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J Carl Cooper: Universal credit card apparatus and method. Stevens Law Group, July 20, 2004: US06764005 (261 worldwide citation)

The apparatus and method described herein provides for creating multiple spatial patterns, such as magnetic patterns on credit cards. The invention includes storage of information from which patterns may be created, a pattern creation device for creating the spatial patterns, and control whereby the ...


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J Carl Cooper: Universal credit card apparatus and method. Pixel Instruments, Jay Chesavage, November 10, 1998: US05834747 (237 worldwide citation)

The apparatus and method described herein provides for creating multiple spatial patterns, such as magnetic patterns on credit cards. The invention includes storage of information from which patterns may be created, a pattern creation device for creating the spatial patterns, and control whereby the ...


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J Carl Cooper: Universal credit card apparatus and method. Pixel Instruments, Jay A Chesavage, October 30, 2001: US06308890 (220 worldwide citation)

The apparatus and method described herein provides for creating multiple spatial patterns, such as magnetic patterns on credit cards. The invention includes storage of information from which patterns may be created, a pattern creation device for creating the spatial patterns, and control whereby the ...


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J Carl Cooper: Universal credit card apparatus and method. Pixel Instruments Corporation, Stevens Law Group, August 1, 2006: US07083094 (196 worldwide citation)

The apparatus and method described herein provides for creating multiple spatial patterns, such as magnetic patterns on credit cards. The invention includes storage of information from which patterns may be created, a pattern creation device for creating the spatial patterns, and control whereby the ...


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J Carl Cooper: Universal credit card apparatus and method. Technology Licensing Corporation, Stevens Law Group, David R Stevens, May 12, 2009: US07530495 (184 worldwide citation)

The apparatus and method described herein provides for creating multiple spatial patterns, such as magnetic patterns on credit cards. The invention includes storage of information from which patterns may be created, a pattern creation device for creating the spatial patterns, and control whereby the ...


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J Carl Cooper: Universal credit card apparatus and method. Technology Licensing, February 26, 2008: US07334732 (171 worldwide citation)

The apparatus and method described herein provides for creating multiple spatial patterns, such as magnetic patterns on credit cards. The invention includes storage of information from which patterns may be created, a pattern creation device for creating the spatial patterns, and control whereby the ...


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J Carl Cooper: Apparatus and method for receiving audio signals transmitted as part of a television video signal. Woodling Krost & Rust, May 12, 1987: US04665431 (167 worldwide citation)

The apparatus and method for receiving one or more audio frequency signals transmitted on a television video signal includes a decoder comprised of a pulse separator to recover modulated pulses from said video signal and a demodulator to demodulate said modulated pulses from said separator to recove ...


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J Carl Cooper: Universal credit card apparatus and method. Technology Licensing Corporation, Clifford Kraft, November 9, 2010: US07828207 (159 worldwide citation)

The apparatus and method described herein provides for creating multiple spatial patterns, such as magnetic patterns on credit cards. The invention includes storage of information from which patterns may be created, a pattern creation device for creating the spatial patterns, and control whereby the ...


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J Carl Cooper, Steve Anderson: Frequency converter system. Pixel Instruments, Lightbody & Lucas, August 1, 2000: US06098046 (145 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method is disclosed for converting an input signal having frequency related information sustained over a first duration of time into an output signal sustained over a second duration of time at substantially the same first frequency by adding or subtracting to the effective wave len ...


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J Carl Cooper, Steve Anderson: Signal synchronization. Pixel Instruments, Lightbody & Lucas, July 6, 1999: US05920842 (123 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method is disclosed for converting an input signal having frequency related information sustained over a first duration of time into an output signal sustained over a second duration of time at substantially the same first frequency by adding or subtracting to the effective wave len ...