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(Links to each patent can be found here, using the patent number or inventor’s name.)

By Targeted News Service

WASHINGTON – The following federal patents were assigned in New Hampshire through Feb. 18.

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5G OpenRAN Controller

PARALLEL WIRELESS, INC., Nashua, New Hampshire has been assigned a patent (No. US 11903095 B2, initially filed Dec. 9, 2020) developed by Rajesh Kumar Mishra, Westford, Massachusetts, and Eugina Jordan, Leominster, Massachusetts, for “5G OpenRAN controller.”

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Apparatus and Control of a Single or Multiple Sources to Fire Countermeasure Expendables on an Aircraft

BAE SYSTEMS INFORMATION AND ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS INTEGRATION INC., Nashua, New Hampshire has been assigned a patent (No. US 11901893 B2, initially filed Jan. 17, 2023) developed by three inventors Jason H. Branch, Round Rock, Texas; Karl P. Herb, Austin, Texas; and Danny L. Plemons, Austin, Texas, for “Apparatus and control of a single or multiple sources to fire countermeasure expendables on an aircraft.”

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System and Method for Selection of Transmit Array

WAFER LLC, Hanover, New Hampshire has been assigned a patent (No. US 11902001 B2, initially filed Feb. 8, 2022) developed by Steven H. Blumenthal, Lexington, Massachusetts, for “System and method for selection of transmit array.”

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Memory Disaggregation and Reallocation

DRUT TECHNOLOGIES INC., Nashua, New Hampshire has been assigned a patent (No. US 11899606 B2, initially filed May 10, 2023) developed by Jitender Miglani, Hollis, New Hampshire, and Dileep Desai, San Jose, California, for “Memory disaggregation and reallocation.”

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Methods and Systems for Efficient Virtualization of Inline Transparent Computer Networking Devices

CENTRIPETAL NETWORKS, LLC, Portsmouth, New Hampshire has been assigned a patent (No. US 11902240 B2, initially filed Jan. 27, 2023) developed by four inventors Richard Goodwin, York, Maine; Paul Sprague, North Berwick, Maine; Peter Geremia, Portsmouth, New Hampshire; and Sean Moore, Hollis, New Hampshire, for “Methods and systems for efficient virtualization of inline transparent computer networking devices.”

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Methods and Systems for Prevention of Attacks Associated With the Domain Name System

CENTRIPETAL NETWORKS, LLC, Portsmouth, New Hampshire has been assigned a patent (No. US 11902250 B2, initially filed April 1, 2021) developed by three inventors Sean Moore, Hollis, New Hampshire; Jonathan R. Rogers, Hampton Falls, New Hampshire; and Steven Rogers, Leesburg, Virginia, for “Methods and systems for prevention of attacks associated with the domain name system.”

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Toe Cap for a Skate

BAUER HOCKEY LLC, Exeter, New Hampshire has been assigned a design patent (No. US D1014682 S1, initially filed July 23, 2019) developed by three inventors Alexis Seguin, Laval, Canada; Jason Clarke, Ottawa, Canada; and Raymond Boissonneault, St-Hippolyte, Canada, for “Toe cap for a skate.”

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Chest Drainage Systems and Methods

ATRIUM MEDICAL CORPORATION, Merrimack, New Hampshire has been assigned a patent (No. US 11896755 B2, initially filed Jan. 4, 2021) developed by six inventors James Croteau, Brookline, New Hampshire; Theodore Karwoski, Naples, Florida; Joanne Krawczyk, Dunstable, Massachusetts; Marc Larochelle, Bedford, New Hampshire; Patrick Lee, Lexington, Massachusetts; and Nicholas Want, Manchester, New Hampshire, for “Chest drainage systems and methods.”

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Single-Chain Polymer-Based Target Receptors for Use in Electrochemical Detection of Target Analytes

UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE, Durham, New Hampshire has been assigned a patent (No. US 11899012 B2, initially filed Jan. 2, 2023) developed by three inventors Edward Song, Durham, New Hampshire; William Rudolf Seitz, Durham, New Hampshire; and Jeffrey M. Halpern, Durham, New Hampshire, for “Single-chain polymer-based target receptors for use in electrochemical detection of target analytes.”

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Rack Holder

PITCO FRIALATOR, INC., Bow, New Hampshire has been assigned a patent (No. US 11896165 B2, initially filed April 16, 2019) developed by four inventors Steven Savage, Concord, New Hampshire; Karl M. Searl, Newmarket, New Hampshire; Steven J. Cyr, Londonderry, New Hampshire; and Steven Gallerani, Northwood, New Hampshire, for “Rack holder.”

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Delay Compensated Analog Beam Forming Network

BAE SYSTEMS INFORMATION AND ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS INTEGRATION INC., Nashua, New Hampshire has been assigned a patent (No. US 11901977 B2, initially filed Jan. 14, 2022) developed by Tareef Al-Mahdawi, Escondido, California, for “Delay compensated analog beam forming network.”

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Telescoping Handle

Two inventors, Margaret B. Bradley, Belgrade, Maine, and Otis L. Clapp, Epping, New Hampshire, have been awarded a patent (No. US 11897533 B2, initially filed Sept. 23, 2022) for “Telescoping handle.”

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Communications Methods and Apparatus for Dynamic Detection and/or Mitigation of Threats and/or Anomalies

RIBBON COMMUNICATIONS OPERATING COMPANY, INC., Westford, Massachusetts has been assigned a patent (No. US 11902311 B2, initially filed Dec. 30, 2022) developed by six inventors Sridhar Kuppanna, Nashua, New Hampshire; Dilnawaj Ahmed, Groton, Massachusetts; Shaun Jaikarran Bharrat, Edison, New Jersey; Timothy R. Thornton, Brick, New Jersey; Justin Hart, Purton, United Kingdom; and Kevin Riley, Amesbury, Massachusetts, for “Communications methods and apparatus for dynamic detection and/or mitigation of threats and/or anomalies.”

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Data Packet Prioritization in Multiplexed Sessions

CISCO TECHNOLOGY, INC., San Jose, California has been assigned a patent (No. US 11902168 B2, initially filed June 24, 2021) developed by four inventors Vincent Parla, North Hampton, New Hampshire; Andrew Zawadowskiy, Hollis, New Hampshire; Oleg Bessonov, Littleton, Massachusetts; and Hendrikus G. P. Bosch, Netherlands, Netherlands, for “Data packet prioritization in multiplexed sessions.”

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Surgical Mesh Implants Containing Poly(butylene Succinate) and Copolymers Thereof

TEPHA, INC., Lexington, Massachusetts has been assigned a patent (No. US 11896734 B2, initially filed March 1, 2019) developed by three inventors Simon F. Williams, Cambridge, Massachusetts; Said Rizk, Windham, New Hampshire; and David P. Martin, Arlington, Massachusetts, for “Surgical mesh implants containing poly(butylene succinate) and copolymers thereof.”

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Razor

THE GILLETTE COMPANY LLC, Boston, Massachusetts has been assigned a design patent (No. US D1014847 S1, initially filed May 25, 2021) developed by six inventors Matthew Michael Long, Methuen, Massachusetts; Michael Sullivan, Northborough, Massachusetts; Jeffrey Michael Mitrou, Windham, New Hampshire; Michael Hal Bruno, Burlington, Massachusetts; Jonathon Albert Riehle, Brighton, Massachusetts; and Rory Frederick Wellington McGarry, Boston, Massachusetts, for “Razor.”

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Multi-Container Filling Machine Technologies

ABC FILLERS, INC., Ipswich, Massachusetts has been assigned a patent (No. US 11897747 B1, initially filed March 26, 2020) developed by Joseph A DiCarlo, Chester, New Hampshire, for “Multi-container filling machine technologies.”

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Semi-Automatic Communication Network Microsegmentation

ZSCALER, INC., San Jose, California has been assigned a patent (No. US 11902332 B2, initially filed Jan. 16, 2023) developed by twenty-one inventors Peter Smith, Acton, Massachusetts; Aparna Ayikkara, Brookline, New Hampshire; Omar Baba, Winchester, Massachusetts; Daniel Einspanjer, Salem, New Hampshire; Anthony Gelsomini, Westwood, Massachusetts; Thomas C. Hickman, Hollis, New Hampshire; Peter Kahn, Southborough, Massachusetts; Thomas Evan Keiser, Jr., Boston, Massachusetts; Andriy Kochura, North Andover, Massachusetts; Nikitha Koppu, Shrewsbury, Massachusetts; Scott Laplante, Bedford, New Hampshire; Xing Li, Burlington, Massachusetts; Raymond Brian Liu, Lexington, Massachusetts; Sean Lutner, Norfolk, Massachusetts; Michael J. Melson, Arlington, Massachusetts; Peter Nahas, Watertown, Massachusetts; John O’Neil, Watertown, Massachusetts; Herman Parfenov, Andover, Massachusetts; Joseph Riopel, Worcester, Massachusetts; Suji Suresh, Westford, Massachusetts; and Harry Sverdlove, North Reading, Massachusetts, for “Semi-automatic communication network microsegmentation.”

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