Patents by Inventor Christopher R. Bye

Christopher R. Bye 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: 20230275604
    Abstract: A transceiver having a down-converter for converting a radio-frequency (RF) input signal to an intermediate frequency (IF) signal with an analog low latency bypass path coupled to the IF signal and configured to provide a low latency IF signal and an up-converter for converting an IF signal to an RF signal. There is a digital path coupled to the IF signal and configured to provide a digitally processed IF signal, and an up-converter for converting at least one of the low latency IF signal and the digitally processed IF signal to an RF output signal. In a further example, the down-converter and the up-converter convert to millimeter wave frequencies and filters the millimeter wave frequencies with cavity filters.
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 1, 2023
    Publication date: August 31, 2023
    Applicant: BAE Systems Information and Electronic Systems Integration Inc.
    Inventors: Dean Puzzo, Michael W. Blum, Christopher R. Bye
  • Patent number: 11664832
    Abstract: A transceiver having a transceiver including a down-converter for converting a radio-frequency (RF) input signal to an intermediate frequency (IF) signal with an analog low latency bypass path coupled to the IF signal and configured to provide a low latency IF signal. There is a digital path coupled to the IF signal and configured to provide a digitally processed IF signal, and an up-converter for converting at least one of the low latency IF signal and the digitally processed IF signal to an RF output signal. In a further example, the down-converter and the up-converter convert to millimeter wave frequencies and filters the millimeter wave frequencies with cavity filters comprising quartz.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 29, 2021
    Date of Patent: May 30, 2023
    Assignee: Bae Systems Information and Electronic Systems Integration Inc.
    Inventors: Dean Puzzo, Michael W. Blum, Christopher R. Bye
  • Patent number: 10784826
    Abstract: The present disclosure provide a device, system, and method for generating, in an electrical device, a 1 bit or a 0 bit that is received in a switching circuit powered by a battery. The device, system, and method generates, in the switching circuit, a negative bias voltage and a positive bias voltage. The device, system, and method transmits the negative bias voltage and the positive bias voltage to a power amplifier. The device, system, and method turns the power amplifier from an off-state to an on-state in response to receiving the negative bias voltage. The device, system, and method amplifies, with the power amplifier, a power signal moving through power amplifier when the amplifier is in the on-state.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 24, 2018
    Date of Patent: September 22, 2020
    Assignee: BAE Systems Information and Electronic Systems Integration Inc.
    Inventors: Carlton T. Creamer, Christopher R. Bye, Vali Touba, Stephen J Creane
  • Publication number: 20200136571
    Abstract: The present disclosure provide a device, system, and method for generating, in an electrical device, a 1 bit or a 0 bit that is received in a switching circuit powered by a battery. The device, system, and method generates, in the switching circuit, a negative bias voltage and a positive bias voltage. The device, system, and method transmits the negative bias voltage and the positive bias voltage to a power amplifier. The device, system, and method turns the power amplifier from an off-state to an on-state in response to receiving the negative bias voltage. The device, system, and method amplifies, with the power amplifier, a power signal moving through power amplifier when the amplifier is in the on-state.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 24, 2018
    Publication date: April 30, 2020
    Inventors: Carlton T. Creamer, Christopher R. Bye, Vali Touba, Stephen J Creane