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Portable boundary sensor system and method, patent No. 8,432,281, invented by James T. Reese of Logan and Rickey D. Hughes of Providence, assigned to Utah State University of Logan.

Method and system for measuring position on surface capacitance touch panel using a flying capacitor, patent No. 8,432,375, invented by Jared G. Bytheway of Sandy and Keith L. Paulsen of Salt Lake City, assigned to Cirque Corp. of Salt Lake City.

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User interface and methods for sonographic display device, patent No. 8,432,417, invented by Jim C. Beasley of Phoenix, Ariz., Eddie K. Burnside of Bountiful and Rodney Scruggs of Mill Creek, Wash., assigned to C. R. Bard Inc. of Murray Hill, N.J.

Compact satellite antenna, patent No. 8,433,269, invented by Robert Wayne Ridgeway of Saratoga Springs and Paul A. Dahl of Pleasant Grove, assigned to Digi International Inc. of Minnetonka, Minn.

Methods and apparatus for conducting electronic transactions, patent No. 8,433,658, invented by Fred A. Bishop of Glendale, Ariz. and Peter D. Saunders of Salt Lake City, assigned to American Express Travel Related Services Co. Inc. of New York, N.Y.

Hybrid method for incremental backup of structured and unstructured files, patent No. 8,433,863, invented by Stanford Niel Orcutt of Pleasant Grove, assigned to Symantec Operating Corp. of Mountain View, Calif.

Apparatus and method for positioning windows on a display, patent No. 8,434,019, invented by Daniel Paul Nelson of Salt Lake City.

Rule engine system controlling devices of disparate types and protocols, patent No. 8,434,056, invented by Phillip J. Windley of Lindon and Samuel Curren of Lehi.

Optimally managing computing images for deployment, patent No. 8,434,090, invented by Kattiganehalli Y. Srinivasan of Princeton Junction, N.J., assigned to Novell Inc. of Provo.

Impact tip for motion assistance device, patent No. D680,730, invented by Mario Ozuna of American Fork.

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Electrosurgical generator display, patent No. D681,211, invented by Mark D. Glassett of Sandy, Jill Trasamar of Sandy and Chad S. Frampton of American Fork, assigned to Megadyne Medical Products Inc. of Draper.

Staghorn fern lighting fixture, patent No. D681,252, invented by Meghan Elizabeth Graham of Seattle, Wash., assigned to 3form Inc. of Salt Lake City.


Everett Robinson, an attorney registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, compiles this list weekly for The Salt Lake Tribune. 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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