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Orlando Patents from Inventors in Central Florida

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Orlando patents issued to inventors in Central Florida were listed in yesterday’s Orlando Sentinel  and are presented below:

Delwood Nelson, Crescent City; Thomas R. Dean, DeLand; David A. Monk, DeLand; and William Bartow Mercer, Crescent City. A tree securing device and associated methods. Assigned to Pierson Supply Company Inc., Pierson. (7,533,489)

Michael Twerdochlib, Oviedo. A high bandwidth fiber optic vibration sensor. Assigned to Siemens Energy Inc., Orlando. (7,533,572)


Stefan Mazzola, Sanford; Douglas A. Keller, Oviedo; Anthony L. Schiavo, Oviedo; and David C. Radonovich, Winter Park. A multilayer ring seal. Assigned to Siemens Energy Inc., Orlando. (7,534,086 )


Beverly A. Rzigalinski, Winter Springs; Sudipta Seal, Oviedo; David Bailey, Palm Bay; and Swanand Patil, Orlando. Cerium oxide nanoparticles and use in enhancing cell survivability. Assigned to University of Central Florida Research Foundation Inc., Orlando. (7,534,453)


Gernot Fattinger, Ocoee; Klaus Diefenbeck, Germany; Peter Mueller, Germany; and Winfried Nessler, Germany. A piezoelectric resonator structure and method for manufacturing a coupled resonator device. Assigned to Avago Technologies Wireless IP, Pte. Ltd., Singapore. (7,535,324)


Gerard A. Barone, Orlando. A method and apparatus to detect event signatures. Assigned to L-3 Communications Security and Detection Systems Inc., Woburn, Mass. (7,535,355)


John W. Lerch, Indialantic; Joshua M. Girvin, Indialantic; and John P. Norair, Indialantic. An identification band using a conductive fastening for enhanced security and functionality. Assigned to Bartronics America Inc., Santa Clara, Calif. (7,535,356)


Walter A. Kuhn, Orlando. Apparatus and methods for detection of multiple targets within radar resolution cell. Assigned to Lockheed Martin Corp., Bethesda, Md. (7,535,408)


Jeffery A. Dean, Clermont; and William S. McKinley, Clermont. Universal antenna polarization selectivity via variable dielectric control. Assigned to Lockheed Martin Corp., Bethesda, Md. (7,535,432).

Fro the complete article, visit the Orlando Sentinel article entitled Patents in Central Florida.

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