LEXMARK’S NEW PATENTS
LEXMARK’S NEW PATENTS
2007-09-06 at 12:22:00 pm #18703
Lexmark’s new Kentucky patents
The U.S. Patent Office issues patents weekly. These patents were issued Tuesday for inventors or assignees in the Lexington area:
In-ceiling speaker. Inventors: Courtney Gould, Lexington, and Eugen Nedelcu, Meridian, Ill. Patent D549,689 assigned to ELAN Home Systems LLC, Lexington.Surround dipole speaker. Inventors: Courtney Gould, Lexington, and Eugen Nedelcu, Meridian, Ill. Patent D549,691 assigned to ELAN.Small/special media guide-in tray. Inventors: John Funk and Michael Lawrence, both of Lexington; Kevin Johnson, Georgetown; and Bryan Scharf, Richmond. Patent 7,261,290 assigned to Lexmark International Inc., Lexington.Inkjet ink tank with integral priming piston. Inventor: David Greer, Lexington. Patent 7,261,398 assigned to Lexmark.Systems and methods for handling defective RFID media according to available printer output options. Inventors: Raymond Marowski, David Mickan and Mark Underwood, all of Lexington. Patent 7,261,478 assigned to Lexmark.Biopsy forceps device and method for use. Inventors: Gary Long, Mariemont, Ohio; David Stefanchik, Mason, Ohio; and James Craft, Lexington. Patent 7,261,728 assigned to Ethicon Endo-Surgery Inc., Cincinnati.Lamp with integral voltage converter having phase-controlled dimming circuit with hysteresis control for reducing RMS load voltage. Inventor: Matthew Ballenger and George Kendrick, both of Lexington. Patent 7,262,554 assigned to Osram Sylvania Inc., Danvers, Mass.Snap-in antenna assembly for wireless radio circuit card. Inventor: Gary Noe, Lexington. Patent 7,262,735 assigned to Lexmark.Photoprinter access to remote data. Inventors: Galen Rasche, Timothy Rademacher, Barry Cavill and William Reed, all of Lexington; and Christine Trinkle, Hebron. Patent 7,262,873 assigned to Lexmark.Determining operating point of feedback controller applied to operation of oscillating scanning device. Inventor: Martin Klement, Lexington. Patent 7,262,895 assigned to Lexmark.Auger for use in an image-forming device. Inventors: Claudia Marin, John Kietzman and Tom Stickler, all of Lexington, and Michael Pawley, Nicholasville. Patent 7,263,325 assigned to Lexmark.Multi-function device having graphical user interface incorporating customizable icons. Inventors: Christopher Faro, Nathan Klemperer, Jennifer Krouse and John Steele, all of Lexington, and Gregory Chavers, North Richland Hills, Texas. Patent 7,263,661 assigned to Lexmark.