INFLATABLE CARRY CASE FOR PORTABLE COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT
Original Publication Date: 1992-May-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2002-Jan-07
The entire concept of the case is that through an air bladder system the case can expand or contract to accom- modate a number of d&rent size radios. This would mean that instead of a case for each radio/battery com- bination, that one case could easily hold all radios that are approximately of the same length. This advantage would cut back on the stock quantities that must be kept on hand. Furthermore, the case will provide shock resistance and extended durability to radios that are not necessarily designed to be, or intended as, ruggedized models. These advantages can be extended to paging products as well if needed.