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David C Allais: Multitrack bar code and associated decoding method. Intermec Corporation, Seed and Berry, December 27, 1988: US04794239 (300 worldwide citation)

A multitrack bar code and associated decoding method. Data are encoded into a multitrack bar code according to numerical values which correspond to the characters composing the data. The numerical values are combined into words and corresponding binary strings are chosen, the parity of each binary s ...


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Kevork G Arackellian: Symbology reader wth reduced specular reflection. Intermec Corporation, Seed and Berry, July 30, 1996: US05541419 (239 worldwide citation)

A symbology reader which reduces the effects of specular reflection. A plurality of illumination sources emit light toward a target object. A first polarization filter receives the unpolarized light from the illumination sources and transmits only light polarized in a first direction. Light reflecte ...


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Pixie A Austin, Duane M Fox, Christopher A Wiklof: System and method for automatic selection of printer control parameters. Intermec Corporation, Seed and Berry, January 30, 1996: US05488223 (208 worldwide citation)

A system and method for the automatic selection printer operating parameters using a preprinted bar code image on a portion of a selected print medium or a separate sheet of bar code parameters and commands. The bar code image specified characteristics of the selected print medium. A bar code scanne ...


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Alan F Jovanovich, Bruce G Warren: Homodyne radio architecture for direct sequence spread spectrum data reception. Intermec Corporation, Graham & James, February 27, 1996: US05495500 (166 worldwide citation)

A homodyne radio system for receiving direct sequence spread spectrum communications enables a received signal to be down-converted directly to a baseband signal. An input RF amplifier receives and amplifies a carrier signal modulated by a digital code sequence. A local oscillator provides a signal ...


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Pavel Maltsev, Richard Penn: Fast finding algorithm for two-dimensional symbologies. Intermec Corporation, Joan H Pauly, January 16, 2001: US06173893 (154 worldwide citation)

A plurality of scan lines is used to detect characteristic features of a checkerboard structure or similar pattern structure of symbology within a field of view. The scan lines cross leading edges of the symbology which provides signals to a plurality of processors. The processors detect instances w ...


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Steven M Bunce, Joel T Aragon: Symbology reader with fixed focus spotter beam. Intermec Corporation, Seed and Berry, January 28, 1997: US05598007 (151 worldwide citation)

A symbology reader having a pair of optical sources for producing cursor beams. The cursor beams are emitted from two spaced apart locations on the reader and angled with respect to an image direction of a detector assembly within the reader. The cursor beams intersect at a desired object distance t ...


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Pavel A Maltsev: Method and apparatus for locating and decoding machine-readable symbols. Intermec Corporation, Seed and Berry, July 28, 1998: US05786583 (141 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for locating and decoding machine-readable symbols is provided. The present invention stores an image of the symbol and locates all Jordan curves having an angular length less than .pi. within the image of the symbol. The present invention finds and selects all convex Jordan c ...


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Joel T Aragon, Steven M Bunce: Symbology reader with interchangeable window. Intermec Corporation, Seed and Berry, November 5, 1996: US05572007 (138 worldwide citation)

A symbology reader having a replaceable window element. The window element is user replaceable and incorporates varying features for varying applications. By removing and replacing a window element, the user may provide a clear, uncontaminated surface through which light may enter or exit the reader ...


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Kevork G Arackellian, Steven M Bunce, Joel T Aragon: Symbology reader illumination system. Intermec Corporation, Seed and Berry, April 2, 1996: US05504367 (123 worldwide citation)

A symbology reader employing an area detector and LEDs mounted at various angular orientations on a printed circuit board for illuminating a target object in an object plane. Each of the LEDs is oriented according to a desired beam vector to illuminate a particular area of the object plane so that t ...


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Gary W Garrabrant, Jay C Cho, Joseph T Savarese: Packet radio communication system protocol. Intermec Corporation, Seed and Berry, March 11, 1997: US05610595 (116 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for transmitting data in a packet radio communication system having data sources, destinations and intermediate repeaters. According to a packet protocol, a repeat count in the protocol is decremented each time a packet is retransmitted, until the repeat count reaches zero, at ...