Baron Services, Inc.
|Baron Services, Inc. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20130069798||System for Providing Environmental Condition Information to Vehicles and Related Methods - An apparatus for communicating weather related information to a vehicle has been developed. The invention includes, a navigational positioning system that provides the location of the vehicle and a receiver for receiving weather related data at the vehicle that includes road conditions, atmospheric conditions, weather warnings and watches, and forecast conditions. The weather related data is associated with a geographic grid that is made of a plurality of cells. The invention's processor determines if the weather related data is associated with the vehicle location and displays the weather related data to the vehicle's occupants.||03-21-2013|
|20110128144||SYSTEM AND METHOD OF PROVIDING REAL-TIME SITE SPECIFIC INFORMATION - A weather alert manager is used to provide real-time, site specific information to a user regarding weather and possibly other hazards. The weather alert manager compares meteorological data, a user profile including information on points of interest to the user, and geographical data to determine if weather will impact one or more of the user's points of interest. The user's points of interest include at least one mobile point of interest, which periodically transmits its location. The weather alert manager transmits a user alert message if one is needed, and a remote receiver notifies the user that a message has been received.||06-02-2011|
|20100254593||System for Draping Meteorological Data on a Three Dimensional Terrain Image - A system for draping meteorological data on a three dimensional terrain image has been developed. The system includes a central processing server that receives meteorological data in real time and drapes the meteorological data over a three dimensional terrain image. The image is then transmitted to a display computer for use by an end user.||10-07-2010|
|20100017129||System and Method for Displaying Storm Tracks - A system and method for displaying storm tracks is provided. The method includes combining topographic imagery, preferably high-resolution photographic images, with storm path vectors. The method further comprises panning along the storm path vector, in a “zoomed-in” mode, to allow site-specific depiction of geographic landmarks and expected times of arrival. A system for performing the method includes control logic which causes a computer system to execute the steps of the method is also provided.||01-21-2010|
|20090284409||Dual Polarization Radar with Automatic Built-In Test Equipment and Calibration - A calibration system for the receiver of a dual polarization radar system has been developed. The system includes a radar transmitter that transmits signals in horizontal and vertical polarizations and a radar receiver that receives the horizontal and vertical polarization signals. The system also includes a test signal generator that generates a continuous wave test signal. A calibration circuit for the radar receiver modifies the test signal to simulate weather conditions by adjusting the attenuation and Doppler phase shift of a continuous wave test signal.||11-19-2009|
|20090237296||Variable Ratio Power Divider for a Dual Polarization Radar System with Automatic Built-in Test Equipment and Calibration - A variable ratio power divider (VRPD) used for adjusting a calibration signal for a dual polarization radar system has been developed. The VRPD includes an input line that receives a calibration signal and splits the calibration signal into two separate test signals that have a 0° phase shift between them. The VRPD also includes a horizontal polarization output port for a horizontal calibration signal and a vertical polarization output port for a vertical calibration signal. A waveguide switch receives one of the test signals. If the waveguide switch is operating in a first position, it passes the test signal through a variable 0°-180° phase shifter. This evenly divides the power of the test signals between the horizontal and vertical output ports. If the waveguide switch is operating in a second position, it causes the test signal to bypass the phase shifter so that the entire power of the both test signals is directed entirely to either the horizontal phase output port or the vertical phase output port.||09-24-2009|
Patent applications by Baron Services, Inc.