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Eric Alan Eckstein, Lawrence Appalucci, Gary Thomas Mazoki: Deactivateable resonant circuit. Checkpoint Systems, Panitch Schwarze Jacobs & Nadel P C, January 19, 1999: US05861809 (139 worldwide citation)

A resonant 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 resonant circuit capable of resonating at a frequency within t ...


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Eckstein Eric Alan, Appalucci Lawrence, Mazoki Gary Thomas: Circuit resonant pouvant etre desactive, Deactivateable resonant circuit. Checkpoint Systems, Checkpoint Systems, GOWLING LAFLEUR HENDERSON, April 1, 1999: CA2304295

A resonant tag (58) used with an electronic article surveillance system for detecting the tag within a surveilled area utilizing electromagnetic energy at a predetermined de-tection frequency includes a resonant circuit (66, 68) capable of resonating at the predetermined detection frequency. The res ...


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Eric Alan Eckstein, Lawrence Appalucci, Gary Thomas Mazoki: Deactivateable resonant circuit. Checkpoint Systems, han hong, October 25, 2000: CN98809404

A resonant 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 resonant circuit capable of resonating at a frequency within t ...


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Eckstein Eric Alan, Appalucci Lawrence, Mazoki Gary Thomas: Deactivateable resonant circuit. Checkpoint Systems, KASTEN Leslie L Jr, April 1, 1999: WO/1999/016032

A resonant tag (58) used with an electronic article surveillance system for detecting the tag within a surveilled area utilizing electromagnetic energy at a predetermined detection frequency includes a resonant circuit (66, 68) capable of resonating at the predetermined detection frequency. The reso ...


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Eckstein Eric Alan, Appalucci Lawrence, Mazoki Gary Thomas: Deactivateable resonant circuit. Checkpoint Systems, July 12, 2000: EP1018099-A1

A resonant 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 resonant circuit capable of resonating at a frequency within t ...


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Eckstein Eric Alan, Appalucci Lawrence, Mozoki Gary Thomas: Deactivateable resonant circuit. Checkpoint Systems, March 26, 2001: KR1020007002986

A resonant tag (58) used with an electronic article surveillance system for detecting the tag within a surveilled area utilizing electromagnetic energy at a predetermined detection frequency includes a resonant circuit (66, 68) capable of resonating at the predetermined detection frequency. The reso ...