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Gary T Carroll, George J Pilmanis, Vincent D Stinton: Adaptable electronic monitoring and identification system. B I Incorporated, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, August 28, 1990: US04952928 (477 worldwide citation)

A personnel monitoring system includes a transmitting or transponding unit that is worn or carried by the individual being monitored. This transmitting or transponder unit periodically, or upon request, transmits a uniquely encoded signal that identifies the person being monitored, as well as inform ...


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Gary T Carroll, David G O Neil, Harold R Elgie: Electronic system and method for monitoring abusers for compliance with a protective order. Bodyguard Technologies, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, November 30, 1993: US05266944 (357 worldwide citation)

An electronic monitoring system monitors an abuser for compliance with a protective order. When a violation is detected, the system automatically gathers evidence, independent of any that may be provided by the victim of the abuse, to establish probable cause of such violation. The monitoring system ...


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Gary T Carroll: Single chip transponder device. Bi, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, August 15, 1989: US04857893 (322 worldwide citation)

A transponder device receives a carrier signal from an interrogator unit. This carrier signal, of frequeny F, is rectified by a rectifying circuit in order to generate operating power. Logic/timing circuits derive a clock signal and second carrier signal of frequency F/n from the received carrier si ...


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Gary T Carroll, David G O Neil, Harold R Elgie: Electronic system and method for monitoring compliance with a protective order. JurisMonitor, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, March 7, 1995: US05396227 (315 worldwide citation)

An electronic monitoring system monitors an individual for compliance with a protective order. When a violation is detected, the system automatically gathers evidence, independent of any that may be provided by the victim of the violation, to establish probable cause of such violation. The monitorin ...


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Gary T Carroll, J Donald Pauley: Electronic identifier apparatus and method utilizing a single chip microcontroller and an antenna coil. Gnuco Technology Corporation, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, September 13, 1994: US05347263 (171 worldwide citation)

Low cost, compact electronic identifier apparatus interrogates a passive (no external power) or active (external power) transponder. Such identifier apparatus and transponder(s) may be used, e.g., for: (1) access control, (2) animal feeding and animal health, (3) inventory control, (4) process contr ...


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Gary T Carroll: Transponder device. B I Incorporated, Bryant R Gold, February 9, 1988: US04724427 (163 worldwide citation)

A transponder device receives a carrier signal from an interrogator unit. This carrier signal, of frequency F, is rectified by a rectifying circuit in order to generate operating power. Logic/timing circuits derive a clock signal and second carrier signal of frequency F/n from the received carrier s ...


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Gregory M Smith, Michael W Yeager, J Donald Pauley, Gary T Carroll: Power supply and power enable circuit for an RF/ID transponder. Racom Systems, Peter J Meza, William J Holland & Hart Kubida, December 26, 1995: US05479172 (105 worldwide citation)

A power supply self-contained within a portable RF/ID transponder includes a full wave rectifier having an input for receiving an antenna signal and outputs for providing power supply and ground voltages, wherein the power supply voltage has a time varying voltage waveform corresponding to the elect ...


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Gary T Carroll, J Donald Pauley: Passive RF transponder and method. Racom Systems, William J Holland & Hart Kubida, May 14, 1996: US05517194 (100 worldwide citation)

A passive RF transponder incorporating a non-volatile memory element is powered by inductive coupling to a proximately located RF controller. A communication system and method is disclosed which utilizes the controller to send data and commands to the transponder by means of an FSK modulated RF sign ...


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David C Howson, J Donald Pauley, Gary T Carroll: Device and method for precise subcutaneous placement of a medical instrument. Intelligent Medicine, Robert E Harris, February 14, 1989: US04804054 (96 worldwide citation)

A device and method for precise placement of a medical instrument for fluid delivery at, or withdrawal of fluid from, a predetermined location in a body is disclosed. A sensor, such as a proximity detector or electrically conductible circuitry, is implanted into the body adjacent to a predetermined ...


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Gary T Carroll, J Donald Pauley: Programmable identification apparatus and method therefor. Robert H Holland & Hart Kelly, May 14, 1996: US05517188 (80 worldwide citation)

A programmable identification apparatus, and associated method, includes a transceiver and a transponder. The transponder is powered by the energy of a transceiver transmit signal generated by the transceiver and includes a programmable memory element. A coded sequence which uniquely identifies the ...



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