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Enhanced fill-factor NMR coils and associated methods, patent No. 8,269,497, invented by James C. Stephenson of Salt Lake City, Bruce K. Gale of Taylorsville, and Cynthia Furse of Salt Lake City, assigned to University of Utah Research Foundation of Salt Lake City.

Systems and methods for efficient electronic communication in a distributed routing environment, patent No. 8,270,293, invented by Bryant Eastham of Draper, and Tom Milligan of South Jordan, assigned to Panasonic Corp. of Osaka, Japan.

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Secondary path modeling for active noise control, patent No. 8,270,625, invented by Scott D. Sommerfeldt of Mapleton, Jonathan Blotter of Heber City, and Benjamin M. Faber of Spanish Fork, assigned to Brigham Young University of Provo.

Optical network for cluster computing, patent No. 8,270,830, invented by Peter E. Kirkpatrick of San Francisco, Calif., Jean-Marc Verdiell of Palo Alto, Calif., and Marc Epitaux of Sunnyvale, Calif., assigned to Fusion-IO Inc. of Salt Lake City.

Systems and methods for selecting a transport mechanism for communication in a network, patent No. 8,271,657, invented by Bryant Eastham of Draper, assigned to Panasonic Corp. of Osaka, Japan.

Synthesized root privileges, patent No. 8,271,785, invented by Alexander Y. Danoyan of Riverton, and Scott A. Isaacson of Woodland Hills, assigned to Novell Inc. of Provo.

System and method for managing energy consumption in a compute environment, patent No. 8,271,807, invented by David Brian Jackson of Spanish Fork, assigned to Adaptive Computing Enterprises Inc. of Provo.

System and method for managing energy consumption in a compute environment, patent No. 8,271,813, invented by David Brian Jackson of Spanish Fork, assigned to Adaptive Computing Enterprises Inc. of Provo.

System and method of providing system jobs within a compute environment, patent No. 8,271,980, invented by David Brian Jackson of Spanish Fork, assigned to Adaptive Computing Enterprises Inc. of Provo.

System and method for abstracting computer disk image cloning capabilities from bootable media, patent No. 8,272,000, invented by Brett Ashwood of Prospect, Conn., Gregory Jensen Boss of American Fork, Rick Allen Hamilton, II of Charlottesville, Va., and Timothy Moffett Waters of Hiram, Ga., assigned to International Business Machines Corp. of Armonk, N.Y.


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Everett Robinson, an attorney registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, compiles this list weekly for The Salt Lake Tribune. Mr. Robinson can be reached at 801-649-5858. For more patents, see the Money page at sltrib.com, go to Sections on the left-hand side and click Patents.



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