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Darryl P DeWind, Mark E Kramer, Andrew D Weller, Peter J Whitehead, Rodney K Blank, Niall R Lynam: Interior mirror assembly with display. Donnelly Corporation, Van Dyke Gardner Linn & Burkhart, May 13, 2008: US07370983 (384 worldwide citation)

An interior rearview mirror assembly includes a display screen that is extendable and retractable relative to a casing. The display screen is movably mounted at the casing and movable or slidable in a direction generally parallel to a length axis of the reflective element between a non-use position, ...


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Andrew D Weller, Rodney K Blank, Kenneth L Schierbeek, Kenneth Schofield, Niall R Lynam, Troy O Cooprider: Interior rearview mirror system with compass. Donnelly Corporation, Van Dyke Gardner Linn & Burkhart, February 28, 2006: US07004593 (361 worldwide citation)

An interior rearview mirror system includes a compass system and a display. The compass system is operable to display information indicative of a directional heading of the vehicle to a driver of the vehicle. The display comprises a plurality of ports formed in a reflective coating of a mirror refle ...


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Rodney K Blank, Ken L Schierbeek, Jerry L Beck: Vehicle information display. Donnelly Corporation, Price Heneveld Cooper DeWitt & Litton, November 19, 1996: US05576687 (342 worldwide citation)

An information display for use in vehicles including a module or housing located behind, and attached to, a support for the interior rearview mirror assembly. The module includes a display which is observable around the profile of the mirror by the vehicle operator or passengers. An upper portion of ...


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Rodney K Blank, Ken L Schierbeek, Jerry Lee Beck: Vehicle information display. Donnelly Corporation, Van Dyke Gardner Linn & Burkhart, January 13, 1998: US05708410 (307 worldwide citation)

An information display for use in vehicles including a module or housing located behind, and attached to, a support for the interior rearview mirror assembly. The module includes a display which is observable around the profile of the mirror by the vehicle operator or passengers. An upper portion of ...


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Kenneth L Schierbeek, Eric J Hoekstra, Rodney K Blank, Merdad Veiseh, Gregory H DeVette, Kenneth Schofield: Vehicle compass compensation. Donnelly Corporation, Van Dyke Gardner Linn & Burkhart, February 4, 2003: US06513252 (301 worldwide citation)

A compass compensation system is provided for automatically continuously calibrating an electronic compass for a vehicle, without requiring an initial manual calibration or preset of the vehicle magnetic signature. The system initially adjusts a two axis sensor of the compass in response to a sampli ...


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Rodney K Blank, Richard J Gahan, Howard J Haselhuhn Jr, Kenneth L Schierbeek, Kenneth Schofield: Compensation system for electronic compass. Donnelly Corporation, Reising Ethington Barnard & Perry, May 27, 1997: US05632092 (263 worldwide citation)

An electronic compass is described for use in vehicles. The compass employs a magnetoresistive sensor for sensing the earth magnetic field and the sensor is operated in alternate set/reset bias modes. In a first embodiment, the compass is provided with deviation compensation by a closed loop system ...


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Andrew D Weller, Mark L Larson, Ian A McCabe, Niall R Lynam, Rodney K Blank, Joseph P McCaw, John T Uken: Interior rearview mirror assembly with display. Donnelly Corporation, Van Dyke Gardner Linn & Burkhart, December 21, 2010: US07855755 (244 worldwide citation)

A video mirror system for a vehicle comprising an interior rearview mirror assembly having a transflective electro-optic reflective element that transmits at least about ten percent of visible light incident thereon and reflects at least about sixty percent of visible light incident thereon. A displ ...


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Rodney K Blank, Richard J Gahan, Howard J Haselhuhn Jr, Kenneth L Schierbeek, Kenneth Schofield: Compensation system for electronic compass. Donnelly Corporation, Reising Ethington Learman & McCulloch PLLC, September 8, 1998: US05802727 (220 worldwide citation)

An electronic compass is described for use in vehicles. The compass employs a magnetoresistive sensor for sensing the earth magnetic field and the sensor is operated in alternate set/reset bias modes. In a first embodiment, the compass is provided with deviation compensation by a closed loop system ...


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Rodney K Blank, Richard J Gahan, Howard J Haselhuhn Jr, Kenneth L Schierbeek, Kenneth Schofield: Compensation system for electronic compass. July 8, 1997: US05644851 (185 worldwide citation)

An electronic compass is described for use in vehicles. The compass employs a magnetoresistive sensor for sensing the earth magnetic field and the sensor is operated in alternate set/reset bias modes. In a first embodiment, the compass is provided with deviation compensation by a closed loop system ...


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Rodney K Blank, Richard J Gahan, Howard J Haselhuhn Jr, Kenneth L Schierbeek, Kenneth Schofield: Compensation system for electronic compass. Donnelly Corporation, Reising Ethington Barnes Kisselle Learman & McCulloch P C, January 16, 2001: US06173501 (172 worldwide citation)

An electronic compass is described for use in vehicles. The compass employs a magnetoresistive sensor for sensing the earth magnetic field and the sensor is operated in alternate set/reset bias modes. In a first embodiment, the compass is provided with deviation compensation by a closed loop system ...