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Darald R Schultz, Steven E Koenck, Jon Rasmussen, John K Rohde: Hand-held terminal with display screens, interactive screens, magnetic credit card readers, scanners, printers and handlers. Norand Corporation, Simmons Perrine Albright & Ellwood, October 21, 1997: US05679943 (245 worldwide citation)

A hand-held terminal for receiving, storing and transmitting information is disclosed. The terminal has a keyboard, a display and is powered by internal, rechargeable batteries. An internal battery charging circuit includes a fixed voltage power supply which is controlled to provide a constant curre ...


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Steven R Kunert, Robert J Traeger, Paul Beard, Robert J Grabon, John K Rohde: Ergonomic hand-held data terminal and data collection system. Intermec IP, Suiter & Associates, August 29, 2000: US06109528 (98 worldwide citation)

A portable hand-held data terminal having a curvilinear cross-sectional keypad capable of operation by one hand. In an exemplary embodiment of the invention the keys may extend to various heights above the keypad depending on their function. For example, a scan trigger key may extend the farthest fr ...


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Robert J Grabon, John K Rohde, Robert J Traeger, Patrick R Erb, Daniel E Alt, Daniel J Klostermann: Wireless communications system having reduced noise mode operation capability. Intermec IP, February 5, 2008: US07327988 (4 worldwide citation)

A wireless communication system having a terminal unit operates in a reduced noise state during receipt of a wireless transmission from a control unit. The terminal unit includes terminal circuitry, a radio and noise management circuitry. The noise management circuitry partially or fully disables op ...


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Brent A Bandholz, Peter G Ross, John K Rohde: System and method of print media back-feed control for a printer. Brady Worldwide, Quarles & Brady, August 16, 2011: US07999836 (1 worldwide citation)

A system and method is disclosed for print media back-feed control for a printer. The invention incorporates use of a downstream sensor to detect at least one of a leading edge of a print media or an indicia correlated to parameters of the print media. The print media can then be back-fed by a contr ...


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Robert J Grabon, John K Rohde, Robert J Traeger, Patrick R Erb, Daniel E Alt, Daniel J Klostermann: Wireless communications system having reduced noise mode operation capability. Intermec IP, Paul A Maltseff, John H Sherman, May 1, 2012: US08170627 (1 worldwide citation)

A wireless communication system having a terminal unit operates in a reduced noise state during receipt of a wireless transmission from a control unit. The terminal unit includes terminal circuitry, a radio and noise management circuitry. The noise management circuitry partially or fully disables op ...


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Robert J Grabon, John K Rohde, Robert J Traeger, Patrick R Erb, Daniel E Alt, Daniel J Klostermann: Wireless communications system having reduced noise mode operation capability. John H Sherman, Intermec Technologies Corporation, March 18, 2004: US20040053578-A1

A wireless communication system having a terminal unit operates in a reduced noise state during receipt of a wireless transmission from a control unit. The terminal unit includes terminal circuitry, a radio and noise management circuitry. The noise management circuitry partially or fully disables op ...


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Robert J Grabon, John K Rohde, Robert J Traeger, Patrick R Erb, Daniel E Alt, Daniel J Klostermann: Wireless communications system having reduced noise mode operation capability. John H Sherman Legal Dept, Intermec Technologies Corporation, September 4, 2008: US20080212724-A1

A wireless communication system having a terminal unit operates in a reduced noise state during receipt of a wireless transmission from a control unit. The terminal unit includes terminal circuitry, a radio and noise management circuitry. The noise management circuitry partially or fully disables op ...


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Brent A Bandholz, Peter G Ross, John K Rohde: System and method of print media back-feed control for a printer. Quarles & Brady, December 17, 2009: US20090309951-A1

A system and method is disclosed for print media back-feed control for a printer. The invention incorporates use of a downstream sensor to detect at least one of a leading edge of a print media or an indicia correlated to parameters of the print media. The print media can then be back-fed by a contr ...