Patents by Inventor Magnus Nord

Magnus Nord 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: 10652695
    Abstract: Determining the geographic location of a portable electronic device (100) in a radio communications network, by transmitting radio signals from a plurality of first network transmitters (200, 300, 400); receiving, in the network, a measurement signal from the portable electronic device, which measurement signal comprises, for each transmitted radio signal, a plurality of data samples obtained in the electronic device from the respective transmitted signal at different time points during a measurement period with movement of the portable electronic device (100), and local position data associated to each data sample obtained from a local positioning unit in the electronic device, so as to form a synthetic antenna array; obtaining, a direction measurement between the electronic device and the first network transmitter from the synthetic antenna array; obtaining geographic location data for the first network transmitter; and identifying geographic location data of the portable electronic device based on the dire
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 24, 2019
    Date of Patent: May 12, 2020
    Assignee: SONY CORPORATION
    Inventors: Magnus Persson, Anders Berggren, Lars Nord, Peter C. Karlsson
  • Publication number: 20190289426
    Abstract: Determining the geographic location of a portable electronic device (100) in a radio communications network, by transmitting radio signals from a plurality of first network transmitters (200, 300, 400); receiving, in the network, a measurement signal from the portable electronic device, which measurement signal comprises, for each transmitted radio signal, a plurality of data samples obtained in the electronic device from the respective transmitted signal at different time points during a measurement period with movement of the portable electronic device (100), and local position data associated to each data sample obtained from a local positioning unit in the electronic device, so as to form a synthetic antenna array; obtaining, a direction measurement between the electronic device and the first network transmitter from the synthetic antenna array; obtaining geographic location data for the first network transmitter; and identifying geographic location data of the portable electronic device based on the dire
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 24, 2019
    Publication date: September 19, 2019
    Inventors: MAGNUS PERSSON, ANDERS BERGGREN, LARS NORD, PETER C. KARLSSON
  • Patent number: 10306405
    Abstract: Determining the geographic location of a portable electronic device (100) in a radio communications network, by transmitting radio signals from a plurality of first network transmitters (200, 300, 400); receiving, in the network, a measurement signal from the portable electronic device, which measurement signal comprises, for each transmitted radio signal, a plurality of data samples obtained in the electronic device from the respective transmitted signal at different time points during a measurement period with movement of the portable electronic device (100), and local position data associated to each data sample obtained from a local positioning unit in the electronic device, so as to form a synthetic antenna array; obtaining, a direction measurement between the electronic device and the first network transmitter from the synthetic antenna array; obtaining geographic location data for the first network transmitter; and identifying geographic location data of the portable electronic device based on the dire
    Type: Grant
    Filed: April 27, 2015
    Date of Patent: May 28, 2019
    Assignee: SONY CORPORATION
    Inventors: Magnus Persson, Anders Berggren, Lars Nord, Peter C. Karlsson
  • Patent number: 5915381
    Abstract: In a method and apparatus for controlling breathing of a patient, momentary compliance is calculated during an inspiration. The calculated momentary compliance is then compared to a threshold value. If momentary compliance is less than the threshold value during a first interval, positive end expiratory pressure is reduced for subsequent breathing cycles so momentary compliance is greater than the threshold value during the first interval. If momentary compliance is less than the threshold value during a second interval, the ratio between inspiration time and expiration time, as well as the breathing rate, is changed so momentary compliance is greater than the threshold value during the second interval, at the same time as a pre-defined minute volume is generated.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: December 2, 1996
    Date of Patent: June 29, 1999
    Assignee: Siemens Elema AB
    Inventor: Magnus Nord
  • Patent number: 5743253
    Abstract: A ventilator system has different sub-systems, such as a connection system, which influence the flow of breathing gas supplied to a patient's respiratory system. The flow pattern of the breathing gas is particularly influenced by the connection system. In order to compensate for this influence to the greatest possible extent in the generation of breathing gas, the connection system's transfer function is determined before the system is connected to the respiratory system. A gas flow with a specific gas flow pattern is generated with high accuracy in a ventilator unit. An ensuing gas flow pattern, only influenced by the connection system, is measured with high accuracy in a measurement unit in the ventilator unit. The transfer function for the connection system can be determined in a control unit from the known, generated gas flow pattern and the measured, ensuing gas flow pattern. The corresponding determination can be made for the respiratory system after a patient has been connected.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: January 19, 1996
    Date of Patent: April 28, 1998
    Assignee: Siemens-Eleman AB
    Inventors: Rolf Castor, Goran Cewers, Rolf Wernbro, Magnus Nord