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Hiroshi Yamagishi, Masahiro Tokunaga, Yozo Nishiura: Vehicle antenna. Harness System Technologies Research, Sumitomo Wiring Systems, Sumitomo Electric, Oliff & Berridge, January 4, 2000: US06011518 (86 worldwide citation)

In the vehicle antenna, a GPS antenna, a radio wave beacon antenna for VICS/automatic rate, and an optical beacon antenna are incorporated into between the mirror of a room mirror and a cover and they are united together into an integrated body. The vehicle antenna is structured such that it is allo ...


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Morihiko Toyozumi: On-vehicle unit. Harness System Technologies Research, Sumitomo Wiring Systems, Sumitomo Electric, Oliff & Berridge, October 10, 2000: US06130727 (81 worldwide citation)

There is described an on-vehicle unit which permits removal and attachment of various optional modules from and to a center module and which enables easy addition and removal of various functions. The on-vehicle unit is provided in a dashboard of a vehicle, and a center module--into which there are ...


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Tadashi Ito, Kenji Okamoto, Hiroaki Yamazaki, Tomokazu Ito, Yukio Kide: Integrated instrument panel switch assembly. Sumitomo Wiring Systems, Harness System Technologies Research, Sumitomo Electric, Jordan B Bierman Muserlian and Lucas Bierman, March 30, 1999: US05889337 (42 worldwide citation)

A vehicle electronic apparatus (1) includes an electronic control section (2) received in an accommodation cavity (23) in an instrument panel (22) in a vehicle for effecting an electronic function in the vehicle, a switch section (3) detachably attached to the electronic control section (2) for cont ...


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Yoshiyuki Miyazaki, Takashi Kobayashi: Structure of electric equipment for vehicle. Harness System Technologies Research, Sumitomo Wiring Systems, Sumitomo Electric, Oliff & Berridge, December 19, 2000: US06163079 (38 worldwide citation)

The invention enables an electronic system, which is conveniently operated by a user, to be easily installed in a vehicle, such as an automobile, etc. A structure of electric equipment for a vehicle is provided, wherein vehicle-side connectors are disposed in a plurality of places in the vehicle. Co ...


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Toshiyuki Sonoda: Vehicle communication control apparatus. Harness System Technologies Research, Sumitomo Wiring Systems, Sumitomo Electric, Jordan B Bierman Muserlian and Lucas Bierman, September 7, 1999: US05948025 (34 worldwide citation)

A vehicle communication control apparatus serves to distribute purposes of trouble diagnosis of vehicle electronic appliances in a group of networks, thereby enhancing an efficiency of trouble diagnosis and reducing a time required for the trouble diagnosis. A plurality of groups of networks to each ...


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Akio Matsumaru, Motonori Kido, Yoshiyuki Miyazaki, Hideaki Toyama: Electric power distribution system having fault bypass feature. Harness System Technologies Research, Sumitomo Wiring Systems, Sumitomo Electric, Oliff & Berridge, October 6, 1998: US05818673 (29 worldwide citation)

An electric power distribution system is shown where even if supply of electric power is interrupted, other normal electric part systems can be operated. A number of electric power distribution portions are supplied with electric power through at least two systems of electric power lines. The amount ...


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Hiroki Hirai, Masashi Sugimoto, Shigeki Sakai, Yoshito Sakai, Nori Inoue, Tetsuji Tanaka, Yuichiro Tsutsumi: Phone holder. Harness System Technologies Research, Sumitomo Wiring Systems, Sumitomo Electric, Oliff & Berridge, August 17, 1999: US05940502 (28 worldwide citation)

A phone holder for detachably holding a mobile phone in an automotive vehicle is provided with a holder main body including an inner casing having a phone accommodating portion, a phone urging device having a phone actuating roller and the like for urging the mobile phone being inserted into the pho ...


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Yukio Ito, Masashi Sugimoto: Movable structure for a display. Harness System Technologies Research, Sumitomo Wiring Systems, Sumitomo Electric, Oliff & Berridge, August 24, 1999: US05941615 (24 worldwide citation)

A movable structure for a display includes: a display device placed in a substantially vertical state in a front opening of a chassis; a sliding member disposed on the chassis and supporting a lower fulcrum of a lower end portion of the display device so as to be movable in back and forth directions ...


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Fumiaki Mizuno, Takashi Hoshino, Motonori Kido, Yoshiyuki Miyazaki: Switch circuit having excess-current detection function. Harness System Technologies Research, Sumitomo Wiring Systems, Sumitomo Electric, Oliff & Berridge, January 4, 2000: US06011416 (23 worldwide citation)

A microcomputer 4 responds to an instruction signal to turn the load L on or off to control the FET 2 through the drive circuit 5. The microcomputer 4 samples an electric current I.sub.L which is supplied through the A/D converter 6 and which flows in the load L at every predetermined sampling time ...