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Overy Michael: Rfi screened housing for electronic circuitry. Technophone, August 12, 1992: GB2252677-A (100 worldwide citation)

A low cost, two-piece housing for a mobile telephone comprises an open-topped box (1) and a separate lid (2). In one embodiment the box (1) is made of conductive material, e.g. from a folded sheet of aluminium, whereas the lid (2) is made of a pliant insulating material (6), e.g. ABS plastics, havin ...


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Harrison Christopher Michael, Powell Mark, Whitley Anthony John, Overy Michael: Program-updating prom. Technophone, November 14, 1990: GB2231419-A (35 worldwide citation)

A PROM (10) has a pre-programmed portion (10a) comprising one or more sub-routines (1-3) of instructional information, a look-up table (4), and an unprogrammed portion (10b). If a sub-routine (2) is found to contain a programming error, i.e. a bug (6), the whole of that sub-routine is re-written as ...


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Vanttila Jaakko, Overy Michael: Radiotelephone with user selectable default modes. Nokia Mobile Phones, August 27, 1997: GB2310567-A (14 worldwide citation)

The radiotelephone has soft keys 14,15 and various functions associated with them. The function associated with a key 14, 15 in a particular mode is displayed adjacent the respective key on display 5. The telephone has means whereby the user can define the default mode functions. The radiotelephone ...


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Overy Michael, Prior Sean: Charging the batteries of radio telephones. Nokia Mobile Phones, March 13, 1996: GB2293056-A (7 worldwide citation)

A radio telephone cradle for holding a handset and providing a battery recharging facility. A catch is provided for securing the handset relative to the cradle member to maintain electrical contact between the telephone's battery and the charger when the telephone is stowed in the cradle.


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Overy Michael, Prior Sean: Radio telephone holder. Nokia Mobile Phones, March 13, 1996: EP0701357-A2 (7 worldwide citation)

A radio telephone cradle for holding a handset and providing a battery recharging facility. A catch is provided for securing the handset relative to the cradle member to maintain electrical contact between the telephone's battery and the charger when the telephone is stowed in the cradle.


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O& 039, Connell Donal, Overy Michael: Radio telephone.. Technophone, October 28, 1992: EP0510809-A2 (3 worldwide citation)

A mobile telephone (1) operated from a vehicle battery (10) comprises an input line (11) for providing a signal indicative of the ignition stage of the vehicle. The telephone (1) has a menu facility for selecting an automatic answer mode. The telephone goes off-hook automatically after a predetermin ...


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O& 039, Connell Donal, Overy Michael: Radio telephone. Technophone, October 28, 1992: GB2255258-A (3 worldwide citation)

A mobile telephone (1) operated from a vehicle battery (10) comprises an input line (11) for providing a signal indicative of the ignition stage of the vehicle. The telephone (1) has a menu facility for selecting an automatic answer mode. The telephone goes off-hook automatically after a predetermin ...


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Overy Michael: Portable controller. Nokia Mobile Phones, July 19, 2000: GB2345777-A

There is described a system for configuring the functionality of any one of a plurality of devices by transferring control information from a portable controller thereto. The portable controller comprises: an input for receiving control information for configuring each device; memory circuitry arran ...


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Overy Michael, Lobo Natividade: Position acquisition. Nokia, January 12, 2005: EP1496370-A1

A first transceiver can position itself by forming an ad hoc network of transceivers which assist the first transceiver in acquiring its position. A dedicated infrastructure such as GPS satellites is not required. The first transceiver, once it has acquired its position, can be involved in a network ...


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Overy Michael, Hietanen Jarmo: Transmitting first data in a radio signal and second data in an acoustic signal which is encoded using information from the first data. Nokia, December 31, 2002: GB2377129-A

A method of wirelessly communicating between a first and second device is disclosed as well as devices for carrying out the method. The method has the steps of transmitting a first set of data from the first device to the second device using a radio signal and transmitting a second set of encoded da ...