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Joseph Frank Scalisi, Andrew Paul Thomas, Gregory Saul Harrison, Desiree Mejia: Doorbell communication systems and methods. SkyBell Technologies, July 15, 2014: US08780201 (167 worldwide citation)

Methods for using a doorbell that is configurable to wirelessly communicate with a remotely located computing device can include obtaining the doorbell that comprises a speaker, a microphone, and a camera. Methods can include entering a sleep mode in which the doorbell's wireless communication, the ...


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Joseph Frank Scalisi: Doorbell communication systems and methods. SkyBell Technologies, January 27, 2015: US08941736 (89 worldwide citation)

Doorbells can be used to detect visitors. A picture taken by the doorbell can be sent to a computing device. A user of the computing device can select areas within the picture. The doorbell can then detect visitors within the selected areas. Subsequent pictures from the doorbell can be analyzed acco ...


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Joseph Frank Scalisi, Desiree Mejia, Gregory Saul Harrison, Andrew Paul Thomas: Doorbell communication systems and methods. SkyBell Technologies, October 28, 2014: US08872915 (87 worldwide citation)

Methods can include using a doorbell to wirelessly communicate with a remotely located computing device. Doorbells can include a speaker, a microphone, a camera, and a button to sound a chime. A doorbell shipping mode can detect whether the doorbell is electrically coupled to an external power sourc ...


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Seton Paul Kasmir, Joseph Frank Scalisi, Gregory Saul Harrison, Desiree Mejia, Andrew Paul Thomas: Doorbell communication systems and methods. SkyBell Technologies, September 23, 2014: US08842180 (80 worldwide citation)

A method for using a doorbell system can include connecting a doorbell electrically to an electrical power supply of a building. In some embodiments, the method can include connecting the doorbell electrically to a sound output device located inside of the building and connecting the doorbell commun ...


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Joseph Frank Scalisi: Doorbell communication systems and methods. SkyBell Technologies, June 16, 2015: US09058738 (68 worldwide citation)

Doorbells can be configured to wirelessly communicate with a remotely located computing device. Some embodiments of the doorbell can be configured to enter a network connection mode. The network connection mode can include detecting a first wireless network having a name and a password. The network ...


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Joseph Frank Scalisi, Seton Paul Kasmir: Doorbell communication and electrical methods. SkyBell Technologies, January 20, 2015: US08937659 (65 worldwide citation)

A method for using a doorbell system can block a first electricity that is less than a first threshold from entering an electronic chime. By blocking the first electricity from entering the electronic chime, the electronic chime is not allowed to emit a notification sound. The method for using the d ...


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Joseph Frank Scalisi, Seton Paul Kasmir: Doorbell communication and electrical systems. SkyBell Technologies, February 10, 2015: US08953040 (62 worldwide citation)

A doorbell system can be used to block a first electricity that is less than a first threshold from entering an electronic chime. By blocking the first electricity from entering the electronic chime, the electronic chime is not allowed to emit a notification sound. The doorbell system can also be us ...


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Seton Paul Kasmir, Joseph Frank Scalisi, Gregory Saul Harrison, Desiree Mejia, Andrew Paul Thomas: Doorbell communication systems and methods. SkyBell Technologies, June 23, 2015: US09065987 (59 worldwide citation)

Methods can include using a doorbell to wirelessly communicate with a remotely located computing device. Doorbells can include a speaker, a microphone, a camera, and a button to sound a chime. Some embodiments include using a doorbell to close an electrical circuit that has a sound output device in ...


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Joseph Frank Scalisi: Doorbell communication systems and methods. SkyBell Technologies, April 21, 2015: US09013575 (57 worldwide citation)

Doorbells can be used to detect visitors. Doorbells can have a field of view that includes a first portion and a second portion. Some embodiments include using a doorbell to detect a first object within the first portion of the field of view, and then determining if a doorbell button is pressed. If ...


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Joseph Frank Scalisi: Doorbell security and safety. SkyBell Technologies, June 16, 2015: US09060103 (56 worldwide citation)

Tampering with doorbells can lead to injury and doorbell theft. Methods and systems can discourage doorbell tampering by emitting an alert when a doorbell detects tampering. In some embodiments, a doorbell includes a system to detect movement of the outer housing of the doorbell. In several embodime ...