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BATTERY CHARGING MOBILE HOLDER

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000124557D
Publication Date: 2005-Apr-27
Document File: 3 page(s) / 89K

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Abstract

The battery charging mobile holder is a device that charges the battery of the mobile handset / mobile device while it is placed in its holder.

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Attorney Docket No. 2005J04739US

Title:                BATTERY CHARGING

MOBILE

HOLDER

Author:    Hari Srinivas,

San Diego

,

CA

Owner:            Siemens Communications, Inc., Boca Raton, Florida

Battery

charging mobile holder

Abstract:

The battery charging mobile holder is a device that charges the battery of the mobile handset / mobile device while it is placed in its holder.

Background:

Users are often confronted with a mobile telephone/handset low battery situation. It would be helpful if while the user carries the mobile handset around, the handset is continually charged to maintain its power requirements.

Details:

The present invention acts both as a belt clip and a portable charger, holding, for example, a couple of AA batteries in it. In the preferred embodiment, is also equipped with a mechanical key and a dynamo to deliver current to the handset’s battery through mechanical means. The holder can be equipped with an additional antenna to supplement the signal reception capability of the mobile handset. The battery charger unit is detachable with the belt clip / mobile case / mobile holder so that the user can attach it for use when required.

In the preferred embodiment, when the mobile handset/device is placed in its holder, it aligns and connects to the charging connector which delivers the current to the mobile device’s battery either through the battery supply in the detachable battery unit or through the dynamo. For the charge to be supplied through dynamo, the us...