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Jeffry Jovan Philyaw: Method and apparatus for configuring configurable equipment with configuration information received from a remote location. L V Partners, Howison & Arnott L, April 20, 2004: US06725260 (175 worldwide citation)

An architecture for automatically configuring equipment. A piece of equipment connected externally to a user PC has one or more machine-resolvable codes (MRCs) associated therewith. The piece of equipment receives configuration information from a remote location disposed on the network in response t ...


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Jeffry Jovan Philyaw, David Kent Mathews: Method and apparatus for accessing a remote location by scanning an optical code. Digital Convergence Corporation, Howison & Arnott L, June 1, 2004: US06745234 (161 worldwide citation)

A method for controlling a computer is disclosed wherein one or more remote locations disposed on a network are accessed in response to scanning an optical code. A first computer disposed on the network connects to a scanner for scanning the optical code of a product by a user. The scanner is unique ...


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Jeffry Jovan Philyaw: Automatic configuration of equipment software. L V Partners, Howison & Arnott L, March 9, 2004: US06704864 (143 worldwide citation)

An architecture for automatically configuring software of a piece of equipment. The piece of equipment is in communication with a network, the piece of equipment having one or more machine-resolvable codes associated therewith. The piece of equipment connects to a remote location disposed on the net ...


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Keith Johnston, Eric White, John Martin: System and method for double-capture/double-redirect to a different location. RPX Corporation, Howison & Arnott L, January 15, 2013: US08356336 (132 worldwide citation)

Embodiments disclosed herein provide a system, method, and computer program product for providing network access control for a shared network. One embodiment of a network access controller may intercept a request to access a network resource from a browser application running on a client device asso ...


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Shea Petricek: Buck boost function based on a capacitor bootstrap input buck converter. Intersil Americas, Howison & Arnott, August 16, 2011: US08000117 (131 worldwide citation)

A buck boost voltage converter circuit has a capacitor pump circuit for boosting an input voltage in a first mode of operation when an input voltage is below a desired voltage level. A buck converter circuit provides the output voltage responsive to the boosted input voltage from the capacitor pump ...


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Jeffry Jovan Philyaw: Method and apparatus for accessing a remote location by sensing a machine-resolvable code. L V Partners, Howison & Arnott, March 2, 2004: US06701369 (126 worldwide citation)

A method for controlling a computer wherein one or more remote locations disposed on a network are accessed in response to sensing a machine-resolvable code. A computer disposed on a network is operably connected to an input device for sensing a machine-resolvable code. A software application which ...


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Michael F Malone, Frederick J Murphy: Forensic communication apparatus and method. Myport Technologies, Howison & Arnott L, February 7, 2006: US06996251 (122 worldwide citation)

Forensic communication apparatus and method. An apparatus is disclosed for recording image or other data in real time. The apparatus includes a capture device for capturing the image or other information. Once captured, a local verification device is operable to indelibly mark the captured image or ...


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Jeffry Jovan Philyaw: Method for conducting a contest using a network. LV Partners, Gregory M Howison, Howison & Arnott, October 21, 2003: US06636892 (110 worldwide citation)

A method for conducting a contest using a network is provided. A plurality of pick spaces and a rolling counter are displayed on a screen of a computer operably connected to the network at a user site. The rolling counter constitutes successive ones of a plurality of available characters, each chara ...


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Jeffry Jovan Philyaw: Method for configuring a piece of equipment with the use of an associated machine resolvable code. L V Partners, Howison & Arnott L, September 14, 2004: US06792452 (98 worldwide citation)

An architecture for automatically configuring equipment interfaced to a computer. A computer which is in communication with a network, is provided having the piece of equipment interfaced to the computer and having associated therewith one or more machine-resolvable codes (MRCs). The computer connec ...