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Q: Hello. I need the complete patent No 6,616,673

I believe this is just a brief of the patent. I need it completly

3 Lawyer Answers
Bill Hulsey
Bill Hulsey
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  • Patents Lawyer
  • Austin, TX

A: go to www.pat2pdf.org

Kevin E. Flynn
Kevin E. Flynn
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  • Patents Lawyer
  • Chapel Hill, NC

A: https://patents.google.com/patent/US6616673B1/en?oq=6%2c616%2c673 has the HTML and the PDF.

I hope that this helps.

Kevin E Flynn

Sarita L. Pickett
Sarita L. Pickett
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  • Patents Lawyer
  • Manchester, NH

A: Both of the below answers will give you the patent certificate. You can also use the patent number (6616673 no commas) to retrieve it from the USPTO Official Government website:

https://patft.uspto.gov/netahtml/PTO/srchnum.htm

However, on the off chance that you're actually looking for the entire patent prosecution history (also called the file wrapper) then I recommend you visit government's online Public Patent Application Information Retrieval databse instead:

https://portal.uspto.gov/pair/PublicPair

Good luck!

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