James L Elwell, Age ~62New Ipswich, NH

James Elwell Phones & Addresses

New Ipswich, NH

Glendale, AZ

2098 2275, Layton, UT 84040 (801) 593-9779

Fayetteville, NC

2098 N 2275 E, Layton, UT 84040 (801) 450-8565

Work

Position: Professional/Technical

Education

Degree: Associate degree or higher

Emails

b***2@msn.com

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License Records

James E. Elwell

Licenses:
License #: PST.016423 - Expired
Issued Date: Aug 5, 1998
Expiration Date: Dec 31, 2016
Type: Pharmacist

James Levering Elwell

Address:
99 Riv Rd, New Ipswich, NH 03071
Licenses:
License #: A2486448
Category: Airmen

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Business Records

Name / TitleCompany / ClassificationPhones & Addresses
James Elwell
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H E Construction 1910 E Karen Dr, Phoenix, AZ 85022

Publications

Us Patents

Touch Pad Terminal

US Patent:
D541801, May 1, 2007
Filed:
Jan 9, 2006
Appl. No.:
29/251591
Inventors:
James K. Elwell - Salt Lake City UT,
Todd S. Christensen - Salt Lake City UT,
Darren T. Barker - Salt Lake City UT,
Nicholas G. Harper - Kaysville UT,
M. Tyler Phillips - Farmington UT,
Assignee:
QSI Corporation - Salt Lake City UT
International Classification:
1402
US Classification:
D14389

Force-Based Input Device

US Patent:
7903090, Mar 8, 2011
Filed:
Apr 11, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/402694
Inventors:
David A. Soss - Salt Lake City UT,
James K. Elwell - Salt Lake City UT,
James R. Mullins - Centerville UT,
Assignee:
QSI Corporation - Salt Lake City UT
International Classification:
G06F 3/041
US Classification:
345173, 345184
Abstract:
Disclosed is an input device comprising (a) a base support, having a periphery and a plurality of apertures formed therein to define a circumscribed or circumscribing input pad configured to displace under the applied force; (b) a plurality of isolated beam segments, defined by the plurality of apertures, and operable to receive resultant forces distributed to the isolated beam segments by the displacement of the input pad; (c) at least two sensors, disposed along each isolated beam segment, and configured to measure the forces transmitted from the input pad to the periphery and to output a signal corresponding to the applied force. One or more processing means operable with the plurality of sensors may be utilized to receive the signal and to determine at least one of a location and/or magnitude of the applied force acting on the input pad.

Force-Based Input Device Having An Elevated Contacting Surface

US Patent:
2008003, Feb 7, 2008
Filed:
Jul 31, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/888673
Inventors:
James Elwell - Salt Lake City UT,
James Mullins - Centerville UT,
David Soss - Salt Lake City UT,
Karen Stanley - Eagle Mountain UT,
International Classification:
G06F 3/041
US Classification:
345173000
Abstract:
A projected force-based input device comprising a projected or elevated contacting element configured to receive an applied force, a sensing element located in a different plane with respect to the contacting element, and a sensing portion operably supported to displace in response to the applied force. The sensing element further comprises a plurality of sensors operable to output sensor data corresponding to the applied force, wherein the sensor data facilitates the determination of a location of the applied force occurring about the contacting element, as well as the profile of the applied force over time (e.g., waveform), otherwise known as the force profile. One or more transfer elements may also be present, which function to relate the contacting element to the sensing portion of the sensing element so as to transfer substantially all of the applied force from the contacting element to the sensing element. Adequate rigidity between the elevated contacting element, and transfer elements, and the sensing element is intended to be maintained in order to prevent interference with any mounting or other structures or objects, and to permit the input device to operate properly.

Force-Based Input Device Having A Modular Sensing Component

US Patent:
2008016, Jul 10, 2008
Filed:
Dec 14, 2007
Appl. No.:
12/002334
Inventors:
David A. Soss - Salt Lake City UT,
James K. Elwell - Salt Lake City UT,
James R. Mullins - Centerville UT,
International Classification:
G06F 3/045
US Classification:
345174
Abstract:
A force-based input device responsive to an applied force to determine a location and/or magnitude of the applied force. The input device comprises a fixed frame and a base support, having an input member configured to receive the applied force and to displace relative to said fixed frame in response to the applied force. The input device is modular in the sense that it comprises a separate module or structure that relates the fixed frame and base support components to one another, as well as constraining these in all directions. The constraining module further comprises a sensing component (such as an isolated beam structure) defined therein by one or more configurations formed in the constraining module. One or more sensors are provided that are operable with the sensing component of the constraining module, which sensors are located in a region of high stress strategically provided by the various configurations of the module.

Force-Based Input Device

US Patent:
2008017, Jul 17, 2008
Filed:
Dec 14, 2007
Appl. No.:
12/002333
Inventors:
David A. Soss - Salt Lake City UT,
James K. Elwell - Salt Lake City UT,
James R. Mullins - Centerville UT,
International Classification:
G09G 5/00
US Classification:
345173
Abstract:
An input device comprising a base support, having a periphery and a plurality of apertures formed therein to define a circumscribed or circumscribing input pad configured to displace under the applied force; a plurality of isolated beam segments, defined by the plurality of apertures, and operable to receive resultant forces distributed to the isolated beam segments by the displacement of the input pad; at least two sensors, disposed along each isolated beam segment, and configured to measure the forces transmitted from the input pad to the periphery and to output a signal corresponding to the applied force. One or more processing means operable with the plurality of sensors may be utilized to receive the signal and to determine at least one of a location and/or magnitude of the applied force acting on the input pad.

Touch-Based Input Device With Boundary Defining A Void

US Patent:
2008028, Nov 27, 2008
Filed:
May 22, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/125848
Inventors:
James K. Elwell - Salt Lake City UT,
International Classification:
G06K 11/06
US Classification:
178 1801
Abstract:
A touch-based input device comprising a first structural element supported in a fixed position, a second structural element operable with said first structural element and configured to define a touch-sensing element. The touch-based input device further comprising at least one sensor operable to measure an external stimulus applied to said touch-sensing element, the at least one sensor being configured to output a signal corresponding to said external stimulus to be used to determine a location of said external stimulus applied to said touch-sensing element, wherein at least a portion of the touch-sensing element comprises a boundary defining a void present in the touch-sensing element.

Force-Based Input Device Having A Dynamic User Interface

US Patent:
2008028, Nov 27, 2008
Filed:
May 22, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/125906
Inventors:
James K. Elwell - Salt Lake City UT,
David A. Soss - Salt Lake City UT,
International Classification:
G06K 11/06
US Classification:
178 1801
Abstract:
A touch-based input device is disclosed comprising a touch-sensing element configured to register a touch on said touch-sensing element and at least one sensor operably connected to the touch-sensing element and configured to measure said touch, wherein said sensor is further configured to generate a signal corresponding to the detection of said touch. The input device further comprises a dynamic component operably connected to the touch-sensing element, said dynamic component configured to apply a dynamic force to the touch-sensing element without registering a detectable touch on said touch-sensing element while concurrently allowing detection of an external stimulus on the touch-sensing element.

Tactile Feedback Device For Use With A Force-Based Input Device

US Patent:
2008030, Dec 11, 2008
Filed:
May 22, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/125901
Inventors:
James K. Elwell - Salt Lake City UT,
David A. Soss - Salt Lake City UT,
Robert Mullins - Centerville UT,
Peter S. Shay - Bountiful UT,
International Classification:
G08B 6/00
US Classification:
3404072
Abstract:
A tactile device comprising a tactile device and a feedback mechanism operable with a sensing surface to receive a force input from a user and transfer that force input to a force sensing element. The tactile device is configured to allow the user to touch the tactile device and register an input force with the force sensing element. The tactile device is also operable with the feedback mechanism to provide feedback to the user that the force input from the user has been registered with the force sensing element.

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