Patents

As a service to our research and academic customers, this page contains links to patents by Sigenics and our personnel.

PAT. NO. Title
1 4,293,817 Signal amplitude range compression employing pulse modulation
2 4,939,014 Composite polymer/desiccant coatings for IC encapsulation
3 4,977,009 Composite polymer/desiccant coatings for IC encapsulation
4 5,007,324 Special effects control for portable musical instrument
5 5,012,236 Electromagnetic energy transmission and detection apparatus
6 5,025,550 Automated method for the manufacture of small implantable transponder devices
7 5,050,292 Automated method for the manufacture of transponder devices by winding around a bobbin
8 5,084,699 Impedance matching coil assembly for an inductively coupled transponder
9 5,095,309 Method and apparatus for modulating and detecting a subcarrier signal for an inductively coupled transponder
10 5,108,784 Composite polymer/desiccant coatings for IC encapsulation
11 5,179,511 Self-regulating class E resonant power converter maintaining operation in a minimal loss region
12 5,198,807 Method and apparatus for producing a subcarrier signal for transmission by an inductively coupled transponder
13 5,329,478 Circuit and method for estimating gradients
14 5,697,076 Suspended carrier modulation of high-Q transmitters
15 6,061,259 Protected transformerless AC to DC power converter
16 6,667,923 RAM data array configured to provide data-independent, write cycle coherent current drain
17 20,050,063,488 Inductive data and power link suitable for integration
18 20,080,258,930 Permission Based RFID Tag
19 20,100,198,297 Wireless Recording and Stimulation of Brain Activity

 

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