Month of July 2005 - Page Number 9

Showing 81 - 90 of 324 from July 2005
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  1. 81.
    This invention addresses the problem of having to add an additional push-button to a headset without having to add an additional connector to the jack. The first push-button, attached in parallel to the microphone is the traditional answer/hang-up button. This invention, the second push-button, is the novel...
    IPCOM000126174D | 2005-Jul-22
  2. 82.
    The implementation of the circuit is an improvement of the Qualcomm recommended structure. The addition of two extra components (that would not include C409 or L404) significantly improves the noise performance of the transmitter. The invention is a filter which better removes IF noise that would be mapped into the...
    IPCOM000126176D | 2005-Jul-22
  3. 83.
    This invention is a system that relates to text dictionaries on devices that incorporate predictive text. This invention attempts to reduce the occurrences of words that are not present in a predictive text dictionary. It serves to complement other methods of populating a predictive text dictionary by providing...
    IPCOM000126173D | 2005-Jul-22
  4. 84.
    This invention relates to changing the profile setting on a pager/cell phone, from a “loud” ringer style to a “quiet” vibrator or no indication al all, depending on the user’s location. People often forget to turn their cell phones off when they ought to, and the phones end up ringing at inappropriate times and...
    IPCOM000126165D | 2005-Jul-22
  5. 85.
    The problem this invention solves is with many mobile communication devices you must plug in your ear piece in order to receive a call, meaning you have to fumble around trying to find the ear piece and attach it in time to get the call or leave the ear piece attached at all times and therefore dangling around your...
    IPCOM000126167D | 2005-Jul-22
  6. 86.
    IPCOM000126517D | 2005-Jul-22
  7. 87.
    The idea is to put LEDs and photo sensors around the top of the shopping cart. These could be used to detect when an item has been inserted into the shopping cart. By combining these sensors with a shopping cart companion, suspicious activity can be detected.
    IPCOM000126516D | Original Publication Date: 2005-Jul-22
  8. 88.
    Disclosed is a system that uses a Wizard as part of a sales configuration process to provide a customer with the ability to custom-define a RAID (Redundant Array of Independent Disks) configuration. The wizard is called once the storage subsystem hardware configuration is decided and the customer elects to have IBM...
    IPCOM000126515D | Original Publication Date: 2005-Jul-22
  9. 89.
    What is proposed is a method of cross device notification in which devices, once they are powered on or initiated notify other communcation devices or channels.
    IPCOM000126514D | Original Publication Date: 2005-Jul-22
  10. 90.
    When a customer uses a "self-checkout" device such as grocery stores kiosks, gas pumps, and atms a company employee never touches the credit card and may never have visual contact with the card. The result of this "no-touch" transaction is that a vital step of preventing credit card fraud no longer performed (such as...
    IPCOM000126513D | Original Publication Date: 2005-Jul-22