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Appalucci Lawrence, Bonnin Luis Francisco Soler, Mazoki Gary Thomas, Peirce Roger Jay, Piccoli Anthony Frank, Rankin Mark James: Security tag. Checkpoint Systems, September 10, 1997: EP0794520-A1 (5 worldwide citation)

A security tag (10) used with an electronic article surveillance system for detecting the presence of the tag (10) within a surveilled area utilizing electromagnetic energy at a frequency within a predetermined detection frequency range includes a dielectric substrate having first (16) and second op ...


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Imaichi Hideaki, Matsumoto Takeshi, Mazoki Gary Thomas, Piccoli Anthony Frank: Resonant tag. Checkpoint Mfg Japan, June 13, 2001: EP1107205-A2 (2 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a resonant tag including an insulating thin film and coiled circuits made of a metal foil respectively formed on both sides of the insulating thin film. The coiled circuits are formed in an electrically connected relation to each other with a space at the center of the insul ...


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Appalucci Lawrence, Cote Andre, Lopez, Perez David, Mazoki Gary Thomas, Piccoli Anthony Frank, Martinez Rolando Roques, Soler, Bonnin Luis Francisco, Matsumoto Takeshi, Imaichi Hideaki: Security tag and process for making same. Checkpoint Systems, SICKLES Louis II, March 27, 2003: WO/2003/024708 (2 worldwide citation)

A method of making a resonant frequency circuit is disclosed. The method includes the steps of: (1) forming a first adhesive layer in a first predetermined pattern on a surface of a first substrate; (2) laminating a first conductive foil to the surface of the first substrate to form a first conducti ...


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Appalucci Lawrence, Cote Andre, Lopez Perez David, Mazoki Gary Thomas, Piccoli Anthony Frank, Martinez Rolando Roque, Soler Bonnin Luis Francisco, Matsumoto Takeshi, Imaichi Hideaki: Security tag and process for making same. Checkpoint Systems, June 16, 2004: EP1427585-A1

A method of making a resonant frequency circuit is disclosed. The method includes the steps of: (1) forming a first adhesive layer in a first predetermined pattern on a surface of a first substrate; (2) laminating a first conductive foil to the surface of the first substrate to form a first conducti ...


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Davies John Edwin Jr, Appalucci Lawrence, Dutcher Alan Paul, Mazoki Gary Thomas, Piccoli Anthony Frank: Activatable/deactivatable security tag with enhanced electrostatic protection for use with an electronic security system. Checkpoint Systems, February 12, 2003: EP1282889-A1

A security tag (20) for use with an electronic security system which functions within a second frequency range comprises a substantially planar dielectric substrate (22) having first and second sides (24,26). A first conductive pattern (28) is provided on the first side of the substrate, the first c ...


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Bonnin Luis Francisco Soler, Mazoki Gary Thomas, Peirce Roger Jay, Piccoli Anthony Frank, Rankin Mark James, Appalucci Lawrence: Etiquette de securite et sa methode de fabrication, Security tag and manufacturing method. Checkpoint Systems, Checkpoint Systems, GOWLING LAFLEUR HENDERSON, March 30, 2004: CA2199097

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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Davies John Edwin Jr, Appalucci Lawrence, Dutcher Alan Paul, Mazoki Gary Thomas, Piccoli Anthony Frank: Activatable/deactivatable security tag with enhanced electrostatic protection for use with an electronic security system. Checkpoint Systems, KASTEN Leslie L Jr, September 27, 2001: WO/2001/071686

A security tag (20) for use with an electronic security system which functions within a second frequency range comprises a substantially planar dielectric substrate (22) having first and second sides (24,26). A first conductive pattern (28) is provided on the first side of the substrate, the first c ...


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Davies John Edwin Jr, Appalucci Lawrence, Dutcher Alan Paul, Mazoki Gary Thomas, Piccoli Anthony Frank: Activatable/deactivatable security tag with enhanced electrostatic protection for use with an electronic security system. Checkpoint Systems, September 21, 2002: TW503378

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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Appalucci Lawrence, Bonnin Luis Francisco Soler, Mazoki Gray T, Peirce Roger Jay, Piccoli Anthony Frank: Security tag and manufacturing method. Checkpoint Systems, June 1, 2000: TW392132

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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Appalucci Lawrence, Bonnin Luis Francisco Soler, Mazoki Gary Thomas, Peirce Roger Jay, Piccoli Anthony Frank, Rankin Mark James: Safety tag and its producing method. Checkpoint Syst, January 6, 1999: JP1999-003476

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To enhance the uniformity of the size of a inductor coil and also to improve the stability of a resonant frequency by making a guard member that is an uncontinuous conductive member extend at least partially over ambient outer edges of a dielectric substrate and surround at lea ...