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Shashi B Kapur: Centralized lottery system for remote monitoring or operations and status data from lottery terminals including detection of malfunction and counterfeit units. Telecredit, Nilsson Robbins Dalgarn Berliner Carson & Wurst, June 2, 1992: US05119295 (287 worldwide citation)

Remotely located lottery terminals, for operation by purchasers of lottery tickets, are adapted to be coupled by telephone to each other and to a central host computer as for verification of tickets by storing backup lottery data. Individual terminals are self-sufficient to approve ticket sales, iss ...


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Shashi B Kapur: Card-activated point-of-sale lottery terminal. Telecredit, Nilsson Wurst & Green, June 29, 1993: US05223698 (233 worldwide citation)

A lottery ticket sales system serves a multiplicity of facilities, each having a plurality of point-of-sale locations. Sales are expedited by cards customized for individual customers only with desired wager data in machine-readable form to identify repeated purchases. Terminals at point-of-sale loc ...


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Robert N Goldman: Credit verification system. Telecredit, Nilsson Robbins Dalgarn & Berliner, September 21, 1976: US03982103 (35 worldwide citation)

A credit verification system is disclosed including remote terminals and a central unit, for use with identification cards carrying a changeable recording medium. On presentation, cards are sensed to provide signals indicative of identification with (1) an aggregate amount of all value transactions ...


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Goldman Robert N: Credit verification system. Telecredit, Nilsson Robbins Bissell Dalgarn & Berliner, June 24, 1975: US3891830 (16 worldwide citation)

A credit verification system for use with identification cards carrying a changeable recording medium is disclosed. On presentation, cards are sensed to provide signals indicative of identification and an aggregate amount of all value transactions supported by the card during a period (month) when t ...


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Goldman Robert N: Identification card control system. Telecredit, October 5, 1971: US3610889 (15 worldwide citation)

A system is disclosed for use with credit cards which carry a magnetic recording medium and utilizes time or discrete use intervals to regulate the use of a card. A register for indicating a time, e.g., month and day, is associated with structure for providing electrical reference signal indicative ...


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Daniel Norwich: Coordinated multiple telephone station system. Telecredit, Nilsson Robbins Dalgarn Berliner Carson & Wurst, December 22, 1987: US04715061 (15 worldwide citation)

A system incorporating a cluster of several telephone stations or terminals to interface with one or more frequently called remote data stations for economy of dial-up connection in accommodating communication with multiple terminals of the cluster during a single call to a remote station. With a ca ...


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Srirangam Rangan: Telephone terminal incorporating speech synthesizer for enhanced communication. Telecredit, Nilsson Wurst & Green, August 24, 1993: US05239573 (10 worldwide citation)

In conjunction with elements of a single conventional telephone, a central processor isolates the telephone from the communications network facility to function with a voice synthesizer structure and a DTMF encoder/decoder apparatus and develop a data packet for inquiry from a terminal to a telephon ...


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Daniel Norwich: Coordinated multiple telephone station system. Telecredit, Nilsson Robbins Dalgarn Berliner Carson & Wurst, June 7, 1988: US04750199 (7 worldwide citation)

A system incorporating a cluster of several telephone stations or terminals to interface with one or more frequently called remote data stations for economy of dial-up connection in accommodating communication with multiple terminals of the cluster during a single call to a remote station. With a ca ...


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Norwich Daniel: Point-of-sale credit transaction system. Telecredit, April 17, 1973: US3728522 (7 worldwide citation)

A credit transaction system is disclosed for use with cards (carrying machine-readable identification of the user) and sales records (bearing a recording medium). The system receives a card along with a blank sales record for processing an anticipated sale or other transaction. The value of the tran ...


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Goldman Robert N: Information processing machine. Telecredit, June 1, 1971: US3582900 (3 worldwide citation)

An information processing machine is disclosed, specifically for providing information, e.g. status indications, for a large number of subjects. Electrical signals which are representative of various levels of status are registered in locations of a memory which is divided into two separate blocks. ...