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Paul Dvorkis, Edward Barkan, Howard Shepard, Joseph Giordano, Yuri Gofman, Robert Doran, John Barile, Henry Grosfeld, Avi Korenshtein, Kevin Cordes, Ophir Chernin, Mitch Maiman, Patrick Wallace: Bar code reader with an integrated scanning component module mountable on printed circuit board. Symbol Technologies, Kirschstein et al, February 13, 2001: US06186400 (158 worldwide citation)

A bar code reader has an integrated scanning component module which is mountable on a printed circuit board. In one embodiment, the module may include the digitizer/decoder electronics, enabling the module to be used with a generic PCB. In some embodiments, the module includes a high speed optical s ...


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Joseph Giordano, Jean Tu, Yuri Gofman, Daniela Stratienco, Timothy Kehoe, Paul Severino, Howard Shepard, Edward Barkan, David Harder, Joel Kahn, Robert Sanders, John Barile, Chang Hong Chen, Steven Chew, Robert Doran, Robert Grabowski: Simplified assembly and automatic testing of components in electro-optical systems for reading coded indicia. Symbol Technologies, Kirschstein et al, December 15, 1998: US05850078 (53 worldwide citation)

Various optical components of an electro-optical system for reading coded indicia are mounted on a chassis snap-mounted in a housing. The optical components are supported by the chassis at an elevation relative to a printed circuit board snap-mounted to the chassis. The optical components are automa ...


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Edward Trant, Robert Doran, Philip W Swift, Carl Thelemann: Lockable storage cradle for battery-operated electronic device. Symbol Technologies, Kirschstein et al, December 14, 1999: US06002236 (49 worldwide citation)

A battery-powered device, especially a hand-held, data collection terminal having an electro-optical scanner, includes a main housing, a battery pack separate from the main housing, and a latching mechanism for latching the battery pack in its assembled position on the main housing in which it is pa ...


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Edward Trant, Robert Doran, Philip W Swift, Carl Thelemann: Latchable battery pack for battery-operated electronic device having controlled power shutdown and turn on. Symbol Technologies, Kirschstein et al, June 9, 1998: US05762512 (49 worldwide citation)

A battery-powered device (10), especially a hand-held, data collection terminal having an electro-optical scanner, includes a housing (11), a battery pack (12) separate from the housing (11), and a latching mechanism (18) for latching the battery pack (12) in its assembled position on the housing (1 ...


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Paul Dvorkis, Edward Barkan, Howard Shepard, Joseph Giordano, Yuri Gofman, Robert Doran, John Barile, Henry Grosfeld, Avi Korenshtein, Kevin Cordes, Ophir Chernin, Mitch Maiman, Patrick Wallace: Bar code reader with an integrated scanning component module mountable on printed circuit board. Symbol Technologies, Kirschstein et al, August 19, 2003: US06607132 (39 worldwide citation)

A bar code reader has an integrated scanning component module which is mountable on a printed circuit board. In one embodiment, the module may include the digitizer/decoder electronics, enabling the module to be used with a generic PCB. In some embodiments, the module includes a high speed optical s ...


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Joseph Giordano, Jean Tu, Yuri Gofman, Daniela Stratienco, Timothy Kehoe, Paul Severino, Howard Shepard, Edward Barkan, David Harder, Joel Kahn, Robert Sanders, John Barile, Chang Hong Chen, Steven Chew, Robert Doran, Robert Grabowski: Scanner with shock-absorbing canopy overmolded with linear of housing. Symbol Technologies, Kirschstein et al, November 27, 2001: US06321990 (38 worldwide citation)

Various optical components of an electro-optical system for reading coded indicia are mounted on a chassis snap-mounted in a housing. The optical components are supported by the chassis at an elevation relative to a printed circuit board snap-mounted to the chassis. The optical components are automa ...


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Henry Grosfeld, Robert Doran, Paul Dvorkis, Hal Charych: Compact bar code scanning module with shock protection. Symbol Technologies, Kirschstein et al, December 3, 1996: US05581067 (31 worldwide citation)

A scanner module for use in a bar code reader has a scanning mirror which is mounted to a bracket by way of leaf-spring, allowing the mirror to oscillate in one direction. The bracket is hung from a stationary chassis by means of two strips of mylar film, allowing the entire bracket to oscillate in ...


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Bart Reier, Patrick Nixon, Robert Doran: Housing and actuator button assembly. Ericsson, Jenkens & Gilchrist, September 29, 1998: US05813520 (20 worldwide citation)

An actuator button is mounted in a housing by a cantilevered beam fixedly attached to the intermediate portion of a torsion beam. The ends of the torsion beam are nonrotatably fixed with respect to the housing. The actuator button is maintained at a normal, spaced-apart position with respect to a sw ...


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Harold Charych, Robert Doran: Tilting wall-mounted optical scanner. Symbol Technologies, Fish & Richardson, December 26, 1995: US05478998 (19 worldwide citation)

A wall-mounted, hands-free scanner capable of having its field of view adjusted using a pivot structure with a position-holding mechanism. The spacing of the field of view from the wall can be quickly adjusted to accommodate different size objects and different placement of indicia on objects. The s ...


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Kenneth Zins, Paul Severino, Robert Doran, Mitch Maiman, Yuri Gofman, Ryan McGann: Stapler. Staples The Office Superstore, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks P C, July 8, 2008: US07395955 (18 worldwide citation)

A stapler includes a body and a strike plate movably mounted to the body between a rest position and a loaded position. The strike plate is adapted to drive a staple into a target object. The strike plate may be moved from the rest position to the loaded position by a loading mechanism against the b ...