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Month of June 2009 - Page Number 8

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  1. 71.
    Currently, computer aided modeling devices for producing electronic parts for hearing instruments are using lamps for curing of the resin. These special lamps have relative high acquisition costs and produce much heat, which causes waste of energy. In addition, the size of current machinery is quite bulky and needs...
    IPCOM000183962D | Original Publication Date: 2009-Jun-25
  2. 72.
    Hearing aids have a volume control (VC) to adjust the output level of the hearing instrument for different situations and different needs of the hearing impaired persons. Up to now, the VC is a separated part and the electronic parts are in the wheel. Therefore the part cannot or can hardly be protected from sweat or...
    IPCOM000183960D | Original Publication Date: 2009-Jun-25
  3. 73.
    For hearing aids, many new functions additionally to the designated main function are being implemented by hearing aid manufacturers. The implementation of an FM (Frequency Modulation) receiver is not realized until now.
    IPCOM000183959D | Original Publication Date: 2009-Jun-25
  4. 74.
    Currently, conventional trimmer/non-programmable hearing instruments once built into finished products cannot be efficiently reprogrammed, trimmed and fully automatic tested by production computer test software. In addition, many conventional programmable devices require a CS44 socket (CS: Connector System) which...
    IPCOM000183956D | Original Publication Date: 2009-Jun-25
  5. 75.
    Electroluminescent (EL) lamps are composed of two conducting surfaces (light emitted phosphor layers) with a dielectric layer between. By applying voltage to the conductive surfaces, an electric field is generated across the phosphor and dielectric layers. Thereby electrons are excited and emit light through the...
    IPCOM000183955D | Original Publication Date: 2009-Jun-25
  6. 76.
    Currently, the programming adaptor for hearing aid instruments is a one-piece item. The cable and the adaptor head are connected together. As the programming adaptor is difficult to insert and to take out from the hearing instrument, extended usage of the programming adaptor spoils the contact between the cable and...
    IPCOM000183954D | Original Publication Date: 2009-Jun-25
  7. 77.
    Cognitive radio (CR) is a method for wireless communication in which the same spectrum is used by different groups of users. The primary user is the owner of a certain spectrum has unrestricted access. A secondary user is able to use this spectrum if it is currently not used by the primary user. Also, the admission of...
    IPCOM000183918D | Original Publication Date: 2009-Jun-25
  8. 78.
    Sobald elektrische Maschinen oder Anlagen (beispielsweise Elektromotoren, Umrichter, etc.) wassergekuehlt werden muessen und wenn im Kuehlkreislauf Materialien mit verschiedenen elektrischen Potenzialen eingesetzt werden, sind besondere Massnahmen zum Korrosionsschutz notwendig. Rohre aus reinem Kupfer korrodieren in...
    IPCOM000183917D | Original Publication Date: 2009-Jun-25
  9. 79.
    Die Nutzung von Triebwagen mit elektrischem Antrieb fuer den Schienenverkehr ist bereits seit den Anfaengen des 20. Jahrhunderts bekannt. In bisherigen Bauformen solcher elektrisch betriebener Triebwagen werden als Energiespeicher meist schwere, leistungsschwache Akkumulatoren verwendet, die keine grosse Einsatzdauer...
    IPCOM000183916D | Original Publication Date: 2009-Jun-25
  10. 80.
    Haushaltsgeraete, insbesondere Haushaltsgrossgeraete wie beispielsweise Waschmaschinen, besitzen zur Anzeige des jeweils gewaehlten Waschprogramms bzw. zur Anzeige vom jeweiligen Programmstatus waehrend des Waschprogramms ein Anzeigefeld, oftmals in Form eines Fluessigkristallbildschirms (LCD - Liquid Cristal...
    IPCOM000183911D | Original Publication Date: 2009-Jun-25