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John N Sharood, D Mitchell Carr: Refrigeration monitor unit. Robertshaw Controls Company, Fish & Richardson P C, September 24, 2002: US06453687 (465 worldwide citation)

A unit is attached to a refrigeration appliance, such as a freezer, or refrigerator, to alert the user of a sensed condition within the appliance that food spoilage may occur. The unit can monitor temperature within the compartment and determine how long until food spoilage occurs. The unit also can ...


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John N Sharood, Graham Bailey, D Mitchell Carr, James Turner, David Peachey: Appliance retrofit monitoring device with a memory storing an electronic signature. Robertshaw Controls Company, Fish & Richardson P C, August 23, 2005: US06934862 (135 worldwide citation)

A device monitors an appliance that receives power from a source. The device includes a first coupler that couples the device to the power source. A second coupler couples the device to the appliance. A monitoring circuit is connected to the first coupler and the second coupler to monitor power supp ...


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John N Sharood, D Mitchell Carr: Retrofit damper system. Andrew F Bodendorf, Fish & Richardson PC, December 6, 2001: US20010048030-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A wireless damper include a register, a controller regulating the amount of air flow provided by the register, and a radio frequency communications circuit. The radio frequency communications circuit provides a signal to the controller to adjust the air flow. A register regulation mechanism opens an ...


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John N Sharood, James H Turner, Graham Bailey, Bruce H Henderson, D Mitchell Carr, Terri Johnson, Dave Peachey: Building marketing system. Andrew F Bodendorf, Fish & Richardson PC, February 21, 2002: US20020022991-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

In one general aspect, a home marketing system may include an appliance, a communications network connected to the appliance, a processor connected to the communications network for monitoring appliance data signals, and a service provider. The service provider may provide a service based on the mon ...


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Kevin Robert Christopher, D Mitchell Carr: Communication routing plans that are based on communication device contact lists. Sprint Communications Company, August 19, 2014: US08811585

A communication system periodically receives contact lists from communication devices. The communication system processes the contact lists to generate a routing plan. The communication system routes incoming communications to at least one of the communication devices based on the routing plan.


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John McCloskey, D Mitchell Carr, Hieu Nguyen: Systems and method of controlling control and/or monitoring devices. Nextel Communications, August 3, 2010: US07769915

Systems and methods of controlling control and/or monitoring devices are provided. A controller can include a software defined radio in order to communicate with control and/or monitoring devices that employ different communication protocols. The controller can be in the form of a memory stick, memo ...


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John N Sharood, Graham Bailey, D Mitchell Carr, James Turner, David Peachey: Retrofit monitoring device. Andrew F Bodendorf, Fish & Richardson PC, September 27, 2001: US20010025349-A1

A device monitors an appliance that receives power from a source. The device includes a first coupler that couples the device to the power source. A second coupler couples the device to the appliance. A monitoring circuit is connected to the first coupler and the second coupler to monitor power supp ...


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John N Sharood, D Mitchell Carr: Refrigeration monitor unit. Andrew F Bodendorf, Fish & Richardson PC, January 3, 2002: US20020000092-A1

A unit is attached to a refrigeration appliance, such as a freezer, or refrigerator, to alert the user of a sensed condition within the appliance that food spoilage may occur. The unit can monitor temperature within the compartment and determine how long until food spoilage occurs. The unit also can ...