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Eric Alan Eckstein, Lawrence Appalucci, Gary Thomas Mazoki: Deactivateable resonant circuit. Checkpoint Systems, Panitch Schwarze Jacobs & Nadel P C, January 19, 1999: US05861809 (139 worldwide citation)

A resonant tag used with an electronic article surveillance system for detecting the presence of the tag within a surveilled area utilizing electromagnetic energy at a frequency within a predetermined detection frequency range includes a resonant circuit capable of resonating at a frequency within t ...


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Hideaki Imaichi, Takeshi Matsumoto, Gary Thomas Mazoki, Anthony Frank Piccoli: Resonant tag. Checkpoint Manufacturing Japan, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, November 6, 2001: US06313747 (66 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a resonant tag including an insulating thin film and coiled circuits made of a metal foil respectively formed on both sides of the insulating thin film. The coiled circuits are formed in an electrically connected relation to each other with a space at the center of the insul ...


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Lawrence Appalucci, Luis Francisco Soler Bonnin, Gary Thomas Mazoki, Roger Jay Peirce, Anthony Frank Piccoli, Mark James Rankin: Security tag and manufacturing method. Checkpoint Systems, Panitch Schwarze Jacobs & Nadel P C, May 19, 1998: US05754110 (57 worldwide citation)

A security tag used with an electronic article surveillance system for detecting the presence of the tag within a surveilled area utilizing electromagnetic energy at a frequency within a predetermined detection frequency range includes a dielectric substrate having first and second opposing principl ...


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John Edwin Davies Jr, Lawrence Appalucci, Alan Paul Dutcher, Gary Thomas Mazoki, Anthony Frank Piccoli: Activate/deactiveable security tag with enhanced electronic protection for use with an electronic security system. Checkpoint Systems, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld L, June 4, 2002: US06400271 (44 worldwide citation)

A security tag for use with an electronic security system which functions within a second frequency range comprises a substantially planar dielectric substrate having first and second sides. A first conductive pattern is provided on the first side of the substrate, the first conductive pattern compr ...


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Lawrence Appalucci, Andre Cote, David Lopez Perez, Gary Thomas Mazoki, Anthony Frank Piccoli, Rolando Roques Martinez, Luis Francisco Soler Bonnin, Takeshi Matsumoto, Hideaki Imaichi: Security tag and process for making same. Checkpoint Systems, Caesar Rivise Bernstein Cohen & Pokotilow, January 24, 2006: US06988666 (29 worldwide citation)

A tag and method of making it. The tag includes a first adhesive layer provided in a first predetermined pattern between a surface of a first substrate and a first conductive foil. The first pattern corresponds to a pattern for a first conductive trace, e.g., a portion of a resonant circuit. The fir ...


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Hideaki Imaichi, Takeshi Matsumoto, Gary Thomas Mazoki, Anthony Frank Piccoli: Resonant tag. Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, June 14, 2001: US20010003438-A1

The invention relates to a resonant tag including an insulating thin film and coiled circuits made of a metal foil respectively formed on both sides of the insulating thin film. The coiled circuits are formed in an electrically connected relation to each other with a space at the center of the insul ...


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Eric Alan Eckstein, Lawrence Appalucci, Gary Thomas Mazoki: Deactivateable resonant circuit. Checkpoint Systems, han hong, October 25, 2000: CN98809404

A resonant tag used with an electronic article surveillance system for detecting the presence of the tag within a surveilled area utilizing electromagnetic energy at a frequency within a predetermined detection frequency range includes a resonant circuit capable of resonating at a frequency within t ...


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Lawrence Appalucci, Luis Francisco Soler Bonnin, Gary Thomas Mazoki: Security tag and manufacturing method. Chekpoint Systems, SHAO WEI, January 21, 1998: CN97100821

A security tag used with an electronic article surveillance system for detecting the presence of the tag within a surveilled area utilizing electromagnetic energy at a first frequency within a predetermined detection frequency range includes a dielectric substrate having first and second opposing pr ...


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Lawrence Appalucci, Eric Eckstein, Gary Thomas Mazoki, David K Shoemaker: Method and system for non-contact automated verification of the correctness of the identity of an item having an associated primary identifier. Checkpoint Systems, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, March 27, 2003: US20030057276-A1

A method for automated identification of the correctness of the identity of an item which has an associated primary identifier of a first machine readable type includes associating a separate, secondary identifier with the item prior to the time that verification of the correctness of the item is so ...


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Lawrence Appalucci, Andre Cote, David Lopez Perez, Gary Thomas Mazoki, Anthony Frank Piccoli, Rolando Roques Martinez, Luis Francisco Soler Bonnin, Takeshi Matsumoto, Hideaki Imaichi: Security tag and process for making same. Checkpoint Systems, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, March 20, 2003: US20030051806-A1

A method of making a resonant frequency circuit is disclosed. The method includes the steps of: (1) forming a first adhesive layer in a first predetermined pattern on a surface of a first substrate; (2) laminating a first conductive foil to the surface of the first substrate to form a first conducti ...