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Month of March 2002 - Page Number 2

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  1. 11.
    Increased usage of pagers worldwide has resulted in many ideographic pagers being developed for mar- kets such as China, Korea and Vietnam. Generally, such pagers are developed independently for each market and substantial effort is required to modify existing ideographic pagers to suit a new market. At times,...
    IPCOM000007473D | Original Publication Date: 1995-Jul-01
  2. 12.
    The Figure below shows: A) a cross section of a electronic static discharge as well as dirt and moisture. housing and a Printed Circuit board sitting on a programmer head, B) is a top view of a Printed Cir- The Housing has a tapered slot and the Printed cuit Board showing a slot that has been plated in Circuit Board...
    IPCOM000007472D | Original Publication Date: 1995-Jul-01
  3. 13.
    BACKGROUND OF THE CT2 TWO WAY CALLING SYSTEM Figure 1 shows the System Architecture of the CT2 Two Way Calling System. For a CT2 handset to receive incoming call in a call zone, the handset needs to inform the system of its location, either automatically or by manual means; and this is effected in a Registration Call...
    IPCOM000007471D | Original Publication Date: 1995-Jul-01
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    IPCOM000007470D | 2002-Mar-28
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    Figure 1 shows the System Architecture of the CT2 Two Way Calling System. Currently in the CT2 Two Way Calling System, when a handset makes an out-going call to subscriber "B" and if the called party is busy, the user will have to hang up and attempt the same call later if he is still interested in contacting the...
    IPCOM000007469D | Original Publication Date: 1995-Jul-01
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    In an environment where there are several pri- vate bases, the same handset may be registered to more than one ofthe private bases. When the hand- set is ringing due to polling from one ofthese bases, there is no information present on the handset which allows the user to know which one of the private bases is polling...
    IPCOM000007468D | Original Publication Date: 1995-Jul-01
  7. 17.
    An ex-situ micromachine fabrication technol- ogy is taught herein which allows micromechanical/ micromachined parts of different materials to be fab- ricated singly (ex-situ) without the limitations in in-situ manufacturing and yet devices can be assem- bled into highly complex 3-D devices/structures. In other words,...
    IPCOM000007467D | Original Publication Date: 1995-Jul-01
  8. 18.
    In devices which employ DRAM memory, the energy consumed in order to maintain the contents of that memory can have a significant impact on the battery life of the device.
    IPCOM000007466D | Original Publication Date: 1995-Jul-01
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    As data transmission rates increase in paging devices, a method of data screening is needed to satisfy the requirements of users of such devices. The typical billing method of paging services is to bill the paging device for over the air transmission of data. There is no discretion by the paging device user to reject...
    IPCOM000007465D | Original Publication Date: 1995-Jul-01
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    The current REDIAL buttons on cordless hand- sets allow us to easily retrieve the last called num- ber. When a new number is dialed, this new num- ber replaces what was previously resident in the redial buffer. The old number is "lost? To dial the old num- ber, the user of the handset will have to redial the number by...
    IPCOM000007464D | Original Publication Date: 1995-Jul-01