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PAGING RECEIVER WITH BACKLIT CUSTOM LABELLING CAPABILITY

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000006838D
Original Publication Date: 1993-Jun-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2002-Feb-06
Document File: 1 page(s) / 42K

Publishing Venue

Motorola

Related People

Tim Dimacchia: AUTHOR [+3]

Abstract

While the standard design of labels may allow for cent labels and &ix them to the panel. At the user's unique customer designs in distinctive colors, the discretion, they may choose to have the backlit panel effectiveness of unique labellmg on a pager is dimin- illuminate or not. ished in a dark environment. If a pager were to include a backlit panel area located on the outside of the pager A sample operational sequence would include the housing, customers could design transparent or translu- following displays to enable or disable label illumination: LRbEL On LRbEL OFF 1 Figure 1. Operational Sequence for Label Illumination If the user selected to turn the label illumination on, to turn the label Uuminattion off, the sofhvare would the software would enable the circuitry which would disable the circuitry. illuminate the label backlighting. When the user selected Label Cl= Snap-in Lel-lS Figure 2. Pager with Backlit Label 34 0 Motorola, Inc. 1993

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MO-LA INC.' Technical Developments Volume 19

June 1993

PAGING RECEIVER WITH BACKLIT CUSTOM LABELLING CAPABILITY

by Tim Dimacchia, Neil Gibson and Mike Weathemax

  While the standard design of labels may allow for cent labels and &ix them to the panel. At the user's unique customer designs in distinctive colors, the discretion, they may choose to have the backlit panel effectiveness of unique labellmg on a pager is dimin- illuminate or not.
ished in a dark environment. If a pager were to include
a backlit panel area located on the outside of the pager A sample operational sequence would include the housing, customers could design transparent or translu- following displays to enable or disable label illumination:

LRbEL On LRbEL OFF

1

Figure 1. Operational Sequence for Label Illumination

  If the user selected to turn the label illumination on, to turn the label Uuminattion off, the sofhvare would the software would enable the circuitry which would disable the circuitry.
illuminate the label backlighting. When the user selected

Label Cl=

Snap-in

Lel-lS

Figure 2. Pager with Backlit Label

34 0 Motorola, Inc. 1993

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