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David B Fallin, John J Clark, Scott A Tribbey, Robert Kevin Lynch: Integrated electronic article surveillance (EAS) and point of sale (POS) system and method. Sensormatic Electronics Corporation, Alan M Weisberg, Christopher & Weisberg P A, June 17, 2008: US07388495 (43 worldwide citation)

A system and method for integrating point of sale (POS) data with electronic article surveillance (EAS) data, comprising a general-purpose computer for receiving and processing POS and EAS data is disclosed. The system and method preferable comprise reporting analyzed and collated data to a user.


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Richard L Copeland, Stewart E Hall, William M Farrell: Core antenna for EAS and RFID applications. Sensormatic Electronics Corporation, Alan M Weisberg, Christopher & Weisberg P A, January 8, 2008: US07317426 (37 worldwide citation)

A core antenna system for use in electronic article surveillance (EAS) and radio frequency identification (RFID) systems. The core antenna system may include a core antenna. The core antenna may include a core, a first resonant winding disposed around at least a portion of the core, the first resona ...


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Kevin Romer, Harry Watkins: Alarm investigation using RFID. Sensormatic Electronics Corporation, Alan M Weisberg, Christopher & Weisberg P A, December 4, 2007: US07304574 (36 worldwide citation)

A method according to one embodiment may include detecting an activated electronic article surveillance (EAS) tag in an interrogation zone, and reading at least one radio frequency identification (RFID) tag in response to the detecting of the activated EAS tag in the interrogation zone to investigat ...


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Richard L Copeland, Gary Mark Shafer: Antenna for a combination EAS/RFID tag with a detacher. Sensormatic Electronics, Alan M Weisberg, Christopher & Weisberg P A, April 6, 2010: US07692543 (34 worldwide citation)

A security device detaches a combination electronic article surveillance (EAS) and radio frequency identification (RFID) tag (EAS/RFID tag), and includes a detacher (magnet) to selectively disengage a clutch release disposed in a first portion of the combination EAS/RFID tag, a near field antenna co ...


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Richard L Copeland, Eddie H Keith: Nanocrystalline core antenna for EAS and RFID applications. Sensormatic Electronics Corporation, Alan M Weisberg, Christopher & Weisberg P A, December 26, 2006: US07154447 (32 worldwide citation)

A nanocrystalline core antenna for use in electronic article surveillance (EAS) and radio frequency identification (RFID) systems. The nanocrystalline antenna is constructed from nanocrystalline material and exhibits improved detection range in EAS and RFID systems compared to conventional antenna c ...


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Richard L Copeland: Combination EAS and RFID label or tag with controllable read range using a hybrid RFID antenna. Sensormatic Electronics, Alan M Weisberg, Christopher & Weisberg P A, October 12, 2010: US07812729 (23 worldwide citation)

A security tag includes an EAS component having a defined surface area, and an RFID component having a defined surface area. The EAS component surface area is configured to at least partially overlap the RFID component surface area. The RFID component includes an antenna which at least partially ove ...


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Richard L Copeland: Combination EAS and RFID label or tag using a hybrid RFID antenna. Sensormatic Electronics, Alan M Weisberg, Christopher & Weisberg P A, September 28, 2010: US07804411 (13 worldwide citation)

A security tag includes an EAS component having a defined surface area, and an RFID component having a defined surface area. The EAS component surface area is configured to at least partially overlap the RFID component surface area. The RFID component includes an antenna which at least partially ove ...


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Richard L Copeland: Combination EAS and RFID label or tag with controllable read range. Sensormatic Electronics, Alan M Weisberg, Christopher & Weisberg P A, September 28, 2010: US07804407 (9 worldwide citation)

A security tag includes an EAS component having a defined surface area, and an RFID component having a defined surface area. The EAS component surface area is configured to at least partially overlap the RFID component surface area. The RFID component includes an antenna which at least partially ove ...


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Richard L Copeland: Combination EAS and RFID label or tag. Sensormatic Electronics, Alan M Weisberg, Christopher & Weisberg P A, September 28, 2010: US07804410 (8 worldwide citation)

A security tag includes an EAS component having a defined surface area, and an RFID component having a defined surface area. The EAS component surface area is configured to at least partially overlap the RFID component surface area. The RFID component includes an antenna which at least partially ove ...


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Richard L Copeland: Detacher system and method having an RFID antenna for a combination EAS and RFID tag. Sensomatic Electronics, Alan M Weisberg, Christopher & Weisberg P A, July 5, 2011: US07973661 (7 worldwide citation)

A detacher unit for disengaging a combination EAS/RFID tag from its article. The detaching unit detaches the spring clamp mechanism of a combination EAS/RFID tag when the tag is placed within a particular region within the detaching unit. A near field magnetic loop antenna is situated within the pla ...