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Joseph A Walczyk

from Ormond Beach, FL
Age ~81

Joseph Walczyk Phones & Addresses

  • 17 Cliffside Dr, Ormond Beach, FL 32174 (386) 676-7644
  • 38 Meadow Ridge Vw, Ormond Beach, FL 32174
  • San Clemente, CA
  • Monarch Beach, CA
  • 316 Scott Ave, Syracuse, NY 13219 (315) 468-6575 (607) 468-6575
  • Henderson, NY
  • Noblesville, IN

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Joseph Walczyk

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Production Manager At Graphic Packaging International

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Regional Account Manager At Tridaq

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Customizable Optical Reader

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US Patent:
6959865, Nov 1, 2005
Filed:
Mar 28, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/402885
Inventors:
Joseph Walczyk - Syracuse NY, US
Dieter Fauth - Schorndorf, DE
David Holzhauer - Camillus NY, US
Robert M. Hussey - Camillus NY, US
Barry Keys - Batavia NY, US
Joseph Livingston - Camillus NY, US
Michael D. Robinson - Weedsport NY, US
Assignee:
Hand Held Products, Inc. - Skaneateles Falls NY
International Classification:
G06K007/10
US Classification:
235454, 235385, 23547202
Abstract:
An optical reader, which is operable in a “host commands” mode and a “host routines” mode. In the “host commands” mode, the reader receives and executes a script routine module from a host. In the “host routines” mode, the reader receives a script routine Module identifier from the host, and the reader, in turn, executes a selected one of a plurality of reader-stored script routine modules based on the identifier.

Customizable Optical Reader

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US Patent:
7159783, Jan 9, 2007
Filed:
Aug 12, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/203667
Inventors:
Joseph Walczyk - Syracuse NY, US
Dieter Fauth - Schorndorf, DE
David Holzhauer - Camillus NY, US
Robert M. Hussey - Camillus NY, US
Barry Keys - Batavia NY, US
Joseph Livingston - Camillus NY, US
Michael D. Robinson - Weedsport NY, US
Assignee:
Hand Held Products, Inc. - Skaneateles Falls NY
International Classification:
G06K 7/10
US Classification:
23547201, 235454, 23546215, 23546245
Abstract:
An optical reader, which is operable in a “host commands” mode and a “host routines” mode. In the “host commands” mode, the reader receives and executes a script routine module from a host. In the “host routines” mode, the reader receives a script routine Module identifier from the host, and the reader, in turn, executes a selected one of a plurality of reader-stored script routine modules based on the identifier.

Method And System For Linking A Wireless Hand Held Optical Reader With A Base Unit Or Other Wireless Device

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US Patent:
7556203, Jul 7, 2009
Filed:
Jun 27, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/168230
Inventors:
Michael D. Robinson - Weedsport NY, US
John Izzo - Auburn NY, US
Joseph Livingston - Camillus NY, US
Clayton Roberts - Tully NY, US
Joseph A. Walczyk - Syracuse NY, US
Assignee:
Hand Held Products, Inc. - Skaneateles Falls NY
International Classification:
G06K 7/10
US Classification:
23546245, 23547201
Abstract:
A retail store network comprising a cash register, server, and hand held optical reader for reading a bar code symbol of an item and generating a decoded out bar code data message. The hand held bar code reader has an electrical connector and a wireless transceiver. The optical reader can be used with a base unit also having an electrical connector and a wireless transceiver. The network is configured so that the hand held bar code reader and the base unit have one linking mode in which the address of the base unit is sent to the hand held bar code reader through their respective electrical connectors. The linking process is completed by way of wireless communication, including the transmission of the address of the hand held bar code reader to the base unit. The hand held bar code reader further comprises circuitry to allow the optical reader to also operate in a linking mode where it can link with other devices that it cannot physically mate its electrical connector with, but can initiate the linking and complete the process wirelessly.

Customizable Optical Reader

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US Patent:
7594610, Sep 29, 2009
Filed:
Jan 8, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/650843
Inventors:
Joseph Walczyk - Syracuse NY, US
Dieter Fauth - Schorndorf, DE
David Holzhauer - Camillus NY, US
Robert M. Hussey - Camillus NY, US
Barry Keys - Batavia NY, US
Joseph Livingston - Camillus NY, US
Michael D. Robinson - Weedsport NY, US
Assignee:
Hand Held Products, Inc. - Skaneateles Falls NY
International Classification:
G06K 7/10
US Classification:
23547202, 235454, 23546215
Abstract:
An optical reader, which is operable in a “host commands” mode and a “host routines” mode. In the “host commands” mode, the reader receives and executes a script routine module from a host. In the “host routines” mode, the reader receives a script routine Module identifier from the host, and the reader, in turn, executes a selected one of a plurality of reader-stored script routine modules based on the identifier.

Method And Apparatus For Uniquely Associating A Bar Code Reading Terminal To A Cash Register In A Retail Store Network

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US Patent:
7686216, Mar 30, 2010
Filed:
Jan 30, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/700265
Inventors:
Joseph Walczyk - Syracuse NY, US
John C. Masters - Tully NY, US
Barry H. Keys - Batavia NY, US
Joseph Livingston - Camillus NY, US
Assignee:
Hand Held Products, Inc. - Skaneateles Falls NY
International Classification:
G06K 15/00
G06K 7/10
G06G 1/12
US Classification:
235383, 23546201, 23546214, 23546215, 23546246, 23547201, 23547202, 705 21
Abstract:
There is provided herein an encoded information reading terminal such as may be provided for by a bar code reading terminal for operation in a network such as a retail store network that is configured in one embodiment to automatically enter a unique association mode of operation subsequent to wirelessly receiving a radio address from one computer of a plurality of computers, e. g. , a cash register address from one cash register out of a plurality of cash registers. In one embodiment a bar code reading terminal can be configured to wait for a cash register address to be wirelessly received as part of a connection request initiated from one cash register out of a plurality of cash registers. A bar code reading terminal can be configured so that when operating in a unique association mode, a bar code reading terminal transmits all decoded bar code messages output by the bar code reading terminal to an external device to the one cash register sending its cash register address.

Customizable Optical Reader

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US Patent:
8474719, Jul 2, 2013
Filed:
Sep 28, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/568465
Inventors:
Joseph Walczyk - Syracuse NY, US
Dieter Fauth - Schorndorf, DE
David M. Holzhauer - Camillus NY, US
Robert M. Hussey - Camillus NY, US
Barry H. Keys - Batavia NY, US
Joseph Livingston - Camillus NY, US
Michael D. Robinson - Weedsport NY, US
Assignee:
Hand Held Products, Inc. - Skaneateles NY
International Classification:
G06K 7/10
US Classification:
235454
Abstract:
An optical reader, which is operable in a “host commands” mode and a “host routines” mode. In the “host commands” mode, the reader receives and executes a script routine module from a host. In the “host routines” mode, the reader receives a script routine Module identifier from the host, and the reader, in turn, executes a selected one of a plurality of reader-stored script routine modules based on the identifier.

Optical Scanner Data Collection Network Employing Multi-Packet Transmission Of Decoded Data

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US Patent:
20020125323, Sep 12, 2002
Filed:
Mar 6, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/799967
Inventors:
David Marrs - Syracuse NY, US
Robert Hussey - Camillus NY, US
Joseph Walczyk - Syracuse NY, US
David Holzhauer - Camillus NY, US
Matthew Pankow - Camillus NY, US
Todd Dueker - Camillus NY, US
Thomas Ruhlman - Skaneateles NY, US
John Pettinelli - Rome NY, US
Assignee:
Welch Allyn Data Collection, Inc.
International Classification:
G06K007/10
G06K009/22
US Classification:
235/462450
Abstract:
A data collection network featuring a plurality of cordless optical scanners communicating to a base terminal is disclosed. The cordless optical scanners are used for reading 2D optically encoded symbols. The optical scanner converts the 2D optically encoded symbol into decoded data. The optical scanner has a packet assembly component that converts the decoded data into packets. A communications component transmits the packets to the base terminal. The decoded data is packetized to accommodate 2D data codes such as PDF417, microPDF, Code One, DataMatrix, MaxiCode, or other 2D symbols. All of these symbols have maximum data capacities exceeding 1,000 bytes of information per symbol. Thus, the data collection network of the present invention provides users with the data transmission capacity required to use high-density data optical bar code symbols in an untethered working environment.

Optical Reader Comprising Good Read Indicator

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US Patent:
20030001018, Jan 2, 2003
Filed:
May 2, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/137474
Inventors:
Robert Hussey - Camillus NY, US
Timothy Fitch - Syracuse NY, US
Lee Kinson - Auburn NY, US
Joseph Walczyk - Syracuse NY, US
Clayton Roberts - Tully NY, US
Assignee:
Hand Held Products, Inc.
International Classification:
G06K007/10
US Classification:
235/472010
Abstract:
The invention is an optical reader which in one embodiment includes reader head having both a top status condition indicator and a rear status condition indicator. A control circuit is adapted to control both of the top and read status condition indicators simultaneously so that an operator is provided with an easily viewed status indicator at the extremes of normal reader viewing angles expected during reader operation. The top status condition indicator may be a keyboard integrated indicator comprising a translucent key and a light source bank disposed to emit light through the translucent key under the control of the control circuit. The rear status condition indicator may be provided by a bank of LEDs operating in combination with a light pipe disposed in the reader to conduct light from the LED bank to the rear of the reader head.
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