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Nyalamadugu Sheshidher, Liu Jun, Martinez de Velasco Cortina Francisco: Methods and apparatus for preserving privacy in an rfid system. Neology, Nyalamadugu Sheshidher, Liu Jun, Martinez de Velasco Cortina Francisco, GILLESPIE Noel C, August 13, 2009: WO/2009/100005 (2 worldwide citation)

A card comprises an antenna configured to generate and receive radio frequency signals, a chip coupled with the antenna, the chip configured to store sensitive information and communicate the information to an authorized reader via the antenna, and a switching mechanism configured to tune and detune ...


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Cortina Francisco Martinez de Velasco: Radio frequency identification device formed in a non-metallized region with an antenna connected to an outside metallized region, and method of manufacturing. Bnc Ip Switzerland, Cortina Francisco Martinez de Velasco, Midgley Jonathan Lee, June 10, 2004: WO/2004/047906

The present invention provides systems and methods for transmitting and receiving information from a radio frequency (RF) transponder. A conductive adhesive (210) connects an antenna (205) in a non-metallized region (215) to a metallized region (220). This feature transforms the entire metallized re ...


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Martinez de Velasco, Cortina Francisco, Rietzler Manfred: Selective metal removal process for metallized retro-reflective and holographic films and radio frequency devices made therewith. Bnc Ip Switzerland, Martinez de Velasco, Cortina Francisco, Rietzler Manfred, November 7, 2002: WO/2002/089338

A method for selectively removing metal from a metallized substrate (e.g., a metallized polymer film) and the formation of devices thereby are provided. The method involves selectively exposing the metallized surface to a demetallizing (i.e., an oxidizing) chemical solution. The metallized layer can ...


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Martinez de Velasco, Cortina Francisco, Martinez de, Velasco Enrique, Mikuteit Eric, Lui Jun: Systems and methods for secure locking mechanisms. Neology, Martinez de Velasco, Cortina Francisco, Martinez de, Velasco Enrique, Mikuteit Eric, Lui Jun, GILLESPIE Noel C, February 1, 2007: WO/2007/014151

A locking system can include an RFID lock that can include a shackle and a body that can, for example, be steel, or other materials commonly used to produce locks, such as metal alloys, etc. The shackle can be pressed into the body and locked into place by an electronic piston. When the RFID lock is ...


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Kruest James, Martinez de Velasco, Cortina Francisco: Systems and methods for tracking containers. Neology, Kruest James, Martinez de Velasco, Cortina Francisco, GILLESPIE Noel C, May 18, 2006: WO/2006/053058

RFID tags can be deployed in such a manner as to deter, or even prevent loss of inventory. For example, by associating an RFID tag with each container of a certain alcoholic beverage, pharmaceutical, etc. each container can be tracked for a variety of purposes over the life of the container; includi ...