“SYSTEM AND METHODS FOR IMAGE/VIDEO COMPRESSION”

IPApproach LLC is pleased to present (1) the exclusive patent for sale along with (2) appropriate image file compression/decompression code written in C++ to convert from/to any bitmap file of BMP format for both, row-by-row and whole image compression/decompression. U.S. granted patent titled “System and methods for image/video compression” and patent number US 10271057 B2 assigned to Vahagn Nurijanyan. The IP relates to a method/system for image and video encoding and compression.

 The technology disclosed provides the following advantages:

  • This technique makes possible to have single image filing / transmission format for any kind of images, and file format based on this image compression technique could compete with any image file format (JPEG, PNG, etc.).
  • With this compression technique, pixel lines in an image could be treated as single compressible units.  This allows the image to be compressed, transmitted and decoded in a line-by-line fashion (see below).
  • Image lines or groups of image lines could be encoded/decoded simultaneously and independently, by parallel processing. 
  • Suitable for all types of images:  true color – RGB and CMYK (for printers), grayscale and indexed color modes. 
  • Achieve lossless compression rate which is always significantly better and compressing /decompressing speed is faster than for JPEG2000 / JPEG-LS or PNG formats (currently the best lossless image compression formats).

Please contact Justin Ehrlickman via email at justin@ipapproach.com or phone at 845-558-7901 to receive a Brokerage Marketing Package.

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"Microwave Imaging Device"

IPApproach LLC is pleased to present the exclusive patents for sale “MICROWAVE IMAGING DEVICE” which includes U.S. Patents US9111334 B2, US9704275 B2, US9386936 B2, US15/177,511, US9869641 B2, US 15/950,496, US 15/342,368, US9450304 B1  and US9504404 B1 assigned to ELLUMEN Inc. The IP relates to microwave imaging technology.

The technology disclosed provides the following advantages:

  • Microwave imaging apparatus for completely imaging the human body (or portions) in sufficient detail to render a timely and accurate medical diagnosis by trained medical professionals.
  • Microwave imaging is safe, comfortable, and accurate method for the early detection of breast cancer.
  • The present system preferably includes a Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) communications application to communicate with researchers in an industry standard format.
  • Insurance companies can access and communicate with the system via viewing location that includes a Data Collaboration application that provides for communications in insurance industry standards.
  • The desired output imaging format is a Hounsfield image which can be used in Computed Tomography (CT) studies.
  • Non-ionizing radiation is used to image the body so that the imaging process is safer for patients than traditional x-rays. 
  • A high-performance, broad-band antenna that is small enough to be used in an array for biomedical imaging, and that has an aperture large enough to allow operations in the 1 GHz to 2.7 GHz frequency ranges.
  • The present array preferably operates in the multi-static mode, wherein the transmitter is located at a different location than the multiple receivers.
  • The present antipodal Vivaldi antennas have exponential structures. 
  • The present antipodal Vivaldi antenna element, are specifically designed for low-edge frequencies (1 to 2 GHz).

Please contact Justin Ehrlickman via email at justin@ipapproach.com or phone at 845-558-7901 to receive a Brokerage Marketing Package.

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