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EMERGENCY SIGNAL ALERT FOR PERSONAL PAGERS

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000007305D
Original Publication Date: 1994-Oct-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2002-Mar-13
Document File: 1 page(s) / 36K

Publishing Venue

Motorola

Related People

Vickie Haley: AUTHOR [+3]

Abstract

Figure 1 shows a pager with the lanyard (chain/ person wearing the pager in the event of an acci- cord). Fulling and detaching the lanyard from the dent, such as a fall or when there is a need to alert pager will allow the paging unit to emit an emer- someone to danger. gency signal loud enough to alert someone to your aid. The emergency signal can be stopped by replacing the lanyard or by pressing one of the pager buttons a The emergency signal can be triggered by the certain number oftimes.

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MOIY)ROLA Technical Developments Volume 23 October 1994

EMERGENCY SIGNAL ALERT FOR PERSONAL PAGERS

by Vickie Haley, Terry Nelson and Craig Bartling

  Figure 1 shows a pager with the lanyard (chain/ person wearing the pager in the event of an acci- cord). Fulling and detaching the lanyard from the dent, such as a fall or when there is a need to alert pager will allow the paging unit to emit an emer- someone to danger.
gency signal loud enough to alert someone to your
aid. The emergency signal can be stopped by replacing the lanyard or by pressing one of the pager buttons a

The emergency signal can be triggered by the certain number oftimes.

IANYARD WINICOILD

AURX LXITILR

Figure 1.

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