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Arthur G Esch, Edward A Singer: Video information delivery method and apparatus. David B Newman Jr & Associates, March 24, 1992: US05099319 (306 worldwide citation)

An apparatus having a central site and a remote site for customizing advertising for television using a video signal comprising a communications channel, studio processor, scheduling processor, network processor, transmittor, communications processor, video processor, a matrix switch, cue processor, ...


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Andrew Pickholtz: Software protection method and apparatus. Telecommunications Associates, David B Newman Jr, June 3, 1986: US04593353 (230 worldwide citation)

In a method of and apparatus for limiting program execution to only an authorized data processing system, a proprietary program, together with first and second authorization codes, is stored on a magnetic disc or other storage medium. The first and second authorization codes are read. A hardware mod ...


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H Britton Sanderford Jr, Robert E Rouquette, James D Arthur: Radio position determination method and apparatus. Axonn Corporation, David B Newman Jr, January 17, 1989: US04799062 (227 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for radio position determination is provided including an unknown position transmitter for transmitting a radio wave having compensation for multipath, a plurality of base repeaters having a synchronized pulse for time reference, for receiving the radio wave emitted by the unk ...


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James R Stubbs, Thomas R Terry: Home video system. David B Newman Jr & Associates, May 14, 1991: US05016272 (226 worldwide citation)

A home video system comprising a headend system, a transmission channel, a trap, a converter, descrambling equipment, receiving equipment, and requesting equipment. The headend equipment includes program equipment, interface equipment, protection equipment, scrambling equipment, and processor equipm ...


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Paul H Swett: Fast lane credit card. David B Newman Jr, March 31, 1992: US05101200 (191 worldwide citation)

A toll paying system for use with a vehicle passing through a fast lane, having a toll booth. The toll paying system comprises detection means, class determining means, a wallboard, and a vehicle having both a first processor and a transmitter; a toll booth having antenna means, a receiver, a second ...


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Dennis F Johnson, Michael Wiebe: Radio communication network for remote data generating stations. Iris Systems, David B Newman Jr & Associates, October 8, 1991: US05056107 (190 worldwide citation)

A radio communications network for transmitting data from a plurality of remote stations to a central station is provided. This system is particularly proposed for automatic meter reading systems in which the remote stations are located at utility meters. The system includes an array of receiving st ...


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Donald L Schilling: Adaptive power control for a spread spectrum transmitter. SCS Mobilecom, David B Newman Jr & Associates, March 3, 1992: US05093840 (160 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for adaptive-power control of a spread-spectrum transmitter of a mobile station operating in a cellular-communications network using spread-spectrum modulation. A base station transmits a generic spread-spectrum signal and an APC-data signal. A mobile station has an acquisition circuit ...


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Robert C Dixon, Jeffrey S Vanderpool: Spread spectrum correlator. Omnipoint Data Corporation, David B Newman Jr, June 4, 1991: US05022047 (144 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for decoding a received spread spectrum signal having a data signal modulated with a pseudo-noise code and transmitted as an RF spread spectrum signal. A first reference register holds a first pseudo-noise signal, a second reference register holds a second pseudo-noise signal, and a rec ...


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Donald L Schilling, David Manela: Schilling-Manela forward error correction and detection code method and apparatus. SCS Telecom, David B Newman Jr & Associates, January 3, 1989: US04796260 (118 worldwide citation)

A Schilling-Manela encoding method is provided comprising the steps of storing a block of a data-bit sequence in a memory, calculating parity-check symbols from parity-line symbols having p-bits per symbol along parity lines, and setting the parity-check symbols equal to the modulo-2.sup.p sum of th ...


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James D Arthur, H Britton Sanderford Jr, Robert E Rouquette: Wireless alarm system. Axonn Corporation, David B Newman Jr & Associates, December 11, 1990: US04977577 (115 worldwide citation)

A wireless alarm system using spread spectrum transmitters, fast frequency shift keying, spread spectrum receivers and computer with a display. The spread spectrum transmitter includes an oscillator coupled to a microprocessor with chip code generation means, preamble register, address register and ...