Patents by Inventor James Fredrickson

James Fredrickson 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: 10689281
    Abstract: A mobile processing system is disclosed for the removal of radioactive contaminants from nuclear process waste water. The system is fully scalable, modular, and portable allowing the system to be fully customizable according the site-specific remediation requirements. It is designed to be both transported and operated from standard sized intermodal containers or custom designed enclosures for increased mobility between sites and on-site, further increasing the speed and ease with which the system may be deployed. Additionally, the system is completely modular wherein the various different modules perform different forms or stages of waste water remediation and may be connected in parallel and/or in series. Depending on the needs of the particular site, one or more different processes may be used. In some embodiments, one or more of the same modules may be used in the same operation.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: April 11, 2018
    Date of Patent: June 23, 2020
    Assignee: Kurion, Inc.
    Inventors: John Raymont, James Fredrickson, Joshua Leighton Mertz, David Carlson, Mark Denton, Gary Hofferber, Ja-Kael Luey, Zechariah James Fitzgerald, Ronald Merritt Orme, Eric Vincent Penland
  • Publication number: 20200002209
    Abstract: A mobile processing system is disclosed for the removal of radioactive contaminants from nuclear process waste water. The system is fully scalable, modular, and portable allowing the system to be fully customizable according the site-specific remediation requirements. It is designed to be both transported and operated from standard sized intermodal containers or custom designed enclosures for increased mobility between sites and on-site, further increasing the speed and ease with which the system may be deployed. Additionally, the system is completely modular wherein the various different modules perform different forms or stages of waste water remediation and may be connected in parallel and/or in series. Depending on the needs of the particular site, one or more different processes may be used. In some embodiments, one or more of the same modules may be used in the same operation.
    Type: Application
    Filed: August 7, 2019
    Publication date: January 2, 2020
    Inventors: John RAYMONT, James FREDRICKSON, Joshua Leighton MERTZ, David CARLSON, Mark DENTON, Gary HOFFERBER, Ja-Kael LUEY, Zechariah James FITZGERALD, Ronald Merritt ORME, Eric Vincent PENLAND
  • Publication number: 20180297878
    Abstract: A mobile processing system is disclosed for the removal of radioactive contaminants from nuclear process waste water. The system is fully scalable, modular, and portable allowing the system to be fully customizable according the site-specific remediation requirements. It is designed to be both transported and operated from standard sized intermodal containers or custom designed enclosures for increased mobility between sites and on-site, further increasing the speed and ease with which the system may be deployed. Additionally, the system is completely modular wherein the various different modules perform different forms or stages of waste water remediation and may be connected in parallel and/or in series. Depending on the needs of the particular site, one or more different processes may be used. In some embodiments, one or more of the same modules may be used in the same operation.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 11, 2018
    Publication date: October 18, 2018
    Applicant: Kurion, Inc.
    Inventors: John RAYMONT, James FREDRICKSON, Joshua Leighton MERTZ, David CARLSON, Mark DENTON, Gary HOFFERBER, Ja-Kael LUEY, Zechariah James FITZGERALD, Ronald Merritt ORME, Eric Vincent PENLAND
  • Patent number: 9981868
    Abstract: A mobile processing system is disclosed for the removal of radioactive contaminants from nuclear process waste water. The system is fully scalable, modular, and portable allowing the system to be fully customizable according the site-specific remediation requirements. It is designed to be both transported and operated from standard sized intermodal containers or custom designed enclosures for increased mobility between sites and on-site, further increasing the speed and ease with which the system may be deployed. Additionally, the system is completely modular wherein the various different modules perform different forms or stages of waste water remediation and may be connected in parallel and/or in series. Depending on the needs of the particular site, one or more different processes may be used. In some embodiments, one or more of the same modules may be used in the same operation.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 24, 2015
    Date of Patent: May 29, 2018
    Assignee: KURION, INC.
    Inventors: John Raymont, James Fredrickson, Joshua Mertz, David Carlson, Mark Denton, Gary Alan Hofferber, Ja-Kael Luey, Zechariah James Fitzgerald, Ronald Merritt Orme, Eric Vincent Penland
  • Publication number: 20150368136
    Abstract: A mobile processing system is disclosed for the removal of radioactive contaminants from nuclear process waste water. The system is fully scalable, modular, and portable allowing the system to be fully customizable according the site-specific remediation requirements. It is designed to be both transported and operated from standard sized intermodal containers or custom designed enclosures for increased mobility between sites and on-site, further increasing the speed and ease with which the system may be deployed. Additionally, the system is completely modular wherein the various different modules perform different forms or stages of waste water remediation and may be connected in parallel and/or in series. Depending on the needs of the particular site, one or more different processes may be used. In some embodiments, one or more of the same modules may be used in the same operation.
    Type: Application
    Filed: June 24, 2015
    Publication date: December 24, 2015
    Applicant: KURION, INC.
    Inventors: John RAYMONT, James FREDRICKSON, Joshua MERTZ, Richard KEENAN, David CARLSON, Mark DENTON, Gary Alan HOFFERBER, Ja-Kael LUEY, Zechariah James FITZGERALD, Ronald Merritt ORME, Eric Vincent PENLAND
  • Publication number: 20070033623
    Abstract: A method and apparatus for automatically providing continuous programming on a broadcast channel. The method and apparatus detect the occurrence of an event, selects content to use as the continuity programming in view of at least one characteristic of the event, and transmits the selected content through the broadcast channel.
    Type: Application
    Filed: August 4, 2006
    Publication date: February 8, 2007
    Applicant: Princeton Server Group, Inc.
    Inventors: James Fredrickson, Jesse Lerman, Paul Andrews
  • Publication number: 20070033633
    Abstract: A method and apparatus for providing a transition between multimedia content, e.g., video clips. The method and apparatus detects a transition trigger that identifies that a transition is necessary at a specific point within a currently playing video clip. The method and apparatus select a driver level API for producing a desired transition effect, then executes the selected API to produce the transition effect. The transition API controls a video decoder such that a currently playing video can be altered at the transition point to have a specific transition effect. Controlling the luminance and audio signal levels of the decoder creates the desired transition effect.
    Type: Application
    Filed: August 8, 2006
    Publication date: February 8, 2007
    Applicant: Princeton Server Group, Inc.
    Inventors: Paul Andrews, Jesse Lerman, James Fredrickson
  • Patent number: 7165140
    Abstract: A queuing architecture and method for scheduling disk drive access requests in a video server. The queuing architecture employs a controlled admission policy that determines how a new user is assigned to a specific disk drive in a disk drive array. The queuing architecture includes, for each disk drive, a first queue for requests from users currently receiving information from the server, and a second queue for all other disk access requests, as well as a queue selector selecting a particular first queue or second queue for enqueuing a request based on the controlled admission policy. The controlled admission policy defines a critical time period such that if a new user request can be fulfilled without causing a steady-state access request for a particular disk drive to miss a time deadline, the new user request is enqueued in the second queue of the particular disk drive; otherwise, the controlled admission policy enqueues the new user request in a second queue of another disk drive.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 16, 2003
    Date of Patent: January 16, 2007
    Assignee: Sedna Patent Services, LLC
    Inventors: Robert G. Dandrea, Danny Chin, Jesse S. Lerman, Clement G. Taylor, James Fredrickson
  • Publication number: 20040064640
    Abstract: A queuing architecture and method for scheduling disk drive access requests in a video server. The queuing architecture employs a controlled admission policy that determines how a new user is assigned to a specific disk drive in a disk drive array. The queuing architecture includes, for each disk drive, a first queue for requests from users currently receiving information from the server, and a second queue for all other disk access requests, as well as a queue selector selecting a particular first queue or second queue for enqueuing a request based on the controlled admission policy. The controlled admission policy defines a critical time period such that if a new user request can be fulfilled without causing a steady-state access request for a particular disk drive to miss a time deadline, the new user request is enqueued in the second queue of the particular disk drive; otherwise, the controlled admission policy enqueues the new user request in a second queue of another disk drive.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 16, 2003
    Publication date: April 1, 2004
    Inventors: Robert G. Dandrea, Danny Chin, Jesse S. Lerman, Clement G. Taylor, James Fredrickson
  • Patent number: 6691208
    Abstract: A queuing architecture and method for scheduling disk drive access requests in a video server. The queuing architecture employs a controlled admission policy that determines how a new user is assigned to a specific disk drive in a disk drive array. The queuing architecture includes, for each disk drive, a first queue for requests from users currently receiving information from the server, and a second queue for all other disk access requests, as well as a queue selector selecting a particular first queue or second queue for enqueuing a request based on the controlled admission policy. The controlled admission policy defines a critical time period such that if a new user request can be fulfilled without causing a steady-state access request for a particular disk drive to miss a time deadline, the new user request is enqueued in the second queue of the particular disk drive; otherwise, the controlled admission policy enqueues the new user request in a second queue of another disk drive.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 7, 2001
    Date of Patent: February 10, 2004
    Assignee: Diva Systems Corp.
    Inventors: Robert G. Dandrea, Danny Chin, Jesse S. Lerman, Clement G. Taylor, James Fredrickson
  • Patent number: 6378036
    Abstract: A queuing architecture and method for scheduling disk drive access requests in a video server. The queuing architecture employs at least two access request queues for each disk drive within a disk drive array, and a queue selector for selecting the first and second queues. The first queue is for disk access requests by steady-state users requesting new data streams who are currently viewing a program from the video server. The second queue is for all other types of disk access requests, including requests by new users, requests for loading content, disk maintenance, meta-data synchronizing, and the like. Steady-state disk access requests are serviced in order of ascending time deadlines. The queue selector gives highest priority to requests in the first queue, and requests from the second queue are serviced only upon a guarantee that all of the steady-state requests in the first queue will meet their time deadlines in the worst case access times for the disk drives.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 12, 1999
    Date of Patent: April 23, 2002
    Assignee: DIVA Systems Corporation
    Inventors: Jesse S. Lerman, Clement G. Taylor, James Fredrickson, Danny Chin
  • Publication number: 20020013864
    Abstract: A queuing architecture and method for scheduling disk drive access requests in a video server. The queuing architecture employs a controlled admission policy that determines how a new user is assigned to a specific disk drive in a disk drive array.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 7, 2001
    Publication date: January 31, 2002
    Inventors: Robert G. Dandrea, Danny Chin, Jesse S. Lerman, Clement G. Taylor, James Fredrickson
  • Publication number: 20010011374
    Abstract: A queuing architecture and method for scheduling disk drive access requests in a video server. The queuing architecture employs at least two access request queues for each disk drive within a disk drive array. The first queue is for disk access requests by steady-state users who are currently viewing a program from the video server. The second queue is for all other types of access requests including disk access requests by users who wish to begin viewing a program, content loading, meta-data syncing and the like. The method maintains time deadlines for steady-state disk access requests and services these requests in order of ascending deadlines. Requests from the second queue are serviced only if it can be guaranteed that all of the steady-state requests in the first queue will meet their time deadlines in the worst case access time for the disk drive. By taking advantage of the variability of disk seek and transfer times, the method improves the effective disk bandwidth of the video server.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 12, 1999
    Publication date: August 2, 2001
    Inventors: JESSE S. LERMAN, CLEMENT G. TAYLOR, JAMES FREDRICKSON, DANNY CHIN