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Jay Werb, Colin Lanzl, Kenelm McKinney: Article tracking system. PinPoint Corporation, Hutchins Wheeler & Dittmar, November 21, 2000: US06150921 (315 worldwide citation)

System for tracking mobile tags. Cell controllers with multiple antenna modules generate a carrier signal which is received by the tags. Tags shift the frequency of the carrier signal, modulate an identification code onto it, and transmit the resulting tag signal at randomized intervals. The antenna ...


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Joseph L Mardesich, Richard J Stevens: Transducer system for trolling motor. Pinpoint Corporation, Claude Hamrick, Emil C Chang, June 11, 1996: US05525081 (33 worldwide citation)

A trolling motor system and method for controlling the trolling motor, including a microcontroller, a plurality of transducers, a steering motor, and an outboard motor. The user is allowed to input commands via a keypad and the selected mode of operation is displayed via an LCD screen. The microcont ...


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Werb Jay: Method and apparatus for mobile tag reading. Pinpoint Corporation, PRITZKER Randy J, January 25, 2001: WO/2001/006401 (6 worldwide citation)

A mobile tag reader (3) and method for tracking tags (2) for an inventory control and/or security of distributed assets. Radio frequency identification (RFID) tags (2) may be attached to stationary or moveable assets and communicate with one RFID tag readers (3, 11). The communication may provide in ...


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Werb Jay, Underriner Kevin, Long Martin: An asset and personnel tagging system utilizing gps. Pinpoint Corporation, PRITZKER Randy J, November 16, 2000: WO/2000/068907 (4 worldwide citation)

A system for tracking objects outdoors. Tags (202) attached to objects such as trailers include GPS receivers (203). Tags transmit uncorrected position and satellite data to a base station (205), where differential corrections are applied, providing 2-5 meter accuracy of the position of the tag and ...


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Colin Lanzl, Kenelm Mckinney, Jay Werb: Article tracking system. Pinpoint Corporation, han hong, October 27, 1999: CN97198804

System for tracking mobile tags. Cell controllers with multiple antenna modules generate a carrier signal which is received by the tags. Tags shift the frequency of the carrier signal, modulate an identification code onto it, and transmit the resulting tag signal at randomized intervals. The antenna ...


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Goldinger James, Lanzl Colin, Werb Jay: Method and apparatus combining a tracking system and a wireless communication system. Pinpoint Corporation, ANASTASI John N, September 8, 2000: WO/2000/052498

System for tracking mobile tags. Cell controllers with multiple antenna modules generate a carrier signal which is received by the tags. Tags shift the frequency of the carrier signal, modulate an identification code onto it, and transmit the resulting tag signal at randomized intervals. The antenna ...


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Werb Jay, Lanzl Colin: Method and apparatus for low cost asset location. Pinpoint Corporation, PRITZKER Randy J, April 26, 2001: WO/2001/029574

A method and apparatus to communicate with tags in an asset location system using transmitter/receiver equipment that may be used to also transmit and receive wireless communications to and from devices other than tags, such as communication devices in a wireless Local Area Network (LAN).


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Lanzl Colin, Mckinney Kenelm, Werb Jay: Article tracking system. Pinpoint Corporation, Lanzl Colin, Mckinney Kenelm, Werb Jay, MUIRHEAD Donald W, April 23, 1998: WO/1998/016849

System for tracking mobile tags. Cell controllers with multiple antenna modules generate a carrier signal which is received by the tags. Tags shift the frequency of the carrier signal, modulate an identification code onto it, and transmit the resulting tag signal at randomized intervals. The antenna ...


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Underriner Kevin, Johnson Charles L, Levy Samuel: Method and apparatus for transmitting data in a tracking system. Pinpoint Corporation, ANASTASI John N, March 2, 2000: WO/2000/011590

System for tracking mobile tags. Cell controllers with multiple antenna modules generate a carrier signal which is received by the tags. Tags shift the frequency of the carrier signal, modulate an identification code onto it, and transmit the resulting tag signal at randomized intervals. The antenna ...