Ross Snyder is a patent attorney with extensive experience preparing and prosecuting patent applications directed to a vast range of technologies. He has particular expertise in electronics, computer, telecommunication, and wireless communication technologies. Representative technologies include electronic circuits, network infrastructure components, memory devices, processor architectures, data communication devices, mixed-signal integrated circuits, information storage devices, imaging devices, radio frequency (RF) power amplifiers, antennas, semiconductor fabrication equipment, wireless information security systems, display panels, digital signal processing systems, data base management systems, web-enabled technologies, peripheral interfacing systems, error detection and correction systems, and cryptographic systems.
Ross has also prepared and prosecuted patent applications involving such diverse technologies as medical devices, surface and subsea well completion and intervention equipment, acoustic devices, robotic systems, electronically commutated motors, smart card systems, radar systems, optical systems, surgical apparatus, avionics, automotive accessories, electronic funds transfer systems, air purification equipment, nondestructive testing systems, amusement park equipment, and pyrotechnic devices.
Education & Admissions
Ross received his Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1989 and his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Southern California in 1992.
Ross is admitted to practice in the State of California and before the United States Patent and Trademark Office. As a patent attorney in the United States, Ross has experience preparing and filing international patent applications and prosecuting international patent applications at the national stage in the United States to pursue patent protection of any desired geographic scope.