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Jason F Hunzinger: Location specific reminders for wireless mobiles. DENSO Corporation, Harness Dickey & Pierce, October 18, 2005: US06957076 (101 worldwide citation)

A system allows users of wireless mobile terminals to set reminders, alerts, or other actions to be triggered based on location or dynamics. Such location information may include, but is not limited to, a specific location description such as latitude, longitude and a radius describing a generally c ...


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Kazukuni Hara, Norihito Tokura, Takeshi Miyajima, Hiroo Fuma, Hiroyuki Kano: Process for producing a semiconductor device having a single thermal oxidizing step. Denso Corporation, Pillsbury Madison & Sutro, June 22, 1999: US05915180 (100 worldwide citation)

A semiconductor device, which has an oxide laver with the thickness thereof being varied from portion to portion of the inner surface of a trench and can be easily produced, and a process of producing the same. An n.sup.+ type single crystal SiC substrate is formed of SiC of hexagonal system having ...


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Akio Kosaka: Wireless video telephone with ambient light sensor. Denso Corporation, Harness Dickey & Pierce, February 3, 2004: US06687515 (100 worldwide citation)

A communication device such as a portable video telephone capable of transmitting images as well as sound is capable of preventing the transmission of dark and featureless images resulting from the device being used in a dark location. When an image is to be transmitted, a device controller determin ...


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Toshiyuki Katoh: Automatic lighting device and method for controlling light. Denso Corporation, Harness Dickey & Pierce, December 29, 2009: US07639149 (97 worldwide citation)

An automatic lighting device includes an illuminance detector for detecting an external illuminance around a vehicle, a light controller for turning on/off a vehicular light, a driver's characteristics detector for acquiring information about driver's physical characteristics, and a threshold settin ...


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Tomohisa Yoshimi, Kenichi Yanai, Yoshifumi Nishida: Respiratory disease monitoring system. Denso Corporation, Law Offices of David G Posz, September 17, 2002: US06450957 (97 worldwide citation)

A respiration monitoring system monitors the state of disorder of the respiratory system of a sleeping patient based on the detection of respiratory body movement without the need of putting sensors directly on the patient's body. The system includes weight sensors that produce weight signals a ...


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Shinji Aoki, Toshifumi Kamiya: Seat air conditioning unit for vehicle and fan combination of blower units of the same. Denso Corporation, Harness Dickey & Pierce, February 1, 2005: US06848742 (96 worldwide citation)

A seat air conditioning unit includes a seat defining an air passage therein through which air flows toward a seat surface, and first and second blower units for blowing air in the air passage. The first blower unit is provided in a seat bottom of the seat and the second blower unit is provided in a ...


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Naohiro Sakashita: Vehicular navigation system. Denso Corporation, Pillsbury Madison & Sutro, May 18, 1999: US05905451 (95 worldwide citation)

A vehicular navigation system capable of establishing a path to a destination to include a road frequently used by the user. First, the present position of the vehicle is located. A road map containing the present position is displayed on the viewing screen of the navigation system. A decision is ma ...


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Teiyuu Kimura, Rie Ohsaki, Shinji Nanba, Satoshi Takeuchi, Seiichi Yamada, Satoru Kodama, Masao Hasegawa, Masahiko Ito, Tsukasa Koumura: Vital signal detecting apparatus. Denso Corporation, Posz & Bethards, August 19, 2003: US06608562 (94 worldwide citation)

A vital signal detecting apparatus comprises an attachable device to be attached to a finger, a sensor having a light-emitting device and a light-receiving device, and a transmitting circuit for transmitting a signal waveform as a pulse wave from the sensor to a pulse wave monitoring unit. The pulse ...


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Tatsuru Kuwabara: Personal communication terminal with variable speed scroll display feature. Denso Corporation, Harness Dickey & Pierce, January 21, 2003: US06509907 (94 worldwide citation)

A communication terminal having a display capable of scrolling a text message at variable speeds to thereby enhance message readability. A display of 6 full-size characters×3 lines for displaying a character message is provided on the portable telephone. Tactile sensors for changing scroll display s ...



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