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Alameh Rachid M, Black Greg R, Sadler Daniel J: A wireless communication device and method with an orientation detector. Motorola, Alameh Rachid M, Black Greg R, Sadler Daniel J, Cunningham Gary J, December 17, 2009: WO/2009/151666 (1 worldwide citation)

A wireless communication device (200) is disclosed. It can include: an electronic device (210) including a display (240); a wearable device (242) including a first orientation detector (244) configured to detect a suitable display viewing orientation; and a controller (220) including a power saving ...


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Sadler Daniel J, Changrani Rajnish G, Chou Chia Fu, Zenhausern Frederic: Phase mixing. Motorola, Sadler Daniel J, Changrani Rajnish G, Chou Chia Fu, Zenhausern Frederic, KOCH William E, November 25, 2004: WO/2004/101160

An exemplary system and method for providing substantially uniform mixing of fluid phases, wherein the frequency of operation, flow velocities and/or device dimensions generally correspond to otherwise substantially diffusion limited applications, is disclosed as comprising inter alia: a mixing cham ...


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Dai Xunhu, Oliver Manuel, Sadler Daniel J, Fu Chia Yu: Handheld device having localized force feedback. Motorola, Dai Xunhu, Oliver Manuel, Sadler Daniel J, Fu Chia Yu, NICHOLS Daniel K, February 23, 2006: WO/2006/019629

[0001] An electronic device (100) for performing intelligent operations includes a housing (112), a manually operable input (118, 122) for providing information to the electronic device, and a material (124) positioned between the manually operable input and the housing. An electromechanical transdu ...


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Sadler Daniel J, Cranfill David B, Isabelle Scott K, Oliver Manuel: Method for abruptly stopping a linear vibration motor in portable communication device. Motorola, Sadler Daniel J, Cranfill David B, Isabelle Scott K, Oliver Manuel, NICHOLS Daniel K, August 9, 2007: WO/2007/089987

A method is provided for abruptly stopping a vibration motor providing tactile feedback (406) to the user of a portable communication device (100). The method comprises providing a drive waveform (401) including an attack signal (402), and a stop signal (411) out of phase with the attack signal (402 ...


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Sadler Daniel J: Apparatus for storing a wearable display and a keyboard. Motorola, Sadler Daniel J, NICHOLS Dan K, July 3, 2008: WO/2008/079497

An apparatus (300) is provided for storing, when not in use, an input device (314) and a wearable display (100) that displays text provided by an RF communication device (200). The apparatus (300) comprises a soft flexible material (302) including a main portion (304) having a soft keyboard includin ...


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Sadler Daniel J, Cranfill David B, Olley Michael F, Tashakkor Eric V, Wagner Daniel H: Electronic device and circuit for providing tactile feedback. Motorola, Sadler Daniel J, Cranfill David B, Olley Michael F, Tashakkor Eric V, Wagner Daniel H, VAAS Randall S, March 26, 2009: WO/2009/039068

A circuit (800) for controlling at least one piezoelectric actuator (142) includes a piezoelectric drive circuit (802) that generates unidirectional voltage drive signal, also referred to as Vout, at node (804). The piezoelectric actuator drive circuit (802) includes a boost switcher circuit or char ...


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Sadler Daniel J, Mangat Pawitter J S: Method and apparatus for manipulating a displayed image. Motorola, Sadler Daniel J, Mangat Pawitter J S, BRETSCHER John T, February 26, 2009: WO/2009/026052

A method is disclosed for manipulating an image displayed on an electronic device (100). The method includes panning the image in response to a detection of a first stroke (125, 410, 610 ) of a touch- and pressure-sensitive input modality (105) which is performed using an amount of touch pressure th ...


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Sadler Daniel J, Moore Morris Anthony, Oliver Manuel: Method and system for providing extended authentication. General Instrument Corporation, Sadler Daniel J, Moore Morris Anthony, Oliver Manuel, CULLEN Lawrence T, April 9, 2009: WO/2009/045798

A method and system for extending an authentication of a wireless device are disclosed. For example, the method includes authenticating access to the wireless device via a first authentication. The method detects a bonded authentication device as a second authentication. The method permits access to ...