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Norimasa Kishi, Masayuki Takada: Vehicle navigation apparatus providing simultaneous forward and rearward views. Nissan Motor, Foley & Lardner, May 9, 1995: US05414461 (443 worldwide citation)

In an apparatus for controllably supplying visual information for a viewer, an optical system including ocular glasses corresponding to right and left eyes of the driver (viewer) is provided so that images on a pair of liquid crystal televisions are introduced to the pair of ocular glasses to provid ...


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Isao Murase, Akinobu Moriyama, Takao Ito, Akira Shimozono: Device for measuring concentration of nitrogen oxide in combustion gas. Nissan Motor Company, Lowe Price LeBlanc & Becker, July 23, 1991: US05034112 (291 worldwide citation)

For use on automobiles, the invention provides a compact device for measuring the concentration of a nitrogen oxide in a combustion gas such as an exhaust gas of an internal combustion gas. The device has an ion pumping cell using an oxygen ion conductive solid electrolyte to adjust the partial pres ...


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Yasutoshi Seko, Yuichi Abe: Apparatus and process for improving visibility of object within visual field. Nissan Motor Company, Schwartz Jeffery Schwaab Mack Blumenthal & Evans, September 8, 1987: US04692798 (286 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for improving the visibility of objects within the visual field of a vehicle driver and a process therefor are disclosed. The apparatus includes a light caster casting intense visible light toward a reflective object at a frequency no lower than critical fusion frequency, an image picku ...


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Hiroshige Fukuhara: Vehicle collision alert system. Nissan Motor, Foley & Lardner, October 11, 1994: US05355118 (269 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for deciding an excessive approach of a vehicle to an object in front of the vehicle. The excessive approach decision apparatus comprises a normalized time rate of change detector for determining a normalized time rate of change of a visual angle for the object as viewed from the vehicl ...


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Takayuki Isobe, Mikio Matsuzaki: Mirror assembly with indicator. Nissan Motor Company, Ichiko, June 16, 1981: US04274078 (239 worldwide citation)

An assembly is provided which includes a mirror body for holding a mirror and at least one container for holding an indicator. The container includes a window portion under an opening formed in the mirror body within which the mirror is disposed. The mirror body is mounted to a portion of an automob ...


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Yasutoshi Seko: Headlight apparatus for automotive vehicle. Nissan Motor, Foley & Lardner Schwartz Jeffery Schwaab Mack Blumenthal & Evans, October 30, 1990: US04967319 (214 worldwide citation)

To accurately shade headlamp light for both a leading vehicle running on the same lane and an opposed vehicle running on an opposed lane, the headlight apparatus for an automotive vehicle comprises a movable headlamp, a light sensor attached on the pivotal headlamp for detecting presence of a leadin ...


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Kunihiro Muramatsu: Battery condition monitor and monitoring method. Nissan Motor Company, Lowe Price LeBlanc Becker & Shur, July 7, 1987: US04678998 (193 worldwide citation)

A battery condition monitor and monitoring method uses known relationships between battery impedance, remaining capacity and remaining service life at different frequencies to detect remaining capacity and remaining service life. The monitor includes a computer for computing internal impedances of t ...


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Harutoshi Miyagi, Masazumi Ishikawa, Yasuyuki Murofushi: Electrochromic nonglaring mirror. Nissan Motor, Leydig Voit & Mayer, May 3, 1988: US04741603 (176 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a nonglaring mirror which is an electrochromic device in principle. The mirror comprises a transparent front substrate laid with a transparent first electrode film, a back substrate laid with a second electrode film which is opposite and spaced from the first electrode film, first and s ...


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Masaki Nakano: Gear housing for accommodating gear train of toroidal continuously variable transmission. Nissan Motor, Foley & Lardner, July 27, 1993: US05230258 (172 worldwide citation)

A gear noise free toroidal continuously variable transmission is disclosed wherein in order to suppress occurrence of gear noise, a gear train is accommodated in a gear housing which includes a first housing part fixedly secured to a transmission casing and a second housing part fixedly secured to t ...


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Toshikazu Oshidari: Toroidal continuously variable transmission. Nissan Motor, Foley & Lardner, December 12, 2000: US06159126 (168 worldwide citation)

When a vehicle comprising a toroidal continuously variable transmission is pulled or run under its own inertia when the engine has stopped, the rotation torque of the drive wheels varies a gyration angle of a power roller (44FR, 44FL, 44RR, 44RL) via an output disk (18, 20) in a direction so as to r ...



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