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Joseph R Frattarola, Peter W Ford, James P Santagata: Card validating apparatus. UMC, Koenig Senniger Powers and Leavitt, July 12, 1977: US04035614 (66 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for validating a card having positioned thereon a plurality of redundant encoded blocks of data readable by moving the card past a reader and for controlling the movement of such a card whose validity is to be determined. A card transporter moves a card along a predetermined path. A reader ...


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Joseph R Frattarola, Richard H Hudgin, Theodore R Yachik: High information density laser image recording method and apparatus. Itek Corporation, Homer O Blair, Robert L Nathans, Gerald H Glanzman, June 21, 1983: US04389712 (21 worldwide citation)

An optical memory for storing human readable pictorial information and machine readable digital information within the same format together with a method and apparatus for recording such information. In accordance with the invention, information is formatted as human readable imagery with the machin ...


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Joseph R Frattarola, Peter W Ford: Card validator. UMC, Koenig Senniger Powers and Leavitt, January 31, 1978: US04071741 (2 worldwide citation)

A validator for a card bearing a code readable by moving the card forward past a reader, particularly for use in a vendor to control vending, in which the card is transported forward from an entry position past the reader to an escrow position. If read as valid, the card is maintained in the escrow ...


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Joseph R Frattarola: Method and apparatus for non-invasive blood analyte detector. Pamela D Politis, RatnerPrestia, January 16, 2003: US20030013947-A1

A non-intrusive, self-calibrating and self-contained wearable device that measures the concentration of blood constituents or analytes is provided. The device employs low energy, short burst ultrasonic waveforms which are transmitted into the body and a resulting return echo waveform is electronical ...