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Mark R Keyse

age ~64

from Sharpsville, IN

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  • Mark Keyse
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575 700, Nevada, IN 46068
765 963-2572

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  • 575 700, Sharpsville, IN 46068 • 765 963-2572
  • 595 700, Sharpsville, IN 46068 • 765 963-2572
  • 595 E 700 N, Sharpsville, IN 46068

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  • Position:
    Healthcare Support Occupations

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  • Degree:
    High school graduate or higher

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Us Patents

  • Analog/Digital Feedback Circuitry For Minimizing Dc Offset Variations In An Analog Signal

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  • US Patent:
    6426663, Jul 30, 2002
  • Filed:
    Mar 4, 1996
  • Appl. No.:
    08/610007
  • Inventors:
    Gregory Jon Manlove - Kokomo IN
    Mark Billings Kearney - Kokomo IN
    Mark Russell Keyse - Sharpsville IN
    Richard Joseph Ravas - Kokomo IN
  • Assignee:
    Delphi Technologies, Inc. - Troy MI
  • International Classification:
    H03F 102
  • US Classification:
    327307, 330259
  • Abstract:
    An analog signal gain circuit includes an input receiving an analog input signal defined by an ac signal component due to a driving force and a dc offset component independent of the driving force and an output providing an analog output signal defined by an amplified representation of the analog input signal and a dc offset component corresponding to a reference signal. A digital/analog feedback circuit includes a comparator having the reference signal as a switching threshold connected to an up/down counter having a number of digital outputs. The outputs of the up/down counter are connected to a D/A converter which converts the digital count to an analog feedback signal. The feedback signal is provided to the input of the analog signal gain circuit to minimize variations in the dc offset signal component of the analog output signal by compensating for the dc offset signal component of the analog input signal. The up/down counter is clocked at a slow rate to thereby provide a long time constant for minimizing the dc offset signal component.
  • Analog Signal Conditioning Circuit Having Feedback Offset Cancellation

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  • US Patent:
    6806756, Oct 19, 2004
  • Filed:
    Jun 16, 2003
  • Appl. No.:
    10/462177
  • Inventors:
    Gregory J. Manlove - Kokomo IN
    Mark R. Keyse - Sharpsville IN
  • Assignee:
    Delphi Technologies, Inc. - Troy MI
  • International Classification:
    H03L 500
  • US Classification:
    327307
  • Abstract:
    Analog signal conditioning circuitry is provided for processing an analog signal generated by a sensor to remove DC offset. The signal conditioning circuitry includes an amplifier having the first input receiving an analog input signal and a second input receiving a reference signal. The amplifier includes an output providing an analog output signal defined by an amplified representation of the analog input signal and the reference signal. The circuitry includes a feedback circuit having an input coupled to the amplifier output and an output coupled to the first input of the amplifier for providing an analog feedback signal. The feedback circuit includes an analog-to-digital converter for converting the analog amplifier output to a digital signal, a digital controller for processing the digital signal, and a digital to analog converter for converting the processed digital signal to an analog feedback signal.
  • Analog Signal Conditioning Circuit Having Feedback Offset Cancellation

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  • US Patent:
    6937083, Aug 30, 2005
  • Filed:
    Oct 15, 2004
  • Appl. No.:
    10/966233
  • Inventors:
    Gregory J. Manlove - Kokomo IN, US
    Mark R. Keyse - Sharpsville IN, US
  • Assignee:
    Delphi Technologies, Inc. - Troy MI
  • International Classification:
    H03L005/00
  • US Classification:
    327307
  • Abstract:
    Analog signal conditioning circuitry is provided for processing an analog signal generated by a sensor to remove DC offset. The signal conditioning circuitry includes an amplifier having the first input receiving an analog input signal and a second input receiving a reference signal. The amplifier includes an output providing an analog output signal defined by an amplified representation of the analog input signal and the reference signal. The circuitry includes a feedback circuit having an input coupled to the amplifier output and an output coupled to the first input of the amplifier for providing an analog feedback signal. The feedback circuit includes an analog-to-digital converter for converting the analog amplifier output to a digital signal, a digital controller for processing the digital signal, and a digital to analog converter for converting the processed digital signal to an analog feedback signal.
  • Battery Stack Cell Monitor

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  • US Patent:
    8643333, Feb 4, 2014
  • Filed:
    Aug 31, 2011
  • Appl. No.:
    13/221942
  • Inventors:
    Seyed R. Zarabadi - Kokomo IN, US
    Thomas Gerard Block - Carmel IN, US
    Mark R. Keyse - Sharpsville IN, US
  • Assignee:
    Delphi Technologies, Inc. - Troy MI
  • International Classification:
    H02J 7/00
    H01M 10/46
    G01N 27/416
  • US Classification:
    320116, 324433
  • Abstract:
    A battery monitor system for determining a cell voltage between a low side contact and a high side contact of a cell in situ as one of a plurality of cells connected in series to form a battery. The system uses an arrangement of switches and capacitors to shift relatively high absolute voltages of a battery stack to a relative low voltage level so lower voltage electronics can be used to monitor cell voltages. The system may be configured to provide a single ended measurement or a differential measurement indicative of a cell voltage. The differential measurement may be advantageous to correct or offset signal noise caused by electromagnetic interference (EMI).
  • Sensor And Method Of Transmitting Data In Multiple Protocols

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  • US Patent:
    20050109935, May 26, 2005
  • Filed:
    Mar 19, 2004
  • Appl. No.:
    10/804741
  • Inventors:
    Gregory Manlove - Kokomo IN, US
    Mark Keyse - Sharpsville IN, US
    Robert Constable - Kokomo IN, US
  • International Classification:
    G01D005/34
  • US Classification:
    250300000
  • Abstract:
    A sensor and method are provided for sensing characteristics, such as pressure and temperature, and transmitting the sensed characteristics and stored data in first and second data communication protocols. The sensor includes stored data transmit in an output signal according to a first data communication protocol. The sensor senses pressure and temperature and transmits the sensed pressure and temperature characteristics in a pulse width modulated output signal according to a second data communication protocol. The stored data is transmit following a power reset, and subsequent thereto the sensed data is transmit.
  • Vehicle Threshold Based Synchronous Communication System And Method

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  • US Patent:
    20110015804, Jan 20, 2011
  • Filed:
    Jul 17, 2009
  • Appl. No.:
    12/504939
  • Inventors:
    Charles A. Cluff - Zionsville IN, US
    Robert H. Obremski - Kokomo IN, US
    Mark R. Keyse - Sharpsville IN, US
  • Assignee:
    DELPHI TECHNOLOGIES, INC. - Troy MI
  • International Classification:
    G06F 7/00
  • US Classification:
    701 1
  • Abstract:
    A system and method are provided for communicating data synchronously with a plurality of crash sensors onboard a vehicle. The system includes a control unit comprising interface circuitry for communicating with a plurality of crash sensors and providing synchronization signals to the crash sensors. The system also includes a communication bus coupled to the control unit for communicating with the crash sensors. The system further includes a plurality of crash sensors connected to the communication bus for communicating with the control unit. Each of the plurality of crash sensors receives one or more synchronization signals and is capable of transmitting data in response to the synchronous signals. The plurality of crash sensors each comprises logic for comparing a sensed parameter to a threshold and transmitting data when the sensed parameter exceeds the threshold. The logic further periodically transmits data based at least one of a time period and a synchronization count when the sensed parameter is less than the threshold.
  • One-Time Programmable Latch Which Allows Volatile Writes Prior To Permanent Programming

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  • US Patent:
    58569413, Jan 5, 1999
  • Filed:
    Sep 15, 1997
  • Appl. No.:
    8/929457
  • Inventors:
    Mark Russell Keyse - Sharpsville IN
    Gregory Jon Manlove - Kokomo IN
    Seyed Ramezan Zarabadi - Kokomo IN
  • Assignee:
    Delco Electronics Corporation - Kokomo IN
  • International Classification:
    G11C 1100
  • US Classification:
    365154
  • Abstract:
    A cross-coupled latch circuit that is a one-time programmable latch that allows volatile temporary writes to the latch prior to permanent programming of the latch. The latch circuit includes first and second programmable FET devices that include poly-poly capacitators in series with the gate terminal of each device. A pair of PMOS FET devices combine with the programmable devices to make up the latch. The latch circuit includes other FET devices that are switched on and off depending on whether the latch is being permanently programmed, temporarily written to, or reset. A NAND gate is provided such that a logical high output on the NAND gate allows the first programmable device to be temporarily programmed with a logical one and permanently programmed with a logical zero. A NOR gate is provided such that a logical high on the NOR gate allows the second programmable device to be temporarily programmed with a logical zero and permanently programmed with a logical one.
  • Adaptive Loading Circuit For A Differential Input Magnetic Wheel Speed Sensor

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  • US Patent:
    54500087, Sep 12, 1995
  • Filed:
    Feb 22, 1994
  • Appl. No.:
    8/200098
  • Inventors:
    Brian K. Good - Greentown IN
    Mark R. Keyse - Sharpsville IN
  • Assignee:
    Delco Electronics Corp. - Kokomo IN
  • International Classification:
    G01P 3488
    G01P 3489
    G01R 1508
    H03L 500
  • US Classification:
    324166
  • Abstract:
    An adaptive loading circuit is provided for adaptively attenuating an alternating differential voltage that is produced by a magnetic sensor in response to the rotation of a wheel while maintaining noise immunity. The circuit includes an input for receiving an input differential voltage from the magnetic sensor via first and second input lines. A resistive divider network is included which has a resistive load serially connected to each of the first and second input lines and a plurality of adaptively selectable parallel resistive loads connected between the first and second input lines. Combinations of the parallel resistive loads are adaptively selected when the input differential voltage exceeds predetermined voltage thresholds so as to divide the input differential voltage into a selected portion thereof as an output differential voltage. In addition, the parallel resistive loads may be selectively switched out when the input differential voltage drops below a low voltage threshold. The output differential voltage is then processed so as to achieve rotational speed information about the wheel.

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Syracuse University - Eng...

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Graduates:
Mark Jagodzinski (1994-1999),
Mike McHenry (1979-1982),
Mark Keyse (1980-1983),
Raymond Busse (1955-1959)

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