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Richard L Grimsley, Dale A Teets, Timothy A Coomer, Paul M Allen: Electronic animal confinement system. Perimeter Technologies Incorporated, Wood Herron & Evans L, November 4, 1997: US05682839 (135 worldwide citation)

A system (10) for confining an animal (18) in an area (16) defined by a boundary signal. The system includes a transmitter (22; 22A) to generate the boundary signal and an emitter such as a wire (20) to define area (16). The system also includes a receiver (26; 26A; 200; 200A) to be carried on the a ...


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Richard L Grimsley, Dale A Teets, Timothy A Coomer, Paul M Allen: Receiver for an electronic animal confinement system. Perimeter Technologies Incorporated, Wood Herron & Evans, October 24, 1995: US05460124 (34 worldwide citation)

A system (10) for confining an animal (18) in an area (16) defined by a boundary signal. The system includes a transmitter (22; 22A) to generate the boundary signal and an emitter such as a wire (20) to define area (16). The system also includes a receiver (26; 26A; 200; 200A) to be carried on the a ...


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Steven K Orr, Timothy A Coomer, John Kuhn, Kevin L Kipper: Radar detector with navigation function. Escort, Wood Herron & Evans, September 3, 2013: US08525723 (9 worldwide citation)

A GPS enabled radar detector incorporated in a general purpose navigation device dynamically handles radar sources based upon previously-stored geographically-referenced information on such sources and data from the GPS receiver. The detector may ignore detections received in an area known to contai ...


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Steven K Orr, Robert Gregory Blair, John Kuhn, Timothy A Coomer: Radar detector with position and velocity sensitive functions. Escort, Wood Herron & Evans, August 18, 2009: US07576679 (9 worldwide citation)

A GPS enabled radar detector dynamically handles radar sources based upon previously stored geographically referenced information on such sources and data from the GPS receiver. The detector includes technology for determining the location of the detector, and comparing this location to the location ...


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Richard L Grimsley, Dale A Teets, Timothy A Coomer, Paul M Allen: Electronic animal confinement system. Wood Herron & Evans, October 19, 1999: US05967094 (8 worldwide citation)

A system (10) for confining an animal (18) in an area (16) defined by a boundary signal. The system includes a transmitter (22; 22A) to generate the boundary signal and an emitter such as a wire (20) to define area (16). The system also includes a receiver (26; 26A; 200; 200A) to be carried on the a ...


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Richard L Grimsley, Dale A Teets, Timothy A Coomer, Paul M Allen: Electronic animal confinement system. Perimeter Technologies Incorporated, Wood Herron & Evans, May 2, 2002: US20020050249-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A system (10) for confining an animal (18) in an area (16) defined by a boundary signal. The system includes a transmitter (22; 22A) to generate the boundary signal and an emitter such as a wire (20) to define area (16). The system also includes a receiver (26; 26A; 200; 200A) to be carried on the a ...


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Steven K Orr, Timothy A Coomer, John Kuhn, Kevin L Kipper: Radar detector with navigation function. Escort, Wood Herron & Evans, June 2, 2015: US09046594

A GPS enabled radar detector incorporated in a general purpose navigation device dynamically handles radar sources based upon previously-stored geographically-referenced information on such sources and data from the GPS receiver. The detector may ignore detections received in an area known to contai ...


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Richard L Grimsley, Dale A Teets, Timothy A Coomer, Paul M Allen: Electronic animal confinement system. Perimeter Technologies Incorporated, Wood Herron & Evans, July 3, 2003: US20030121480-A1

A system (10) for confining an animal (18) in an area (16) defined by a boundary signal. The system includes a transmitter (22; 22A) to generate the boundary signal and an emitter such as a wire (20) to define area (16). The system also includes a receiver (26; 26A; 200; 200A) to be carried on the a ...


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Steven K Orr, Timothy A Coomer, John Kuhn, Kevin L Kipper: Radar detector with navigation function. Escort, May 5, 2011: US20110102232-A1

A GPS enabled radar detector incorporated in a general purpose navigation device dynamically handles radar sources based upon previously-stored geographically-referenced information on such sources and data from the GPS receiver. The detector may ignore detections received in an area known to contai ...