Wednesday, March 18th, 2009 - 7:36 am

United States Patent Awarded

Dr. JP Agrawal, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology, has received four United States Patents for his work as one of the co-inventors. Dr. Agrawal did the research work during his leave of absence from PUC during the period 2000-2002.

  • “Dynamic mixing TDM data with data packets”, United States Patent 7333512
  • “Method of generating, transmitting, receiving and recovering synchronous frames with non-standard speeds”, United States Patent 7327758
  • “Adaptive link quality management for wireless medium”, United States Patent 7165102
  • “Hybrid network to carry synchronous and asynchronous traffic over symmetric and asymmetric links”, United States Patent 7173927

Filing date: Dec 17, 2001
Issue date: Feb 5, 2008

Inventors: Addepalli Sateesh Kumar, Chandrasekaran Nageswara Gupta, Tushar Ramanlal Shah, Debaditya Mukherjee, Thomas Yat Chung Woo, Khalid Seikh, Jai Prakash Agrawal

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CSOL Department Head appointed to National Position

Professor Tony Gregory, Construction Science and Organizational Leadership Department Head, has been appointed as the National Society of Professional Surveyors (NSPS) Governor/Director for the Indiana Society of Professional Land Surveyors (ISPLS).  In this position, he will represent professional surveyors in Indiana at the national level.  The NSPS Board of Governors/Directors meets every spring and fall.  It […]