Patents by Inventor Rasmus Glarborg Jensen

Rasmus Glarborg Jensen 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: 20190165671
    Abstract: The disclosure presents a method of operating a switched capacitor voltage converter and a switched capacitor voltage converter, where the switched capacitor voltage converter comprises a power source, a bucket capacitance, an output capacitance with output capacitance terminals to be connected to a load and switches. The power source provides an input voltage and the output capacitance provides an output voltage over the output capacitance terminals. The output voltage is different from the input voltage, i.e higher or lower or of opposite polarity. The switches are configured to provide at least two phases, a bucket capacitance charging phase and a bucket capacitance discharging phase. In case of a voltage up-converter in the bucket capacitance charging phase the bucket capacitance is connected to the power source for charging the bucket capacitance while the bucket capacitance is not connected to the output capacitance.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 27, 2018
    Publication date: May 30, 2019
    Applicant: Oticon A/S
    Inventors: Gunnar GUDNASON, Rasmus Glarborg JENSEN, Jess CHRISTENSEN, Kåre Tais CHRISTENSEN
  • Patent number: 9300367
    Abstract: A receiving antenna circuit is arranged in a reactive near-field of a modulated magnetic induction signal and forms a narrow band-pass filter. The output of the antenna circuit is not subjected to any frequency translation prior to digitizing, and the signal may nevertheless be digitized with low resolution, which radically reduces the power consumption of the receiving circuits. The reduction in power consumption is of several orders of magnitude, which allows implementation of such receiving circuits in battery-driven devices such as hearing devices without substantially affecting the battery life.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 4, 2012
    Date of Patent: March 29, 2016
    Assignee: OTICON A/S
    Inventors: Kåre Tais Christensen, Rasmus Glarborg Jensen
  • Patent number: 8514965
    Abstract: A wireless communication system includes a) a first device having a transmitter part with a Tx-antenna for transmitting an electrical signal having a signal bandwidth BWsig and b) a second device having a receiver part with an Rx-antenna for receiving the transmitted electromagnetic signal. At least one of the Tx- and Rx- antennas is a narrowband antenna having an antenna bandwidth BWant, wherein the Tx- and/or Rx-antenna bandwidths fulfil the relation BWant=k·BWsig. The system is adapted to provide that k is smaller than 1.25, and the antenna bandwidth BWant is defined as the ?3dB bandwidth of the loaded antenna when it is connected to the communication system, and the signal bandwidth BWsig is defined as the bandwidth within which 99% of the desired signal power is located.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 8, 2011
    Date of Patent: August 20, 2013
    Assignee: Oticon A/S
    Inventors: Kåre Tais Christensen, Kehuai Wu, Rasmus Glarborg Jensen
  • Patent number: 8509790
    Abstract: In embodiments of the present invention improved capabilities are described for a communications facility that is adapted to communicate with at least one other mesh network node at a communication speed selected from a plurality of communication speeds.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 22, 2006
    Date of Patent: August 13, 2013
    Inventors: Tommas Jess Christensen, Jacob Midtgaard, Didier Clement, John Nielsen, Morten Vested Olesen, Olfert Paul Paulsen, Rasmus Glarborg Jensen
  • Publication number: 20120281843
    Abstract: A receiving antenna circuit is arranged in a reactive near-field of a modulated magnetic induction signal and forms a narrow band-pass filter. The output of the antenna circuit is not subjected to any frequency translation prior to digitising, and the signal may nevertheless be digitised with low resolution, which radically reduces the power consumption of the receiving circuits. The reduction in power consumption is of several orders of magnitude, which allows implementation of such receiving circuits in battery-driven devices such as hearing devices without substantially affecting the battery life.
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 4, 2012
    Publication date: November 8, 2012
    Applicant: Oticon A/S
    Inventors: Kåre Tais CHRISTENSEN, Rasmus Glarborg JENSEN
  • Publication number: 20110222621
    Abstract: A wireless communication system includes a) a first device having a transmitter part with a Tx-antenna for transmitting an electrical signal having a signal bandwidth BWsig and b) a second device having a receiver part with an Rx-antenna for receiving the transmitted electromagnetic signal. At least one of the Tx- and Rx-antennas is a narrowband antenna having an antenna bandwidth BWant, wherein the Tx- and/or Rx-antenna bandwidths fulfil the relation BWant=k·BWsig. The system is adapted to provide that k is smaller than 1.25, and the antenna bandwidth BWant is defined as the ?3 dB bandwidth of the loaded antenna when it is connected to the communication system, and the signal bandwidth BWsig is defined as the bandwidth within which 99% of the desired signal power is located.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 8, 2011
    Publication date: September 15, 2011
    Applicant: OTICON A/S
    Inventors: Kåre Tais CHRISTENSEN, Kehuai WU, Rasmus Glarborg JENSEN
  • Publication number: 20070177538
    Abstract: In embodiments of the present invention improved capabilities are described for a communications facility that is adapted to communicate with at least one other mesh network node at a communication speed selected from a plurality of communication speeds.
    Type: Application
    Filed: June 22, 2006
    Publication date: August 2, 2007
    Inventors: Tommas Jess Christensen, Jacob Midtgaard, Didier Clement, John Nielsen, Morten Vested Olesen, Olfert Paul Paulsen, Rasmus Glarborg Jensen