William E Babbitt Deceased725 Hudson St, Buckner, MO 64016

William Babbitt Phones & Addresses

725 Hudson St, Buckner, MO 64016 (816) 650-3039

Blue Springs, MO

Bowling Green, MO

Rowland Heights, CA

Work

Company: Blakely, Sokoloff, Taylor & Zafman Address: 12400 Wilshire Boulevard 7Th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90025 Specialities: Patent Application - 20% • Trademark Application - 20% • Copyright Application - 20% • Litigation - 20% • Intellectual Property - 20%

Education

Degree: BS - Bachelor of Science School / High School: California State University, Long Beach

Ranks

Licence: California - Active Date: 1993

Mentions for William E Babbitt

Work History and Career Records

Lawyers & Attorneys

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William Thomas Babbitt, Los Angeles CA - Lawyer

Address:
Blakely, Sokoloff, Taylor & Zafman
12400 Wilshire Boulevard 7Th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90025
(310) 207-3800 (Office), (310) 820-5988 (Fax)
Licenses:
California - Active 1993
Education:
California State University, Long BeachDegree BS - Bachelor of Science - Chemical Engineering
McGeorge School Of Law
University of California RiversideDegree BS - Bachelor of Science - Biochemistry
Specialties:
Patent Application - 20%
Trademark Application - 20%
Copyright Application - 20%
Litigation - 20%
Intellectual Property - 20%
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William Thomas Babbitt, Los Angeles CA - Lawyer

Address:
12400 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90025
Phone:
(310) 207-3800 (Phone), (310) 820-5988 (Fax)
Experience:
30 years
Specialties:
Intellectual Property
Jurisdiction:
California (1993)
Law School:
McGeorge School of Law Univ of the Pacific
Education:
Univ of California Riverside, Undergraduate Degree
McGeorge School of Law Univ of the Pacific, Law Degree
Memberships:
California State Bar (1993)

License Records

William L Babbitt

Licenses:
License #: E021849 - Active
Category: Emergency medical services
Issued Date: Aug 31, 2009
Expiration Date: Aug 31, 2017
Type: Sierra-Sacramento Valley EMS Agency

William Joseph Babbitt

Licenses:
License #: A5289557
Category: Airmen

Resumes and CV

Resumes

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Owner

Industry:
Medical Practice
Work:
Dental Healthcare Ctrs
Owner
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President At Emr Repair Inc

Location:
Kansas City, Missouri Area
Industry:
Mechanical or Industrial Engineering
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William Babbitt

Location:
United States
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William Babbitt

Location:
United States

Business & Organization Records

Name / TitleCompany / ClassificationPhones & Addresses
William Babbitt
President
E M R Repair Inc 10700 E 51 St, Kansas City, MO 64133
(816) 358-6442
William M. Babbitt WILLIAM M. BABBITT CONSULTING ENGINEER LLC
William Babbitt
Branch Manager, President
Emr Repair, Inc 302 S Hudson St, Buckner, MO 64016
(816) 650-4030

Publications

Us Patents

Electrical Devices With Improved Communication

US Patent:
7170890, Jan 30, 2007
Filed:
Dec 16, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/472800
Inventors:
Charles Frank - Irvine CA, US
Thomas Ludwig - San Clemente CA, US
Thomas Hanan - Mission Viejo CA, US
William Babbitt - Perris CA, US
Assignee:
Zetera Corporation - Irvine CA
International Classification:
H04L 12/28
US Classification:
370389
Abstract:
Cameras, radios, televisions, set top boxes (), telephones, kitchen appliances, and other electrical devices have their own IP address, and communicate using an internetworking protocol. Of particular interest are those devices that utilize some form of mass storage. Communication of the packets between or among elements can occur using any suitable package switched network (or combination of networks), including the Internet (). The preferred protocol for communicating packets is IP, and communication of the packets between elements can advantageously occur by virtualizing a native bus () using IP. It is especially contemplated that the inventive elements can be disaggregated outside the housing of a device, at distances of several meters or more. Communication can be hard wired, or can include wireless aspects. Adapters are also contemplated that permit traditional elements to be addressed by their own IP addresses.

Multiplexing Storage Element Interface

US Patent:
7184424, Feb 27, 2007
Filed:
Oct 4, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/243573
Inventors:
Charles Frank - Irvine CA, US
Thomas Ludwig - San Clemente CA, US
Thomas Hanan - Mission Viejo CA, US
William Babbitt - Perris CA, US
Assignee:
Zetera Corporation - Irvine CA
International Classification:
H04Q 7/24
US Classification:
370338, 370447
Abstract:
Cameras, radios, televisions, set top boxes, telephones, kitchen appliances, and other electrical devices have their own IP address, and communicate using an internetworking protocol. Of particular interest are those devices that utilize some form of mass storage. Communication of the packets between or among elements can occur using any suitable package switched network (or combination of networks), including the Internet. The preferred protocol for communicating packets is IP, and communication of the packets between elements can advantageously occur by virtualizing a native bus using IP. It is especially contemplated that the inventive elements can be disaggregated outside the housing of a device, at distances of several meters or more. Communication can be hard wired, or can include wireless aspects. Adapters are also contemplated that permit traditional elements to be addressed by their own IP addresses.

Multiplexing Storage Element Interface

US Patent:
7599342, Oct 6, 2009
Filed:
Apr 5, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/399110
Inventors:
Charles Frank - Irvine CA, US
Thomas Ludwig - San Clemente CA, US
Thomas Hanan - Mission Viejo CA, US
William Babbitt - Perris CA, US
International Classification:
H04W 4/00
US Classification:
370338, 370535
Abstract:
Cameras, radios, televisions, set top boxes, telephones, kitchen appliances, and other electrical devices have their own IP address, and communicate using an internetworking protocol. Of particular interest are those devices that utilize some form of mass storage. Communication of the packets between or among elements can occur using any suitable package switched network (or combination of networks), including the Internet. The preferred protocol for communicating packets is IP, and communication of the packets between elements can advantageously occur by virtualizing a native bus using IP. It is especially contemplated that the inventive elements can be disaggregated outside the housing of a device, at distances of several meters or more. Communication can be hard wired, or can include wireless aspects. Adapters are also contemplated that permit traditional elements to be addressed by their own IP addresses.

Transferring Data To A Target Device

US Patent:
7602773, Oct 13, 2009
Filed:
Dec 16, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/473713
Inventors:
Charles Frank - Irvine CA, US
Thomas Ludwig - San Clemente CA, US
Thomas Hanan - Mission Viejo CA, US
William Babbitt - Perris CA, US
International Classification:
H04L 12/50
H04L 12/56
US Classification:
370381, 370392
Abstract:
Methods of transferring data to a target device having disaggregated elements are presented. Packets having network addresses assigned to the elements and location addresses within the elements are received. The packets are routed to the elements using the network addresses.

Communication Protocols, Systems And Methods

US Patent:
7643476, Jan 5, 2010
Filed:
Mar 1, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/791338
Inventors:
Charles Frank - Irvine CA, US
Thomas Ludwig - San Clemente CA, US
Thomas Hanan - Mission Viejo CA, US
William Babbitt - Perris CA, US
International Classification:
H04L 12/50
H04L 12/56
US Classification:
370381, 370392
Abstract:
Methods of transferring data to a target device are presented. A protocol supports sending packets to individual disaggregated elements of the target device. Each packet can be individually addressed to an element using a distinct network address. Data is sent to the target device by sending one or more packets encapsulating protocol commands that provide instructions to the elements.

Methods Of Conveying Information Using Fixed Sized Packets

US Patent:
7688814, Mar 30, 2010
Filed:
Oct 3, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/242985
Inventors:
Charles Frank - Irvine CA, US
Thomas Ludwig - San Clemente CA, US
Thomas Hanan - Mission Viejo CA, US
William Babbitt - Perris CA, US
International Classification:
H04L 12/50
H04L 12/56
G06F 15/16
G06F 13/00
US Classification:
370380, 370394, 709211, 711111
Abstract:
Communication protocols, systems, and methods that facilitate communication between disaggregated elements, and also to devices adapted to function as such disaggregated elements, particularly across peer-to-peer (masterless) and include one or more unique features such as packet atomicity, blind ACKs, NAT bridging, locking, multicast spanning and mirroring, and authentication.

Adapted Disk Drives Executing Instructions For I/O Command Processing

US Patent:
7698526, Apr 13, 2010
Filed:
Oct 3, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/243116
Inventors:
Charles Frank - Irvine CA, US
Thomas Ludwig - San Clemente CA, US
Thomas Hanan - Mission Viejo CA, US
William Babbitt - Perris CA, US
International Classification:
G06F 12/00
US Classification:
711170
Abstract:
Communication protocols, systems, and methods that facilitate communication between disaggregated elements, and also to devices adapted to function as such disaggregated elements, particularly across peer-to-peer (masterless) and include one or more unique features such as packet atomicity, blind ACKs, NAT bridging, locking, multicast spanning and mirroring, and authentication.

Protocol Adapter For Electromagnetic Device Elements

US Patent:
7720058, May 18, 2010
Filed:
Oct 4, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/243686
Inventors:
Charles Frank - Irvine CA, US
Thomas Ludwig - San Clemente CA, US
Thomas Hanan - Mission Viejo CA, US
William Babbitt - Perris CA, US
International Classification:
H04L 12/28
US Classification:
370389
Abstract:
Cameras, radios, televisions, set top boxes, telephones, kitchen appliances, and other electrical devices have their own IP address, and communicate using an internetworking protocol. Of particular interest are those devices that utilize some form of mass storage. Communication of the packets between or among elements can occur using any suitable package switched network (or combination of networks), including the Internet. The preferred protocol for communicating packets is IP, and communication of the packets between elements can advantageously occur by virtualizing a native bus using IP. It is especially contemplated that the inventive elements can be disaggregated outside the housing of a device, at distances of several meters or more. Communication can be hard wired, or can include wireless aspects. Adapters are also contemplated that permit traditional elements to be addressed by their own IP addresses.

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