LEXMARK’s NEW PATENTS

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LEXMARK’s NEW PATENTS

 user 2007-06-06 at 2:04:00 pm Views: 78
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    Kentucky patents
    The U.S. Patent Office issues patents weekly. These patents were issued Tuesday for inventors in the Lexington area:
    Method and device to control the alignment of a media sheet in an image forming device. Inventors: Delbert Elliott, Georgetown; and Paul Horrall, Derek Inouye, John McIntyre and Matthew Coriale, all of Lexington. Patent 7,222,848 assigned to Lexmark International Inc., Lexington.Printhead carrier positioning apparatus and method. Inventors: Frederick Griesemer, Lexington, and Martin Johnson, Winchester. Patent 7,222,936 assigned to Lexmark.Systems and methods for determining physical location of RFID tags on embedded print media. Inventors: John Fessler, Keith Hardin and Mark Underwood, all of Lexington. Patent 7,223,030 assigned to Lexmark.Silica-calcium phosphate bioactive composite for improved synthetic graft resorbability and tissue regeneration. Inventor: Ahmed El-Ghannam, Lexington. Patent 7,223,414 unassigned.Method of operating a lamp containing a fixed phase power controller. Inventors: Matthew Ballenger, Lexington, and Ernest Weyhrauch, Cookeville, Tenn. Patent 7,224,130 assigned to Osram Sylvania Inc., Danvers, Mass.Fixed phase power controller with analog trigger. Inventors: Matthew Ballenger, Lexington, and Ernest Weyhrauch, Cookeville, Tenn. Patent 7,224,151 assigned to Osram Sylvania.Imaging apparatus having a media sensor. Inventors: Mahesan Chelvayohan and Timothy Howard, both of Lexington. Patent 7,224,493 assigned to Lexmark.Method and apparatus for controlling temperature of a laser printer fuser with faster response time. Inventors: Brian Bartley, Burgin; Douglas Hamilton, Steven Harris and Kevin Schoedinger, all of Lexington; Johnny Sears, Midway; and Jerry Smith, Irvine, Calif. Patent 7,224,918 assigned to Lexmark.