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Francisco Martinez de Velasco Cortina, Manfred Rietzler: System and method for providing secure identification solutions. Neology, July 25, 2006: US07081819 (34 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a method and system for verifying and tracking identification information. In an embodiment of the invention, a system for delivering security solutions is provided that includes at least one of the following: a radio frequency (RF) identification device, an identifica ...


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Francisco Martinez de Velasco Cortina, Manfred Rietzler: Multi-frequency identification device. Neology, Baker & McKenzie, August 15, 2006: US07091860 (25 worldwide citation)

The present invention comprises a radio frequency identification device that utilizes multiple operating frequencies. In one embodiment of the present invention, one frequency (e.g., an ultra-high frequency such as 915 MHz, 800 MHz, 915 MHz, or microwave frequency such as 2.45 GHz) is used for data ...


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John Azevedo, Jeffrey Zhu, Eric Mikuteit, Jason Liu: Systems and methods for managing inventory of items held in a cabinet using radio frequency identification (RFID). Neology, Baker & McKenzie, April 14, 2009: US07518516 (20 worldwide citation)

A RFID cabinet comprises a cabinet structure and one or more drawers or shelves. Chambers are formed within the cabinet to house the one or more drawers or shelves. An RFID scanner is configured to scan items tagged with RFID tags in the chambers via one or more antennas. The antennas can include tr ...


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Francisco Martinez de Velasco Cortina, Manfred Rietzler: System and method for providing secure identification solutions. Neology, Procopio Cory Hargreaves & Savitch, Noel C Gillespie, March 2, 2010: US07671746 (16 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a method and system for verifying and tracking identification information. In an embodiment of the invention, a system for delivering security solutions is provided that includes at least one of the following: a radio frequency (RF) identification device, an identifica ...


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Manfred Rietzler, Francisco Martinez de Velasco Cortina: Selective metal removal process for metallized retro-reflective and holographic films and radio frequency devices made therewith. Neology, Baker & McKenzie, April 25, 2006: US07034688 (15 worldwide citation)

A method for selectively removing metal from a metallized substrate (e.g., a metallized polymer film) and the formation fo 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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James Robert Kruest, Gary Bann: Systems and methods for stirring electromagnetic fields and interrogating stationary RFID tags. Neology, Procopio Cory Hargreaves & Savitch, Noel C Gillespie, February 8, 2011: US07884725 (10 worldwide citation)

RFID tags are used for many purpose including tracking. RFID interrogators are used to retrieve information from tags. In many applications, RFID interrogators and RFID tags remain stationary during interrogation. Regions of low energy due to interference from either additional antenna or reflection ...


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Francisco Martinez De Velasco Cortina, Manfred Rietzler: Selective metal removal process for metallized retro-reflective and holographic films and radio frequency devices made therewith. Neology, Baker & McKenzie, December 9, 2008: US07463154 (8 worldwide citation)

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


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Paul Elizondo, John Azevedo: Systems and methods for breakaway RFID tags. Neology, Procopio Cory Hargreaves & Savitch, Noel C Gillespie, May 15, 2012: US08179265 (8 worldwide citation)

A breakaway RFID tag is configured such that it comprises part of a Printed Circuit Board Assembly (PCB). Thus, the breakaway RFID tag can be used to track the PCB as it migrates through a manufacturing process. In one embodiment, the RFID tag can be assembled first and then used to track the PCB as ...


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Paul Elizondo, John Azevedo: Systems and methods for breakaway RFID tags. Neology, Procopio Cory Hargreaves & Savitch, Noel C Gillespie, December 17, 2013: US08610580 (8 worldwide citation)

A breakaway RFID tag is configured such that it includes part of a Printed Circuit Board Assembly (PCB). Thus, the breakaway RFID tag can be used to track the PCB as it migrates through a manufacturing process. In one embodiment, the RFID tag can be assembled first and then used to track the PCB as ...


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John Azevedo, Rodolfo Monsalvo, Jun Liu: Systems and methods for interrogator multiple radio frequency identification enabled documents. Neology, Procopio Cory Hargreaves & Savitch, Noel C Gillespie, January 17, 2012: US08098134 (8 worldwide citation)

A multi-document read-write station provides the ability to read/write to a stack of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tags within a small area. Specifically, the station provides the ability to read from and write to a tall stack of RFID tagged sheets with the RFID tags stacked one on top of th ...



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