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Dan Schlager, William B Baringer: Self-locating remote monitoring systems. Robert Buckley, July 22, 1997: US05650770 (292 worldwide citation)

A personal alarm system includes a monitoring base station and one or more remote sensing units in two-way radio communication. An electronic handshake between the base station and each remote unit is used to assure system reliability. The remote units transmit at selectable power levels. In the abs ...


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Dan Schlager, William B Baringer: Self-locating remote monitoring systems. Zoltar Satellite Alarm Systems, Robert Buckley, October 5, 1999: US05963130 (224 worldwide citation)

A self-locating remote monitoring system (750) includes a supervising base station (754) and one or more remote monitoring units (752). A remote unit (752) includes a navigational receiver (756) operating with an existing navigational system for providing a remote unit location (759) and includes a ...


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Dan Schlager, William B Baringer: Multi-hazard alarm system using selectable power-level transmission and localization. Robert Buckley, October 24, 1995: US05461365 (199 worldwide citation)

A personal alarm system includes a monitoring base station and one or more remote sensing units in two-way radio communication. An electronic handshake between the base station and each remote unit is used to assure system reliability. The remote units transmit at selectable power levels. In the abs ...


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Ronald Jason Barber, Edwin Joseph Selker: Sleep mode transition between processors sharing an instruction set and an address space. International Business Machines, Robert Buckley, May 29, 2001: US06240521 (75 worldwide citation)

An information processing system includes at least two processors sharing a common instruction set and address space. One processor at a time is active and executes program instructions. The active processor is placed into a sleep mode in which a current machine state is saved in the shared address ...


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Edwin Joseph Selker: Next/current/last ticker graphical presentation method. International Business Machines Corporation, Robert Buckley, January 30, 2001: US06182098 (62 worldwide citation)

A method for displaying a group of headlines from a headline stream across the bottom of a computer graphical user interface display provides a solid polygon shaped display which displays a headline, its immediate predecessor and its immediate successor on adjacent polygon faces. At predetermined in ...


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Robert Carl Barrett, Paul Philip Maglio, George Milton Underwood IV: User-centered push methods and system. International Business Machines Corporation, Robert Buckley, Daniel E Johnson, December 3, 2002: US06490584 (60 worldwide citation)

A user-centered push system monitors user activity to build a dynamic model representing probable user interests. The model is used to drive a search for information relevant to these interests. Such information, when located, is pushed to the user. In a specific embodiment, the information is scrol ...


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Dan Schlager, William B Baringer: Voice-activated personal alarm. Robert Buckley, February 11, 2003: US06518889 (50 worldwide citation)

A voice-activated personal alarm includes a satellite global positioning receiver, a specific danger sensor, a voice activation circuit, and a radio transmitter. In a specific embodiment, the satellite global positioning receiver relies upon the U.S. Global Positioning System (“GPS”). In another spe ...


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Pramode N Ullal, Frederick F Kazmierczak: Ski and pole carrier. Robert Buckley, January 8, 1991: US04982883 (34 worldwide citation)

A fanny-pack with a shoulder harness allowing a skier to securely, comfortably, and with hands free, carry and transport, to and from ski lifts, skis, poles, and ski accessories. The basic ski carrier comprises a carrier worn around the waist and below the small of the back in combination with a sho ...


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Imran Sharif, Noor A Kadir, Glen Edward Ivey, Noman Waseq, William Knapp, John Bremsteller: System and method for internet appliance data entry and navigation. Robert Buckley, July 17, 2007: US07245291 (31 worldwide citation)

A system for Internet appliance data entry and navigation includes a reduced keyset remote control unit transmitting a user input keystroke sequence. An Internet appliance receives and parses the keystroke sequence, placing the parsed data into an input buffer. An Internet appliance browser accesses ...



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