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W Robert Carnes Jr, Lester L Selnick, John Balogh Jr: Method and apparatus for sorting currency. Pitney Bowes, William D Soltow Jr, Albert W Scribner, Robert S Salzman, August 24, 1976: US03976198 (180 worldwide citation)

A method of currency examination is provided by transporting a bill through an examination station, projecting a beam of light at the bill as the bill is transported through the station, sensing and integrating light transmissivity of the bill over a principle portion of the area of a bill during tr ...


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Frank T Check Jr: Computer accessing system. Pitney Bowes, David E Pitchenik, William D Soltow Jr, Albert W Scribner, January 12, 1982: US04310720 (179 worldwide citation)

A communications link between a computer and a remote user is effected by a portable access unit which generates a nonrecurring access code which is a function of a password and a pseudorandomly generated number. The access code is transmitted and compared with an access code generated by a computer ...


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Donald T Dolan, Henry Stalzer: Control of a light emitting diode array. Pitney Bowes, Peter Vrahotes, Albert W Scribner, William D Soltow Jr, June 19, 1984: US04455562 (170 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to circuitry for non-impact printers that use light emitting diodes (LED's) to produce an image on a photoconductor and for controlling the output of each LED of a light emitting diode array that is part of the printer. A binary weighted duty cycle control is used to obtain su ...


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Frank T Check Jr, Alton B Eckert Jr, Joseph R Warren: Microcomputerized electronic postage meter system. Pitney Bowes, William D Soltow Jr, Albert W Scribner, Robert S Salzman, August 31, 1976: US03978457 (165 worldwide citation)

An advanced electronic postage meter system is described, which is built around a micro computer set. The micro computer set is of LSI design, and comprises a single chip central processor unit (CPU) which performs all control and data processing functions. Auxiliary to the CPU are ROM's which store ...


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Alton B Eckert Jr, Howell A Jones Jr, Frank T Check Jr: Remote postage meter charging system using an advanced microcomputerized postage meter. Pitney Bowes, Robert S Salzman, William D Soltow Jr, Albert W Scribner, June 27, 1978: US04097923 (164 worldwide citation)

A remote postage meter charging system using a third generation electronic postage meter. Like one of its predecessors, the present postage meter of this inventive system is built around a microcomputer set. This advanced computerized meter comprises a working memory which contains seed numbers for ...


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John I Clark: System having a character generator for printing encrypted messages. Pitney Bowes, David E Pitchenik, Albert W Scribner, William D Soltow Jr, January 13, 1987: US04637051 (159 worldwide citation)

A system for the metering of encrypted postage and similar indicia includes a device for printing such indicia and a device for reading such indicia. The printing is accomplished with a dot matrix printer driven by signals obtained from a character generator and an encryption circuit. The reading is ...


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Ronald L Rivest: Data center for remote postage meter recharging system having physically secure encrypting apparatus and employing encrypted seed number signals. Pitney Bowes, David E Pitchenik, Mr W D Soltow Jr, Albert W Scribner, March 8, 1983: US04376299 (126 worldwide citation)

A data center for remote postage meter recharging receives resetting signal information to reset a remotely located postage meter. The remotely located postage meter has signal information stored therein for use in recharging the meter with additional postage in conjunction with a signal information ...


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Edward C Duwel, Howell A Jones Jr: Remote postage meter systems having variable user authorization code. Pitney Bowes, David E Pitchenik, William D Soltow Jr, Albert W Scribner, May 8, 1984: US04447890 (124 worldwide citation)

A postage meter for use in a remote meter resetting system has data entered by a user of a selected, variable amount of postage in preparation for funding the postage meter with that amount. A unique combination is generated by the meter which varies as they function of signals generated within the ...


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John I Clark, Daniel F Dlugos: System for printing encrypted messages with a character generator and bar-code representation. Pitney Bowes, David E Pitchenik, Albert W Scribner, William D Soltow Jr, February 3, 1987: US04641347 (124 worldwide citation)

A system for the metering of encrypted postage and similar indicia includes a device for printing such indicia and a device for reading such indicia. The printing is accomplished with a dot matrix printer and a bar-code printer driven by signals obtained by a character generator and an encryption ci ...


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John H Soderberg, Alton B Eckert, Robert B McFiggans: Electronic postage meter having plural computing systems. Pitney Bowes, David E Pitchenik, William D Soltow Jr, Albert W Scribner, November 17, 1981: US04301507 (123 worldwide citation)

An electronic postal meter has a control unit, an accounting unit and a printing unit, each incorporating a CPU having a separate crystal controlled clock. Communication between the units is serial character asynchronous, bit synchronous, in message form, with the bits of the messages being timed in ...