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  • 11 Macaulay Ln, Niskayuna, NY 12309 (518) 783-6268
  • Schenectady, NY
  • Philadelphia, PA
  • Staten Island, NY
  • 1337 9Th St, Allentown, PA 18103 (610) 437-9529
  • 1337 9Th St, Allentown, PA 18103 (610) 437-9529
  • 638 Benner Rd, Allentown, PA 18104 (610) 336-4698
  • 615 Mosser St, Allentown, PA 18109 (610) 774-0282
  • Guilderland, NY

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Us Patents

System And Apparatus For Reducing High Field Shading In Mr Imaging

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US Patent:
7746074, Jun 29, 2010
Filed:
Jun 24, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/144810
Inventors:
Selaka Bandara Bulumulla - Niskayuna NY,
Christopher Judson Hardy - Niskayuna NY,
Florian Wiesinger - Garching,
Assignee:
General Electric Company - Niskayuna NY
International Classification:
G01V 3/00
US Classification:
324318, 324322
Abstract:
A system for receiving MR data that includes an RF coil array for a magnetic resonance (MR) imaging apparatus. The RF coil array includes a plurality of non-concentric receiver coils arrayed along a first direction. A receiver coil at a first end of the RF coil array has a perimeter width greater than a perimeter width of a receiver coil at a second end of the RF coil array that is opposite from the first end along the first direction.

Remote Monitoring System And Method

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US Patent:
7852082, Dec 14, 2010
Filed:
Jul 22, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/177484
Inventors:
Todd Ryan Tolliver - Clifton Park NY,
Joseph Alfred Iannotti - Glenville NY,
Glen Peter Koste - Niskayuna NY,
Selaka Bandara Bulumulla - Niskayuna NY,
Richard Louis Frey - Dalanson NY,
Assignee:
General Electric Company - Niskayuna NY
International Classification:
G01V 3/00
US Classification:
324318, 324309
Abstract:
A remote control system for a modulatable device is provided. The remote control system comprises a receiver system coupled to the modulatable device and configured to obtain an output characteristic of the modulatable device, the receiver system being located remotely with respect to the modulatable device. The system further comprises a command signal setting system coupled to the receiver system and configured to use the output characteristic to generate a drive command signal and a bias system coupled to the command signal setting system and configured to receive the drive command signal and set a bias point of the modulatable device based on the drive command signal. The bias system is located locally with respect to the modulatable device. The command signal setting system and the bias system are coupled via a first optical conduit.

Short Hybrid Microstrip Magnetic Resonance Coils

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US Patent:
7994788, Aug 9, 2011
Filed:
Oct 30, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/609303
Inventors:
Christopher Judson Hardy - Schenectady NY,
Kenneth William Rohling - Porter Corners NY,
Selaka Bandara Bulumulla - Niskayuna NY,
Assignee:
General Electric Company - Niskayuna NY
International Classification:
G01V 3/00
US Classification:
324318, 324322
Abstract:
A hybrid microstrip coil for magnetic resonance imaging including a microstrip assembly aligned in the superior/inferior (S/I) direction. In one example, the microstrip assembly has conductive strips disposed on one side of a substrate corresponding shield planes disposed on the other side of the substrate. The microstrip assemblies are coupled together by coaxial sections forming a continuous transmission line and having a specific overall electrical length.

Remote Monitoring System And Method

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US Patent:
2006022, Oct 12, 2006
Filed:
Mar 29, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/093310
Inventors:
Todd Tolliver - Clifton Park NY,
Joseph Iannotti - Glenville NY,
Glen Koste - Niskayuna NY,
Selaka Bulumulla - Niskayuna NY,
Richard Frey - Delanson NY,
International Classification:
H04B 10/04
US Classification:
398198000
Abstract:
A remote control system for a modulatable device is provided. The remote control system comprises a receiver system coupled to the modulatable device and configured to obtain an output characteristic of the modulatable device, the receiver system being located remotely with respect to the modulatable device. The system further comprises a command signal setting system coupled to the receiver system and configured to use the output characteristic to generate a drive command signal and a bias system coupled to the command signal setting system and configured to receive the drive command signal and set a bias point of the modulatable device based on the drive command signal. The bias system is located locally with respect to the modulatable device. The command signal setting system and the bias system are coupled via a first optical conduit.

Clamping Apparatus And A System And Method For Detecting Defects In Electrical Wiring

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US Patent:
2008023, Sep 25, 2008
Filed:
Mar 19, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/687870
Inventors:
Meena Ganesh - Clifton Park NY,
Selaka Bandara Bulumulla - Niskayuna NY,
Assignee:
GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY - Schenectady NY
International Classification:
G01R 31/02
US Classification:
324539
Abstract:
A wire diagnostic clamp including a clamp body configured to receive multiple electrical wires is provided. The wire diagnostic clamp also includes a sensor disposed within the clamp body and being configured to detect a defect in the multiple electrical wires. The wire diagnostic clamp further includes a mounting component configured to mount the wire diagnostic clamp to a substrate.

Monitoring System And Method For Wiring Systems

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US Patent:
2010033, Dec 30, 2010
Filed:
Jun 24, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/490912
Inventors:
Selaka Bandara Bulumulla - Niskayuna NY,
Assignee:
GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY - Schenectady NY
International Classification:
G01R 31/00
G06F 19/00
US Classification:
702 58
Abstract:
A system for monitoring one or more components of an aircraft wiring system component is provided. The system comprises at least one sensor configured to detect one or more partial discharges produced by a respective one of the components of the aircraft wiring system and to generate at least one monitoring signal, at least one electrical-to-optical converter configured to convert the monitoring signal to an optical signal, at least one optical connector configured to transmit the optical signal, and at least one optical-to-electrical converter configured to convert the optical signal to an electrical signal. The system further comprises a data acquisition system configured to process the electrical signal. Further, a method for monitoring one or more components of an aircraft wiring system component is also presented.

System For Detecting Faults In Electrical Wiring, And Manufacturing Method Thereof

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US Patent:
2011004, Feb 24, 2011
Filed:
Oct 28, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/914066
Inventors:
Meena Ganesh - Clifton Park NY,
David Mulford Shaddock - Troy NY,
Selaka Bandara Bulumulla - Niskayuna NY,
Assignee:
GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY - SCHENECTADY NY
International Classification:
G01R 31/02
US Classification:
324543
Abstract:
A diagnostic system for detecting faults in electrical wiring, and manufacturing method thereof is provided. The diagnostic system includes a diagnostic sensor coupled to a data acquisition system. The diagnostic sensor includes a sensor housing with a flexible coil sensor disposed inside. The sensor housing includes a base portion, lid portion, and a joining portion, wherein one end of the lid portion is detachably coupled to a first end of the base portion and another end of the lid portion is coupled to a second end of the base portion via the joining portion. The diagnostic sensor further includes a connector coupled to the flexible coil sensor.

Monitoring System And Current Transformers For Partial Discharge Detection

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US Patent:
2011007, Mar 31, 2011
Filed:
Sep 30, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/571105
Inventors:
Selaka Bandara Bulumulla - Niskayuna NY,
Jeffrey Michael Ashe - Gloversville NY,
Assignee:
GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY - SCHENECTADY NY
International Classification:
G01R 15/18
US Classification:
324127
Abstract:
A high frequency current transformer (HFCT) sensor for detecting partial discharges produced by a component is disclosed. The HFCT sensor includes at least one electrically conductive pattern formed on a substrate, where the substrate comprises multiple segmented regions connected by intermediate regions for folding along multiple fold lines between the segmented regions to form the HFCT sensor. A system for monitoring at least one component of an aircraft wiring system is also disclosed. The monitoring system includes at least one of the HFCT sensors for detecting partial discharges produced by the aircraft wiring system component. The monitoring system further includes a data acquisition system configured to monitoring signals from the HFCT sensor(s).
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