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Eric Alan Eckstein, Lawrence Appalucci, Gary Thomas Mazoki: Deactivateable resonant circuit. Checkpoint Systems, Panitch Schwarze Jacobs & Nadel P C, January 19, 1999: US05861809 (139 worldwide citation)

A resonant tag used with an electronic article surveillance system for detecting the presence of the tag within a surveilled area utilizing electromagnetic energy at a frequency within a predetermined detection frequency range includes a resonant circuit capable of resonating at a frequency within t ...


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Lawrence Appalucci, Luis Francisco Soler Bonnin, Gary Thomas Mazoki, Roger Jay Peirce, Anthony Frank Piccoli, Mark James Rankin: Security tag and manufacturing method. Checkpoint Systems, Panitch Schwarze Jacobs & Nadel P C, May 19, 1998: US05754110 (57 worldwide citation)

A security tag used with an electronic article surveillance system for detecting the presence of the tag within a surveilled area utilizing electromagnetic energy at a frequency within a predetermined detection frequency range includes a dielectric substrate having first and second opposing principl ...


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Lawrence Appalucci, John H Bowers, Gary T Mazoki, Thomas J McKeown, Anthony F Piccoli, Mark J Rankin, Stanley Tocker: Electronic security tag useful in electronic article indentification and surveillance system. Checkpoint Systems, Panitch Schwarze Jacobs & Nadel P C, November 24, 1998: US05841350 (55 worldwide citation)

A resonant tag circuit useful as an electronic security device includes a layered planar structure having a dielectric substrate, a resonant circuit carried on both sides of the dielectric substrate and a semiconductive material having an ionizable salt dissolved therein. The semiconductor material ...


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John Edwin Davies Jr, Lawrence Appalucci, Alan Paul Dutcher, Gary Thomas Mazoki, Anthony Frank Piccoli: Activate/deactiveable security tag with enhanced electronic protection for use with an electronic security system. Checkpoint Systems, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld L, June 4, 2002: US06400271 (44 worldwide citation)

A security tag for use with an electronic security system which functions within a second frequency range comprises a substantially planar dielectric substrate having first and second sides. A first conductive pattern is provided on the first side of the substrate, the first conductive pattern compr ...


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Lawrence Appalucci, Andre Cote, David Lopez Perez, Gary Thomas Mazoki, Anthony Frank Piccoli, Rolando Roques Martinez, Luis Francisco Soler Bonnin, Takeshi Matsumoto, Hideaki Imaichi: Security tag and process for making same. Checkpoint Systems, Caesar Rivise Bernstein Cohen & Pokotilow, January 24, 2006: US06988666 (29 worldwide citation)

A tag and method of making it. The tag includes a first adhesive layer provided in a first predetermined pattern between a surface of a first substrate and a first conductive foil. The first pattern corresponds to a pattern for a first conductive trace, e.g., a portion of a resonant circuit. The fir ...


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Eric Eckstein, Gary Mazoki, Peter Lendering, Luis Francisco Soler Bonnin, Takeshi Matsumoto, Lawrence Appalucci: Method of making a series of resonant frequency tags. Checkpoint Systems, Caesar Rivise Bernstein Cohen & Pokotilow, August 9, 2005: US06925701 (27 worldwide citation)

A method of making a resonant frequency tag which resonates at a predetermined frequency. The method involves providing a first conductive pattern having an inductive element and a first land and a second conductive pattern having a second land and a third land which are joined together by a link. T ...


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Eric Eckstein, Gary Mazoki, Peter Lendering, Luis Francisco Soler Bonnin, Takeshi Matsumoto, Lawrence Appalucci: Method for controlling resonant tag frequency. Checkpoint Systems, Caesar Rivise Bernstein Cohen & Pokotilow, July 18, 2006: US07076858 (9 worldwide citation)

A method of making a resonant frequency tag having a predetermined frequency comprises forming a first conductive pattern comprising an inductive element and a first land having a first end connected to an inductive element end, and a second end spaced a predetermined distance from the first end; se ...


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Eric Eckstein, Gary Mazoki, Peter Lendering, Luis Francisco Soler Bonnin, Takeshi Matsumoto, Lawrence Appalucci: Method of making a resonant frequency tag. Checkpoint Systems, Caesar Rivise Bernstein Cohen & Pokotilow, January 30, 2007: US07168150 (5 worldwide citation)

A method of making a resonant frequency tag which resonates at a predetermined frequency. The method involves providing a first conductive pattern having an inductive element and a first land and a second conductive pattern having a second land and a third land which are joined together by a link. T ...


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Lawrence Appalucci, Anthony F Piccoli, Gary Mazoki, Thomas J McKeown, James Brodzik: Security hard tag with attachment clip and method for attaching and detaching. Checkpoint Systems, Caesar Rivise Bernstein Cohen Pokotilow, January 1, 2013: US08344891 (4 worldwide citation)

A security hard tag, uses an attachment clip to couple to an article, such as but not limited to clothing, to be protected and which can only be released from the article by use of an authorized detacher that is inserted into the security hard tag. The attachment clip may include various types of lo ...


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Anthony F Piccoli, Wei Wu, Lawrence Appalucci, Gary T Mazoki, Thomas J McKeown, Seth Strauser, James Brodzik: Security surround device with cord lock. Checkpoint Systems, Richard A Howe II, January 27, 2015: US08938997 (4 worldwide citation)

A security device and method to surround merchandise for theft deterrence. The security device includes a cord and housing for a knot in the cord. The cord is pulled from one end about the knot to tighten cord around a product and the cord is pulled from another section to lock cord in place around ...