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Horology: time measuring systems or devices January recently filed with US Patent Office 01/10Below are recently published patent applications awaiting approval from the USPTO. Recent week's RSS XML file available below.
Listing for abstract view: USPTO application #, Title, Abstract excerpt,Patent Agent. Listing format for list view: USPTO National Class full category number, title of the patent application. 01/28/2010 > patent applications in patent subcategories. recently filed with US Patent Office
20100020648 - Charge retention circuit for a time measurement: An electronic charge retention circuit for time measurement, including: at least a first capacitive element, a first electrode of which is connected to a floating node (F); at least a second capacitive element, a first electrode of which is connected to the floating node, the first capacitive element having a... Agent: Stmicroelectronics Inc. C/o Wolf, Greenfield & Sacks, P.C.
20100020649 - Device for displaying time: A device for displaying time, in particular a wrist watch, comprising a plurality of gemstones and a plurality of illumination elements which are arranged on or at a carrier and via which the gemstones can be selectively illuminated or have light shone through them in order to display the time,... Agent: Wenderoth, Lind & Ponack, L.L.P.01/21/2010 > patent applications in patent subcategories. recently filed with US Patent Office
20100014388 - Time information obtaining device and radio clock: Disclosed is a time information obtaining device comprising: a reception section to receive a standard time radio wave; an input waveform data generation section to generate input waveform data, based on data having the unit of time length; an estimated waveform data generation section to generate estimated waveform data, wherein... Agent: Frishauf, Holtz, Goodman & Chick, PC
20100014389 - Analogue electronic clock and motor control circuit: The present invention can rotationally drive a motor with main drive pulses corresponding to loads with the simple constitution without using a counter circuit. A control circuit, in driving a motor with a second main drive pulse, when a rotation detection signal which is indicative of the rotation of the... Agent: Bruce L. Adams, Esq. Adams & Wilks01/14/2010 > patent applications in patent subcategories. recently filed with US Patent Office
20100008192 - Time information obtaining apparatus and radio timepiece: A signal composing circuit 12 receives a signal including a time code from a receiving circuit 10, and detects input waveform data of a unit time length, whose value at ach sampling point is given by a value expressed in plural bits. The input waveform data is accumulated. CPU 13... Agent: Frishauf, Holtz, Goodman & Chick, PC01/07/2010 > patent applications in patent subcategories. recently filed with US Patent Office
20100002544 - Date mechanism for a timepiece: characterized in that the control wheel (4) is provided with first (41) and second (42) superposed tiers of toothings, each toothing tier including one portion provided with adjacent teeth and one tooth-free portion, the tooth-free portion of one tier being arranged vertical to the toothed portion of the other tier,... Agent: Sughrue Mion, PLLC
20100002545 - Timepiece: A timepiece includes a dial having a tens date display window for displaying the tens digit of the date, and a ones date display window for displaying the ones digit of the date; and a calendar mechanism having a tens indicator wheel to which a plurality of tens digit markers... Agent: Epson Research And Development Inc Intellectual Property Dept
20100002546 - Timepiece including a striking mechanism: In a timepiece with a striking mechanism, for example a minute repeater watch, in order to prevent the control stem (9) inadvertently setting the time during operation of the striking work and causing damage, an uncoupling device is inserted in the time-setting train (17), and is controlled via a mobile... Agent: Sughrue Mion, PLLC
20100002547 - Watch fitted with an electric motor control case: a control circuit (4) for the motor including first and second three-state gates (12, 14) respectively connected to the first and second connections (A, D), a member (13) selectively connecting the first connection to the first level, the circuit including a test mode wherein the gates are brought to high... Agent: Sughrue Mion, PLLC
20100002548 - Coupled resonators for a timepiece: The resonator (1) for a timepiece results from coupling a first, low frequency resonator (2) with a second, higher frequency resonator (3). The first resonator (2) has a first balance (4) associated with a first balance spring (5). The second resonator (3) has a second balance (6) associated with a... Agent: Sughrue Mion, PLLCPrevious industry: Communications, electrical: acoustic wave systems and devices
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