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Raj Bridgelall, Howard Shepard, Edward Barkan, Robert Sanders, Mitch Maiman, Paul Dvorkis, Joseph Boriotti, Mark Krichever, Vladimir Gurevich, Alexander Breytman: Integrated code reading systems including tunnel scanners. Symbol Technologies, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis L, December 18, 2001: US06330973 (129 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to systems and techniques for reading optical codes, and more particularly to code reading systems with plural imaging or scanning modules pointed in various directions toward a target volume, which increase the likelihood that a code symbol on an arbitrarily oriented object in ...


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Vladimir Gurevich, Mark Krichever, Alexander Breytman, Emanuel Marom, Miklos Stern, Edward Barkan, Yajun Li: Beam shaping system and diverging laser beam for scanning optical code. Symbol Technologies, Kirschstein et al, November 25, 2003: US06651888 (24 worldwide citation)

An improved optical system for scanning optical codes is disclosed. A laser beam produced thereby is a diverging, nearly diffraction free beam and may be used to produce an elongated scanning spot. A laser assembly which may be used to produce such beams and spots, combines various optical functions ...


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Vladimir Gurevich, Alexander Breytman, David Tsi Shi: Aiming light pattern generator in imaging readers for electro-optically reading indicia. Symbol Technologies, Kirschstein et al, February 27, 2007: US07182260 (11 worldwide citation)

Different aiming light patterns are generated to enable an imaging reader to be pointed directly at a target by employing non-interferometric optical components that are fabricated by molding and machining techniques.


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Yuri Gofman, Alexander Breytman, Lisa Fan, Howard M Shepard: Clamp assembly for detachably clamping spring in electro-optical system for reading indicia. Symbol Technologies, Kirschstein et al, September 9, 2003: US06616042 (6 worldwide citation)

A scanning component in a scanner for electro-optically reading bar code symbols is mounted on a spring having opposite spring end portions between which the scanning component is mounted. The spring end portions are mounted on a holder. At least one clamp, and preferably a pair of clamps detachably ...


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Vladimir Gurevich, Mark Krichever, Alexander Breytman, Emanuel Marom, Miklos Stern, Edward Barkan, Yajun Li: Beam shaping system and diverging laser beam for scanning optical code. Symbol Technologies, Kirschstein et al, November 9, 2004: US06814288 (4 worldwide citation)

An improved optical system for scanning optical codes is disclosed. A laser beam produced thereby is a diverging, nearly diffraction free beam and may be used to produce an elongated scanning spot. A laser assembly which may be used to produce such beams and spots, combines various optical functions ...


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Vladimir Gurevich, Mark Krichever, Alexander Breytman, Emanuel Marom, Miklos Stern, Edward Barkan, Yajun Li: Beam shaping system and diverging laser beam for scanning optical code. Kirschstein Ottinger Israel & Schiffmiller PC, March 25, 2004: US20040056096-A1

An improved optical system for scanning optical codes is disclosed. A laser beam produced thereby is a diverging, nearly diffraction free beam and may be used to produce an elongated scanning spot. A laser assembly which may be used to produce such beams and spots, combines various optical functions ...


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Vladimir Gurevich, Alexander Breytman, David Tsi Shi: Aiming light pattern generator in imaging readers for electro-optically reading indicia. Kirschstein Ottinger Israel & Schiffmiller PC, December 29, 2005: US20050284942-A1

Different aiming light patterns are generated to enable an imaging reader to be pointed directly at a target by employing non-interferometric optical components that are fabricated by molding and machining techniques.


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