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Atlanta, GA   

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Medicine Doctors

Michael L. Wach

Specialties:
Podiatric Medicine
Work:
Foothills Podiatry
1762 N Waterman Ave, San Bernardino, CA 92404
909-8863668 (phone) 909-8865542 (fax)
Conditions:
Hallux Valgus, Plantar Fascitis, Tinea Pedis
Languages:
English, Spanish
Description:
Dr. Wach works in San Bernardino, CA and specializes in Podiatric Medicine.

Business Records

Name / TitleCompany / ClassificationPhones & Addresses
Michael Wach
Owner
Gamers Haven 108 Vickie Dr, Hiram, GA 30141
Michael L Wach IMAGINATION APPLICATION, INC Columbus, OH

Publications

Us Patents

Fiber Optic Probes For Indwelling Investigations

US Patent:
6366726, Apr 2, 2002
Filed:
Feb 24, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/512564
Inventors:
Michael Leonard Wach - Byron GA
Eric Todd Marple - Warner Robins GA
Assignee:
Cirrex Corp. - Atlanta GA
International Classification:
G02B 604
US Classification:
385115, 385123, 385116, 385120
Abstract:
Fiber optic probe assemblies for monitoring light-matter interactions in a medium of interest. The distal end of the probe assemblies can be immersed in the medium for in-situ light delivery and collection. The probe assemblies are particularly useful for indwelling biomedical applications. Design variations include paired fiber configurations and center/ring fiber configurations.

Optical Networking Assembly

US Patent:
2004005, Mar 18, 2004
Filed:
May 20, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/441937
Inventors:
Michael Wach - Atlanta GA,
Assignee:
CIRREX Corp. - Alpharetta GA
International Classification:
G02B006/26
G02B006/293
US Classification:
385/039000, 385/024000
Abstract:
An optical network assembly includes a planar lightguide circuit (PLC) and a filtering device. A PLC can have at least two optical paths for propagating optical energy. The PLC can be designed to channel optical energy with its optical paths towards the filtering device in order to separate the optical energy into at least two beams, where a first beam can contain a first information channel and a second beam can contain a second information channel. The filtering device can be attached directly to the PLC or it can be attached directly to an optical waveguide that is also connected to the PLC. The optical waveguide can either feed optical energy to or propagate optical energy away from the PLC. Multiple optical waveguides can be attached to a PLC to feed optical energy into and away from the PLC. The PLC, filtering device, and optical waveguide can form the building blocks to more complex optical network architectures.

Isolating Light Paths

US Patent:
8494311, Jul 23, 2013
Filed:
Dec 20, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/721526
Inventors:
Michael L. Wach - Alpharetta GA,
International Classification:
G02F 1/035
G02B 6/26
G02B 6/42
G02B 6/00
US Classification:
385 3, 385 16, 385122
Abstract:
Optical waveguides can extend alongside one another in sufficient proximity such that light couples between or among them as crosstalk. The electromagnetic field associated with light flowing in one optical waveguide can extend to an adjacent optical waveguide and induce unwanted light flow. The optical waveguide receiving the crosstalk can comprise a phase shifting capability, such as a longitudinal variation in refractive index, situated between two waveguide lengths. Crosstalk coupled onto the first waveguide length can flow through the refractive index variation, be phase shifted, and then flow onto the second waveguide length. The phase shifted crosstalk flowing on the second waveguide can meet other crosstalk that has coupled directly onto the second waveguide segment. The phase difference between the two crosstalks can suppress crosstalk via destructive interference. Destructive interference can also result from disposing a phase shifting provision in a crosstalk coupling path located between two optical waveguides.

Fiber Optic Connector System With Projected Alignment Pins

US Patent:
8517614, Aug 27, 2013
Filed:
Apr 27, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/066931
Inventors:
Michael L. Wach - Alpharetta GA,
International Classification:
G02B 6/38
US Classification:
385 59, 385 60, 385 66
Abstract:
A fiber optic link connection system facilitates connection between two arrays of optical fibers. Two female-type connector plugs, each attached to a respective end of two fiber optic arrays, are inserted into the open ends of a connector guide sleeve. Two guide pins are captured by intrusions within the guide sleeve in order to mate with and align the two plugs. Guide capture pins and associated springs are disposed within the guide pin intrusions to capture the guide pins. Such an arrangement not only protects the guide pins from damage, but also promotes connector compatibility.

Robustly Stabilizing Laser Systems

US Patent:
8521038, Aug 27, 2013
Filed:
May 6, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/068250
Inventors:
Michael L. Wach - Alpharetta GA,
Assignee:
Cirrex Systems, LLC - Wilmington DE
International Classification:
H04B 10/00
H04B 10/04
US Classification:
398200, 398161, 398201
Abstract:
A robustly stabilized communication laser can output a multimode optical signal remaining aligned to a coordinate of a dense wavelength division multiplexing (“DWDM”) grid while responding to a fluctuating condition or random event, such as, without limitation, exposure to a temperature fluctuation, stray light, or contamination. Responsive to the fluctuating condition, energy can transfer among individual modes in a plurality of aligned longitudinal modes. Modes shifting towards a state of misalignment with the DWDM coordinate can attenuate, while modes shifting towards a state of alignment can gain energy. Fabrication processes and systems and light management, such as beam steering, epoxy scaffolds, spectral adjustments, mode matching, thermal expansion control, alignment technology, etc. can facilitate nano-scale control of device parameters and can support low-cost fabrication.

System And Method For Receiving Optical Signals

US Patent:
8532500, Sep 10, 2013
Filed:
Aug 14, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/583149
Inventors:
Michael L. Wach - Alpharetta GA,
International Classification:
H04B 10/06
US Classification:
398202, 398208, 398209
Abstract:
A stream of wavelength division multiplexed optical signals can be converted into the electrical domain and processed electrically to discriminate the information on each optical signal. An optical medium can transmit multiple optical communication signals, each having a different wavelength and each imprinted with different information. Detectors can receive the optical communication signals, with each detector receiving some of each communication signal. Thus, any one of the detectors can output an electrical signal according to a composite of multiple optical communication signals. Accordingly, each output electrical signal can include features or energy of each of the optical communication signals. An electrical circuit can process the electrical signals output by the detectors. The processing can remove from each electrical signal contributions from all but one of the optical communication signals, so that each processed electrical signal carries the information of a single wavelength division multiplexed optical signal.

Guided Delivery Of Cell, Particle, And Drug Based Therapies

US Patent:
8535291, Sep 17, 2013
Filed:
May 7, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/466041
Inventors:
Raymond P. Vito - Atlanta GA,
W. Robert Taylor - Stone Mountain GA,
Michael L. Wach - Alpharetta GA,
Assignee:
Cell Precision, LLC - Atlanta GA
International Classification:
A61M 31/00
US Classification:
604522, 604500, 604508, 703 6, 703 11
Abstract:
A medical practitioner can specify certain parameters for a procedure that involves delivering a therapeutic agent, while leaving other parameters open. The therapeutic agent can be sensitive to biomechanical forces (or other influences) associated with delivery. The procedure can involve regenerative medicine, for example delivering progenitor or stem cells to a diseased heart using a catheter, whereby unbridled transport in the catheter may compromise efficacy. The open parameters can influence efficacy of the agent and thus therapeutic outcome. A computer-based system can apply stored information, such as from databases, to narrow the possible values of the open parameters. From the narrowed possibilities, an optimization routine can determine suitable or optimized values for the open parameters. The determined values can manage biomechanical forces incurred by the therapeutic agent, thereby promoting efficacy and healing. The optimized parameters can guide the practitioner in the procedure.

Method And System For Multiplexing Optical Communication Signals

US Patent:
8611747, Dec 17, 2013
Filed:
May 18, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/800555
Inventors:
Michael L. Wach - Alpharetta GA,
Assignee:
Cirrex Systems, LLC - Wilmington DE
International Classification:
H04J 14/02
US Classification:
398 79, 398 82, 398 85
Abstract:
An optical waveguide can transmit multiple optical signals imprinted or encoded with different information, thereby increasing the waveguide's information carrying capability or bandwidth. Each optical signal can comprise multiple longitudinal modes that are energized and that are modulated substantially in unison. Thus, the photonic energy of each optical signal can be spread across a wavelength region in a substantially discrete or substantially discontinuous pattern. The respective wavelength regions of the optical signals can overlap or substantially overlay one another. Modes of one of the optical signals can be substantially interleaved, interspersed, or intermingled with modes of other optical signals. Systems at ends of the optical waveguide can feed the optical signals onto and off of the optical waveguide and discriminate the optical signals from one another. The systems can comprise ring resonators.

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