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  • 1410 Flora Ave, San Jose, CA 95130 (408) 243-2434 (408) 615-0467
  • La Crosse, WI
  • 401 Harrison Ave, Campbell, CA 95008
  • Marquette, IA

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Tyler Baughman

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Location:
San Jose, California
Industry:
Mechanical or Industrial Engineering
Skills:
Engineering
CAD
Medical Devices
Solidworks
Machining
ISO 13485
R&D
Manufacturing
Root Cause Analysis
Process Simulation
FMEA
Product Development
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Tyler Baughman
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Tyler's Design Engineering
Engineering Services
1410 Flora Ave, San Jose, CA 95130
(408) 615-0467

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Us Patents

Flexible, Modular, Compact Fiber Optic Switch

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US Patent:
6445844, Sep 3, 2002
Filed:
Dec 21, 1999
Appl. No.:
09/446540
Inventors:
Armand P. Neukermans - Palo Alto CA
Timothy G. Slater - San Francisco CA
Tyler L. Baughman - Campbell CA
James P. Downing - Saratoga CA
John S. Forker - Palo Alto CA
Gregory A. Reznick - Pleasanton CA
Sam Calmes - Mountain View CA
Steven M. Clark - Palo Alto CA
Jack D. Foster - Los Altos CA
Marc R. Schuman - San Francisco CA
Rajiv Ramaswami - Yorktown Heights NY
Assignee:
XROS, Inc. - Santa Clara CA
International Classification:
G02B 635
US Classification:
385 18, 385 17, 385 33
Abstract:
A fiber optic switch includes a fiber optic switching module that receives and fixes ends of optical fibers. The module includes numerous reflective light beam deflectors which may be selected as pairs for coupling a beam of light between a pair of optical fibers. The module also produces orientation signals from each deflector which indicate its orientation. A portcard included in the switch supplies drive signals to the module for orienting at least one deflector. The portcard also receives the orientation signals produced by that deflector together with coordinates that specify an orientation for the deflector. The portcard compares the received coordinates with the orientation signals received from the deflector and adjusts the drive signals supplied to the module to reduce any difference between the received coordinates and the orientation signals. The switch also employs optical alignment to precisely orient pairs of deflectors coupling a beam of light between optical fibers.

Flexible, Modular, Compact Fiber Optic Switch

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US Patent:
6795602, Sep 21, 2004
Filed:
Dec 1, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/729336
Inventors:
Armand P. Neukermans - Palo Alto CA,
Timothy G. Slater - San Francisco CA,
Tyler L. Baughman - Campbell CA,
James P. Downing - Saratoga CA,
John S. Forker - Palo Alto CA,
Gregory A. Reznick - Pleasanton CA,
Sam Calmes - Mountain View CA,
Steven M. Clark - Palo Alto CA,
Jack D. Foster - Los Altos CA,
Marc R. Schuman - San Francisco CA,
Rajiv Ramaswami - Yorktown Heights NY,
International Classification:
G02B 635
US Classification:
385 18
Abstract:
A fiber optic switch ( ) includes a fiber optic switching module ( ) that receives and fixes ends ( ) of optical fibers ( ). The module ( ) includes numerous reflective light beam deflectors ( ) which may be selected as pairs for coupling a beam of light ( ) between a pair of optical fibers ( ). The module ( ) also produces orientation signals from each deflector ( ) which indicate its orientation. A portcard ( ) included in the switch ( ) supplies drive signals to the module ( ) for orienting at least one deflector ( ). The portcard ( ) also receives the orientation signals produced by that deflector ( ) together with coordinates that specify an orientation for the deflector ( ). The portcard ( ) compares the received coordinates with the orientation signals received from the deflector ( ) and adjusts the drive signals supplied to the module ( ) to reduce any difference between the received coordinates and the orientation signals. The switch ( ) also employs optical alignment to precisely orient pairs deflectors ( ) coupling a beam of light ( ) between optical fibers ( ).

Selectively Locking Device

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US Patent:
7998145, Aug 16, 2011
Filed:
Feb 1, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/670040
Inventors:
Tyler Baughman - San Jose CA,
Assignee:
Boston Scientific Scimed, Inc. - Maple Grove MN
International Classification:
A61F 2/84
US Classification:
606 99
Abstract:
A locking element comprising a frame defining a central lumen through which a portion of the elongate member fits; one or more levers extending in the second direction from the frame able to be moved between a locking position and a releasing position; and one or more tabs extending in the first direction from the frame able to be moved by the one or more levers between a locked position and a released position; wherein when the locking element is disposed on an enabling elongate member in a second direction from a second cross section, the one or more tabs prevent the locking element from moving in a first direction beyond a first cross section when disposed in the locked position and do not prevent the locking element from moving in the first direction when disposed in the released position.

Selectively Locking Device

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US Patent:
2004010, May 27, 2004
Filed:
Nov 22, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/302410
Inventors:
Tyler Baughman - San Jose CA,
Assignee:
SCIMED LIFE SYSTEMS, INC.
International Classification:
A61F002/00
US Classification:
606/099000
Abstract:
A locking element comprising a frame defining a central lumen through which a portion of the elongate member fits; one or more levers extending in the second direction from the frame able to be moved between a locking position and a releasing position; and one or more tabs extending in the first direction from the frame able to be moved by the one or more levers between a locked position and a released position; wherein when the locking element is disposed on an enabling elongate member in a second direction from a second cross section, the one or more tabs prevent the locking element from moving in a first direction beyond a first cross section when disposed in the locked position and do not prevent the locking element from moving in the first direction when disposed in the released position.

Spacer Devices And Systems For The Treatment Of Spinal Stenosis And Methods For Using The Same

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US Patent:
2009025, Oct 15, 2009
Filed:
Jan 13, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/352796
Inventors:
Richard S. Ginn - Gilroy CA,
David A. White - Morgan Hill CA,
John H. Ream - Willits CA,
Joseph Karratt - Santa Clara CA,
Tyler L. Baughman - San Jose CA,
Nicanor Domingo - Santa Clara CA,
International Classification:
A61F 2/44
US Classification:
623 1716
Abstract:
Spacer devices for treating spinal stenosis are provided herein. In some example embodiments, these devices are configured for attachment on the interspinous ligaments with minimal injury thereto. Also provided are systems for the delivery of the spacer devices, tools for measuring and assessing the interspinous space and methods for using the same.

Minimally Invasive Tmr Device

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US Patent:
6200311, Mar 13, 2001
Filed:
Jan 20, 1998
Appl. No.:
9/009755
Inventors:
Christopher J. Danek - Palo Alto CA
Miriam H. Taimisto - San Jose CA
Tyler Baughman - Campbell CA
Kevin Gertner - San Jose CA
John Valenti - Morgan Hill CA
Burt Uebelhoer - Morgan Hill CA
Assignee:
Eclipse Surgical Technologies, Inc. - Sunnyvale CA
International Classification:
A61B 1700
US Classification:
606 15
Abstract:
The disclosure is directed to a tissue ablation device comprising an elongate probe, with a tissue ablation member located at the deflectable distal end of the probe, which is configured to access a patient's heart. The elongate probe is attached at its proximal end to a handpiece which is ergonomically designed to fit within the hand of the operator. The handpiece houses an advancement mechanism which is mechanically coupled to the tissue ablation member and can be used to axially translate the tissue ablation member in relation to the elongate probe. An activation mechanism is housed within the advancement mechanism and is coupled to the advancement mechanism in such a manner that the operator can simultaneously activate and advance the tissue removal member with one finger or thumb. The handpiece also houses a deflection actuator which applies tension to a tensile member which deflects the distal end of the probe.
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