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Robert C Gardiner, Charles P Barber, Eric Coleman, Michael Ehrhart, Colleen P Gannon, Robert J Hennick, William H Havens, Vivian L Hunter, Melvin D McCall, Thomas Ruhlman: Optical reader comprising multiple color illumination. Hand Held Products, Wall Marjama & Bilinski, December 21, 2004: US06832725 (391 worldwide citation)


An imaging module in one embodiment includes at least one multiple color emitting light source comprising a plurality of different colored LED dies each independently driveable so that the overall color emitted by the light source can be controlled and varied. The multiple color emitting light sourc ...


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Andrew Longacre Jr, Robert M Hussey, Michael A Ehrhart, Thomas J Koziol: Optical reader having improved autodiscrimination features. Welch Allyn, Wall Marjama Bilinski & Burr, October 20, 1998: US05825006 (358 worldwide citation)


A method and apparatus for autodiscriminating and decoding any of a plurality of 1D linear bar code symbols which use different 1D symbologies and of 2D matrix bar code symbols which use different 2D finder patterns and 2D symbologies. A processor stores a plurality of 1D decoding programs, a plural ...


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Kenneth G West, James B Moon, Nhedti L Colquitt, Herbert S Weiner, Eric G Petersen, William H Howell: Patient monitoring system. Welch Allyn Protocol, Wall Marjama & Bilinski, April 8, 2003: US06544174 (312 worldwide citation)


A wireless patient monitor is adapted to communicate with any one of plural medical telemetry networks, each having one or more central stations, where each network is configured to communicate via wireless communications using one of multiple different communications settings. The monitor includes ...


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William H Havens, John M Pidhirny, Robert J Hennick: Optical reader having illumination assembly including improved aiming pattern generator. Wall Marjama Bilinski & Burr, May 9, 2000: US06060722 (308 worldwide citation)


An optical assembly for use with optoelectronic readers. An imaging optical assembly having an imaging optical axis forms an image of a two-dimensional region on an optoelectronic imaging device. An aiming pattern generator including at least a point-like aiming light source and an interferometric p ...


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Andrew Longacre Jr, Robert M Husssey: Symbol-controlled image data reading system. Welch Allyn Data Collection, Wall Marjama & Bilinski, October 2, 2001: US06298176 (305 worldwide citation)


The invention relates to a system for imaging a scene comprising an optical reader and a specially structured symbol configured complementarily with the reader so that when the reader reads the symbol, the reader reads image data in an image data reading region. The image reading instruction symbol ...


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Robert M Hussey, Andrew Longacre Jr: Method for generating real time degree of focus signal for handheld imaging device. Welch Allyn, Wall Marjama & Bilinski, June 30, 1998: US05773810 (304 worldwide citation)


A method for generating, substantially in real time, a user perceptible indication of the degree to which the distance between a handheld imaging device and a target object approximates the in-focus distance therebetween. A stored image of the target object is sampled, in accordance with a pattern o ...


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Kenneth G West, Nhedti L Colquitt, Herbert S Weiner, Eric G Petersen, William H Howell: Patient monitoring system. Welch Allyn Protocol, Wall Marjama & Bilinski, April 8, 2003: US06544173 (292 worldwide citation)


A wireless medical telemetry system includes at least one wireless patient monitor configured to collect patient vital signs data, and at least one central station adapted to establish communications with the at least one patient monitor via a wireless transceiver, and to receive the patient vital s ...


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Andrew Longacre Jr, Robert M Hussey: Object sensor system for stationary position optical reader. Welch Allyn, Wall Marjama Bilinski & Burr, September 7, 1999: US05949052 (289 worldwide citation)


The present invention relates to a system for sensing the presence of an object in the field of view of an imaging assembly of a stationary position optical reader. The system includes a specialized symbol disposed in a stationary position in relation to the imaging assembly of a specially configure ...


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Allen J Tower: Intravascular stent with limited axial shrinkage. Numed, Wall Marjama Bilinski & Burr, February 9, 1999: US05868783 (283 worldwide citation)


A radially expandable stent for implantation in a body blood vessel includes a pair of cylindrically shaped end portions made from a malleable metal and formed in a radially expandable fashion. According to the invention, the end portions are joined by a plurality of individual longitudinal wire mem ...


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John M Pidhirny, Richard A Monroe, Michael J Pileski, Robert J Wood: Hand-held optical reader having a detachable lens-guide assembly. Welch Allyn, Wall Marjama & Bilinski, July 28, 1998: US05786586 (280 worldwide citation)


An optical reader is suitable for reading 2-dimensional indicia. The optical reading device, that may include a bar code reader, comprises a lens assembly and a guide detachably mounted on a front portion of the housing for establishing a distance between the lens assembly and an equipment target th ...



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