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Joel Kahn, Richard Isaac, Joseph DeVita, Daniel R McGlynn, Reuven Shapira, Simon Bard, Joseph Katz, Robert Durst: Optical reader with independent triggering and graphical user interface. Symbol Technologies, Kirschstein et al, September 1, 1998: US05801371 (127 worldwide citation)

A system for reading indicia such as bar code symbols having a scanner for generating a scanning light beam directed toward a symbol to be read; a first actuator manually displaceable from a first position to a second position for producing a first light beam for aiming or positioning the reader, an ...


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Joel Kahn, Richard Isaac, Joseph Devita, Daniel R McGlynn, Reuven Shapira, Simon Bard, Joseph Katz, Robert Durst: Optical reader with independent triggering and graphical user interface. Symbol Technologies, Kirschstein et al, February 4, 1997: US05600121 (124 worldwide citation)

A system for reading indicia such as bar code symbols having a scanner for generating a scanning light beam directed toward a symbol to be read; a first actuator manually displaceable from a first position to a second position for producing a first light beam for aiming or positioning the reader, an ...


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Joel Kahn, Mehul M Patel, Robert May, Edward Barkan: Point-of-transaction workstation for electro-optical reading one-dimensional indicia, including image capture of two-dimensional targets. Symbol Technologies, Kirschstein et al, March 20, 2007: US07191947 (108 worldwide citation)

A solid-state imager is mounted at a point-of-transaction workstation for capturing images of diverse targets useful for customer identification, customer payment validation, and operator surveillance. The imager is manually or automatically triggered and is operated at high speed to resist image bl ...


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John Raymond Klein, Joel Kahn: Apparatus with extended markup language data capture capability. Symbol Technologies, Fish & Richardson P C, January 23, 2001: US06178426 (84 worldwide citation)

A computer implemented apparatus captures data from a user into a form specified in accordance with a markup language such as hypertext markup language. The user selects a data type such as text, handwriting, voice, image and video data type to be captured. Once the user indicates the type of data t ...


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Raj Bridgelall, Joel Kahn: Triggered data collector and data transmitter. Symbol Technologies, Kirschstein et al, July 9, 2002: US06415982 (75 worldwide citation)

A plurality of data collectors and/or a transceiver for transmitting data in a plurality of transmissions are actuated by independent, manual actuations of a triggering circuit, preferably comprising a plurality of trigger switches, or a single trigger switch having a plurality of trigger positions.


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Joel Kahn, John Lert: Triggered optical reader. Symbol Technologies, Kirschstein et al, May 22, 2001: US06234394 (64 worldwide citation)

A system for reading indicia such as bar code symbols having a scanner for generating a scanning light beam directed toward a symbol to be read. A trigger manually displaceable from a first position to a second position produces a first light beam for aiming or positioning the reader.The trigger is ...


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Joel Kahn, John Lert: Triggered optical reader. Symbol Technologies, Kirschstein et al, December 12, 2000: US06158662 (56 worldwide citation)

A system for reading indicia such as bar code symbols having a scanner for generating a scanning light beam directed toward a symbol to be read. A trigger manually displaceable from a first position to a second position produces a first light beam for aiming or positioning the reader. The trigger is ...


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Joseph Giordano, Jean Tu, Yuri Gofman, Daniela Stratienco, Timothy Kehoe, Paul Severino, Howard Shepard, Edward Barkan, David Harder, Joel Kahn, Robert Sanders, John Barile, Chang Hong Chen, Steven Chew, Robert Doran, Robert Grabowski: Simplified assembly and automatic testing of components in electro-optical systems for reading coded indicia. Symbol Technologies, Kirschstein et al, December 15, 1998: US05850078 (53 worldwide citation)

Various optical components of an electro-optical system for reading coded indicia are mounted on a chassis snap-mounted in a housing. The optical components are supported by the chassis at an elevation relative to a printed circuit board snap-mounted to the chassis. The optical components are automa ...


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Joseph Giordano, Jean Tu, Yuri Gofman, Daniela Stratienco, Timothy Kehoe, Paul Severino, Howard Shepard, Edward Barkan, David Harder, Joel Kahn, Robert Sanders, John Barile, Chang Hong Chen, Steven Chew, Robert Doran, Robert Grabowski: Scanner with shock-absorbing canopy overmolded with linear of housing. Symbol Technologies, Kirschstein et al, November 27, 2001: US06321990 (38 worldwide citation)

Various optical components of an electro-optical system for reading coded indicia are mounted on a chassis snap-mounted in a housing. The optical components are supported by the chassis at an elevation relative to a printed circuit board snap-mounted to the chassis. The optical components are automa ...


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Paul Dvorkis, Edward Barkan, Howard Shepard, Vladimir Gurevich, Mark Krichever, Boris Metlitsky, David Tsi, Raj Bridgelall, Duanfeng He, Joseph Katz, Richard Isaac, Joel Kahn: Optical scanners having dual surface optical elements for dual working ranges. Symbol Technologies, Fish & Richardson P C, January 12, 1999: US05859417 (31 worldwide citation)

An optical scanner such as a bar code scanner includes a segmented fold mirror, the individual sections of which have different profiles. By directing the scanning laser beam across the fold mirror, a plurality of scan lines are created, at different distances from the scanner. This provides increas ...