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John H Bowers, Thomas J Clare: Inventory system using articles with RFID tags. Checkpoint Systems, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld L, October 5, 1999: US05963134 (449 worldwide citation)

An article inventory control system for articles, such as books, uses RFID tags attached to each article. Each tag has a unique identification or serial number for identifying the individual article. An inventory database tracks all of the tagged articles and maintains circulation status information ...


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John H Bowers, Thomas J Clare: RFID tags which are virtually activated and/or deactivated and apparatus and methods of using same in an electronic security system. Checkpoint Systems, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld L, February 15, 2000: US06025780 (332 worldwide citation)

An electronic security system uses a set of predefined RFID tags. Each tag is associated with, and attached to, an article or packaging for an article. Each tag includes unique tag information which is logged into a computerized database that contains a record for each of the tags in the set. A dete ...


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Robert H Dunphy Jr, Robert Walsh, John H Bowers: Disk drive memory. Storage Technology Corporation, Dorr Carson Sloan & Peterson, January 29, 1991: US04989206 (258 worldwide citation)

The disk drive memory of the present invention uses a large plurality of small form factor disk drives to implement an inexpensive, high performance, high reliability disk drive memory that emulates the format and capability of large form factor disk drives. The plurality of disk drives are switchab ...


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John H Bowers, Thomas J Clare: Inventory system using articles with RFID tags. Checkpoint Systems, Woodcock Washburn Kurtz Mackiewicz & Norris, February 27, 2001: US06195006 (232 worldwide citation)

An article inventory control system for articles, such as books, uses RFID tags attached to each article. Each tag has a unique identification or serial number for identifying the individual article. An inventory database tracks all of the tagged articles and maintains circulation status information ...


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Robert H Dunphy Jr, Robert Walsh, John H Bowers, George A Rudeseal: Disk drive memory. Storage Technology Corporation, Dorr Carson Sloan & Peterson, December 31, 1991: US05077736 (209 worldwide citation)

The disk drive memory of the present invention uses a large plurality of small form factor disk drives to implement an inexpensive, high performance, high reliability disk drive memory that emulates the format and capability of large form factor disk drives. The plurality of disk drives are switchab ...


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Robert H Dunphy Jr, Robert Walsh, John H Bowers: Disk drive memory. Storage Technology Corporation, Dorr Carson Sloan & Peterson, April 3, 1990: US04914656 (182 worldwide citation)

The disk drive memory of the present invention uses a large plurality of small form factor disk drives to implement an inexpensive, high performance, high reliability disk drive memory that emulates the format and capability of large form factor disk drives. The plurality of disk drives are switchab ...


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John H Bowers, Thomas J Clare: Inventory system using articles with RFID tags. Checkpoint Systems, Woodcock Washburn, February 17, 2004: US06693539 (164 worldwide citation)

An article inventory control system for articles, such as books, uses RFID tags attached to each article. Each tag has a unique identification or serial number for identifying the individual article. An inventory database tracks all of the tagged articles and maintains circulation status information ...


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Robert H Dunphy Jr, Robert Walsh, John H Bowers: Disk drive memory. Storage Technology Corporation, Dorr Carson Sloan & Peterson, January 29, 1991: US04989205 (137 worldwide citation)

The disk drive memory of the present invention uses a large plurality of small form factor disk drives to implement an inexpensive, high performance, high reliability disk drive memory that emulates the format and capability of large form factor disk drives. The plurality of disk drives are switchab ...


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John H Bowers, John Nelson Daigle, Rade Petrovic: Anticollision protocol for reading multiple RFID tags. Checkpoint Systems, Panitch Schwarze Jacobs & Nadel P C, March 16, 1999: US05883582 (127 worldwide citation)

A method of reading multiple RFID tags located in a field of an interrogating antenna is based on periodic transmissions from the tags with large, non-transmission intervals between transmissions. The non-transmission intervals are fixed for a given tag, but are random between tags due to manufactur ...


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Walter J Lewicki Jr, John H Bowers: Printing system. Armstrong World, James J Ralabate, February 16, 1993: US05187501 (66 worldwide citation)

The system of this invention uses both a process and apparatus for printing an image on a removable thicker dielectric layer than conventionally used in other systems. The dielectric layer is at least 0.2 mils thick and is removed from the system after it is imaged, developed and fixed. Several alte ...