Tejpal Singh 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).
Abstract: In a possible implementation, a method for cardiac testing is provided which includes measuring test data associated with cardiac events and storing the test data in an intracardiac stimulation device. The method further includes acquiring event electrograms corresponding with the test data and storing the event electrograms corresponding with the test data in the intracardiac stimulation device. In a possible implementation, marker data is stored associating event electrograms with measured test data, which may identify the event electrograms used for measuring the test data and/or identify when adjacent event electrograms are not contiguous. In some implementations, the test data may be measured and stored in an out-of-clinic test, and the test data and the corresponding event electrograms may be later retrieved from the intracardiac stimulation device and presented on a visual display.
August 28, 2006
Date of Patent:
September 4, 2012
Jennifer Rhude, Elia A. Mouchawar, David Houck, Gregory Hauck, Tejpal Singh, Monique Prue
Abstract: Techniques for communicating with implantable medical devices (IMDs) in a manner that promotes efficient data retrieval are described. The techniques involve ways to streamline retrieval of data stored on a patient's IMD. In one exemplary technique, first and second data ranges are determined for retrieval from an IMD. The technique evaluates whether the first data range overlaps or is separated by less than a predefined amount from the second data range. In an event where the first and second data ranges overlap or are separated by less than the predefined amount, the technique requests a third data range from the IMD which encompasses the first and second data ranges.
Abstract: A real-time financial search engine retrieves financial updates in real-time. A condensation memory in the real-time financial search engine stores financial data in a compacted space that allows computation of a smaller set of numbers. Real-time feed is converted into a two-dimensional (X, Y) location code for placement on a linear location code array of a security symbol. A single number of a location code efficiently represents (time, price) or (time, volume) in a 2D coordinate plane for real-time search of financial data.
December 15, 1999
Date of Patent:
February 1, 2005
Tejpal Singh Chadha, Kenneth Allen Williams, Nagaraju Pappu