22/2019 (834 days app to issue) Abstract: Systems and methods for power distribution are disclosed. A system includes a first power domain that supplies current to an integrated circuit at a first voltage level, a second power domain that supplies current to the integrated circuit at a second voltage level, and a current distribution component that is connected to the first power domain and connectable to the second power domain and senses a metric comprising a first current level or a first voltage level drawn from the first power domain, determines whether the metric exceeds a first threshold, and in response to determining that the metric exceeds the first threshold, electrically connects the second power domain to the integrated circuit to supply additional current such that an aggregate current level received by the integrated circuit comprises current from the first power domain and the additional current from the second power domain. [G06F] ELECTRIC DIGITAL DATA PROCESSING (computer systems based on specific computational models G06N) Remotely restricting client devices Assignee(s): AirWatch LLC (Atlanta, GA) Law Firm: Thomas | Horstemeyer LLP (no location found) Application No., Date, Speed: 14687564 on 04/15/2015 (2302 days app to issue) Abstract: Disclosed are various examples for remotely restricting client devices. A client device can be placed into a restricted mode in which application switching capabilities of the client device are disabled. Additionally, the client device can transmit screen capture data to a management service, which can provide the ability for an administrator user to monitor data shown on a display associated with the client device. The client device can also be removed from the restricted mode in response to a command sent from the management service to the client device. [G06F] ELECTRIC DIGITAL DATA PROCESSING (computer systems based on specific computational models G06N) Register file structures combining vector and scalar data with global and local accesses Inventor(s): Due Quang Bui (Grand Prairie, TX), Joseph Zbiciak (San Jose, CA), Mel Alan Phipps (Sugar Land, TX), Timothy David Anderson (University Park, TX), Todd T. Hahn (Sugar Land, TX) Assignee(s): Texas Instruments Incorporated (Dallas, TX) Law Firm: No Counsel Application No., Date, Speed: 16018234 on 06/26/2018 (1134 days app to issue) Abstract: The number of registers required is reduced by overlapping scalar and vector registers. This allows increased compiler flexibility when mixing scalar and vector instructions. Local register read ports are reduced by restricting read access. Dedicated predicate registers reduce requirements for general registers, and allows reduction of critical timing paths by allowing the predicate registers to be placed next to the predicate unit. [G06F] ELECTRIC DIGITAL DATA PROCESSING (computer systems based on specific computational models G06N) Reducing firmware size and increasing firmware performance Assignee(s): SanDisk Technologies LLC (Addison, TX) Law Firm: Vierra Magen Marcus LLP (2 non-local offices) Application No., Date, Speed: 16834437 on 03/30/2020 (491 days app to issue) Abstract: A method for reducing firmware size and increasing firmware performance. Core timing control conditions used by a die controller are converted into production ready core timing control conditions, from which firmware instructions are then generated. The production ready core timing control conditions comprise a plurality of fixed core timing control conditions. The firmware instructions are modified to determine core timing control condition values for fixed core timing control conditions before implementing storage operations, to store the core timing control condition values in global condition registers, and to modify references to fixed core timing control conditions to access the values in those global condition registers. Finally, the modified firmware instructions are stored on the die controller, which comprises a microcontroller configured to execute them. [G06F] ELECTRIC DIGITAL DATA PROCESSING (computer systems based on specific computational models G06N) Proxy hash table Assignee(s): Barefoot Networks, Inc. (Santa Clara, CA) Law Firm: Compass IP Law PC (1 non-local offices) Application No., Date, Speed: 16271669 on 02/08/2019 (907 days app to issue) Abstract: Some embodiments of the invention provide novel methods for storing data in a hash-addressed memory and retrieving stored data from the hash-addressed memory. In some embodiments, the method receives a search key and a data tuple. The method then uses a first hash function to generate a first hash value from the search key, and then uses this first hash value to identify an address in the hash-addressed memory. The method also uses a second hash function to generate a second hash value, and then stores this second hash value along with the data tuple in the memory at the address specified by the first hash value. To retrieve data from the hash-addressed memory, the method of some embodiments receives a search key. The method then uses the first hash function to generate a first hash value from the search key, and then uses this first hash value to identify an address in the hash-addressed memory. At the identified address, the hash-addressed memory stores a second hash value and a data tuple. The method retrieves a second hash value from the memory at the identified address, and compares this second hash value with a third hash value that the method generates from the search key by using the second hash function. When the second and third hash values match, the method retrieves the data tuple that the memory stores at the identified address. [G06F] ELECTRIC DIGITAL DATA PROCESSING (computer systems based on specific computational models G06N) Graph functional dependency checking Assignee(s): Futurewei Technologies, Inc. (Plano, TX) Law Firm: Schweeman Lundberg Woessner, P.A. (no location found) Application No., Date, Speed: 16049055 on 07/30/2018 (1100 days app to issue) Abstract: A computer implemented method for detecting errors in data includes obtaining one or more graph functional dependency (GFD) rules comprising a set of GFD rules, obtaining a set of GFDs representative of the data, building a canonical graph for the GFD rules, and determining that one or more GFD of the set of GFDs conflict based on the set of GFD rules and the canonical graph and, based thereon, determining an error in the set of GFDs. [G06F] ELECTRIC DIGITAL DATA PROCESSING (computer systems based on specific computational models G06N) Best-efforts database func

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