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Jeffrey D Mullen: Dynamic credit card with magnetic stripe and embedded encoder and methods for using the same to provide a copy-proof credit card. Dynamics, September 14, 2010: US07793851 (92 worldwide citation)

A dynamic credit card is provided in which a secure credit card number (e.g., a secret/hidden credit card number) is encoded based on a timing signal (e.g., an internal counter) to provide a dynamic credit card number. This dynamic number may be displayed to a user via a display (e.g., so that onlin ...


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Jeffrey D Mullen, Philip Yen: Systems and methods for programmable payment cards and devices with loyalty-based payment applications. Dynamics, July 16, 2013: US08485437 (63 worldwide citation)

A payment card (e.g., credit and/or debit card) or other device (e.g., mobile telephone) is provided with a magnetic emulator operable to communicate data to a magnetic stripe read-head. Data may include the type of reward that a user would like to earn as a result of making a purchase or the type o ...


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Jeffrey D Mullen: Wireless devices with flexible monitors and keyboards. February 23, 2010: US07667962 (48 worldwide citation)

A portable device (e.g., a wireless device such as a cell phone) is provided with a flexible keyboard and a flexible display screen. Such flexible components may be stored in the housing of the portable device when not in use. The flexible display screen and flexible keyboard may be expanded from th ...


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Jeffrey D Mullen: Advanced dynamic credit cards. Dynamics, November 6, 2012: US08302872 (31 worldwide citation)

A credit card is provided that may include a credit card number, where at least a portion of the credit card number changes periodically. A magnetic emulator and/or magnetic stripe encoder may be provided to communicate at least a portion of the information needed to complete a credit card transacti ...


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Jeffrey D Mullen, David Lambeth, Bruce Cloutier: Cards and devices with magnetic emulators and magnetic reader read-head detectors. Dynamics, October 16, 2012: US08286876 (29 worldwide citation)

A payment card (e.g., credit and/or debit card) is provided with a magnetic emulator operable to act as a magnetic stripe read-head detector and a data transmitter. A multiple layer flexible PCB may be fabricated to include multiple magnetic emulators. Layers of the flexible PCB may include magnetic ...


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Jeffrey D Mullen: Advanced cooperative defensive military tactics, armor, and systems. October 27, 2009: US07609156 (27 worldwide citation)

This invention provides impact detection and vehicle cooperation to achieve particular goals and determine particular threat levels. For example, an impact/penetration sensing device may be provided on a soldier's clothing such that when this clothing is impacted/penetrated (e.g., penetrated to a pa ...


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Jeffrey D Mullen, Philip W Yen: Advanced payment options for powered cards and devices. Dynamics, September 3, 2013: US08523059 (25 worldwide citation)

Advanced payment applications are provided to improve the functionality of cards and devices. For example, a user interface may be placed on a card (e.g., a physical button) or a telephonic device (e.g., a virtual button on a capacitive touch screen). Manual input provided to this user interface may ...


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Jeffrey D Mullen, Philip W Yen, Christopher J Rigatti: Cards deployed with inactivated products for activation. Dynamics, March 12, 2013: US08393545 (22 worldwide citation)

A payment card is provided with a display. A card may be provided to a user with a number of inactivated products. The products may be assigned to the user at card issuance. A user may then activate these products online or via phone. Accordingly, a user may be provided with a cross-selling platform ...


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Bruce S Cloutier, Jeffrey D Mullen: Laminated cards with manual input interfaces. Dynamics, October 9, 2012: US08282007 (22 worldwide citation)

A laminated card is provided with manual input interfaces. Such manual input interfaces may provide tactile feedback to a user. Laminated cards may be provided as payment cards, identification cards, medical cards, or any other type of card.


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Jeffrey D Mullen, David Lambeth, Bruce Cloutier: Payment cards and devices with enhanced magnetic emulators. Dynamics, April 23, 2013: US08424773 (21 worldwide citation)

A payment card (e.g., credit and/or debit card) or other device (e.g., mobile telephone) is provided with a magnetic emulator operable to communicate data to a magnetic stripe read-head. Such a magnetic emulator may comprise non-magnetostrictive material such that the magnetic emulator may be fabric ...