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INFRA-RED CONTROLLED BASE STATION

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000006816D
Original Publication Date: 1993-Mar-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2002-Feb-05
Document File: 1 page(s) / 42K

Publishing Venue

Motorola

Related People

Walter Chaberny: AUTHOR

Abstract

The idea of an infra-red remote-control base station is based on conventional i&a-red decoders/encoders.

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MO-LA INC. Technical Developments Volume18 March 1993

INFRA-RED CONTROLLED BASE STATION

by Walter Chaberny

The idea of an infra-red remote-control base station is based on conventional i&a-red decoders/encoders.

These decoders/encoders are connected to a stand- ard operating stage (McCentro, T5600, or the like).

For future operating stages, this could be integrated in the operating stage as a standard.

  The associated second encoder/decoder is mounted in the same room at the location of the operating stage on the ceiling. Both decoders/encoders cyclically check the connection zone. In the event of breakdown or mal- function (disconnection), the operator is automatically signalled accoustically or optically to indicate the malfunction.

This allows operatives to locate the operating stage individually withii a room.

  By connecting a number of decoders/encoders in parallel, it is possible to install the operating stage over one or more storeys.

Wire line interface ~ It&-red detector McCentro transmitter Infra-red detector operating transmitter stage

Infrarot = i&a-red

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