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Russell Hanabusa Phones & Addresses

  • Sunnyvale, CA
  • Santa Clara, CA
  • Saratoga, CA
  • Cupertino, CA
  • Palo Alto, CA

Resumes

Resumes

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Lab Manager

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Location:
981 Teal Dr, Santa Clara, CA 95051
Industry:
Electrical/Electronic Manufacturing
Work:
Skinsampler Technology May 2015 - Jan 2017
Founder

Inphi Corporation May 2015 - Jan 2017
Lab Manager

Inphi Corporation Sep 2013 - Dec 2013
Technical Contractor

Intel Labs Jun 2012 - Jun 2013
Technical Contractor

Apple Feb 2011 - Dec 2011
Contractor - Engineer
Education:
Santa Clara University 1991 - 1993
MS, Electrical Engineering
Skills:
Fpga
Verilog
Electronics
Testing
Debugging
Signal Integrity
Asic
Hardware
Visio
Python
Logic Analyzer
C++
Semiconductors
Powerpoint
Oscilloscope
I2C
Wireless
Tdr
Embedded Systems
Manufacturing
Network Analyzer
Software Documentation
Orcad Capture Cis
Pcad
Soldering
Rfid Applications
Web Design
Cpci
Hipot
Pna
Temperature Chamber
Interests:
Boating
Cooking
Electronics
Outdoors
Home Improvement
Reading
Crafts
Gourmet Cooking
Sports
Home Decoration
Languages:
English
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Applications Engineer At Spansion

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Location:
915 De Guigne Dr, Sunnyvale, CA 94085
Industry:
Semiconductors
Work:
Spansion
Applications Engineer at Spansion
Education:
Santa Clara University

Publications

Us Patents

Attack Deterrent And Attacker Identification System

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US Patent:
20040066299, Apr 8, 2004
Filed:
Oct 2, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/263458
Inventors:
Russell Hanabusa - Cupertino CA, US
Jennie Hanabusa - Cupertino CA, US
International Classification:
G08B013/00
US Classification:
340/574000, 340/573100
Abstract:
A system for deterring an attack and adding with identification and apprehension of an attacker is disclosed. A vessel containing materials capable of leaving stain, odor, or other markings on the attacker and the victim are employed. Comparison of the materials found on the victim and on the attacker will help establish the connection between the two and aid in the positive identification of the attacker. The system further provides for an audio and light alarm as additional ways for the victim to discourage the attacker. Also included is a tool that will aid the victim in escaping from the attacker's car or other surroundings.

Attack Deterrent And Attacker Identification System

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US Patent:
20040075563, Apr 22, 2004
Filed:
May 27, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/446952
Inventors:
Russell Hanabusa - Cupertino CA, US
Jennie Hanabusa - Cupertino CA, US
International Classification:
G08B013/00
US Classification:
340/574000
Abstract:
A system for deterring an attack and aiding with identification and apprehension of an attacker is disclosed. A material capable of leaving stain, odor, other markings on the attacker, and a device capable of collecting the attacker's and the victims skin, tissue, bone, body fluid and hair samples are employed. Comparison of the materials found on the victim and on the attacker will help establish the connection between the two and aid in the positive identification of the attacker. The system also provides for an audio and light alarm as additional ways for the victim to discourage the attacker. Any combination of the methods described may be used to discourage the attacker or increase the probability of apprehension. Also included is a tool that will aid the victim in escaping from the attacker's car or other surroundings.

Attack Deterrent And Attacker Identification System

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US Patent:
20040164866, Aug 26, 2004
Filed:
Jun 24, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/602506
Inventors:
Russell Hanabusa - Cupertino CA, US
Jennie Hanabusa - Cupertino CA, US
International Classification:
G08B023/00
US Classification:
340/573100, 340/574000
Abstract:
A system for deterring an attack and adding with identification and apprehension of an attacker is disclosed. A vessel containing materials capable of leaving stain, odor, or other markings on the attacker and the victim are employed. Comparison of the materials found on the victim and on the attacker will help establish the connection between the two and aid in the positive identification of the attacker. The system further provides for an audio and light alarm as additional ways for the victim to discourage the attacker. Also included is a tool that will aid the victim in escaping from the attacker's vehicle or other surroundings and a device that will help attract attention to the victim and the attacker. Alternatively, miniature devices are employed that remove samples of the attackers skin, bone, hair, tissue or bodily fluids and store the same. Subsequent analysis of these samples enables identification of the attacker. Similar devices are also employed to lodge themselves into attacker's skin. These devices contain unique codes that can be employed to identify the attacker. As a further aid in victim rescue and attacker capture, a radio frequency identification device is included, further improving the chances for finding the victim and the attacker.
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