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Mark Krichever: Apparatus and method for reading indicia using charge coupled device and scanning laser beam technology. Symbol Technologies, Kirschstein et al, March 23, 2004: US06708883 (193 worldwide citation)

A scanning device for reading indicia of differing light reflectivity, including bar code symbols, has two parallel arrays of light emitters, such as lasers or light emitting diodes, for generating a scanning light beam to visually illuminate sequential portions of the indicia. Two parallel arrays o ...


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Raj Bridgelall, Howard Shepard, Edward Barkan, Robert Sanders, Mitch Maiman, Paul Dvorkis, Joseph Boriotti, Mark Krichever, Vladimir Gurevich, Alexander Breytman: Integrated code reading systems including tunnel scanners. Symbol Technologies, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis L, December 18, 2001: US06330973 (129 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to systems and techniques for reading optical codes, and more particularly to code reading systems with plural imaging or scanning modules pointed in various directions toward a target volume, which increase the likelihood that a code symbol on an arbitrarily oriented object in ...


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Mark Krichever, Mehul Patel: Bioptics bar code reader. Symbol Technologies, Kirschstein et al, May 31, 2005: US06899272 (93 worldwide citation)

A bioptics bar code reader has first and second windows disposed at an angle to each other, a first imager for the first window and a second imager for the second window and first and second optics for directing light from a bar code in a reading area between the windows to the first and second imag ...


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Boris Melitsky, Mark Krichever, Ed Barkan, Howard M Shepard, Jerome Swartz, Joseph Sandor: Hand-mounted scanner with automatic manual initiation of reading indicia. Symbol Technologies, October 5, 1993: US05250790 (86 worldwide citation)

A hand-mounted scanning system for reading indicia having parts of different light reflectivity, including a housing having a window and an actuatable electro-optical scanner in the housing for projecting a light beam through the window to indicia to be read, for scanning the indicia. The system fur ...


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Howard Shepard, Edward D Barkan, Paul Dvorkis, Boris Metlitsky, Raj Bridgelall, Vladimir Gurevich, Mark Krichever, Yajun Li, Joseph Katz, Vincent Luciano: Retro-reflective scan module for electro-optical readers. Symbol Technologies, Kirschstein et al, March 26, 2002: US06360949 (82 worldwide citation)

A miniaturized electro-optical, retro-reflective scanning module. The module has a base, a first circuit board, and a second circuit board mounted substantially orthogonal to the first circuit board. The base supports a light emitter for producing a scanning beam and optical elements for directing a ...


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Boris Metlitsky, Mark Krichever, Ed Barkan, Howard M Shepard, Jerome Swartz, Joseph Sandor: Arm mounted scanner actuatable by hand movement. Symbol Technologies, March 2, 1993: US05191197 (77 worldwide citation)

A hands-free scanning system for reading indicia having parts of different light reflectivity, including a housing having a window and an actuatable electro-optical scanner in the housing for projecting a light beam through the window to indicia to be read, for scanning the indicia. The system furth ...


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Mark Krichever, Yuri Gofman, Howard M Shepard: Laser diode scanner with improved shock mounting. Symbol Technologies, Kirschstein Ottinger Israel & Schiffmiller, January 23, 1990: US04896026 (77 worldwide citation)

Optical alignment between components in a head of a laser scanner is maintained in the event of external shock. Optical and scanning component assemblies are shock-mounted near their respective centers of mass. A flexible, printed circuit board on which the assemblies are mounted serves as an alignm ...


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Mark Krichever, Boris Metlitsky: Scan pattern generators for bar code symbol readers. Symbol Technologies, October 22, 1991: US05059779 (69 worldwide citation)

The scan pattern, scan direction of at least one scan line, the intensity of a light beam, and the scan rate are individually or collectively changeable in a scanner for reading bar code symbols.


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Mark Krichever, Boris Metlitsky: Point-of-sale system including detachable infinitely adjustable optical scanner with selection of scan pattern. Symbol Technologies, September 29, 1992: US05151581 (59 worldwide citation)

A point-of-sale system includes an infinitely adjustable optical scanner for reading bar code symbols, and a terminal operatively connected to the scanner. A bendable, elongated arm is operative for at least temporarily maintaining the scanner in any selected one of an infinite number of adjusted or ...


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Mark Krichever, Boris Metlitsky: Scan pattern generators for bar code symbol readers. Symbol Technologies, Kirschstein Ottinger Israel & Schiffmiller, June 23, 1992: US05124539 (54 worldwide citation)

Multiple scan line pattern generators including scan patterns composed of intersecting lines are superimposed over bar code symbols to be read. At least one of the scan lines is automatically moved closer to and further away from a reader to perform a zooming function to read far-out and close-in sy ...