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Home Security System with Integrated Cellular & Video Technology    

Portfolio discloses an improved home security system with an early priority date and extended intellectual property rights duration.

Overview

A video camera and a microphone are installed at a home’s point of entry that enables two-way conversation between a person standing at the door and homeowner, regardless of the homeowner’s physical location. This system records audio and video signals at the door that can be transmitted to any preprogrammed telephone or cellular-enabled wireless device (homeowner’s cell phone or work telephone). The homeowner can also connect a security service to the audio/video signals through his telephone that helps the service to easily identify and assess a situation. The disclosed system provides for an internal back-up power source that helps the system operate even during power failures. Also, the invention is an independent device that can easily be installed by the homeowner in place of a doorbell activator. Further, the security system is easy to program and install. The video cameras used in the disclosed system are also operable in a low-illumination environment.

Primary Application of the Technology

Security Systems

Patent Summary

U.S. Patent Classes & Classifications Covered in this listing:

Class 455: Telecommunications

This is the generic class for modulated carrier wave communications not elsewhere classifiable.

Subclass 556.1: Integrated with other device

Class 340: Communications: Electrical

Communications - the handling of information or intelligence, restricted to the conveying of said information or intelligence between geographically spaced points. Information or intelligence is defined as being, matter which is handled by signaling systems or signaling devices (such as telegraph systems) or by that portion of nonsignaling systems or nonsignaling devices (such as power supply systems) which is designated in the arts as having a control function (such as the supervisory circuits which control the circuit breakers of an electric power network). Handling, as used above, is defined as being the active coaction between the tangible communication system or device and the intangible information or intelligence, and such coaction may assume various forms, such as transmission, storage, exhibiting, etc.

Subclass 539.14: Including remote residential device
Subclass 539.25: Including video
Subclass 541: Intrusion detection