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Rex Aleshire Phones & Addresses

  • Buford, GA
  • Cambridge, OH
  • 216 4Th St, Byesville, OH 43723 (740) 685-2774
  • Zanesville, OH
  • 216 S 4Th St #A, Byesville, OH 43723

Work

Position: Service Occupations

Education

Degree: Associate degree or higher

Business Records

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Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Rex Aleshire
Principal
Rex A Aleshire
Business Services at Non-Commercial Site
3625 Hamil Chase Way, Buford, GA 30519

Publications

Us Patents

Linear Variable Filter Spectrometer

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US Patent:
6373574, Apr 16, 2002
Filed:
Mar 13, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/804895
Inventors:
Yeming Gu - Suwanee GA
Michael A. Spencer - Suwanee GA
Jeffrey P. Treptau - Golden Valley MN
Stephen J. Ames - Lawrenceville GA
Daniel B. Seevers - Duluth GA
Rex A. Aleshire - Buford GA
Hong Tang - Suwanee GA
Assignee:
NCR Corporation - Dayton OH
International Classification:
G01N 2125
US Classification:
356419, 356326, 356328
Abstract:
A produce data collector and produce recognition system which illuminates a produce item with substantially uniform light to enhance the accuracy of collected produce data and subsequent identification of the produce item as part of a transaction in a transaction establishment. The produce data collector includes a light source for illuminating the produce item with substantially uniform light during the transaction, a light separating element for splitting light collected from the produce item into a plurality of different light portions having different wavelengths, a detector for converting energy in the plurality of light portions into a plurality of electrical signals, and control circuitry which digitizes the plurality of electrical signals to produce a digital spectrum from the produce item which contains information to identify the produce item for the purpose of determining its unit price.

Protective Cover For Housing For Data Processing Mechanism

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US Patent:
4698707, Oct 6, 1987
Filed:
Oct 15, 1985
Appl. No.:
6/787356
Inventors:
George Heys - Cambridge OH
Rex A. Aleshire - Cambridge OH
Harold J. Sampson - Cambridge OH
Assignee:
NCR Corporation - Dayton OH
International Classification:
G11B 5016
G11B 5012
A47B 8100
A47G 1926
US Classification:
360 99
Abstract:
A protective cover for electronical equipment such as a magnetic disk read-record unit includes a hinged cover element having sealing surfaces disposed on the edges thereof to prevent pollutants from being drawn into the electronic equipment, and also includes an actuator on the exterior of the cover which extends therethrough and cooperates with a mating element on the housing of the electronic equipment when said cover element is closed, to effect latching of the cover element in place and operation of the electronic equipment when said actuator is operated.

Modular Bar Code Scanner And Scale Assembly

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US Patent:
6161758, Dec 19, 2000
Filed:
Feb 23, 1995
Appl. No.:
8/392598
Inventors:
Donald A. Collins - Duluth GA
Rex A. Aleshire - Buford GA
Douglas A. Baehl - Lawrenceville GA
Stephen J. Ames - Lawrenceville GA
Assignee:
NCR Corporation - Dayton OH
International Classification:
G06K 710
US Classification:
23546201
Abstract:
A modular bar code scanner and scale assembly which does not use wire cables to connect a bar code scanner to a scale. The assembly includes a bar code scanner including a first printed circuit board having a connector, and a scale including a second printed circuit board having a connector which directly couples to the connector of the first printed circuit board when the scanner is coupled to the scale.

Produce Data Collector And Produce Recognition System

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US Patent:
6332573, Dec 25, 2001
Filed:
Nov 10, 1998
Appl. No.:
9/189783
Inventors:
Yeming Gu - Suwanee GA
Michael A. Spencer - Suwanee GA
Donald A. Collins - Lawrenceville GA
Jeffrey P. Treptau - Golden Valley MN
Stephen J. Ames - Lawrenceville GA
Daniel B. Seevers - Duluth GA
Rex A. Aleshire - Buford GA
Hong Tang - Suwanee GA
Assignee:
NCR Corporation - Dayton OH
International Classification:
G06K 710
US Classification:
23546206
Abstract:
A produce data collector and produce recognition system which illuminates a produce item with substantially uniform light to enhance the accuracy of collected produce data and subsequent identification of the produce item as part of a transaction in a transaction establishment. The produce data collector includes a light source for illuminating the produce item with substantially uniform light during the transaction, a light separating element for splitting light collected from the produce item into a plurality of different light portions having different wavelengths, a detector for converting energy in the plurality of light portions into a plurality of electrical signals, and control circuitry which digitizes the plurality of electrical signals to produce a digital spectrum from the produce item which contains information to identify the produce item for the purpose of determining its unit price.

Scanning And Collection System For A Compact Laser

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US Patent:
4971410, Nov 20, 1990
Filed:
Jul 27, 1989
Appl. No.:
7/386377
Inventors:
Charles K. Wike - Ithaca NY
Rex A. Aleshire - Byesville OH
Assignee:
NCR Corporation - Dayton OH
International Classification:
G02B 2608
US Classification:
350 65
Abstract:
A self-contained optical scanning unit for use in a bar code scanner includes a motor driven hollow drive shaft through which is projected a laser light beam from a laser source positioned adjacent one end of the drive shaft. Mounted on the other end of the drive shaft is an optical transceiver which includes a deflecting portion which deflects the laser light beam outwardly towards a ring of mirrors which forms a scanning pattern for scanning a coded indicia and a collection portion which collects the reflected light beams from the coded indicia and directs the light beams at a detecting member. The collection portion of the transceiver is orientated obliquely across the spin axis of the drive shaft while the deflection portion is oriented obliquely to the spin axis and to the face of the collection portion. The detection member is located on the spin axis between the transceiver and the coded indicia.

Convertible Barcode Scanner

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US Patent:
5975417, Nov 2, 1999
Filed:
Dec 19, 1997
Appl. No.:
8/994784
Inventors:
Michael A. Spencer - Suwanee GA
Rex A. Aleshire - Buford GA
Donald A. Collins - Lawrenceville GA
Assignee:
NCR Corporation - Dayton OH
International Classification:
G06K 710
US Classification:
23546236
Abstract:
A convertible barcode scanner includes a housing in which are disposed a laser, spinner, and plurality of pattern mirrors optically aligned with the spinner for reflecting a beam from the laser to produce a first pattern of scan lines out a window at a first exit angle. A conversion mount adjustably supports a diverting one of the pattern mirrors in different tilt orientations for changing reflection angle thereon and correspondingly changing at least one of the scan lines from the first exit angle to a different exit angle.

Checkout System

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US Patent:
3990540, Nov 9, 1976
Filed:
Sep 4, 1975
Appl. No.:
5/610484
Inventors:
Rex A. Aleshire - Byesville OH
Floyd G. Speraw - Cambridge OH
Harold J. Sampson - Cambridge OH
Assignee:
NCR Corporation - Dayton OH
International Classification:
A47F 902
US Classification:
186 1AC
Abstract:
There is disclosed a checkout system for use in a supermarket or other retail merchandise store or the like. The checkout system includes a stand alone label scanner device for scanning data bearing labels on the merchandise items and a bag supporting cart pivotally secured at one end to the floor adjacent the scanning device for supporting bags in an open position to receive merchandise items. Associated with the bagging cart is a counter shelf member pivotally attached to the cart. Slidably mounted on the shelf member is a shelf extension member. In one mode of operation the cart is positioned adjacent the discharged end of the scanning device to allow the checkout operator to move in one motion the merchandise items past the scanning device and into a bag located on the cart. In a second mode of operation, the cart is pivoted away from the scanning device where the counter shelf and its extension are moved to a position engaging the scanning unit to allow a bagger operator to continue to receive items from the scanning unit for loading into the same bags. The use of a bagging cart which can be selectively mounted on the floor in any position with respect to the checkout area allows the arrangement of the checkout area to be varied depending on the overall checkout system desired.

System For Selectively Coupling A Plurality Of Stations Into A Single Communications Path

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US Patent:
4682325, Jul 21, 1987
Filed:
Dec 27, 1984
Appl. No.:
6/686579
Inventors:
George Heys - Cambridge OH
Rex A. Aleshire - Cambridge OH
Frank Hines - Cambridge OH
William M. Belknap - Cambridge OH
Assignee:
NCR Corporation - Dayton OH
International Classification:
H04J 302
US Classification:
370 85
Abstract:
A system is disclosed for selectively serially coupling a plurality of stations in a communications network into a single communications path. In the system of the invention, a plurality of tap boxes are serially coupled into the single communications path. Each station is coupled to a desired associated one of the tap boxes by way of an associated tap cable. When the tap cable is connected to a first portion of the tap box, a first impedance corresponding to the characteristic impedance of the single communications path is serially coupled into the single communications path to enable the station associated with the tap cable to be coupled to the single communications path by way of the first impedance. When the tap cable is connected to a second portion of the tap box, the first impedance is effectively removed from the single communications path and a test impedance is coupled to the tap cable to enable the station associated with the tap cable to test itself. In a first embodiment, the first and second portions of the tap box are respectively the tip and ring contacts of a stereo jack.
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