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  • Brooklyn, NY
  • Oakhurst, NJ
  • Asbury Park, NJ
  • Wilmington, DE
  • 128 Thornhill Rd, Fairfield, CT 06430
  • San Francisco, CA
  • New York, NY
  • Staten Island, NY
  • PO Box 905, Oakhurst, NJ 07755

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Peter Digiulio

License #:
55581 - Expired
Category:
Professional
Issued Date:
Oct 2, 2013
Expiration Date:
Oct 2, 2014

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Us Patents

Payment Systems And Methods For Accelerating Debt Payoff And Reducing Interest Expense

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US Patent:
20130041816, Feb 14, 2013
Filed:
Aug 9, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/571194
Inventors:
Peter C. DiGiulio - Oakhurst NJ,
Lynn R. Simmons - Port Washington NY,
Jaroslav Kardash - Minsk,
Kathy Ann Ventour - Newark NJ,
Lauren B. Lazarus - Bayside NY,
International Classification:
G06Q 20/14
US Classification:
705 40
Abstract:
The electronic payment systems and methods of the present disclosure accelerate debt payoff and reduce interest expense. A method of operating an electronic payment system includes storing funding source information in a database, storing funding schedule information, which includes funding schedule type, corresponding to the funding source information in the database, and allocating an available funding amount from at least one funding source to a plurality of recurring payment accounts based upon the funding source information, the funding schedule information, and recurring payment account information. A method of enrolling at least one client in an electronic payment system includes receiving client information, which includes funding source information and payment account information, selecting a regular funding cycle, determining a regular funding amount, determining a plurality of potential funding profiles based upon the client information, and selecting at least one funding profile from the plurality of potential funding profiles.

Microprocessor Motor Controller Having Discrete Processing Cycles

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US Patent:
48975877, Jan 30, 1990
Filed:
Dec 8, 1988
Appl. No.:
7/281354
Inventors:
Peter C. DiGiulio - Bridgeport CT
Francis E. McDermott - Danbury CT
Edilberto I. Salazar - Brookfield CT
Mark W. Van Gorp - Danbury CT
Ido Weisman - Rego Park NY
Assignee:
Pitney Bowes Inc. - Stamford CT
International Classification:
G06F 1520
US Classification:
318625
Abstract:
The motor controller system controls the respective motors of a plurality of cooperative apparatus associated with an article processing system, the article processing system for performing a plurality of functions upon an article traversing the article processing system and comprises a motor driver board having a plurality of input channels and a plurality of respective output channels. The motors are in line communication with a respective one of the output channels of the motor driver board. A programmable microprocessor is in bus communication with the driver board's input channels. A plurality of sensors are respectively mounted to each of the apparatus and in bus communication with the programmable microprocessor, the sensors being strategically located on the apparatus to provide such information to the microprocessor as article size, position and velocity information and to provide apparatus operation information. The microprocessor is programmed such that a cycle is preformed at a desired frequency, each control cycle being divided into discrete time intervals during which respective time interval the microprocessor transmits motor control command information to the driver board for respective motors and during other of the time intervals the microprocessor reads information from the sensors. The microprocessor is further programmed to perform additional processing during at least one of said time intervals.

Electronic Postage Meter Having Power Up And Power Down Protection Circuitry

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US Patent:
47470577, May 24, 1988
Filed:
Mar 12, 1985
Appl. No.:
6/710873
Inventors:
Peter C. DiGiulio - Easton CT
Warren G. Hafner - Lake Carmel NY
Henry Stalzer - Danbury CT
Assignee:
Pitney Bowes Inc. - Stamford CT
International Classification:
G06F 100
G06F 1320
G06F 1520
US Classification:
364464
Abstract:
A method and apparatus for providing enhanced security to the non-volatile memory of an electronic postage meter during power up and power down of the meter is disclosed. The apparatus comprises means for detecting a regulated voltage level of the meter, means for detecting an unregulated voltage level of the meter, means for detecting a predetermined frequency from a system clock associated with the meter and a reset delay circuit responsive to the detected unregulated voltage, detected regulated voltage and the predetermined clock frequency for allowing access to the non-volatile memories if the unregulated voltage level, the regulated level and the clock frequency have reached their appropriate levels and preventing access to the memories otherwise. Through the use of this circuitry the critical accounting information within the memories is protected during the powering up and powering down of the postage meter.

Control System For Moistener

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US Patent:
50987348, Mar 24, 1992
Filed:
Oct 31, 1990
Appl. No.:
7/606255
Inventors:
Kevin J. O'Dea - Sandy Hook CT
Norman J. Bergman - Danbury CT
Peter C. DiGiulio - Bridgeport CT
Donald T. Dolan - Ridgefield CT
James L. Vanderpool - Easton CT
Assignee:
Pitney Bowes Inc. - Stamford CT
International Classification:
B05C 102
B05B 1200
US Classification:
427 8
Abstract:
A moistening arrangement for moistening the flaps of envelopes comprising a guide path for guiding envelopes, a moistener, an arrangement for moving the moistener transversely of the guide path, a first drive for moving envelopes at a first speed onto the guide path, a detector for detecting the first speed, and a second drive for moving envelopes away from the guide path at a second speed. The first and second drives are spaced apart a distance less than the lengths of the envelopes. A sensor arrangement senses the widths of the flaps of envelopes at a determined position between the first and second drives, and a control arrangement is provided for controlling the position of the moistener as a function of the speed of an initial portion of the envelope, and as a function of the speed of a final portion of the envelope.

Multiple Channel Servo Configuration

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US Patent:
49317121, Jun 5, 1990
Filed:
Dec 28, 1988
Appl. No.:
7/291474
Inventors:
Peter C. DiGiulio - Bridgeport CT
Norman J. Bergman - Danbury CT
Edilberto I. Salazar - Brookfield CT
Assignee:
Pitney Bowes Inc. - Stamford CT
International Classification:
G05B 1132
US Classification:
318625
Abstract:
The multiple channel servo system engages in bus communication with a micro-controller, motor driver for driving a plurality of motors and motor servo for providing servo information for selected ones of the motors. The micro-controller generates respective motion command profile information for each of the selected motors. RAM is provided for receiving and storing the motion command profile information from the micro-controller for the selected motors. The servo system sequentially compares the respective servo information with the respective motor command information and generating respective motor control information for the respective motor for causing the motor driver to cause the respective motor to closely track the respective motor command profile. RAM memory is also provided for receiving and storing microcode for each of the selected motors. The arithmetic logic unit (ALU) of the servo system can be selectively configurable for the selected motors in accordance with the microcode such that the arithmetic logic unit can be reconfigured to sequentially generate respective motor control information for the selected motors.

Sensor Processor For High-Speed Mail-Handling Machine

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US Patent:
51542463, Oct 13, 1992
Filed:
Mar 8, 1991
Appl. No.:
7/666769
Inventors:
Peter C. DiGiulio - Fairfield CT
Williams J. Linkowski - Poughquag NY
Francis E. McDermott - Watertown CT
Edilberto I. Salazar - Brookfield CT
Robert J. Tolmie - Brookfield CT
Assignee:
Pitney Bowes Inc. - Stamford CT
International Classification:
G01G 1940
G06F 1520
US Classification:
177 2515
Abstract:
A sensor processor for cooperating with a drive controller in a high-speed mail-handling machine. The sensor processor access periodically a plurality of sensors distributed throughout the machine, and then writes the sensor data to an NVM-RAM shared with the drive controller. Time-critical sensors are accessed more frequently than non-time-critical sensors.

Electronic Postage Meter Having A Nonvolatile Memory Selection Means

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US Patent:
47108827, Dec 1, 1987
Filed:
Mar 12, 1985
Appl. No.:
6/710871
Inventors:
Peter C. DiGiulio - Easton CT
Henry Stalzer - Danbury CT
Assignee:
Pitney Bowes Inc. - Stamford CT
International Classification:
G06F 1300
G06F 1312
G06F 704
US Classification:
364464
Abstract:
An electronic postage meter having an improved memory selection circuit is disclosed. A custom memory map decoder circuit with resolution down to a single byte location is used to provide selection enabling signals to insure the selection of an appropriate device only when the addresses appropriate to that device are communicated. In accordance with the invention, at least two nonvolatile memories are provided. Writing to either of these nonvolatile memories is inhibited unless one and only one memory is selected. The circuit also prevents the selection of either of the nonvolatile memories in the event that the write strobe signal to the memories is held active.

Electronic Postage Meter Having Memory Write Access Second Chance Hard Timer Means

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US Patent:
54385199, Aug 1, 1995
Filed:
Feb 10, 1993
Appl. No.:
7/989673
Inventors:
Peter C. DiGiulio - Fairfield CT
Assignee:
Pitney Bowes Inc. - Stamford CT
International Classification:
G06F 1520
US Classification:
36446402
Abstract:
A postage meter control system includes a microcomputer having a programmable microprocessor. The microcomputer is in communication with a decoder integrated circuit (Decoder IC). The Decoder IC has a first write control flip-flop and a second write control flip-flop, as in the preferred embodiment there are redundant non-volatile memories. Each control flip-flop has an output to a respective AND gate. The Decoder IC includes a dual timer which has an output to the control flip-flops. As a result, when the microcomputer enters write routine, the timer releases the control flip-flops to allow the system to be write enabled. If the write routine encounters a error, resulting in the timer timing out, the timer resets the control flip-flop and communicates with the microcomputer to try a retry. A more detailed description, and other features and advantages will become apparent in conjunction with the detailed description of the preferred embodiment.
Peter C Digiulio from Brooklyn, NY, age ~67 Get Report