Patents by Inventor Aravind Chamarti

Aravind Chamarti 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).

  • Publication number: 20110175503
    Abstract: An equipment cabinet (2) includes a front wall (4), a side wall (6,8), and an equipment rack (20) having a width (28) and a front face plane (32). The front wall includes a front opening (16) having a width (18). The width of the rack is approximately equal to or larger than the width of the front opening. A space (14) is disposed between the rack and the side wall, and between the rack and the front wall. A mounting bracket (40) includes a plate (42) and a protrusion (44), wherein the plate is coupled to one of the rack, the front wall and the side wall. The protrusion is disposed in the space, and includes a substantially planar surface (45) that is neither parallel to, nor in the same plane as, the front face plane. A patch panel (50), an adapter module (54), RFID components (60), or an RFID reader and/or reader antenna (64), may be coupled to the protrusion.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 12, 2009
    Publication date: July 21, 2011
    Inventors: Aravind Chamarti, John David Downie, James Scott Sutherland, Richard Edward Wagner, Matthew Scott Wagner
  • Patent number: 7855697
    Abstract: Antenna systems for passive radio-frequency identification (RFID) tags. The antenna systems have a very small form factor with good power harvesting and good performance in proximity to other antennas. The antenna system includes at least one, and preferably two, parallel serpentine antenna elements formed on, or otherwise supported by, an antenna substrate so that a RFID-tag integrated circuit (IC) can be electrically contacted to the antenna system at one end of the antenna substrate. A conducting wire that runs in the same direction as the at least one serpentine antenna element is used to match impedance and enhance antenna performance and power flow between the antenna and the IC. An impedance-matching circuit may be employed in place of the conducting wire to facilitate impedance matching between the antenna and the IC.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 13, 2007
    Date of Patent: December 21, 2010
    Assignee: Corning Cable Systems, LLC
    Inventors: Aravind Chamarti, John David Downie, Bradley Richard Thurow, James Scott Sutherland, Richard Edward Wagner, Matthew Scott Whiting
  • Patent number: 7848654
    Abstract: A radio-over-fiber (RoF) wireless picocellular system adapted to form an array of substantially non-overlapping individual picocells by operating adjacent picocells at different frequencies is operated to form one or more combined picocells. The combined picocells are formed from two or more neighboring picocells by the central head-end station operating neighboring picocells at a common frequency. Communication between the central head-end station and a client device residing within a combined picocell is enhanced by the availability of two or more transponder antenna systems. Thus, enhanced communication techniques such as antenna diversity, phased-array antenna networks and multiple-input/multiple-output (MIMO) methods can be implemented to provide the system with enhanced performance capability. These techniques are preferably implemented at the central head-end station to avoid having to make substantial changes to the wireless picocellular system infrastructure.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 28, 2006
    Date of Patent: December 7, 2010
    Assignee: Corning Cable Systems LLC
    Inventors: Michael Sauer, Richard S. Vodhanel, Martyn N. Easton, Aravind Chamarti, Jack Winters
  • Publication number: 20100245057
    Abstract: Components having one or more sensors adapted to provide sensor data relating to a condition(s) of the component are disclosed. The component is adapted to communicate with another mating component to associate sensor data with identity information of the mating component. The sensor and identity information can be communicated remotely including via radio-frequency communications employing RF identification devices (RFIDs). Location of the mating component can be determined using the identity information of the mating component. In this manner, the sensor data can be associated with the location of the mating component using the identity information in a “component-to-component” configuration to provide location-specific sensor data.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 31, 2009
    Publication date: September 30, 2010
    Inventors: Aravind Chamarti, John David Downie, James Scott Sutherland, Richard Edward Wagner, Dale Alan Webb, Matthew Scott Whiting
  • Publication number: 20090195363
    Abstract: A radio-frequency identification (RFID)-based configuration detection system for automatically detecting, directing, and/or configuring the physical configuration of a complex system constituted by a set of one or more types of mateable components. The RFID configuration detection system utilizes a set of mateable RFID tags arranged so that each mateable component includes at least one mateable RFID tag. Each RFID tag includes information about its associated component and is arranged so that when the components are mated, their associated RFID tags also are mated. The system uses at least one RFID reader to read RFID tag signals from the RFID tags. The RFID tag signals provide information about mating status of the component, as well as information about components themselves. An information processing system operably connected to the RFID reader receives and process information concerning the number and type of mated connections and thus the configuration.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 15, 2009
    Publication date: August 6, 2009
    Applicant: CORNING CABLE SYSTEMS LLC
    Inventors: John David Downie, James Scott Sutherland, Richard Edward Wagner, Matthew Scott Whiting, Dale Alan Webb, Keith Allen Hoover, Aravind Chamarti
  • Publication number: 20090045961
    Abstract: Antenna systems for passive radio-frequency identification (RFID) tags. The antenna systems have a very small form factor with good power harvesting and good performance in proximity to other antennas. The antenna system includes at least one, and preferably two, parallel serpentine antenna elements formed on, or otherwise supported by, an antenna substrate so that a RFID-tag integrated circuit (IC) can be electrically contacted to the antenna system at one end of the antenna substrate. A conducting wire that runs in the same direction as the at least one serpentine antenna element is used to match impedance and enhance antenna performance and power flow between the antenna and the IC. An impedance-matching circuit may be employed in place of the conducting wire to facilitate impedance matching between the antenna and the IC.
    Type: Application
    Filed: August 13, 2007
    Publication date: February 19, 2009
    Inventors: Aravind Chamarti, John David Downie, Bradley Richard Thurow, James Scott Sutherland, Richard Edward Wagner, Matthew Scott Whiting
  • Publication number: 20080080863
    Abstract: A radio-over-fiber (RoF) wireless picocellular system adapted to form an array of substantially non-overlapping individual picocells by operating adjacent picocells at different frequencies is operated to form one or more combined picocells. The combined picocells are formed from two or more neighboring picocells by the central head-end station operating neighboring picocells at a common frequency. Communication between the central head-end station and a client device residing within a combined picocell is enhanced by the availability of two or more transponder antenna systems. Thus, enhanced communication techniques such as antenna diversity, phased-array antenna networks and multiple-input/multiple-output (MIMO) methods can be implemented to provide the system with enhanced performance capability. These techniques are preferably implemented at the central head-end station to avoid having to make substantial changes to the wireless picocellular system infrastructure.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 28, 2006
    Publication date: April 3, 2008
    Inventors: Michael Sauer, Richard S. Vodhanel, Martyn N. Easton, Aravind Chamarti, Jack Winters