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Hisashi Kobayashi — Patents and Invention Disclosures

P. U.S. Patents (14)

I. Invention Disclosures to Princeton, AT&T and Mitsubishi Electric (17)

D. IBM Disclosure Bulletin (8)

P. U.S. Patents (14):

P-1. H. Kobayashi and D. T. Tang, “Error-Detecting Technique for Multilevel Precoded Transmission,” U.S. Patent No. 3,622,986, November 23, 1971.

P-2. H. Kobayashi, “Carrier Phase and Sampling Time Recovery in Modulation System,” U.S. Patent No. 3,634,773, January 11, 1972.

P-3. H. Kobayashi and D. T. Tang, “Magnetic Data Storage System with Interleaved NRZI Coding,” U.S. Patent No. 3,648,265, March 7, 1972.

P-4. L. Bahl et al., “Finite Memory Adaptive Predicator,” U.S. Patent No. 3,769,453, October 30, 1973.

P-5. H. Kobayashi and D. T. Tang, “Receiver Structure for Equalization of Partial-Response Coded Data,” U.S. Patent No. 3,792,356, February 12, 1974.

P-6. L. R. Bahl, D. I. Barnea and H. Kobayashi, “Image Compaction System,” U.S. Patent No. 3,833,900, September 3, 1974.

P-7. D. I. Barnea, L. R. Bahl and H. Kobayashi, “Sequential Learning Prediction for an Image Compression System,” T928,003, November 5, 1974.

P-8. H. Kobayashi and I. P. Kaminow, “Combined Wavelength Routers and Switch Apparatus,” U.S. Patent No. 5,623,356, April 22, 1997.

P-9. W. Warren, J.-K. Rhee and H. Kobayashi, “Apparatus for spectral encoding and decoding of femtosecond optical pulses,” U.S. Patent No. 5,907,421, May 25, 1999.

P-10. H. Kobayashi and J. Bajcsy, “System and Method for Error Correcting a Received Data Stream in a Concatenated System,” U.S. Patent No. 6,029,264, Feb. 22, 2000.

P-11. Q. Huang, J. Cukier, H. Kobayashi and B. Liu, “A Hybrid Key Establishment Protocol for Mobile Networks,” U.S. patent application 10,453,706, filed on June 3, 2003.

P-12. X. Ma, H. Kobayashi, S. C. Schwartz, J-Y. Zhang and D. Gu, “Expectation-Maximization based Channel Estimation and Signal Detection for Wireless Communication Systems,” filed to US Patent office by Mitsubishi Electric and Princeton University, August 2002 (File number 02-1893-1).

P-13. S-Z. Yu and H. Kobayashi, “System for Wireless Push and Pull Based Services,” U.S. Patent No. 7,058,691. June 6, 2006.

P-14. S-Z. Yu and H. Kobayashi, “System for Wireless Push and Pull Based Services,” U.S. Patent No. 7,284,035. October 16, 2007.

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I. Invention Disclosures to Princeton, AT&T and Mitsubishi Electric (17)

I-1. H. Kobayashi, “Signature Modulated Data Sequences: A New Technique for Spread-Spectrum and Spread-Time Signals,” submitted to Princeton University, August 27, 1994.

I-2. H. Kobayashi and I. Kaminow, “On Implementation of Wavelength Division Switch,” submitted to AT&T Bell Labs., October 1994.

I-3. H. Kobayashi and P. R. Prucnal, “A New Class of CDMA Signals and Their Implementation,” submitted to Princeton University, February 1995.

I-4. J. Bajcsy and H. Kobayashi, “An Iterative Error Correcting Technique for Digital Phase Modulation,” submitted to Princeton University, August 22, 1996.

I-5. J. Bajcsy and H. Kobayashi, “An Iterative Error Correcting Technique for Partial-Response Channel in Digital Communications and Data Storage Systems,” submitted to Princeton University, June 28, 1996.

I-6. S-Z. Yu and H. Kobayashi, “A Forward-Backward Algorithm and Its Implementation for Parameter Estimation of HSMM (Hidden Semi-Markov Model),” submitted to Princeton University, January 2000.

I-7. D. Wang, H. Kobayashi, and J. Bao, “Matrix processing for MAP decoding of turbo codes,” submitted to Princeton University and Mitsubishi Electric (ITA), February 2000. Filed to the US Patent Office, April 2000.

I-8. S-Z. Yu and H. Kobayashi, “Optimal Push/Pull Gateway for Wireless Internet Services,” submitted to Princeton University, Nov 1999. Filed to the US Patent office, June 2000.

I-9. D. Wang and H. Kobayashi, “Matrix processing for low-complexity Log-MAP decoding of turbo codes,” submitted to Princeton University (Invention No. 01-1804-1), February 2001

I-10. Q. Huang, H. Kobayashi and B. Liu, “New Algorithm for Encryption and Signature,” submitted to Princeton University on August 14, 2002.

I-11. P. Chen, J. Bao, and H. Kobayashi, “An Iterative Maximum Likelihood Channel Estimation and Signal Detection Algorithm for OFDM Systems,” submitted to Princeton University and Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories (MERL), November 15, 2000.

I-12. X. Ma, H. Kobayashi and S. C. Schwartz, “`Iterative and Adaptive Algorithms for Joint Estimation of the Frequency Offset and the Channel Response in an OFDM System,” submitted to Princeton University, August 2002.

I-13. I. Avramopoulos and H. Kobayashi, “A Routing Protocol with Byzantine Robustness,” submitted to Princeton University on August 15, 2002

I-14. Y. Qi, and H. Kobayashi, “Use of Scaling Functions Associated with Wavelets in Identification of a Linear System,” submitted to Princeton University, October 2002.

I-15. I. Avramopoulos, H. Kobayashi, and R. Wang, “A Routing Protocol with Byzantine Robustness,” An amendment to the earlier invention disclosure (of August 15, 2002), April 12, 2003.

I-16. I. Avramopoulos and H. Kobayashi, “Guaranteed Delivery Flooding with Message Authentication Codes,” submitted to Princeton University, Feb. 20, 2003, March 25, 2003, and April 28, 2003.

I-17. S. Gezici, H. Kobayashi, H. V. Poor and A. F. Molisch, “Optimal and suboptimal linear receivers for time-hopping impulse radio systems,” May 2004.

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D. IBM Technical Disclosure Bulletin (8)

D-1. H. Kobayashi, “Correction Methods for Errors in Partial Response Channels,” Vol. 12, No. 10, March 1970, pp. 1724-1730.

D-2.. H. Kobayashi and P. M. Will, “Detection of Defects in Chips or Wafers by Use of Incoherent Imaging System,” Vol. 13, No. 11, April 1971, pp.3270-3271.

D-3. H. Kobayashi, L. R. Bahl and D. I. Barnea, “Data Compression by Predictive Coding with a Rejection Option,” Vol. 14, No. 2, July 1971, pp. 477-478.

D-4. H. Kobayashi and L. R. Bahl, “Adaptive Data Compression Scheme,” Vol. 14, No. 44, September 1971, pp. 1305-1311.

D-5. H. Kobayashi and H. F. Silverman, “Preemptive Dispatching Algorithms,” Vol. 14, No. 10, March, 1972.

D-6. H. Kobayashi and M. Reiser, “Recursive Algorithms for Evaluating Queue Size Distribution in a Queue Network,” Vol. 16, No. 2, July 1973, pp. 459-462.

D-7. H. Kobayashi and M. Reiser, “Recursive Algorithms for General Network of Exponential Server Queues,” Vol. 16, No. 3, August 1973, pp. 705-714.

D-8. M. Reiser and H. Kobayashi, “Numerical Solution of Queuing Networks with Different Classes of Customers,” Vol. 17, No. 7, 1974, pp. 2177-2181.

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