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Steven E Koenck, Phillip Miller, Arvin D Danielson, Ronald L Mahany, Dennis A Durbin, Keith K Cargin, George E Hanson, Darald R Schultz, Robert G Geers, Darrell L Boatwright, William T Gibbs, Stephen J Kelly: Hand-held data capture system with interchangable modules. Norand, R Lew Gable, McAndrews Held, April 25, 1995: US05410141 (530 worldwide citation)

The disclosure relates to battery powered hand-held data entry terminals wherein a peripheral module may contain an automatically operating full image reader and a wireless communication unit. The reader reads at least one full line of indicia and may comprise a laser bar code scanner or a flash typ ...


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Charles D Gollnick, Ronald E Luse, John G Pavek, Marvin L Sojka, James D Cnossen, Arvin D Danielson, Ronald L Mahany, Mary L Detweiler, Gary N Spiess, Guy J West, Amos D Young, Robert C Meier, Keith K Cargin Jr, Richard C Arensdorf, Robert G Geers: Network supporting roaming, sleeping terminals. Norand Corporation, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld L, August 17, 1999: US05940771 (349 worldwide citation)

A data collection network supports roaming terminals which may enter and exit a sleep mode to conserve power. A plurality of base stations each periodically transmit pending message indications to those roaming data collection terminals in range. Instead of requiring the transceiver within each term ...


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Arvin D Danielson, Dennis A Durbin: Hand-held instant bar code reader system with automated focus based on distance measurements. Norand Corporation, Neuman Williams Anderson & Olson, October 31, 1989: US04877949 (343 worldwide citation)

In the instant reading of bar codes by flash illumination, the disclosed system automatically adapts to bar code configurations of greater extent and/or curvature, for example by measuring distance to one or more points on the bar code and adjusting a lens barrel, and/or by selecting from multiple i ...


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Arvin D Danielson, Dennis A Durbin: Core computer processor module, and peripheral shell module assembled to form a pocket size data capture unit. Norand Corporation, McAndrews Held & Malloy, July 13, 1993: US05227614 (325 worldwide citation)

A hand-held processing system wherein a peripheral module may receive therein a computer processor basic module of standardized construction, with a user-immune real-time multi-tasking operating system. Advantageously the peripheral module or computer processor module may include a touch screen or o ...


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Arvin D Danielson, Darald R Schultz, Dennis Silva, Darrell L Boatwright, Rickey G Austin, Daniel E Alt, Steve Darren Friend: Hand-held data collection system with stylus input. Intermec IP, Simmons Perrine Albright & Ellwood, July 24, 2001: US06266685 (238 worldwide citation)

A hand-held data input system having an input stylus and a data receiving pad is disclosed. The data input system can include a recessed stylus holder. The recessed stylus holder can receive the input stylus such that it does not protrude from the system's housing. The data input system can alt ...


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Ronald L Mahany, Guy J West, Alan G Bunte, Arvin D Danielson, Michael D Morris, Robert C Meier: Hierarchical communication system providing intelligent data, program and processing migration. Norand Corporation, Stanford & Bennett L, August 4, 1998: US05790536 (206 worldwide citation)

A hierarchical communication system, arranged in a spanning tree configuration, is described in which wired and wireless communication networks exhibiting substantially different characteristics are employed in an overall scheme to link portable or mobile computing devices. Copies of data, program c ...


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Steven E Koenck, Alan G Bunte, Keith K Cargin Jr, George E Hanson, Ronald L Mahany, Phillip Miller, Steven H Salvay, Arvin D Danielson, Guy J West: Multi-level, hierarchical radio-frequency communication system. Norand Corporation, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld L, December 21, 1999: US06006100 (189 worldwide citation)

Portable measuring devices which communicate by low power transceivers through a communication controller with a printer device collect weight and size data on articles to be shipped. The collected weight and size data are combined with origin and destination data, and labels are printed bearing per ...


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Steven E Koenck, Phillip Miller, Arvin D Danielson, Ronald L Mahany, Dennis A Durbin, Keith K Cargin Jr, George E Hanson, Darald R Schultz, Robert G Geers, Darrell L Boatwright, William T Gibbs, Stephen J Kelly: Hand-held data capture system with interchangeable modules. Intermec IP, Simmons Perrine Albright & Ellwood, June 12, 2001: US06244512 (185 worldwide citation)

A hand-held data collection device with a user interface surface that is wider than its handgrip area. Also, a hand-held data collection device with an upwardly facing surface containing a user interface and a side surface containing a plurality of actuators. The data collection device can be held i ...


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Arvin D Danielson, Darald R Schultz, Dennis Silva, Darrell L Boatwright, Rickey G Austin, Daniel E Alt: Portable work station-type data collection system. Intermec IP, Simmons Perrine Albright & Ellwood, April 11, 2000: US06049813 (177 worldwide citation)

A portable data collection terminal has an elongate housing with a hand grip conforming rear surface. A front surface features a numerical keyboard adjacent a lower end of the housing and an LCD screen adjacent the keyboard toward an upper end of the housing. The display screen is of elongate rectan ...


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Steven E Koenck, Phillip Miller, Arvin D Danielson, Ronald L Mahany, Dennis A Durbin, Keith K Cargin Jr, George E Hanson, Darald R Schultz, Robert G Geers, Darrell L Boatwright, William T Gibbs, Stephen J Kelly: Hand-held data capture system with interchangeable modules. Norand Corporation, McAndrews Held & Malloy, April 13, 1993: US05202817 (168 worldwide citation)

A portable, hand-held data collection terminal unit is of modular structure including among other modules a display screen module, a keyboard module and a base module, each of which may be chosen from a plurality of modules available for assembly into the terminal unit. Consequently, a wide combinat ...