Bernard M Ciongoli

from Waretown, NJ
Age ~76

Bernard Ciongoli Phones & Addresses

  • 21 Belmar Blvd, Waretown, NJ 08758 (973) 790-7563
  • 17 Liberty Ridge Trl, Totowa, NJ 07512
  • Paterson, NJ
  • Fairfield, NJ
  • 99 Black Oak Ridge Rd, Wayne, NJ 07470
  • Philadelphia, PA


Company: HACKENSACK ANESTHESIOLOGY ASSOCIATES P Address: 30 Prospect Ave Suite 2703, Hackensack, NJ 07601 Phones: (201) 996-2419 (201) 996-3962


School / High School: Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine 2009





Professional Records

Medicine Doctors

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Dr. Bernard C Ciongoli, Philadelphia PA - DO (Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine)

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162 Levering St, Philadelphia, PA 19127

30 Prospect Ave Suite 2703, Hackensack, NJ 07601
(201) 996-2419 (Phone), (201) 996-3962 (Fax)
Medical School
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
Graduated: 2009
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Bernard Ciongoli, Drexel Hill PA

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501 N Lansdowne Ave, Drexel Hill, PA 19026
30 Prospect Ave, Hackensack, NJ 07601

Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Bernard Ciongoli
Weichert Co, Realtors/wayne
501 Mc Bride Ave, Little Falls, NJ 07424
(973) 696-6660
Bernard C. Ciongoli
The Center for Dentistry at Humc A New Jersey Not for Profit
Dentist's Office
30 Prospect Ave, Hackensack, NJ 07601
Bernard M. Ciongoli
Chairman, President, Director
Tech Labs Community Networks Inc
955 Belmont Ave, Paterson, NJ 07508


Us Patents

Physical Switched Network Security

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US Patent:
20020133717, Sep 19, 2002
Mar 13, 2001
Appl. No.:
Bernard Ciongoli - Totowa NJ, US
Salvatore Grisafi - Naples FL, US
International Classification:
US Classification:
A security system for a communications network includes a system which audits and monitors network activity for an intruder. The system also includes a circuit switch which makes and breaks a physical connection between an external portion of the communications network and a private portion of the communications network. The auditing and monitoring system is connected to the circuit switch, preferably through a back channel inaccessible to an intruder, to control the circuit switch to disconnect the intruder from the private portion of the communications network and to connect the intruder to a decoy in a substantially undetectable manner.

Three-Dimensional Spatial Image System

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US Patent:
46928782, Sep 8, 1987
Mar 29, 1985
Appl. No.:
Bernard M. Ciongoli - Totowa NJ
Ampower Technologies, Inc. - Totowa NJ
International Classification:
G06F 1540
G09G 320
G06K 942
US Classification:
A system in which a three-dimensional image of an object is stored in a data input device in the form of a family of points each defined by digital data representing the x-y-z Cartesian coordinates of the point. Digital signals derived from the data input device are applied through a digital interface to an electronic display on whose face is presented a two-dimensional image of the object constituted by pixels, the positions of which correspond to the x-y coordinates in the family of points. The interface functions to selectively activate each pixel to render it luminous. The selectively-activated luminous pixels are projected into a model space by a lens which is driven to rotate at a constant rate on an axle that is normal to the optical axis of the lens and is parallel to the display face whereby the angle of the lens relative to the face undergoes continuous change. Associated with the driven lens is a sensor that yields a reference pulse each time the lens is at a predetermined angle in the course of a revolution. The interface acts in response to the reference pulse to compute the changing angles assumed by the lens in the course of each revolution to produce lens-angle signals, and the interface processes the x-y-z digital data signals received from the input device in relation to the computed lens-angle signals to cause activation of the related pixel in the display at the instant at which the lens angle is such as to project a luminous dot or dixel in the model space at a location in accordance with the z-coordinate whereby rotation on the lens results in a family of luminous dixels in the model space to create a three-dimensional spatial image of the stored object.
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