Patents by Inventor Bhavin Shah

Bhavin Shah 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: 11347256
    Abstract: Aspects of the disclosure are directed to reducing clock-ungating induced voltage droop by determining a maximum frequency value associated with an output clock waveform; modulating a clock frequency of the output clock waveform for a first time duration based on a first programmable mask pattern or a first Boolean function; and determining if either the first programmable mask pattern or the first Boolean function should be changed. In accordance with one aspect, a voltage droop mitigation circuit includes a control logic for receiving an input clock waveform and a clock enable signal waveform and for outputting a gated clock enable signal waveform; a latch coupled to the control logic, the latch for holding a state of the gated clock enable signal waveform and a AND gate coupled to the latch, the AND gate for outputting an output clock waveform.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: January 6, 2021
    Date of Patent: May 31, 2022
    Assignee: QUALCOMM Incorporated
    Inventors: Martin Saint-Laurent, Lam Ho, Carlos Andres Rodriguez Ancer, Bhavin Shah
  • Publication number: 20220096716
    Abstract: Methods to produce laminates including layers of constructs made from P4HB and copolymers thereof have been developed. These laminates may be used as medical implants, or further processed to make medical implants. The laminates are produced at a temperature equal to or greater than the softening points of the P4HB or copolymers thereof. The layers may include oriented forms of the constructs. Orientation can be preserved during lamination so that the laminate is also oriented, when the laminates are formed at temperatures less than the de-orientation temperatures of the layers. The laminate layers may include, for example, films, textiles, including woven, knitted, braided and non-woven textiles, foams, thermoforms, and fibers. The laminates preferably include one or more oriented P4HB films.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 22, 2021
    Publication date: March 31, 2022
    Applicant: Tepha, Inc.
    Inventors: Said Rizk, David P. Martin, Fabio Felix, Matthew Bernasconi, Bhavin Shah, Simon F. Williams
  • Publication number: 20220095131
    Abstract: Embodiments herein disclose methods for handling a data driven model in a wireless communication network. The method includes identifying, by a first electronic device, a common data driven model capability between a capability information of one or more first data driven model and a capability information of one or more second data driven model. The one or more first data driven model is associated with the first electronic device and the one or more second data driven model is associated with the second electronic device. Further, the method includes performing, by the first electronic device, one of: storing the common data driven model capability in the first electronic device on identifying the common data driven model capability, and disabling a data driven model capability in the first electronic device on not identifying the common data driven model capability.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 6, 2021
    Publication date: March 24, 2022
    Inventors: Ravi SURANA, Naveen KOLATI, Hoonjae LEE, Bhavin SHAH, Yongtae KIM
  • Publication number: 20220021221
    Abstract: One example provides a system for dynamically balancing power in a battery pack during charging and discharging. The system includes a battery pack, a control unit, and a load unit. The battery pack includes one or more modules. Each module includes one or more bricks. Each brick includes one or more blocks connected either in a series configuration or in a parallel configuration. Each block includes one or more cells. The control unit is connected with the battery pack across each of the blocks for processing power from each of the blocks irrespective of a power mismatch between the blocks. The control unit dynamically balances the power in the battery pack by controlling a differential current from a block with higher state of charge (SOC) to a block of lower SOC, using one or more converters and thereby maximizing available energy of the battery pack during charging and discharging.
    Type: Application
    Filed: July 14, 2020
    Publication date: January 20, 2022
    Inventors: Sunit Tyagi, Jitendra Apte, Hemanshu Bhatt, Anupam Hudait, Ranjith N, Pooja Sharma, Dipti Kapadia, Rashmi Naroji, Bhavin Shah, Deepthi Keshavan
  • Publication number: 20210334156
    Abstract: An automated agent may communicate with a user via a chat channel to proactively alert the user of an L1 IT support issue. The L1 IT support issue may be determined based on monitoring indications of human-initiated activities maintained by a system of record, and may, prior to the automated agent's alert, be unknown to the user. In some instances, a natural language understanding (NLU) module may be used to identify an entity and intent from the indications of human-initiated activities, and the L1 IT support issue may be determined based on the determined entity and intent. After alerting the user of the Ll IT support issue, the automated agent may inform, via the chat channel, the user of a remediation step available to address the L1 IT support issue. Upon obtaining the user's permission, the automated agent may perform the remediation step to address the L1 IT support issue.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 28, 2021
    Publication date: October 28, 2021
    Inventors: Ahmed Al-Bahar, Sadish Ravi, Sunil Nagaraj, Dongxu Zhou, Vaibhav Nivargi, Varun Singh, Jiang Chen, Bhavin Shah
  • Patent number: 11154642
    Abstract: Methods to produce laminates including layers of constructs made from P4HB and copolymers thereof have been developed. These laminates may be used as medical implants, or further processed to make medical implants. The laminates are produced at a temperature equal to or greater than the softening points of the P4HB or copolymers thereof. The layers may include oriented forms of the constructs. Orientation can be preserved during lamination so that the laminate is also oriented, when the laminates are formed at temperatures less than the de-orientation temperatures of the layers. The laminate layers may include, for example, films, textiles, including woven, knitted, braided and non-woven textiles, foams, thermoforms, and fibers. The laminates preferably include one or more oriented P4HB films.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: December 18, 2014
    Date of Patent: October 26, 2021
    Assignee: Tepha, Inc.
    Inventors: Said Rizk, David P. Martin, Fabio Felix, Matthew Bernasconi, Bhavin Shah, Simon F. Williams
  • Patent number: 11065368
    Abstract: The present invention provides, in certain aspects, medical graft products that incorporate multiple drug depots in and/or on the products. One such product is a sheet graft construct, for example for tissue support that includes a sheet graft material with a plurality of drug depots. The drug depots can be hardened deposits formed directly onto the sheet graft material and/or can be capable of eluting a drug for a minimum of 72 hours.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 14, 2014
    Date of Patent: July 20, 2021
    Assignees: Cook Biotech Incorporated, Cook Medical Technologies LLC
    Inventors: Rhonda Peck, Bhavin Shah, Umesh H. Patel, Krista Gearhart, Steven Charlebois, Keith Milner, Eric J. Rodenberg
  • Publication number: 20210124387
    Abstract: Aspects of the disclosure are directed to reducing clock-ungating induced voltage droop by determining a maximum frequency value associated with an output clock waveform; modulating a clock frequency of the output clock waveform for a first time duration based on a first programmable mask pattern or a first Boolean function; and determining if either the first programmable mask pattern or the first Boolean function should be changed. In accordance with one aspect, a voltage droop mitigation circuit includes a control logic for receiving an input clock waveform and a clock enable signal waveform and for outputting a gated clock enable signal waveform; a latch coupled to the control logic, the latch for holding a state of the gated clock enable signal waveform and a AND gate coupled to the latch, the AND gate for outputting an output clock waveform.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 6, 2021
    Publication date: April 29, 2021
    Inventors: Martin SAINT-LAURENT, Lam HO, Carlos Andres RODRIGUEZ ANCER, Bhavin SHAH
  • Patent number: 10890937
    Abstract: Aspects of the disclosure are directed to reducing clock-ungating induced voltage droop by determining a maximum frequency value associated with an output clock waveform; modulating a clock frequency of the output clock waveform for a first time duration based on a first programmable mask pattern or a first Boolean function; and determining if either the first programmable mask pattern or the first Boolean function should be changed. In accordance with one aspect, a voltage droop mitigation circuit includes a control logic for receiving an input clock waveform and a clock enable signal waveform and for outputting a gated clock enable signal waveform; a latch coupled to the control logic, the latch for holding a state of the gated clock enable signal waveform and a AND gate coupled to the latch, the AND gate for outputting an output clock waveform.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 16, 2018
    Date of Patent: January 12, 2021
    Assignee: Qualcomm Incorporated
    Inventors: Martin Saint-Laurent, Lam Ho, Carlos Andres Rodriguez Ancer, Bhavin Shah
  • Patent number: 10874498
    Abstract: Calendered surgical meshes comprising polyhydroxyalkanoate polymers have been developed. These meshes, preferably made from poly-4-hydroxybutyrate or copolymer thereof, have a thickness that is between 50 to 99% of the thickness of the mesh prior to calendering, and a burst strength that is not less than 20% of the burst strength of the mesh prior to calendering. The thinner calendered meshes are particularly suitable for surgical applications where a thinner profile mesh with high burst strength is required, and where it is advantageous to have a mesh with a smooth surface. The meshes may be partially or fully resorbable, and are particularly suitable for use in the treatment of pelvic organ prolapse.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 5, 2018
    Date of Patent: December 29, 2020
    Assignee: TEPHA, INC.
    Inventors: Said Rizk, Bhavin Shah, David P. Martin, Simon F. Williams
  • Publication number: 20200240044
    Abstract: Resorbable multifilament yarns and monofilament fibers including poly-4-hydroxybutyrate and copolymers thereof with high tenacity or high tensile strength have been developed. The yarns and fibers are produced by cold drawing the multifilament yarns and monofilament fibers before hot drawing the yarns and fibers under tension at temperatures above the melt temperature of the polymer or copolymer. These yarns and fibers have prolonged strength retention in vivo making them suitable for soft tissue repairs where high strength and strength retention is required. The multifilament yarns have tenacities higher than 8.1 grams per denier, and in vivo, retain at least 65% of their initial strength at 2 weeks. The monofilament fibers retain at least 50% of their initial strength at 4 weeks in vivo. The monofilament fibers have tensile strengths higher than 500 MPa. These yarns and fibers may be used to make various medical devices for various applications.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 9, 2020
    Publication date: July 30, 2020
    Inventors: Amit Ganatra, Fabio Felix, Bhavin Shah, Matthew Bernasconi, Said Rizk, David P. Martin, Simon F. Williams
  • Publication number: 20200121318
    Abstract: Described are medical devices useful for applying a bolster material to a surgical fastening device such as a stapler, and related methods of manufacture and use. The devices include an applicator element for receipt between arms of the stapler, and a bolster material, desirably a remodelable extracellular matrix material, coupled to the applicator element. In certain embodiments, the bolster material is held by the applicator element, for example having at least a portion looped around or received through or over a portion of the applicator element. Also described are unique implantable materials including coatings of dried, reversible adhesive.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 18, 2019
    Publication date: April 23, 2020
    Inventors: Michael C. Hiles, Umesh H. Patel, Bhavin Shah, Chad S. McAlexander
  • Patent number: 10626521
    Abstract: Resorbable multifilament yarns and monofilament fibers including poly-4-hydroxybutyrate and copolymers thereof with high tenacity or high tensile strength have been developed. The yarns and fibers are produced by cold drawing the multifilament yarns and monofilament fibers before hot drawing the yarns and fibers under tension at temperatures above the melt temperature of the polymer or copolymer. These yarns and fibers have prolonged strength retention in vivo making them suitable for soft tissue repairs where high strength and strength retention is required. The multifilament yarns have tenacities higher than 8.1 grams per denier, and in vivo, retain at least 65% of their initial strength at 2 weeks. The monofilament fibers retain at least 50% of their initial strength at 4 weeks in vivo. The monofilament fibers have tensile strengths higher than 500 MPa. These yarns and fibers may be used to make various medical devices for various applications, including mesh sutures.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 29, 2018
    Date of Patent: April 21, 2020
    Assignee: Tepha, Inc.
    Inventors: Said Rizk, Bhavin Shah, Amit Ganatra, Skander Limem, David P. Martin, Simon F. Williams
  • Patent number: 10589527
    Abstract: Example implementations relate to liquid adsorption. In an example, a liquid adsorption system includes a vapor barrier container having a sealable internal volume, a liquid dispensing device in the internal volume, where the liquid dispensing device includes liquid in a liquid flow path extending through at least a portion of the liquid dispensing device to an opening in communication with the internal volume, and a liquid adsorbing material in the internal volume.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: December 21, 2015
    Date of Patent: March 17, 2020
    Assignee: HEWLETT-PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, L.P.
    Inventors: Daniel D. Dowell, Minalben Bhavin Shah
  • Patent number: 10590566
    Abstract: Resorbable multifilament yarns and monofilament fibers including poly-4-hydroxybutyrate and copolymers thereof with high tenacity or high tensile strength have been developed. The yarns and fibers are produced by cold drawing the multifilament yarns and monofilament fibers before hot drawing the yarns and fibers under tension at temperatures above the melt temperature of the polymer or copolymer. These yarns and fibers have prolonged strength retention in vivo making them suitable for soft tissue repairs where high strength and strength retention is required. The multifilament yarns have tenacities higher than 8.1 grams per denier, and in vivo, retain at least 65% of their initial strength at 2 weeks. The monofilament fibers retain at least 50% of their initial strength at 4 weeks in vivo. The monofilament fibers have tensile strengths higher than 500 MPa. These yarns and fibers may be used to make various medical devices for various applications.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 19, 2018
    Date of Patent: March 17, 2020
    Assignee: Tepha, Inc.
    Inventors: Amit Ganatra, Fabio Felix, Bhavin Shah, Matthew Bernasconi, Said Rizk, David P. Martin, Simon F. Williams
  • Patent number: 10532127
    Abstract: Methods to produce perforated collagen coated meshes for use as implants have been developed. The method involves positioning needles through the pores of the mesh, coating the mesh with a collagen solution, freezing the coated mesh, removing the needles from the frozen coated mesh, drying the collagen coated mesh, and optionally cross-linking the coated mesh. The method allows perforated collagen coated meshes to be prepared with variable thickness, and without damage to the surface of the mesh. The perforations of the collagen coated meshes may be designed to prevent the formation of fluid pockets when the coated meshes are implanted, and to permit rapid incorporation into host tissue. The perforated collagen coated meshes may be used for soft tissue repair, regeneration or remodeling including, for example, hernia repair, mastopexy, treatment of urinary incontinence, pelvic floor reconstruction, and ligament and tendon repair.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 17, 2016
    Date of Patent: January 14, 2020
    Assignee: Tepha, Inc.
    Inventors: Skander Limem, Bhavin Shah, Said Rizk
  • Patent number: 10512463
    Abstract: Described are medical devices useful for applying a bolster material to a surgical fastening device such as a stapler, and related methods of manufacture and use. The devices include an applicator element for receipt between arms of the stapler, and a bolster material, desirably a remodelable extracellular matrix material, coupled to the applicator element. In certain embodiments, the bolster material is held by the applicator element, for example having at least a portion looped around or received through or over a portion of the applicator element. Also described are unique implantable materials including coatings of dried, reversible adhesive.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 2, 2015
    Date of Patent: December 24, 2019
    Assignee: Cook Biotech Incorporated
    Inventors: Michael C. Hiles, Umesh H. Patel, Bhavin Shah, Chad S. McAlexander
  • Patent number: 10500309
    Abstract: Described are medical products including an adhesive containing a polypeptide component such as gelatin and a tackiness-providing polyhydroxy compound, such as at least one compound selected from the group consisting of glycerin and fructose. Such medical products can find use as a bolster material for use in conjunction with a surgical fastening device such as a stapler. Other medical applications utilizing a medical product of the invention include tissue repair and pharmaceutical delivery to a desired location. Related methods of manufacture and use are also described.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 24, 2008
    Date of Patent: December 10, 2019
    Assignee: Cook Biotech Incorporated
    Inventors: Bhavin Shah, Paul J. Hall
  • Patent number: 10409317
    Abstract: Aspects of the disclosure are directed to reducing clock-ungating induced voltage droop by determining a maximum frequency value associated with an output clock waveform; modulating a clock frequency of the output clock waveform for a first time duration based on a first programmable mask pattern or a first Boolean function; and determining if either the first programmable mask pattern or the first Boolean function should be changed. In accordance with one aspect, a voltage droop mitigation circuit includes a control logic for receiving an input clock waveform and a clock enable signal waveform and for outputting a gated clock enable signal waveform; a latch coupled to the control logic, the latch for holding a state of the gated clock enable signal waveform and a AND gate coupled to the latch, the AND gate for outputting an output clock waveform.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 5, 2017
    Date of Patent: September 10, 2019
    Assignee: QUALCOMM Incorporated
    Inventors: Martin Saint-Laurent, Lam Ho, Carlos Andres Rodriguez Ancer, Bhavin Shah
  • Publication number: 20190254807
    Abstract: Expandable absorbable implants have been developed that are suitable for breast reconstruction following mastectomy. The implants can be implanted in the vicinity of a tissue expander, for example, by suturing to the detached edge of the pectoralis major muscle to function as a pectoralis extender, and used to form a sling for a tissue expander. The implants, which permit tissue-ingrowth and slowly degrade, can be expanded in the breast using a tissue expander in order to form a pocket for a permanent breast implant. After expansion, the tissue expander can be removed and replaced with a permanent breast implant. The expandable implants help reduce patient discomfort resulting from tissue expansion, and avoid the need to use allografts or xenografts to create the pocket for the tissue expander. The expandable absorbable implant preferably comprises poly-4-hydroxybutyrate or copolymer thereof.
    Type: Application
    Filed: February 19, 2019
    Publication date: August 22, 2019
    Inventors: Skander Limem, Bhavin Shah, Said Rizk, Matthew Dubois, Simon F. Williams