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Gary T Mazoki

from Sewell, NJ
Age ~68

Gary Mazoki Phones & Addresses

  • 5 Pluto Dr, Sewell, NJ 08080 (856) 589-0345
  • Palermo, ME
  • Wiscasset, ME
  • Somerville, MA
  • Philadelphia, PA
  • Belfast, ME
  • Voorhees, NJ
  • 5 Pluto Dr, Sewell, NJ 08080

Publications

Us Patents

Activate/Deactiveable Security Tag With Enhanced Electronic Protection For Use With An Electronic Security System

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US Patent:
6400271, Jun 4, 2002
Filed:
Mar 20, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/528637
Inventors:
Lawrence Appalucci - Villanova PA
Alan Paul Dutcher - West Deptford NJ
Gary Thomas Mazoki - Sewell NJ
Anthony Frank Piccoli - Audubon NJ
Assignee:
Checkpoint Systems, Inc. - Thorofare NJ
International Classification:
G08B 1314
US Classification:
3405721, 3405722, 3405723
Abstract:
A security tag for use with an electronic security system which functions within a second frequency range comprises a substantially planar dielectric substrate having first and second sides. A first conductive pattern is provided on the first side of the substrate, the first conductive pattern comprising at least a first inductive element, a first plate of a first capacitive element and a first plate of a second capacitive element. A second conductive pattern located on the second side of the substrate comprises at least a second inductive element, a second plate of the first capacitive element and a second plate of a second capacitive element with the plates of the capacitive elements being generally aligned. The inductive elements and the capacitive elements form a resonant circuit which resonates at a first frequency within a first frequency range which is outside of the second frequency range. A direct electrical connection extends through the substrate to electrically connect the first conductive pattern to the second conductive pattern to thereby continuously maintain both sides of the substrate at substantially same static charge level.

Method Of Making A Series Of Resonant Frequency Tags

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US Patent:
6925701, Aug 9, 2005
Filed:
Mar 13, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/388344
Inventors:
Eric Eckstein - Merion Station PA, US
Gary Mazoki - Sewell NJ, US
Peter Lendering - Terborg, NL
Luis Francisco Soler Bonnin - Guanica PR, US
Takeshi Matsumoto - Kanagawa-ken, JP
Lawrence Appalucci - Villanova PA, US
Assignee:
Checkpoint Systems, Inc. - Thorofare NJ
International Classification:
H01F007/06
US Classification:
296021, 29 2542, 29593, 29605, 29606, 29846, 29850, 174260, 174261, 324633, 324652, 324655, 324656, 336176, 336200, 336229, 3405721, 3405725, 427 79, 427 80, 361737, 361760, 361765, 361766
Abstract:
A method of making a resonant frequency tag which resonates at a predetermined frequency. The method involves providing a first conductive pattern having an inductive element and a first land and a second conductive pattern having a second land and a third land which are joined together by a link. The second conductive pattern is overlaid the first conductive pattern such that the second land is positioned over the first land. The third land is in electrical communication with the inductive element of the first conductive pattern. The formed resonant frequency tag is energized to determine if the tag resonates at the predetermined frequency. If the tag resonates properly, the third land is electrically coupled to the inductive element. If it does not, the second conductive pattern is adjusted so that overlapping portions of the first and second lands are changed, altering the capacitance to adjust the resonant tag frequency.

Security Tag And Process For Making Same

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US Patent:
6988666, Jan 24, 2006
Filed:
Sep 5, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/235733
Inventors:
Lawrence Appalucci - Villanova PA, US
Andre Cote - Williamstown NJ, US
David Lopez Perez - Ponce PR, US
Gary Thomas Mazoki - Sewell NJ, US
Anthony Frank Piccoli - Audubon NJ, US
Rolando Roques Martinez - Ponce PR, US
Luis Francisco Soler Bonnin - Guanica PR, US
Takeshi Matsumoto - Kohza-gun, JP
Hideaki Imaichi - Fujisawa, JP
Assignee:
Checkpoint Systems, Inc. - Thorofare NJ
International Classification:
G06K 19/00
US Classification:
235488, 235487, 235492, 235495
Abstract:
A tag and method of making it. The tag includes a first adhesive layer provided in a first predetermined pattern between a surface of a first substrate and a first conductive foil. The first pattern corresponds to a pattern for a first conductive trace, e. g. , a portion of a resonant circuit. The first conductive foil is laminated, e. g. , adhesively secured, to the surface of the first substrate to form a first conductive layer. A first portion of that layer is shaped, e. g. , die-cut, to generally correspond to the first pattern. A second portion of the first conductive layer not corresponding to the first portion is removed, to establish the first conductive trace, with the adhesive layer confined within the boundaries of the first conductive trace. Another conductive trace is secured to the first conductive trace, with a dielectric therebetween, to form a resonant circuit.

Security Tag With Three Dimensional Antenna Array Made From Flat Stock

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US Patent:
7042413, May 9, 2006
Filed:
Aug 9, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/914432
Inventors:
Gary T. Mazoki - Sewell NJ, US
Anthony F. Piccoli - Audubon NJ, US
Thomas J. Clare - Media PA, US
Eric Eckstein - Merion Station PA, US
Assignee:
Checkpoint Systems, Inc. - Thorofare NJ
International Classification:
H01Q 9/28
US Classification:
343795, 343809
Abstract:
A three-dimensional dipole antenna system for an RFID tag that optimizes detection for a given available volume in which to situate the RFID tag.

Method For Controlling Resonant Tag Frequency

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US Patent:
7076858, Jul 18, 2006
Filed:
Oct 19, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/968387
Inventors:
Eric Eckstein - Merion Station PA, US
Gary Mazoki - Sewell NJ, US
Peter Lendering - Terborg, NL
Luis Francisco Soler Bonnin - Guanica PR, US
Takeshi Matsumoto - Kanagawa-ken, JP
Lawrence Appalucci - Villanova PA, US
Assignee:
Checkpoint Systems, Inc. - Thorofare NJ
International Classification:
G01R 31/28
US Classification:
29593, 29 2542, 295921, 296021, 29832, 29850, 257306, 257310, 257528, 257532, 336176, 336200, 336229, 324633, 324652, 324655, 324656, 361737, 361760, 361765, 361766, 361782, 438 17, 3405721, 3405725
Abstract:
A method of making a resonant frequency tag having a predetermined frequency comprises forming a first conductive pattern comprising an inductive element and a first land having a first end connected to an inductive element end, and a second end spaced a predetermined distance from the first end; separately forming a second conductive pattern comprising a second land having a predetermined width and a link element; placing the second conductive pattern proximate the first conductive pattern at a first location wherein the second land overlies a portion of the first land with a dielectric therebetween establishing capacitive element plates having a first capacitance along with the inductive element forming a resonant circuit; measuring the resonant circuit frequency and comparing the measured and predetermined frequencies moving the second land along of the first land length to match the resonant frequency; and securing the second conductive pattern to the first conductive pattern.

Article Identification And Tracking Using Electronic Shadows Created By Rfid Tags

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US Patent:
7081818, Jul 25, 2006
Filed:
May 17, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/847129
Inventors:
Eric Eckstein - Merion Station PA, US
Gary T. Mazoki - Sewell NJ, US
Assignee:
Checkpoint Systems, Inc. - Thorofare NJ
International Classification:
G08B 13/14
US Classification:
3405721, 3405724, 3405391, 34053913, 34082549, 34082569
Abstract:
A tracking system uses RFID (radio frequency identification) tag technology to facilitate the identification and tracking of items in an environment through a technique known as shadowing. As an object or target moves within a pre-described detection zone with communicating antenna and RFID sensors, the object or target blocks the line of sight between respective antenna and sensors, preventing electromagnetic coupling between the sensor and the antenna and thus casting an electromagnetic shadow along the line of sight. One approach of this invention uses this shadow technique to perform functions such as theft (shrink) deterrence/detection; tracking the motion of objects through an environment by monitoring the shadow; and correlation analysis of people shadows to tagged items (e. g. , merchandise, articles) to foster marketing and merchandizing effectiveness.

Lc Resonant Circuit With Amplification Device

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US Patent:
7129843, Oct 31, 2006
Filed:
Apr 30, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/836837
Inventors:
Anthony F. Piccoli - Audubon NJ, US
Lawrence Appalucci - Villanova PA, US
David Lopez Perez - Ponce PR, US
Gary T. Mazoki - Sewell NJ, US
Assignee:
Checkpoint Systems, Inc. - Thorofare NJ
International Classification:
G08B 13/14
US Classification:
3405721, 342 21, 3405727, 3405728
Abstract:
A security tag includes a combination of a resonant frequency circuit with an adjacent amplification shield for enhancing output signal amplitude. The amplification shield is located adjacent to the resonant frequency circuit and is preferably in the same or substantially the same plane as the resonant frequency circuit or is in a close, generally parallel plane. In an exemplary embodiment, the resonant frequency circuit includes an inductor electrically coupled to a capacitor. The resonant frequency circuit has a center frequency and is arranged to resonate in response to exposure to electromagnetic energy at or near the center frequency, providing an output signal having an amplitude. The amplification shield is arranged to direct a portion of the electromagnetic energy to the resonant frequency circuit to amplify the amplitude of the output signal from the resonant frequency circuit.

Method Of Making A Resonant Frequency Tag

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US Patent:
7168150, Jan 30, 2007
Filed:
Oct 19, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/967947
Inventors:
Eric Eckstein - Merion Station PA, US
Gary Mazoki - Sewell NJ, US
Peter Lendering - Terborg, NL
Luis Francisco Soler Bonnin - Guanica PR, US
Takeshi Matsumoto - Kanagawa-ken, JP
Lawrence Appalucci - Villanova PA, US
Assignee:
Checkpoint Systems, Inc. - Thorofare NJ
International Classification:
G01R 31/28
US Classification:
29593, 29 2542, 295921, 296021, 29605, 29606, 29831, 29832, 174260, 174261, 324633, 324652, 324655, 324656, 336176, 336200, 336229, 3405721, 3405722, 361737, 361760, 361765, 361766, 427 79, 427 80
Abstract:
A method of making a resonant frequency tag which resonates at a predetermined frequency. The method involves providing a first conductive pattern having an inductive element and a first land and a second conductive pattern having a second land and a third land which are joined together by a link. The second conductive pattern is overlaid the first conductive pattern such that the second land is positioned over the first land. The third land is in electrical communication with the inductive element of the first conductive pattern. The formed resonant frequency tag is energized to determine if the tag resonates at the predetermined frequency. If the tag resonates properly, the third land is electrically coupled to the inductive element. If it does not, the second conductive pattern is adjusted so that overlapping portions of the first and second lands are changed, altering the capacitance to adjust the resonant tag frequency.
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