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William R Bandy, John P Peeters: Radio frequency identification (RFID) based sensor networks. Symbol Technologies, Altivera, Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox, December 12, 2006: US07148803 (175 worldwide citation)

An RF addressable sensor network architecture is provided. The RF addressable sensor network includes one or more RF addressable sensors, one or more wireless sensor readers coupled to a communications network, and one or more end user devices coupled to the communications network. The RF addressabl ...


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Michael L Lovejoy, John P Peeters, A Wayne Johnson: Worker-specific exposure monitor and method for surveillance of workers. Sandia Corporation, Gregory A Cone, February 29, 2000: US06031454 (148 worldwide citation)

A person-specific monitor that provides sensor information regarding hazards to which the person is exposed and means to geolocate the person at the time of the exposure. The monitor also includes means to communicate with a remote base station. Information from the monitor can be downloaded at the ...


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John P Peeters: Nanoelectrode arrays. Protiveris, Dykema Gossett PLLC, September 26, 2000: US06123819 (130 worldwide citation)

An array of electrodes at the atomic or nano scale (nanoelectrodes) is built on a chip. The spatial distribution, height, width and electrochemical composition of the nanoelectrodes is varied, such that protein-specific electronic receptors are built directly on the chip with the nanoelectrodes with ...


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William R Bandy, John P Peeters: Radio frequency identification (RFID) based sensor networks. Symbol Technologies, Altivera, Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox P L L C, February 17, 2009: US07492254 (105 worldwide citation)

An RF addressable sensor network architecture is provided. The RF addressable sensor network includes one or more RF addressable sensors, one or more wireless sensor readers coupled to a communications network, and one or more end user devices coupled to the communications network. The RF addressabl ...


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John P Peeters: Nanoelectrode arrays. Protiveris, Andrew J Rudy Protiveris, December 4, 2001: US06325904 (63 worldwide citation)

An array of electrodes at the atomic or nano scale (nanoelectrodes) is built on a chip. The spatial distribution, height, width and electrochemical composition of the nanoelectrodes is varied, such that protein-specific electronic receptors are built directly on the chip with the nanoelectrodes with ...


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John P Peeters: Diagnostic radio frequency identification sensors and applications thereof. Altivera, Dickinson Wright PLLC, June 28, 2011: US07969307 (37 worldwide citation)

An integrated passive wireless chip diagnostic sensor system is described that can be interrogated remotely with a wireless device such as a modified cell phone incorporating multi-protocol RFID reader capabilities (such as the emerging Gen-2 standard) or Bluetooth, providing universal easy to use, ...


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John P Peeters: Rapid method for determining potential binding sites of a protein. Protiveris, Sonia K Guterman, Mintz Levin Cohn Ferris Glovsky and Popeo P C, July 13, 2004: US06762056 (30 worldwide citation)

A method for discovering proteins and protein geometries, and a method for conducting whole proteome assays on a single test surface are disclosed. A test surface is provided featuring a surface containing a random distribution of randomly shaped features of a size from 10


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John P Peeters, Larry W Berkbigler: Electronic household plant watering device. Dykema Gossett PLLC, June 3, 1997: US05634342 (20 worldwide citation)

A compact electronic device automatically waters household plants by collecting ambient air moisture. The device utilizes the Peltier effect to condense atmospheric moisture which is used in a controlled manner to supply water to a plant. The device includes a thermoelectric module, a microcontrolle ...


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John P Peeters: Diagnostic radio frequency identification sensors and applications thereof. Dickinson Wright PLLC, December 13, 2011: US08077042 (15 worldwide citation)

An integrated passive wireless chip diagnostic sensor system is described that can be interrogated remotely with a wireless device such as a modified cell phone incorporating multi-protocol RFID reader capabilities (such as the emerging Gen-2 standard) or Bluetooth, providing universal easy to use, ...


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John P Peeters, Thomas Wiggins, Madhushree Ghosh, Lawrence A Bottomley, Salvatore Seminara, Zhiyu Hu, Timothy Seeley, Sebastian Kossek: Microfluidics apparatus and methods for use thereof. August 9, 2005: US06926864 (9 worldwide citation)

A microfluidics device includes a plurality of interaction cells and fluid control means including i) means for providing to the interaction cells a preparation fluid, and ii) means for providing to the interaction cells a sample fluid, wherein each interaction cell receives a different sample fluid ...