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Kiyoshi Taniyoshi, Toshihiko Kondo, Kazuo Takayama: Antenna circuit for a multi-band antenna. Fujitsu Ten, Wenderoth Lind & Ponack, November 2, 1993: US05258728 (93 worldwide citation)

A branching filter, which is operatively connected between an antenna and a communication device which utilizes different frequency bands, suppresses a mutual interference between signals transmitted to and from the communication device. An antenna circuit, which is operatively connected between the ...


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Shoji Fujimoto, Kazuya Sako, Minoru Takahashi: Control system for controlling equipment provided inside a vehicle utilizing a speech recognition apparatus. Fujitsu Ten, Staas & Halsey, May 25, 1993: US05214707 (91 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a control system for controlling equipment provided inside a vehicle utilizing a speech recognition apparatus inside the vehicle. This control system includes an in-phase component detector (4) for detecting an in-phase component of voice signals from microphones (1), a pha ...


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Atsushi Ichimura, Masatsugu Kamimura, Jyunichi Yamamoto: Vehicle position detecting apparatus. Fujitsu Ten, Wenderoth Lind & Ponack L, February 8, 2000: US06023653 (70 worldwide citation)

The navigation apparatus gives, to a map match processing portion, the measured present location and progress bearing of the vehicle with the use of the position bearing measuring portion for each predetermined period. The map match processing portion reads out the road data about the road close to ...


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Satoshi Harumoto, Toshitaka Yamato, Hiroshi Takeuchi, Yoshihiko Maeno, Naotoshi Miyamoto, Kazuhiro Sakiyama: Vehicle control apparatus, vehicle control method, and computer program. Fujitsu Ten, Oliff & Berridge, March 20, 2007: US07194347 (66 worldwide citation)

A vehicle control apparatus includes an information acquiring/managing unit that acquires information for controlling various units in a vehicle instead of a driver of the vehicle, and manages the information acquired, a situation determining unit that determines a situation under which the vehicle ...


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Kurokawa Ryosuke: Boosting circuit control device and boosting circuit. Fujitsu Ten, August 28, 2008: JP2008-199771 (64 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a boosting circuit control device which can suppress the generation of heat in a boosting circuit 50, and can also improve the efficiency of boosting.SOLUTION: The boosting circuit control device comprises: a means which charges a boosting voltage to a capacitor C2 b ...


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Mitsuru Sasaki: In-vehicle digital broadcast reception apparatus. Fujitsu Ten, Oliff & Berridge, May 22, 2007: US07221358 (63 worldwide citation)

A display and a touch panel can replace operation of a remote control. Conversion/management analyzes BML description for realizing the software remote control function corresponding to operation of a special key of the remote control on display with a BML browser and makes function assignment of th ...


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Ishio Masahito, Motonaga Yutaka: Control device for continuously variable transmission. Fujitsu Ten, January 10, 2008: JP2008-002687 (61 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a control device for a continuously variable transmission capable of constituting a vehicle system with high safety and fuel efficiency by the optimum control of a transmission gear ratio of a CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission) when an engine stops while the ve ...


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Sasaki Mitsuru: Digital broadcasting receiver. Fujitsu Ten, May 13, 2004: JP2004-140811 (45 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To effectively use data such as BML (broadcast markup language) to be broadcasted on the premise of use of a remote controller in digital broadcast even by an onboard receiver.SOLUTION: An operation to the remote controller is substituted by a display 18 and a touch panel 19. C ...


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Sano Hiroaki, Shiotani Masahiko, Kirino Shigefumi, Kashiwagi Kuniaki, Kitahara Toshio, Majima Hiroshi, Koga Kentaro: Touch panel device. Fujitsu Ten, October 5, 2006: JP2006-268068 (45 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a touch panel device that allows a user to perform touch operations by tactile sensation without viewing a touch panel, thereby achieving a user interface particularly suited for vehicle drivers and the visually impaired.SOLUTION: The touch panel device 10 that allow ...


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Shimizu Toshihiro, Sakiyama Kazuhiro, Sako Kazuya: Vehicle drive assist system. Fujitsu Ten, January 3, 2001: EP1065642-A2 (43 worldwide citation)

A vehicle drive assist system comprising a camera (10) for picking up an image of an area existing in an advancing direction of a vehicle; display means (4) for displaying the image picked up by the camera; steering angle detecting means (12) for detecting a steering angle for steering the vehicle; ...



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