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Tuan K Nguyen, Thomas J Rollins, Harold Holden, Charles W Mooney: Selective call receiver having audible and tactile alerts. Motorola, Jose Gutman, William E Koch, Thomas G Berry, December 15, 1992: US05172092 (84 worldwide citation)

A selective call receiver includes a vibrator (206) for generating alerts. The vibrator (206) includes a housing (402), a flexible member (2) within the housing (402) and coupled thereto, and a moving member (404) coupled to the flexible member (2) for movement about an equilibrium position, the mov ...


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David A Tribbey, Charles W Mooney, Thomas J Rollins: Very low-profile motor arrangement for radio pager silent alerting. Motorola, William E Koch, Vincent B Ingrassia, September 5, 1989: US04864276 (30 worldwide citation)

A low-profile motor arrangement for accomodation in a low-volume electronic device such as a radio pager. The motor is designed to provide a vibrating action for silent alerting that does not require any additional add-on parts, but effects the required vibrator action by a designed-in unbalance in ...


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Thomas J Rollins, Charles W Mooney, Tuan K Nguyen: Unitized housing for silent and tone pager alerting system. Motorola, William E Koch, Vincent B Ingrassia, June 5, 1990: US04931765 (27 worldwide citation)

A housing for an alerting system within a selective call radio receiver exhibits substantial space saving characteristics by incorporating both a low profile vibrator motor for silent alerting and a tone generator for audio alerting. The housing comprises a rigid material defining first and second c ...


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Thomas J Rollins, Charles W Mooney, Irving H Holden: Shock isolation for selective call receivers. Motorola, Pablo Meles, Thomas G Berry, Keith Chanroo, April 26, 1994: US05307508 (19 worldwide citation)

A shock isolator (30) is provided within the housing (38) of a selective call receiver to substantially increase the natural frequency of vibration of the housing (38) and the printed circuit boards (54, 56) within the housing. The shock isolator (30) is a body of elastomeric material, preferably bu ...


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Gary A Cannalte, Richard J Crouse, Richard D Koenig, Thomas J Rollins, Donald L Walker: Emergency communications system. Motorola, James W Gillman, Eugene A Parsons, February 17, 1976: US03939417 (16 worldwide citation)

A control console including a transceiver, a plurality of terminal stations positioned at spaced apart locations remote from the console and each including a transceiver connected to the console by RF or a wire line, and a plurality of call boxes positioned at spaced apart locations adjacent to each ...


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Tuan K Nguyen, Thomas J Rollins, Charles W Snyder, Charles W Mooney: Mounting for multiple crystal filter blanks. Motorola, Daniel R Collopy, Vincent B Ingrassia, William E Koch, April 28, 1992: US05109176 (6 worldwide citation)

Two or more crystal filter blanks are mounted together in such a manner so as to minimize the printed circuit board surface area occupied by their aggregate footprint and to minimize the vibratory and oscillatory interference among the cyrstal filters. Mounting devices are coupled to a first nonvibr ...


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Thomas J Rollins: Electronic selector and method for selecting desired functions and levels. Motorola, Daniel K Nichols, Joseph T Downey, Anthony J Sarli, June 28, 1988: US04754423 (3 worldwide citation)

This is a selector circuit for an electronic device such as a pager that has a plurality of functions with each of the functions having a plurality of levels. First and second switches are provided for selecting the functions and levels. A controller such as a microprocessor is responsive to the fir ...


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Thomas J Rollins, Charles W Mooney, James I Jaffee: Encased electronic component. Motorola, Vincent B Ingrassia, Anthony J Sarli Jr, August 14, 1990: US04949221 (2 worldwide citation)

An encased electronic component comprises a casing (10) for protecting the component while exposing electrodes (or terminations) thereof for soldering. The casing includes an aperture for allowing air internal of the casing to exhaust upon heating during soldering so as to oppose the ingress of fore ...


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Peter S Opela, Thomas J Rollins, Yun Yee Wong: Portable electronic device and method of operation therefore. Motorola, Raindi L Karpinia, Douglas S Rupert, August 8, 2006: US07088256

A portable electronic device (100) comprises an attached device (190,195), a vibrator (175), and a processor (105) coupled between the attached device (190, 195) and the vibrator (175). The processor (105) is adapted to detect the attached device (190, 195), determine an identification for the attac ...