Month of August 2002 - Page Number 10

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  1. 91.
    The testing of electronic assemblies is becoming more and more complex due to the smaller compo- nents being used. The industry standard for initial test has been In-Circuit test, however test point access is becoming extremely difficult to achieve. Alternative test and inspection methods are being investigated for...
    IPCOM000009439D | Original Publication Date: 1999-Sep-01
  2. 92.
    Operators of two-way radios using belt clips handle their radios in various ways in various cir- cumstances. One of the most common ways a radio is handled is during meetings where the radio is tra- ditionally removed from the hip and placed on the table or counter in front of the user. Because of the way many radios...
    IPCOM000009438D | Original Publication Date: 1999-Sep-01
  3. 93.
    There is a need for different-length belt clips to accommodate variations in belt width. This concept would eliminate multiple designs for a given product.
    IPCOM000009437D | Original Publication Date: 1999-Sep-01
  4. 94.
    Keypads as used on two-way communication devices, telephones, computers, and the like require a specific size button to successfully display both alpha and numeric information. By incorporating the capability of displaying either the number or letter separately, the size of each can be increased or the keypad itself...
    IPCOM000009436D | Original Publication Date: 1999-Sep-01
  5. 95.
    A common feature in two-way radios today is 2. When the user places their finger on the pad user identification based on a password. This fea- the fingerprint would be scanned. ture requires a user to enter numerical numbers through a keypad. If a radio does not have a keypad 3. The scanned information would be sent...
    IPCOM000009435D | Original Publication Date: 1999-Sep-01
  6. 96.
    Printed Circuit Board (CPB) area is at a premi- urn in today's competitive size and cost driven wire- less markets. In addition to size, time to market plays a critical role in the success of radio products. One of the design obstacles that impacts both the size and time is proper shielding. Shielding is one of the...
    IPCOM000009434D | Original Publication Date: 1999-Sep-01
  7. 97.
    Printed Circuit Board (PCB) area is at a premi- um in today's competitive size driven wireless mar- kets. One of the design obstacles that impacts the size is proper shielding. This invention allows for more effective use of PCB space to be utilized in component layouts by reducing the area used by sol- der down...
    IPCOM000009433D | Original Publication Date: 1999-Sep-01
  8. 98.
    The antenna designs in a radio or a cellular unit requires the antenna to be surrounded by an antenna tube as part of the RF and the Electrical require- ments as shown in Figure 1. The existing assembly process is performed as follows; (a) the antenna tube is manually assembled (pressed) into the housing, (b), three...
    IPCOM000009432D | Original Publication Date: 1999-Sep-01
  9. 99.
    The purpose of this disclosure is to introduce a device for measuring dielectric constants and con- ductivities of solutions of simulated human tissue or mixtures. Advantages of this device include vari- able test positions for high frequencies and only one probe location.
    IPCOM000009431D | Original Publication Date: 1999-Sep-01
  10. 100.
    Presently rapid chargers charge batteries at a 1C rate while Ultra fast chargers charge at a fixed rate such as 3C or 4C. Portable batteries have special requirements that do not allow for the Ultra fast charging. This is true because: l- the radio has a maximum input voltage after which the radio trans- mit and...
    IPCOM000009429D | Original Publication Date: 1999-Sep-01