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James T Katsandres, Jeffrey M Hunt, Chau Minh Ho, Paul David Shoeman: Automatic data collection device that receives data output instruction from data consumer. Intermec IP, Seed IP Law Group PLLC, March 12, 2002: US06356949 (671 worldwide citation)

A method and system for receiving a client's instructions with regard to specifying an output mechanism and a data type for data received from an automatic data collection (“ADC”) device on an ADC device platform. The method and system allows client applications to register their ADC data reque ...


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Ryan R White, Steven R Kunert: Ruggedized hand held computer. Intermec IP, March 11, 2003: US06532152 (505 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a durable, reliable, and ergonomic computing system that is highly customizable and ungradable. Product flexibility and ease of customization is provided by the ability to employ a wide range of peripherals and accessories. In one embodiment, a docking unit is provided ...


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Jeremy A Landt: System and method for automatically controlling or configuring a device, such as an RFID reader. Intermec IP, Seed IP Law Group PLLC, January 13, 2004: US06677852 (315 worldwide citation)

The system and method for automatically controlling or configuring, a device, such as an RFID Reader, reads a master control tag to upload sets of instructions from the tag to memory resident in the reader. Thereafter, the reader may read a control tag to select one or more sets of instructions stor ...


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Steven D Friend, Kurt Kordes, Dennis Silva: Portable data collection. Intermec IP, Suiter & Associates PC, December 24, 2002: US06497368 (278 worldwide citation)

A portable data collection system employing a portable data terminal having increased functionality is disclosed. The portable data terminal includes an integral magnetic stripe reader for reading information magnetically encoded on a magnetic stripe card, such as a credit card or the like. An inter ...


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Steven R Kunert: Hand-held portable data terminal having removably interchangeable, washable, user-replaceable components with liquid-impervious seal. Intermec IP, Suiter & Associates PC, February 29, 2000: US06031524 (272 worldwide citation)

The present invention includes a user-replaceable components assembly which permits rapid and intuitively obvious replacement of components in devices such as portable electronic devices. An environmental seal is provided around the components to protect the inner circuitry of the electronic device. ...


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Robert M Paratore, Paul A Maltseff: RFID tag having timing and environment modules. Intermec Ip, O&apos Melveny & Myers, September 25, 2001: US06294997 (268 worldwide citation)

An RFID tag is provided with a timing module to measure elapsed time and an environment module to detect certain environmental conditions. The RFID tag includes a transmitter/receiver, memory module, antenna module, converter, and the timing and environment modules. In an embodiment of the invention ...


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Steven E Koenck: Method and apparatus for optically reading information. Intermec IP, Simmons Perrine Albright & Ellwood, January 27, 2004: US06681994 (262 worldwide citation)

A method and appartus for optically reading information is disclosed. The apparatus includes a photosensor, and a reading system capable of generating a decoded signal regardless of the orientation of the optical indicia relative to the photosensor. The method includes steps of positioning a user-su ...


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Steven B Schrader, Ronald L Mahany: Communication network having a dormant polling protocol. Intermec IP, Akin Gumo Strauss Haver & Feld, April 20, 1999: US05896561 (258 worldwide citation)

A base station utilizing a dormant polling protocol transmits polling sequences to a plurality of remote transceivers during periods of heavy loading. During periods of light loading, the base station stops polling and enters into a dormant state, listening for communication request from the remote ...


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Joseph J Kubler, Michael D Morris: Hierarchical data collection network supporting packetized voice communications among wireless terminals and telephones. Intermec IP, May 14, 2002: US06389010 (257 worldwide citation)

A packet-based, hierarchical communication system, arranged in a spanning tree configuration, is described in which wired and wireless communication networks exhibiting substantially different characteristics are employed in an overall scheme to link portable or mobile computing devices. The network ...


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William A Marty, Dean Jeffrey Bidwell, John S Bandringa, Bruce Morton: Mobile printer with optional battery accessory. Intermec IP, Additon Higgins Pendleton & Ashe P A, May 13, 2014: US08723904 (254 worldwide citation)

A mobile printer comprising a printer body and a printer door is provided. The printer body has a recessed area that is sized to receive a media roll. The media roll has a void interior portion that is sized to receive one or more batteries that provide power to the mobile printer. Further, the prin ...