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Scott R Watterson, William T Dalebout, Darren C Ashby, Robert D Ashby: Systems and methods for enabling two-way communication between one or more exercise devices and computer devices and for enabling users of the one or more exercise devices to competitively exercise. Icon IP, Workman Nydegger, January 23, 2007: US07166064 (61 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods for providing two-way communication between an exercise device and a computer device. A computer device and an exercise device employ different protocol formats and communicate through a translator device, which includes a microcontroller specifically designed to translate data o ...


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Scott R Watterson, William T Dalebout, Darren C Ashby, Robert D Ashby: Systems and methods for enabling two-way communication between one or more exercise devices and computer devices and for enabling users of the one or more exercise devices to competitively exercise. Icon IP, Workman Nydegger, July 7, 2009: US07556590 (45 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods that provide two-way communication between an exercise device and a computer device. A computer device and an exercise device employ different protocol formats and communicate through a translator device, which includes a microcontroller specifically designed to translate data or ...


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Rodney C Kowallis, Darren C Ashby, Robert D Ashby, James Boyd Gerber, Chad J Earl, Rick W Hendrickson: Repetition sensor in exercise equipment. Icon IP, Workman Nydegger, December 8, 2009: US07628737 (17 worldwide citation)

An exercise repetition sensor comprises an electricity generator, such as an electricity generator, which is coupled to an exercise system, where the electricity generator is capable of sensing exercise movements of any size or intensity on the exercise system. The electricity generator can be based ...


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Scott R Watterson, William T Dalebout, Darren C Ashby, Robert D Ashby: Systems and methods for enabling two-way communication between one or more exercise devices and computer devices and for enabling users of the one or more exercise devices to competitively exercise. Workman Nydegger & Seeley, April 18, 2002: US20020045519-A1

Systems and methods for providing two-way communication between an exercise device and a computer device. A computer device and an exercise device employ different protocol formats and communicate through a translator device, which includes a microcontroller specifically designed to translate data o ...


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Scott R Watterson, William T Dalebout, Darren C Ashby, Robert D Ashby: Systems and methods for enabling two-way communication between one or more exercise devices and computer devices and for enabling users of the one or more exercise devices to competitively exercise. Workman Nydegger, September 14, 2006: US20060205569-A1

Systems and methods that provide two-way communication between an exercise device and a computer device. A computer device and an exercise device employ different protocol formats and communicate through a translator device, which includes a microcontroller specifically designed to translate data or ...


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Rodney C Kowallis, Darren C Ashby, Robert D Ashby, James Boyd Gerber, Chad J Earl, Rick W Hendrickson: Repetition sensor in exercise equipment. Workman Nydegger, February 16, 2006: US20060035768-A1

An exercise repetition sensor comprises an electricity generator, such as an electricity generator, which is coupled to an exercise system, where the electricity generator is capable of sensing exercise movements of any size or intensity on the exercise system. The electricity generator can be based ...


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