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Kevin M McGuire, Rush Taggart: Token-based payment processing system. Princeton Payment Solutions, Mendelsohn Drucker & Dunleavy P C, Kevin M Drucker Esquire, November 12, 2013: US08584251 (52 worldwide citation)

A data-processing system, such as a payment processing system, including a tokenizer, such as a card encryption and storage system (CES) employing a tokenization feature. In one embodiment, the present invention provides a first-computer-implemented method for preventing the transmission of confiden ...


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Wan Y Shih, Wei Heng Shih, Zuyan Shen, Qing Zhu: Piezoelectric microcantilevers and uses in atomic force microscopy. Drexel University, Mendelsohn Drucker & Dunleavy P C, October 14, 2014: US08857248 (8 worldwide citation)

The invention is direct to a piezoelectric microcantilever for static contact and dynamic noncontact atomic force microscopy which may be carried out in solution. The piezoelectric microcantilever, which includes a piezoelectric layer and a non-piezoelectric layer is capable of self actuation and de ...


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Rafael Carmon, Simon Issakov: MAC-HS processing in an HSDPA-compatible receiver in a 3G wireless network. Agere Systems, Mendelsohn Drucker & Dunleavy P C, Edward J Meisarosh, Steve Mendelsohn, February 25, 2014: US08660145 (7 worldwide citation)

In one embodiment, a method for processing a series of MAC-hs protocol data units (PDUs) in an HSDPA-compatible (high-speed downlink packet access) receiver in a 3G wireless communication network, the method including: (a) receiving a MAC-hs PDU having: (i) a queue identification (QID), (ii) a trans ...


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Abhishek Duggal: Bootstrap switch circuit with over-voltage prevention. LSI Corporation, Mendelsohn Drucker & Dunleavy P C, Steve Mendelsohn, September 3, 2013: US08525574 (7 worldwide citation)

In one embodiment, a bootstrap switch circuit has (i) a switch device that selectively provides a input signal as an output signal and bootstrap circuitry that provides a relatively high-voltage control signal to the gate of the switch device to turn on the switch device while preventing any over-vo ...


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Eduard Papa, Vladimir Nestoyanov: Physical health application and method for implementation. Mendelsohn Drucker & Dunleavy P C, December 8, 2015: US09207830 (7 worldwide citation)

A physical health application is accessible via a computer network. The application has a dynamic user interface with an interactive chart. The interactive chart displays a physical parameter over time. The interactive chart is adapted to set a physical progress goals.


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Frampton E Ellis: Footwear devices with an outer bladder and a foamed plastic internal structure separated by an internal flexibility sipe. Mendelsohn Drucker & Dunleavy P C, October 22, 2013: US08561323 (5 worldwide citation)

A footwear or orthotic sole including an outer sole and a footwear or orthotic device that includes a bladder having an uppermost surface being curved concavely relative to an intended wearer's foot location and interconnected internal structure formed by a foamed plastic, a plastic composite and/or ...


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Jack Zylkin: Die for use in game play. Mendelsohn Drucker & Dunleavy P C, October 13, 2015: US09155958 (5 worldwide citation)

A die having at least two variable qualities that convey information for use in game play, wherein the variable qualities randomly change independently of one another upon rolling the die. Therefore, multiple independent random outcomes are produced each roll of the die. Preferably, at least one of ...


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Nils Graef: Low-latency decoder. Agere Systems, Mendelsohn Drucker & Dunleavy P C, Craig M Brown, Steve Mendelsohn, November 5, 2013: US08578256 (5 worldwide citation)

In one embodiment, a signal-processing receiver has an upstream processor and a low-density parity-check (LDPC) decoder for decoding LDPC-encoded codewords. The upstream processor generates a soft-output value for each bit of the received codewords. The LDPC decoder is implemented to process the sof ...


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Frampton E Ellis: Footwear sole structures controlled by a web-based cloud computer system using a smartphone device. Mendelsohn Drucker & Dunleavy P C, August 4, 2015: US09100495 (4 worldwide citation)

A computer system comprising a Web site and/or a cloud array of computers wherein the system is configured to have a connection to a smartphone or other mobile computer device and the system is configured to use the device to control a configuration of computer-controlled footwear structural element ...


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Frampton E Ellis: Configurable footwear sole structures controlled by a smartphone app algorithm using sensors in the smartphone and the soles. Mendelsohn Drucker & Dunleavy P C, June 23, 2015: US09063529 (4 worldwide citation)

A smartphone or other mobile computer app that causes a smartphone or another mobile computer device to actively control a configuration of footwear structural elements located in both footwear of a device user. Sensors are located in both footwear soles and in the device of the user. The footwear s ...



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