Patents by Inventor Stephen J. Barr

Stephen J. Barr 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: 20240109564
    Abstract: A method is provided that can include activating at least two wireless communication channels in parallel, between a first wireless transceiver and a second wireless transceiver. Each of the at least two wireless communication channels can operate at a different radio carrier frequency, and the first wireless transceiver may be part of a first vehicle. The method can also include transmitting, by the first wireless transceiver, common information in parallel on the at least two wireless communication channels to the second wireless transceiver and deactivating the at least two wireless communication channels.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 12, 2023
    Publication date: April 4, 2024
    Inventors: Padam Dhoj Swar, Carl L. Haas, Danial Rice, Rebecca W. Dreasher, Adam Hausmann, Matthew Steven Vrba, Edward J. Kuchar, James Lucas, Andrew Ryan Staats, Jerrid D. Chapman, Jeffrey D. Kernwein, Janmejay Tripathy, Stephen Craven, Tania Lindsley, Derek K. Woo, Ann K. Grimm, Scott Sollars, Phillip A. Burgart, James Allen Oswald, Shannon K. Struttmann, Stuart J. Barr, Keith Smith, Francois P. Pretorius, Craig K. Green, Kendrick Gawne, Irwin Morris, Joseph W. Gorman, Srivallidevi Muthusami, Mahesh Babu Natarajan, Jeremiah Dirnberger, Adam Franco
  • Patent number: 4947418
    Abstract: An emergency trauma board having dual, spaced apart main frames, one main frame having a rigid transparent patient support panel with X-ray holding means on a underside thereof, the other main frame having a fluid permeable patient support panel with an underlying imperforate fluid transfer barrier, patient restraints for immobilizing a patient on one of said panels, and other means accommodating hinging movement of one panel from a closed position within its main frame to an angular open position and supporting such one panel in a braced condition.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: February 21, 1989
    Date of Patent: August 7, 1990
    Inventors: Stephen J. Barr, Melody T. Barr