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James L Richards, Donald A Kelly, James S Finn, David C Meigs, William D Welch Jr: System and method for person or object position location utilizing impulse radio. Time Domain Corporation, Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox P L L C, October 9, 2001: US06300903 (202 worldwide citation)

A System and Method for Person or Object Position Location Utilizing Impulse Radio, comprising a plurality of reference impulse radios; an object or person to be tracked having a mobile impulse radio associated therewith; an architecture with an associated positioning algorithm associated with said ...


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James L Richards, Larry W Fullerton, Donald A Kelly, David C Meigs, Timothy T Payment, James S Finn, William J Tucker, William D Welch Jr: System and method for using impulse radio technology to track and monitor vehicles. Time Domain Corporation, William J Tucker, December 31, 2002: US06501393 (141 worldwide citation)

A system, electronic monitor and method are provided that utilize the communication capabilities and positioning capabilities of impulse radio technology to enable people (e.g., mechanics, fans, broadcasters, drivers) to track a position of a vehicle as it moves around a race track and/or to enable ...


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James L Richards, Larry W Fullerton, Donald A Kelly, David C Meigs, Timothy T Payment, James S Finn, William J Tucker, William D Welch Jr: System and method for using impulse radio technology to track and monitor animals. Time Domain Corporation, William J Tucker, January 7, 2003: US06504483 (117 worldwide citation)

A system, electronic monitor and method are provided that utilize the communication capabilities and positioning capabilities of impulse radio technology to enable people (e.g., broadcasters, fans, trainers, jockeys) to track a position of a horse as it moves around a race track and/or to enable peo ...


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James L Richards, Larry W Fullerton, David C Meigs, Randall S Stanley, Ivan A Cowie: System and method for distance measurement by inphase and quadrature signals in a radio system. Time Domain Corporation, Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox P L L C, August 29, 2000: US06111536 (104 worldwide citation)

A system and a method for distance measurement utilizes a radio system. The distance is measured by determining the time it takes a pulse train to travel from a first radio transceiver to a second radio transceiver and then from the second radio transceiver back to the first radio transceiver. The a ...


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James L Richards, Larry W Fullerton, Donald A Kelly, David C Meigs, Timothy T Payment, James S Finn, William J Tucker, William D Welch Jr: System and method using impulse radio technology to track and monitor people needing health care. Time Domain Corporation, William J Tucker, October 15, 2002: US06466125 (104 worldwide citation)

A system, electronic monitor and method are provided that utilize impulse radio technology to alert medical personnel when a patient needs medical assistance. In addition, the present invention includes a system, electronic monitor and method that utilize the communication capabilities and positioni ...


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James L Richards, Larry W Fullerton, David C Meigs, Randall S Stanley, Ivan A Cowie: System and method for distance measurement by inphase and quadrature signals in a radio system. Time Domain Corporation, Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox P L L C, September 25, 2001: US06295019 (102 worldwide citation)

A system and a method for distance measurement utilizes a radio system. The distance is measured by determining the time it takes a pulse train to travel from a first radio transceiver to a second radio transceiver and then from the second radio transceiver back to the first radio transceiver. The a ...


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James L Richards, Larry W Fullerton, Donald A Kelly, David C Meigs, Timothy T Payment, James S Finn, William J Tucker, William D Welch Jr: System and method for using impulse radio technology in the farming field. Time Domain Corporation, William J Tucker, October 22, 2002: US06469628 (82 worldwide citation)

A system, electronic monitor and method are provided that utilize impulse radio technology to enable a farmer to accurately track a position of an object (e.g., farm equipment, farm animal, farm employee) as the object moves around a farm and/or to enable a farmer to monitor a variety of parameters ...


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James L Richards, Larry W Fullerton, Donald A Kelly, David C Meigs, Timothy T Payment, James S Finn, William J Tucker, William D Welch Jr: System and method for tracking and monitoring prisoners using impulse radio technology. Time Domain Corporation, William J Tucker, December 3, 2002: US06489893 (81 worldwide citation)

A system, apparatus and method are provided that utilize the communication capabilities and positioning capabilities of impulse radio technology to overcome the shortcomings in conventional prison monitoring systems. Basically, the present invention enables prison personnel to track the movements of ...


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James L Richards, Larry W Fullerton, Donald A Kelly, David C Meigs, Timothy T Payment, James S Finn, William J Tucker, William D Welch Jr: System and method using impulse radio technology to track and monitor people under house arrest. Time Domain Corporation, William J Tucker, December 10, 2002: US06492906 (78 worldwide citation)

A system, electronic monitor and method are provided that utilize the capabilities of impulse radio technology to overcome the shortcomings of conventional house arrest monitoring systems. One embodiment of the present invention enables monitoring personnel (e.g., police officers, parole officers) t ...


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James L Richards, Larry W Fullerton, David C Meigs, Randall S Stanley, Ivan A Cowie: System and method for distance measurement by inphase and quadrature signals in a radio system. Time Domain Corporation, Venable, Robert Babayi, July 26, 2005: US06922166 (66 worldwide citation)

A system and a method for distance measurement utilizes a radio system. The distance is measured in coarse resolution, and in fine resolution that corresponds to distance attributes. The distance between first and second radio transceivers is determined from the coarse distance and the fine distance ...