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John E Seeley, William R Vogt: Advanced video security system. Wells Fargo Alarm Services, Polster Lieder Woodruff & Lucchesi L C, May 30, 2000: US06069655 (215 worldwide citation)

A video security system (10) monitors a premise (F) to detect unwanted intrusions onto the premises. A plurality of cameras (22) located about the premise supply video images of scenes to a processor (12) located which processes the images to detection motion in a scene and classify the source of th ...


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John E Seeley, William R Vogt, Gregory L Hobson, Randal L Dunn: Site control unit for video security system. Esco Electronics Corporation, ADT Services, Polster Lieder Woodruff & Lucchesi L C, August 1, 2000: US06097429 (162 worldwide citation)

A site control unit (12) located at a premises (F) processing video images obtained from a plurality of cameras (22) located about the premises and relaying the presence of a real intrusion to a central station (CS). The site control unit has an image acquisition module (24) receiving video images f ...


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John E Seeley, William R Vogt: Workstation for video security system. Wells Fargo Alarm Services, Polster Lieder Woodruff & Lucchesi LC, July 18, 2000: US06091771 (136 worldwide citation)

A workstation (106) for a security system (10) includes a first video display (602a) displaying status information of video equipment (22) used at the premises to perform the surveillance. A second video display (602b) displays a plurality of thumbnail images of an intrusion scene. A third video dis ...


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William R Vogt, John M Wynne: Bidirectional, interactive fire detection system. Baker, James J Jennings Jr, March 26, 1985: US04507652 (51 worldwide citation)

A Communication System useful for fire detection which transfers data/commands bidirectionally between a controller and connected transponders on a real time, interactive basis. This system makes possible accurate data recovery, whether a transponder has its output shorted, or although multiple tran ...


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William R Vogt, John M Wynne: Bidirectional, interactive fire detection system. Baker, James J Jennings Jr, September 4, 1984: US04470047 (40 worldwide citation)

A communication system useful for fire detection which transfers data/commands bidirectionally between a controller and connected transponders on a real time, interactive basis. This system makes possible accurate data recovery, whether a transponder has its output shorted, or although multiple tran ...


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William R Vogt: Sequential and/or random polling system with virtually instantaneous response time. Baker, James J Jennings, May 3, 1988: US04742335 (40 worldwide citation)

A communication system in which a controller ordinarily polls addressable transponders in a sequential or random manner normally allows the transponders to respond only in their respective assigned time period. Certain of the transponders are connected to allow response in a predefined time segment ...


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William R Vogt: Security system using optical sensors. Wells Fargo Alarm Systems, Polster Lieder Woodruff & Lucchesi, June 15, 1999: US05912619 (31 worldwide citation)

A security system (40) monitoring displacement between a first, fixed unit (20) and a second, movable unit (21) normally in close proximity to each other. A code generator (51) in the first unit (20) generates a coded electrical signal (Sc) supplied to an optical transducer (24) that converts the si ...


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John M Wynne, William R Vogt: Bidirectional, interactive fire detection system. Baker, James J Jennings Jr, July 19, 1983: US04394655 (30 worldwide citation)

The signalling system disclosed herein transmits groups of pulses to a plurality of transponders, and each transponder recognizes its address in a particular group of pulses. The group of pulses can reset the system, command a transponder to accomplish a specific function, or command the transponder ...


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William R Vogt: Security system with enhanced protection against compromising. Baker, James J Jennings, July 18, 1989: US04850018 (24 worldwide citation)

A security system for a protected premise has a controller which receives data, over a pair of line conductors, from the addressed transponder of a series of addressable transponders located within the protected premise and connected across the line. To enhance the security of the system and to prev ...