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BELT CLIP AND LANYARD COMBINATION

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000005888D
Original Publication Date: 1990-Mar-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2001-Nov-14
Document File: 1 page(s) / 36K

Publishing Venue

Motorola

Related People

Jeffrey S. King: AUTHOR [+2]

Abstract

Most pagers use either a belt clip or a lanyard and chain attachment as a means of retention. Some units provide features so that the end user has the option of attaching or detaching both clips. This can lead to a storage problem, relating to the feature which is detached at any particular time. This dilemma can be eliminated by combining the two' units into one integrated component. In other words, a belt clip assembly that when attached, functions as a standard belt clip; However, when detached functions as a lanyard and chain. This system eliminates the need for storage of either the belt clip or lanyard.

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MOlYlROLA Technical Developments Volume 10 March 1990

BELT CLIP AND LANYARD COMBINATION

by Jeffrey S. King and Robert Kurcbart

   Most pagers use either a belt clip or a lanyard and chain attachment as a means of retention. Some units provide features so that the end user has the option of attaching or detaching both clips. This can lead to a storage problem, relating to the feature which is detached at any particular time. This dilemma can be eliminated by combining the two' units into one integrated component. In other words, a belt clip assembly that when attached, functions as a standard belt clip; However, when detached functions as a lanyard and chain. This system eliminates the need for storage of either the belt clip or lanyard.

0 Motorola, Inc. 1990 74

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