Patents by Inventor Arye Rosen

Arye Rosen 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: 20190183572
    Abstract: Microwave catheter apparatuses, systems, and methods for achieving renal neuromodulation by intravascular access are disclosed herein. One aspect of the present application, for example, is directed to apparatuses, systems, and methods that incorporate a catheter treatment device comprising an elongated shaft. The elongated shaft is sized and configured to deliver a microwave transmission element to a renal artery via an intravascular path. Renal neuromodulation may be achieved via dielectric heating in the presence of microwave irradiation that modulates neural fibers that contribute to renal function or alters vascular structures that feed or perfuse the neural fibers.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 13, 2018
    Publication date: June 20, 2019
    Inventors: Karun D. Naga, Roman Turovskiy, Denise Zarins, Mark Gelfand, Arye Rosen
  • Patent number: 10182865
    Abstract: Microwave catheter apparatuses, systems, and methods for achieving renal neuromodulation by intravascular access are disclosed herein. One aspect of the present application, for example, is directed to apparatuses, systems, and methods that incorporate a catheter treatment device comprising an elongated shaft. The elongated shaft is sized and configured to deliver a microwave transmission element to a renal artery via an intravascular path. Renal neuromodulation may be achieved via dielectric heating in the presence of microwave irradiation that modulates neural fibers that contribute to renal function or alters vascular structures that feed or perfuse the neural fibers.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 9, 2016
    Date of Patent: January 22, 2019
    Assignee: Medtronic Ardian Luxembourg S.a.r.l.
    Inventors: Karun D. Naga, Roman Turovskiy, Denise Zarins, Mark Gelfand, Arye Rosen
  • Publication number: 20170007325
    Abstract: Microwave catheter apparatuses, systems, and methods for achieving renal neuromodulation by intravascular access are disclosed herein. One aspect of the present application, for example, is directed to apparatuses, systems, and methods that incorporate a catheter treatment device comprising an elongated shaft. The elongated shaft is sized and configured to deliver a microwave transmission element to a renal artery via an intravascular path. Renal neuromodulation may be achieved via dielectric heating in the presence of microwave irradiation that modulates neural fibers that contribute to renal function or alters vascular structures that feed or perfuse the neural fibers.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 9, 2016
    Publication date: January 12, 2017
    Inventors: Karun D. Naga, Roman Turovskiy, Denise Zarins, Mark Gelfand, Arye Rosen
  • Publication number: 20120253433
    Abstract: A phototherapy blanket/garment for easy repair and cleaning includes a blanket fitted with hook-and-loop fasteners which hold in place a plurality of light-emitting-device carriers. Power is applied to the light emitting devices by electrical conductors running along the blanket, through polarized connectors, and conductors running along the carriers.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 28, 2011
    Publication date: October 4, 2012
    Inventors: Harel D. Rosen, Shalom Komornik, Arye Rosen, Daniella Rosen
  • Publication number: 20120116486
    Abstract: Microwave catheter apparatuses, systems, and methods for achieving renal neuromodulation by intravascular access are disclosed herein. One aspect of the present application, for example, is directed to apparatuses, systems, and methods that incorporate a catheter treatment device comprising an elongated shaft. The elongated shaft is sized and configured to deliver a microwave transmission element to a renal artery via an intravascular path. Renal neuromodulation may be achieved via dielectric heating in the presence of microwave irradiation that modulates neural fibers that contribute to renal function or alters vascular structures that feed or perfuse the neural fibers.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 25, 2011
    Publication date: May 10, 2012
    Applicant: Medtronic Ardian Luxembourg S.a.r.l.
    Inventors: Karun D. Naga, Roman Turovskiy, Denise Zarins, Mark Gelfand, Arye Rosen
  • Publication number: 20110066072
    Abstract: An intracranial pressure device for measuring CSF pressure in a skull includes a housing located between the scalp and the skull containing pressure device circuitry and a conduit extending downwardly from the housing to the vicinity of the CSF. A pressure sensor is coupled to the conduit and located in communication with the CSF wherein the pressure sensor directly senses the pressure of the CSF and provides a signal representative of the pressure of the CSF to the pressure device circuitry by way of the conduit. The skull has a dura and the conduit extends by way of an opening through the skull and an opening through the dura to position the sensor in direct contact with the CSF. A fluid reservoir can be in communication with the CSF by way of a tube and by way of the housing. The fluid reservoir contains CSF.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 11, 2009
    Publication date: March 17, 2011
    Applicant: DREXEL UNIVERSITY
    Inventors: Usmah Kawoos, Arye Rosen, Harel D. Rosen, Francis A. Kralick
  • Publication number: 20090216149
    Abstract: A reliable and mass-producible microelectromechanical (MEMS)-based microwave intracranial pressure sensing device for use with a portable microwave monitor and methods for non-invasively monitoring intracranial pressure with this device are provided.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 1, 2006
    Publication date: August 27, 2009
    Applicant: DREXEL UNIVERSITY
    Inventors: Samuel R. Neff, Janine Neff, Arye Rosen, Mohammad-Reza Tofighi
  • Publication number: 20070191717
    Abstract: A catheter based implantable wireless pressure sensor and associated electronic circuitry for transmission of hemodynamic status of a subject.
    Type: Application
    Filed: February 13, 2007
    Publication date: August 16, 2007
    Applicant: DREXEL UNIVERSITY
    Inventors: Arye Rosen, Paul Walinsky
  • Publication number: 20070168000
    Abstract: A semiconductor device system includes a chamber, one or more semiconductor devices disposed within the chamber and operable to emit light, and an insulator fluid disposed within the chamber. The insulator fluid may be in contact with the semiconductor devices and operable to decrease the temperature of the semiconductor devices. The insulator fluid may comprise deionized water.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 13, 2006
    Publication date: July 19, 2007
    Inventors: Gemunu S. Happawana, Arye Rosen, Walter M. Janton, Gary A. Evans
  • Patent number: 6970654
    Abstract: An apparatus for optically generating signals comprises a mode-locked optical radiation source that generates mode-locked optical radiation with emitted modes separated by approximately 10 to approximately 300 GHz. Coupled to the optical radiation source is an optical demultiplexer with a demultiplexer input, a first demultiplexer output, and a second demultiplexer output, the demultiplexer input being coupled to said mode-locked radiation source. Additionally, the apparatus comprises an optical modulator having a modulator input and a modulator output, the modulator input being coupled to the first demultiplexer output, and an optical multiplexer having a first multiplexer input, a second multiplexer input, and a multiplexer output, the first multiplexer-input being coupled to the modulator output, the second multiplexer input being coupled to said second demultiplexer output.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 7, 2000
    Date of Patent: November 29, 2005
    Assignee: Sarnoff Corporation
    Inventors: Robert Wayne Paglione, Arye Rosen, Giora Griffel, Stewart Mark Perlow
  • Patent number: 6749623
    Abstract: A photodynamic therapy method administers, to a patient to be treated, a photosensitive medication which fluoresces when illuminated. The fluorescent light is an indication of the instantaneous phototherapy dose. A catheter according to the invention includes a probe or sensor arrangement for generating a signal representing the instantaneous amplitude of the fluorescence or the incident illumination. The signal is integrated to produce a signal representing the total dose of phototherapy. The photodynamic therapy is terminated when the integrated signal indicates a particular value. The catheter in one embodiment includes an array of semiconductor light sources near its distal end, energized from the proximal end. In another embodiment, the light source is external to the patient, and the light is conducted to the distal end of the catheter by one or more optical fibers.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 12, 2000
    Date of Patent: June 15, 2004
    Inventors: Richard A Hsi, Arye Rosen, Carmen E Rodriguez
  • Patent number: 6617670
    Abstract: A surface PIN (SPIN) device and a method of fabricating such a SPIN device. The SPIN device, when activated, confines carrier injection to a small volume near the surface of the device such that the device is sufficiently conductive to simulate a planar conductor. The SPIN device comprises a P+ region and an N+ region formed in an intrinsic (I) layer. The P+ and N+ regions are separated by a lateral length of intrinsic material of length L. The length L is approximately the carrier diffusion length. When DC bias is applied across the N+ and P+ regions carriers are injected into the intrinsic region at a density exceeding 1018 carriers per cubic cm. The intrinsic region is sufficiently thin to confine the carriers near the surface of the intrinsic region. As such, in the “on” state, the SPIN device simulates a conductive material. In the “off” state, the SPIN device is no longer conductive.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 20, 2001
    Date of Patent: September 9, 2003
    Assignee: Sarnoff Corporation
    Inventors: Gordon C. Taylor, Arye Rosen, Aly E. Fathy, Pradyumna K. Swain, Stewart M. Perlow
  • Patent number: 6567046
    Abstract: A reconfigurable antenna capable of dynamic reconfigurability of several antenna parameters. Specifically, the present invention is an antenna comprising a plurality of surface PIN devices arranged in a gridlike array. Each of the SPIN devices can be individually activated or deactivated. When a SPIN device is activated, the surface of the device is injected with carriers such that a plasma is produced within the intrinsic region of the device. The plasma can be sufficiently conductive to produce conductor or metal like characteristics at the surface of the device. Various ones of the SPIN devices can be activated to electronically paint a conductive pattern upon the substrate supporting the PIN devices. Through selective activation of the SPIN devices various surface antenna patterns can be produced upon the substrate including dipoles, cross dipoles, loop antennas, Yagi-Uda type antennas, log periodic antennas, and the like.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 20, 2001
    Date of Patent: May 20, 2003
    Assignee: Sarnoff Corporation
    Inventors: Gordon C. Taylor, Stewart M. Perlow, Arye Rosen, Aly E. Fathy, Sridhar Kanamaluru, Moniem Esherbiny
  • Patent number: 6535722
    Abstract: A tuning circuit, as for a television receiver or video recorder, employs switchable tuning circuits including micro-electronic electro-mechanical switches for selecting the ones of an array of capacitors and/or inductors as is useful in tunable circuits. The array of capacitors and/or inductors and micro-electro-mechanical switches of the switched tuning matrix is formed on an integrated circuit or an electronic circuit substrate along with amplifiers and other electronic elements of the tuning circuit for which the switched tuning matrix is employed. The switchable capacitance and inductance matrices are well suited for use in the resonators employed in the pre-selector filters, post-selector filters and oscillators of electronic tuners, such as those employed in television receivers and video recorders.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: December 7, 1998
    Date of Patent: March 18, 2003
    Assignee: Sarnoff Corporation
    Inventors: Arye Rosen, Stewart Mark Perlow, Raymond Louis Camisa
  • Publication number: 20020039083
    Abstract: A reconfigurable antenna capable of dynamic reconfigurability of several antenna parameters. Specifically, the present invention is an antenna comprising a plurality of surface PIN devices arranged in a gridlike array. Each of the SPIN devices can be individually activated or deactivated. When a SPIN device is activated, the surface of the device is injected with carriers such that a plasma is produced within the intrinsic region of the device. The plasma can be sufficiently conductive to produce conductor or metal like characteristics at the surface of the device. Various ones of the SPIN devices can be activated to electronically paint a conductive pattern upon the substrate supporting the PIN devices. Through selective activation of the SPIN devices various surface antenna patterns can be produced upon the substrate including dipoles, cross dipoles, loop antennas, Yagi-Uda type antennas, log periodic antennas, and the like.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 20, 2001
    Publication date: April 4, 2002
    Inventors: Gordon C. Taylor, Stewart M. Perlow, Arye Rosen, Aly E. Fathy, Sridhar Kanamaluru, Moniem Elsherbiny
  • Publication number: 20010049180
    Abstract: A surface PIN (SPIN) device and a method of fabricating such a SPIN device. The SPIN device, when activated, confines carrier injection to a small volume near the surface of the device such that the device is sufficiently conductive to simulate a planar conductor. The SPIN device comprises a P+ region and an N+ region formed in an intrinsic (I) layer. The P+ and N+ regions are separated by a lateral length of intrinsic material of length L. The length L is approximately the carrier diffusion length. When DC bias is applied across the N+ and P+ regions carriers are injected into the intrinsic region at a density exceeding 1018 carriers per cubic cm. The intrinsic region is sufficiently thin to confine the carriers near the surface of the intrinsic region. As such, in the “on” state, the SPIN device simulates a conductive material. In the “off” state, the SPIN device is no longer conductive.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 20, 2001
    Publication date: December 6, 2001
    Inventors: Gordon C. Taylor, Arye Rosen, Aly E. Fathy, Pradyumna K. Swain, Stewart M. Perlow
  • Patent number: 6320547
    Abstract: An array antenna includes a first ceramic layer and a second ceramic layer. A metal layer is disposed between the first and second ceramic layers. A plurality of radiating elements are mounted on the first ceramic layer, and a plurality of control circuits are mounted on the second ceramic layer. The control circuits are coupled to the radiating elements through a plurality of conductive vias which feed through the metal layer. The array antenna may also include a switch having a plurality of poles formed in the second ceramic layer and coupled to one of the radiating elements through one or more conductive vias. A plurality of phase delay elements may be coupled at a first end to a signal source and coupled at a second end to the respective plurality of poles of the switch to provide phase-delayed signals. A waveguide may also be formed within the ceramic layers. Conductive vias or coaxial transmission lines may be used to connect elements within the array antenna.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 23, 2000
    Date of Patent: November 20, 2001
    Assignee: Sarnoff Corporation
    Inventors: Aly Eid Fathy, Bernard Dov Geller, Stewart Mark Perlow, Arye Rosen, Henry Charles Johnson
  • Patent number: 6154176
    Abstract: An array antenna includes a first ceramic layer and a second ceramic layer. A metal layer is disposed between the first and second ceramic layers. A plurality of radiating elements are mounted on the first ceramic layer, and a plurality of control circuits are mounted on the second ceramic layer. The control circuits are coupled to the radiating elements through a plurality of conductive vias which feed through the metal layer. The array antenna may also include a switch having a plurality of poles formed in the second ceramic layer and coupled to one of the radiating elements through one or more conductive vias. A plurality of phase delay elements may be coupled at a first end to a signal source and coupled at a second end to the respective plurality of poles of the switch to provide phase-delayed signals. A waveguide may also be formed within the ceramic layers. Conductive vias or coaxial transmission lines may be used to connect elements within the array antenna.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: April 30, 1999
    Date of Patent: November 28, 2000
    Assignee: Sarnoff Corporation
    Inventors: Aly Fathy, Bernard Dov Geller, Stewart Mark Perlow, Arye Rosen
  • Patent number: 6045575
    Abstract: An apparatus for treating neonatal jaundice is in the form of a garment (10, 40) which has semiconductor light sources (14, 214, 314) affixed thereto for radiating toward the "inside" of the garment when the infant is dressed in the garment. A portable energy source such as batteries (318) or a fuel cell (360) powers the array of light sources. A method according to the invention vests the infant in the garment, and energizes the light sources by coupling a battery to the light sources, or fueling and starting the fuel cell. The therapy is continued for as long as desired or needed.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: January 29, 1998
    Date of Patent: April 4, 2000
    Assignee: AMT, Inc.
    Inventors: Danielle Rosen, Arye Rosen
  • Patent number: 5872623
    Abstract: The invention provides apparatuses for detecting light from, for example, closely spaced detection sites. In one embodiment, the invention provides an apparatus for measuring the amount of light emitted from or transmitted through two or more detection sites of a first set of detection sites on a planar substrate while spatially resolving the measurements for each detection site of the first set, the apparatus comprising: for each detection site of the first set, an addressable source of a light beam directed to that detection site at a first angle; and an array detector comprising a plurality of light responsive pixels, wherein for each detection site of the first set there is at least one light responsive pixel that receives light emitted from or transmitted through that detection site at a second angle that can be the same as the first angle.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 26, 1996
    Date of Patent: February 16, 1999
    Assignee: Sarnoff Corporation
    Inventors: Paul J. Stabile, David Norman Ludington, Pamela Kay York, Arye Rosen, Satyam Choudary Cherukuri, Peter John Zanzucchi, Paul Heaney