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Hiroshi Ono, Kazutoshi Mizoi: Wireless transmitting and receiving systems including ear microphones. Gen Engineering, Roylance Abrams Berdo & Farley, June 8, 1982: US04334315 (183 worldwide citation)

A wireless transmitting and receiving system includes an ear microphone of the vibration pick-up type for picking up bone-conducted voice signals through an external auditory ear canal wall of a wearer. A portable case is disposed adjacent the wearer's ear and a wireless device is attached adjacent ...


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Ono Hiroshi, Mizoi Kazutoshi: Dispositif emetteur et recepteur sans fil utilisant un microphone auriculaire. Gen Engineering, November 28, 1980: FR2455820-A1 (35 worldwide citation)

L'INVENTION CONCERNE UN DISPOSITIF EMETTEUR ET RECEPTEUR SANS FIL UTILISANT UN MICROPHONE AURICULAIRE DU TYPE CAPTANT LES VIBRATIONS POUR CAPTER LES SIGNAUX VOCAUX CONDUITS PAR LES OS A TRAVERS LA PAROI DU CONDUIT AUDITIF EXTERNE DE L'UTILISATEUR DU MICROPHONE, UN BOITIER PORTABLE FIXE AUTOUR DE L'O ...


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Weman Per Olof: Vehicle safety arrangement. Gen Engineering, April 3, 1991: GB2236419-A (26 worldwide citation)

In order to improve the safety of a passenger or driver of a motor vehicle. means are provided to sense the position of the passenger or driver relative to the seat 4, 5, and to generate a signal whenever the person is not in the correct position on the seat. This signal may be used to activate an a ...


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Hiroshi Ono: Hearing aid suitable for use under noisy circumstance. Gen Engineering, Jordan and Hamburg, October 11, 1983: US04409435 (26 worldwide citation)

A hearing aid in which input signals picked up through a microphone are divided to those of two or more frequency bands by means of a frequency division means, signal outputs of frequency band(s) in which noise signals are included are saturated or reduced by a compensating means such as compression ...


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Haland Lars Yngve, Weman Per Olof: Inflatable crash bags. Gen Engineering, January 17, 1990: GB2220620-A (22 worldwide citation)

A safety device in a motor vehicle comprises an air-bag 3 and means to inflate the air-bag in response to a side impact on the vehicle. The air-bag 3 is positioned (eg inside a door) so as to be located, when inflated, between a person sitting on a seat 1 in the vehicle and the side of the vehicle. ...


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Aubry Claude Bernard: A safety belt buckle.. Gen Engineering, May 16, 1990: EP0368277-A1 (18 worldwide citation)

A buckle for use with a safety belt system has a locking mechanism to receive and retain a tongue (51) which is mounted on a safety belt. The buckle is provided with means (19) to release the locking mechanism to permit the tongue (51) to be withdrawn from the buckle. The buckle has means (45, 50) w ...


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Eksell Erik Lennart, Celsing Gustaf Arnold Larsson: Child safety arrangement.. Gen Engineering, April 14, 1993: EP0537019-A2 (11 worldwide citation)

A child safety arrangement in a motor vehicle comprises, in combination, a seat (1) provided in the motor vehicle, the seat (1) being designed to accommodate an adult and a safety device (8, 30, 35) designed to accommodate a child. The seat (1) is associated with a plurality of anchoring points (5, ...


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Skoette Lars Gunnar, Nordin Stefan, Lindstrom Martin: Improvements in or relating to an air-bag arrangement.. Gen Engineering, August 4, 1993: EP0553542-A1 (11 worldwide citation)

An inflatable bag adapted to protect a driver or passenger in a motor vehicle is formed from one or more elements of fabric (12,13,21,22,23), portions of the fabric being secured together by securing seams (15). There are areas (18,19) of fabric adjacent the securing seams (15) which, if apertured o ...


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Haland Lars Yngve, Olsson Jan Arne, Skotte Lars Gunnar, Weman Per Olof: Crash restraint bags for vehicles. Gen Engineering, May 30, 1990: GB2225291-A (11 worldwide citation)

A bag 1 is provided with means 2 to inflate it with hot gas, the material of the bag being impervious to the gas. Transfer of heat from the gas in the bag when the bag is inflated is reduced or prevented by means of a thermally reflective layer on the bag, or by the provision of a coating (eg of foa ...


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Aubry Claude Bernad: A safety belt buckle. Gen Engineering, August 1, 1990: GB2227513-A (7 worldwide citation)

A buckle for use with a safety belt system has a locking mechanism to receive and retain a tongue (51) which is mounted on a safety belt. The buckle is provided with means (19) to release the locking mechanism to permit the tongue (51) to be withdrawn from the buckle. The buckle has means (45, 50) w ...