Patents by Inventor Christopher R. Cox

Christopher R. Cox 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: 20190213148
    Abstract: Examples include techniques to access or operate a dual in-line memory module (DIMM) via one or multiple data channels. In some examples, memory devices at or on the DIMM may be accessed via one or more data channels. The one or more data channels arranged such that the DIMM is configured to operate in a dual channel mode that includes two data channels or to operate in a single channel mode that includes a single data channel.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 3, 2018
    Publication date: July 11, 2019
    Inventors: Bill NALE, Christopher E. COX, Kuljit S. BAINS, George VERGIS, James A. McCALL, Chong J. ZHAO, Suneeta SAH, Pete D. VOGT, John R. GOLES
  • Publication number: 20190182369
    Abstract: An image item processing engine for image item exchange may receive an image item data packet including two image items, each including a digital image documenting an action for a recipient institution and associated metadata. The metadata may identify the image item sender and a country associated with an image item, the packet originator, or the recipient institution, at least one country associated with the second image item being different than a country associated with the first image item. The engine may apply sorting rules to determine item types for the first and second image items based on their metadata, determine a recipient institution for the packet based on the item types, assemble a data transfer packet including the digital images and metadata included in the first and second image items, and provide the data transfer packet to a transfer packet routing service for routing to the selected recipient institution.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 7, 2017
    Publication date: June 13, 2019
    Inventors: Timmy Leo Gauvin, Kenneth R. Cox, Haywood P. Enloe, Jasher David Fowles, Georgeann Paschal Gregory, Christopher David Greth, Shawn Cart Gunsolley, Charles Christopher Harbinson, Leslie Marie LaRock, Clarence E. Lee, II, Timothy Alan Mincey, Jeanne Marie Moulton, Raymond William Schall, JR., Tami Marie Shepard, Michael G. Smith, Shashi R. Warrier
  • Publication number: 20170322211
    Abstract: A phage specific antibody presenting particle, devices and methods related to detection of phage amplification are provided. Specifically, described herein are compositions and methods for detecting Listeria bacteria using an antibody that recognized A511 anti-Listeria phage, wherein the antibody is conjugated to a nanoparticle that can be detected by surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS).
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 26, 2017
    Publication date: November 9, 2017
    Inventors: Nicholas R. Stambach, Stephanie A. Carr, Christopher R. Cox, Kent J. Voorhees
  • Publication number: 20140106336
    Abstract: The present disclosure generally relates to systems, devices and methods for detecting magnetic-field-concentrated target analytes within a lateral flow capillary.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 7, 2011
    Publication date: April 17, 2014
    Applicant: Colorado School of Mines
    Inventors: Kent J. Voorhees, Christopher R. Cox, Roy R. Mondesire
  • Patent number: 5602555
    Abstract: An antenna for a base station comprising a plurality of antenna arrays (40; FIG. 6a) each capable of forming a multiplicity of separate overlapping narrow beams in azimuth, the arrays being positioned such that the of beams formed by the arrays provide a coverage in azimuth wider than each array. Means are provided for recognizing unique identifier signals (70; FIG. 6b) incorporated in call signals passing through the antenna; and coherent detection means for discriminating between unwanted call signals and wanted call signals using said unique identifier signals.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 16, 1995
    Date of Patent: February 11, 1997
    Assignee: Northern Telecom Limited
    Inventors: Jeffrey G. Searle, Stuart J. Dean, Peter J. Chrystie, Keith R. Broome, Christopher R. Cox, Stephen J. Westlake
  • Patent number: 5603089
    Abstract: A base station antenna arrangement comprising a plurality of antenna arrays each capable of forming a multiplicity of separate overlapping narrow beams in azimuth, the arrays being positioned such that the totality of beams formed by the arrays provides a substantially omni-directional coverage in azimuth, azimuth and elevation beamforming means for each array, a plurality of r.f. transceivers each for transmitting and receiving r.f. signals for one or more calls, switching matrix means for connecting each transceiver with one or other of the arrays via the beamforming means, control means for controlling the switching matrix means whereby a particular transceiver is connected to a particular array via the beamforming means to exchange r.f. signals with a remote station located in the area covered by one of the narrow beams.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 21, 1995
    Date of Patent: February 11, 1997
    Inventors: Jeffrey G. Searle, Stuart J. Dean, Keith R. Broome, Peter J. Chrystie, Christopher R. Cox
  • Patent number: 5596329
    Abstract: A smart antenna for a base station comprises a plurality of antenna arrays each capable of forming a multiplicity of separate overlapping narrow beams in azimuth, the arrays being positioned such that the totality of beams formed by the arrays provides a substantially omni-directional coverage in azimuth A plurality of r.f. transceivers is provided each for transmitting and receiving r.f. signals for one or more calls, with switching matrix means for connecting each transceiver with one or other of the arrays via beamformers. Each transceiver is connected by a switch matrix to a particular array to exchange r.f. signals with a remote station located in the area covered by one of the narrow overlapping beams. Means are provided for selecting for a given call more than one of the best received signals from the multiplicity of narrow overlapping beams and the selected signals are combined to form a single receive signal input for the r.f. transceiver for the given call.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 12, 1994
    Date of Patent: January 21, 1997
    Assignee: Northern Telecom Limited
    Inventors: Jeffrey G. Searle, Stuart J. Dean, Peter J. Chrystie, Keith R. Broome, Christopher R. Cox, Stephen J. Westlake
  • Patent number: 5576717
    Abstract: An antenna for a base station comprising a plurality of antenna arrays (40; FIG. 6a) each capable of forming a multiplicity of separate overlapping narrow beams in azimuth, the arrays being positioned such that the of beams formed by the arrays provide a coverage in azimuth wider than each array. Means (54; FIG. 6a) are provided for independent adjustment of receiver gain and/or transmitter radiated power level of individual beams.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 16, 1995
    Date of Patent: November 19, 1996
    Assignee: Northern Telecom Limited
    Inventors: Jeffrey G. Searle, Stuart J. Dean, Keith R. Broome, Peter J. Chrystie, Christopher R. Cox
  • Patent number: 5570098
    Abstract: An antenna for a base station comprising a plurality of antenna arrays (40; FIG. 6a) each capable of forming a multiplicity of separate overlapping narrow beams in azimuth, the arrays being positioned such that the beams formed by the arrays provide a coverage in azimuth wider than each array. Means are provided for communication with a base station network whereby communication link means (77; FIG. 5) are provided for communication with a base station network whereby, in addition to telecommunications message traffic passing through the antenna, control and supervisory information can be exchanged between the antenna and the base station network.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 16, 1995
    Date of Patent: October 29, 1996
    Assignee: Northern Telecom Limited
    Inventors: Jeffrey G. Searle, Christopher R. Cox