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Name / TitleCompany / ClassificationPhones & Addresses
Ben K Sternberg
Manager
FIESTA AVE PROPERTY LLC 6702 N Casas Adobes Dr, Tucson, AZ 85704
Ben K Sternberg
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CAMPBELL AND PRINCE PROPERTY LLC 6702 N Casas Adobes Dr, Tucson, AZ 85704

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Real-Time Error-Suppression Method And Apparatus Therefor

US Patent:
6606583, Aug 12, 2003
Filed:
Sep 21, 1999
Appl. No.:
09/400220
Inventors:
Ben K. Sternberg - Tucson AZ,
Steven L. Dvorak - Tucson AZ,
International Classification:
H04B 1500
US Classification:
702191, 702106, 702109, 324616
Abstract:
A thorough error suppression signal measurement system (20) having a transmitter (300) for propagating a transmission signal to a first probe 100, through a device under test (26), and into a second probe (200), and for propagating reference signals to the probes (100,200). The probes (100,200) extract normalization signals from the reference signals, exchange specific ones of the normalization signals, and combine the normalization signals with data signals derived from the transmission signal to form receiver signals. The probes (100,200) propagate the receiver signals to a receiver (400), where the signals are gain-ranged, digitized, normalized, and compensated for phase-noise.

Vector Signal Analysis Method And Apparatus Therefor

US Patent:
6636816, Oct 21, 2003
Filed:
Oct 9, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/975140
Inventors:
Steven L. Dvorak - Tucson AZ,
Ben K. Sternberg - Tucson AZ,
International Classification:
G06F 1900
US Classification:
702 66, 702 58, 702 85, 702124, 331 18, 331 23, 331 25, 331 34, 324 7641, 324 7644, 324 85, 367 43, 367 45, 367 49, 367 80, 367100
Abstract:
An error-suppression signal measurement system and method therefor is provided. The system transmits a test signal from a first probe, through a device under test, and into a second probe. The probes extract normalization signals from reference signals therein, exchange specific ones of the normalization signals, and combine the normalization signals with data signals derived from the test signal to form receiver signals. The probes propagate the receiver signals to a receiver, where the signals are gain-ranged, digitized, normalized, and compensated for phase-noise.

Real-Time Noise-Suppression Method And Apparatus Therefor

US Patent:
7089158, Aug 8, 2006
Filed:
Mar 13, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/388706
Inventors:
Ben K. Sternberg - Tucson AZ,
Steven L. Dvorak - Tucson AZ,
International Classification:
H04B 15/00
G06F 15/00
G01R 35/00
US Classification:
702191, 702106, 324613
Abstract:
A thorough error suppression signal measurement system () having a transmitter () for propagating a transmission signal to a first probe , through a device under test (), and into a second probe (), and for propagating reference signals to the probes (). The probes () extract normalization signals from the reference signals, exchange specific ones of the normalization signals, and combine the normalization signals with data signals derived from the transmission signal to form receiver signals. The probes () propagate the receiver signals to a receiver (), where the signals are gain-ranged, digitized, normalized, and compensated for phase-noise.

Vector Signal Measuring System, Featuring Wide Bandwidth, Large Dynamic Range, And High Accuracy

US Patent:
8155904, Apr 10, 2012
Filed:
Sep 22, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/235217
Inventors:
Steven L. Dvorak - Tucson AZ,
Ben K. Sternberg - Tucson AZ,
International Classification:
G01R 13/00
US Classification:
702 66
Abstract:
A new measurement system, with two receiver channels per measurement port, has been developed that provides absolute magnitude and absolute phase relationship measurements over wide bandwidths. Gain ranging is used at RF to provide optimum noise performance and a swept YIG preselector filter is used to avoid spurious signals. A new absolute vector error correction method is used to calibrate the measurement system in order to allow for absolute vector measurements, and it also removes the time-varying responses caused by the swept YIG preselector filters. A quasi-reciprocal mixer with a characterized non-reciprocal ratio is used to provide the absolute calibration standard. The two receiver channels can be adapted to a wide variety of applications, including wide bandwidth vector signal analyzer measurements, mixer measurements, and harmonic measurements. The two-channels can also be used as an absolute calibrated transmitter/reflectometer.

Method For Measuring Absolute Magnitudes And Absolute Phase Relationships Over A Wide Bandwidth

US Patent:
8296086, Oct 23, 2012
Filed:
Mar 9, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/416081
Inventors:
Ben K. Sternberg - Tucson AZ,
Steven L. Dvorak - Tucson AZ,
International Classification:
G01R 13/00
US Classification:
702 66
Abstract:
A new measurement system, with two receiver channels per measurement port, has been developed that provides absolute magnitude and absolute phase relationship measurements over wide bandwidths. Gain ranging is used at RF to provide optimum noise performance and a swept YIG preselector filter is used to avoid spurious signals. A new absolute vector error correction method is used to calibrate the measurement system in order to allow for absolute vector measurements, and it also removes the time-varying responses caused by the swept YIG preselector filters. A quasi-reciprocal mixer with a characterized non-reciprocal ratio is used to provide the absolute calibration standard. The two receiver channels can be adapted to a wide variety of applications, including wide bandwidth vector signal analyzer measurements, mixer measurements, and harmonic measurements. The two-channels can also be used as an absolute calibrated transmitter/reflectometer.

Differential Target Antenna Coupling (Dtac)

US Patent:
2011009, Apr 28, 2011
Filed:
Oct 26, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/912511
Inventors:
Steven L. Dvorak - Tucson AZ,
Ben K. Sternberg - Tucson AZ,
International Classification:
G01R 23/02
US Classification:
324 7639
Abstract:
Sub-surface detection systems include a transmitter antenna and a receiver antenna that is coupled to a receiver circuit. The receiver antenna is rotated to three different orientations, and a reference null field direction is determined. Based on variations in the null field direction at other frequencies or variations in a magnitude of a field component in the reference null field direction, the presence, location, depth, size, and electrical properties of a target can be determined.

Isbn (Books And Publications)

Induced Polarization: Applications And Case Histories

Author:
Ben Sternberg
ISBN #:
0931830893

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