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Alameh Rachid M, Glenn Mark W, Schellinger Michael W, Zurek Robert A: Intuitive user interface and method. Motorola, Alameh Rachid M, Glenn Mark W, Schellinger Michael W, Zurek Robert A, CHEN Sylvia Y, October 27, 2005: WO/2005/101176 (108 worldwide citation)

A user interface (103) for an electronic device (101) (and corresponding method) is arranged and constructed for intuitive control of interface functionality. The user interface includes: a user interface component, e.g. speaker, microphone, display backlighting, etc., that is one of a plurality of ...


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Grivas Chris J, Alameh Rachid, He Fan: Sensor controlled user interface for portable communication device. Motorola, August 9, 2000: GB2346500-A (89 worldwide citation)

A portable communication device 100 that has a processing section (Fig. 2,208) to control operation of the portable communication device 100 in response to an input signal (TS_INPUT), a user interface having a touch sensitive input device 128 for generating the input signal (TS_INPUT) and a sensor 1 ...


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Krenz Eric Le Roy, Alameh Rachid: Wireless rf peripheral interface for a cellular communication device. Motorola, August 8, 2001: GB2358991-A (34 worldwide citation)

A wireless radio frequency peripheral interface (18) for a cellular communication device (10) having a primary antenna (14), a cellular radio transceiver coupled to the primary antenna (14), and a user interface including a display and a keypad integrated in a housing (16), includes an embedded AM b ...


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Walczak Thomas J, Alameh Rachid, Radar Sheila M: Infra-red communications with sleep facility. Motorola, March 12, 1997: GB2304247-A (17 worldwide citation)

An infrared communications device includes an IR transmitter circuit (302) and an IR receiver circuit (304, fig 3). The transmitter circuit encodes data packets (400, fig 4) which include a precursor segment, a synchronization segment, and a data field, the data field including data words, which wor ...


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Kotzin Michael D, Alameh Rachid: Method and apparatus for determining the context of a device. Motorola A Corporation Of The State Of Delaware, Kotzin Michael D, Alameh Rachid, NOSKOWICZ David S, November 3, 2005: WO/2005/103862 (11 worldwide citation)

A handheld electronic device (100) includes at least one context sensing circuit and a microprocessor (204), and a user interface (212). The sensing circuit detects (205) either a contextual characteristic of the device (e.g., ambient light, motion of the device or proximity to or contact another ob ...


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Freese John, Charlier Michael L, Fahey Jenifer, Krenz Eric Le Roy, Alameh Rachid, Vannatta Louis J: Combined mobile telphone and broadcast radio receiver. Motorola, August 8, 2001: GB2358990-A (10 worldwide citation)

A dual purpose hand-held wireless communication device comprises an integrated cellular telephone and AM/FM radio receiver. An audio processing block selectively couples either the AM/FM receiver or the cellular receiver to the audio output. The device may have separate or a shared antenna for the r ...


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Colonna Frank C, Charlier Michael L, Alameh Rachid, Walczak Thomas J, Gitzinger Thomas, Schellinger Michael W, Gremo Christopher S: A portable communication device which operates in one of standby, private or speakerphone modes according to the relative position of its two housing elements. Motorola, December 1, 1999: GB2337899-A (9 worldwide citation)

A portable communication device 100 comprises a first housing element 202 and a second housing element 204, wherein the second housing element 204 is movingly connected to the first housing element 202 such that the second housing element 202 is settable to substantially three positions. A sensor 11 ...


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Kotzin Michael D, Alameh Rachid: Method and apparatus for content management and control. Motorola A Corporation Of The State Of Delaware, Kotzin Michael D, Alameh Rachid, NOSKOWICZ David S, November 3, 2005: WO/2005/103860 (7 worldwide citation)

A handheld electronic device (100) includes at least one context sensor (120) and a microprocessor (204), and a user interface (104). The context sensor detects (306) either a contextual characteristic of the device (e.g., ambient light, motion of the device or proximity to or contact another object ...


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Alameh Rachid, Krenz Eric Le Roy, Schellinger Michael W: A wrist-carried radiotelephone. Motorola, May 2, 2001: GB2355881-A (4 worldwide citation)

A wrist-carried radiotelephone 10, operable without removing from a user's wrist, includes a housing 28 including a display 16 and a battery 18, and a wristband 14 having a plurality of rigid 32 and flexing portions 30. The flexing portions 30 mechanically connect the rigid portions 32. The wristban ...


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ALAMEH Rachid M, CAUWELS Patrick J, EMMERT Steve C, PAITL Kenneth A: [fr] CAPTEUR CAPACITIF, [en] CAPACITIVE SENSOR. MOTOROLA MOBILITY, WATANABE Hisashi David, August 28, 2014: WO/2014/130188 (3 worldwide citation)

[en] One example disclosed wearable device (700, 730, 760) includes a first housing portion having a conductive section (701, 731, 761) and a non-conductive section (705, 735, 765). The conductive section (701, 731, 761) is connected to ground. A second housing portion (703, 733, 763) includes a pri ...