Patents by Inventor Allan M. Berlinsky

Allan M. Berlinsky has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

  • Patent number: 6633743
    Abstract: A device is disclosed for facilitating communication with a remote apparatus. The remote apparatus has control functionality and is located within a wireless network. The device comprises a terminal unit having means for transmitting a signal and receiving a signal. The transmitted signal includes an identification of the terminal unit. Additionally, the device includes a control interface operatively connected between the terminal unit and the apparatus. The control interface interfaces signals of the terminal unit with the control functionality of the apparatus.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: December 24, 1996
    Date of Patent: October 14, 2003
    Assignee: Lucent Technologies Inc.
    Inventor: Allan M. Berlinsky
  • Patent number: 4660162
    Abstract: A pulse duration modulated (PDM) signal is generated from a periodic digitized signal which may be produced by sampling an analog signal of frequency F.sub.s and using a digitizing frequency F where F>>F.sub.s. Linearity of the analog signal between sampling points is assumed. A computer solution of the intercept of the assumed straight line between each pair of successive sample values of the digitized signal and a reference triangular waveform of frequency F/2 provides the time interval between intercepts from which the interpolated pulse duration modulated (IPDM) waveform is generated. A method to add low frequency signals in the IPDM domain, useful for providing Class AD amplifiers with a feedback path and for summations of input signals without converting signals back to analog form, operates on the sum of the respective intercept times of each of the signals. The summed intercept times are used to provide an IPDM signal which represents the sum of the original digitized signals.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 31, 1984
    Date of Patent: April 21, 1987
    Assignee: Raytheon Company
    Inventor: Allan M. Berlinsky
  • Patent number: 4646321
    Abstract: A pulse duration modulated (PDM) signal is generated from a periodic digitized signal which may be produced by sampling an analog signal of frequency F.sub.s and using a digitizing frequency F where F>>F.sub.s. Linearity of the analog signal between sampling points is assumed. A computer solution of the intercept of the assumed straight line between each pair of successive sample values of the digitized signal and a reference triangular waveform of frequency F/2 provides the time interval between intercepts from which the interpolated pulse duration modulated (IPDM) waveform is generated. A method to add low frequency signals in the IPDM domain, useful for providing Class AD amplifiers with a feedback path and for summations of input signals without converting signals back to analog form, operates on the sum of the respective intercept times of each of the signals. The summed intercept times are used to provide an IPDM signal which represents the sum of the original digitized signals.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 31, 1984
    Date of Patent: February 24, 1987
    Assignee: Raytheon Company
    Inventor: Allan M. Berlinsky
  • Patent number: 4603425
    Abstract: A pulse duration modulated (PDM) signal is generated from a periodic digitized signal which may be produced by sampling an analog signal of frequency F.sub.s and using a digitizing frequency F where F>>F.sub.s. Linearity of the analog signal between sampling points is assumed. A computer solution of the intercept of the assumed straight line between each pair of successive sample values of the digitized signal and a reference triangular waveform of frequency F/2 provides the time interval between intercepts from which the interpolated pulse duration modulated (IPDM) waveform is generated. A method to add low frequency signals in the IPDM domain, useful for providing Class AD amplifiers with a feedback path and for summations of input signals without converting signals back to analog form, operates on the sum of the respective intercept times of each of the signals. The summed intercept times are used to provide an IPDM signal which represents the sum of the original digitized signals.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 31, 1984
    Date of Patent: July 29, 1986
    Assignee: Raytheon Company
    Inventors: Allan M. Berlinsky, Edward F. Regan