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Mark K Eyer, Michael Field: Hypertext markup language protocol for television display and control. General Instrument Corporation, Barry R Lipsitz, Ralph F Hoppin, November 9, 1999: US05982445 (262 worldwide citation)

Textual and graphical displays are provided on a television screen using a hypertext markup language (HTML). On-screen display devices allow a user to invoke hyperlinks to different pages of HTML-coded data in addition to functions calls for controlling television and non-television appliance functi ...


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Yitzhak Zilberman, Steven A Hazard: Cochlear stimulation system employing behind-the-ear speech processor with remote control. Advanced Bionics Corporation, Bryant R Gold, October 20, 1998: US05824022 (175 worldwide citation)

A cochlear stimulation system includes (1) an implantable cochlear stimulator (ICS); (2) a behind-the-ear (BTE) wearable speech processor, including: coils for inductively coupling with the ICS, a first microphone, an LED indicator, and an FM receiver; (3) a remote control unit (RCU), including an F ...


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Eyer Mark K, Field Michael: Hypertext markup language protocol for television display and control. Nextlevel Systems, April 22, 1998: EP0837599-A2 (102 worldwide citation)

Textual and graphical displays are provided on a television screen using a hypertext markup language (HTML). On-screen display devices allow a user to invoke hyperlinks to different pages of HTML-coded data in addition to function calls for controlling television and non-television appliance functio ...


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Walter W Winter, Steven E Gothard, John H Drew: Telephone operator voice storage and retrieval system. Golden Enterprises, Antonelli Terry & Wands, September 29, 1987: US04697282 (98 worldwide citation)

A telephone operator voice storage and retrieval system is capable of presenting to the caller a played-back, previously recorded response message in the actual voice of the operator on duty at the time. The operator is also able to follow-up the played back, previously recorded response message wit ...


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Sanford J Morganstein: Automated identification of attendant positions in a telecommunication system. Syntellect Acquisition, Richards Medlock & Andrews, May 3, 1994: US05309504 (86 worldwide citation)

In a communication complex having attendant positions and data terminals, the audio equipment of each position can be associated with the data terminals without direct connections between the switching system which drives the audio equipment and the host computer which drives the terminals. A progra ...


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R Spencer Quilling II: Mounting kit for mounting one of several types of audio equipment in an automotive dashboard. Metra Electronics Corporation, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, November 21, 1995: US05467947 (81 worldwide citation)

A mounting kit for mounting one of various types of radios or the like to support brackets in a vehicle. The kit includes a radio housing, mounting brackets and shaft supports. The mounting brackets can be used with the radio housing to mount an ISO-DIN radio. The shaft supports can be used with the ...


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Shuji Taguchi, Fumio Saito, Satoshi Kodama: On-vehicle control system. Alpine Electronics, Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione, November 14, 2000: US06148253 (75 worldwide citation)

An on-vehicle control system for controlling various apparatuses mounted on a vehicle contains a front control unit for a front seat passenger and a rear control unit for a rear seat passenger. The front control unit is provided with the functions necessary for driving, such as the navigation contro ...


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Lee S Weinblatt: Portable video and audio equipment holder for use in an automobile. Thomas Langer, January 6, 1987: US04635110 (73 worldwide citation)

An apparatus is disclosed for displaying a video program in an automobile to backseat passengers. The apparatus includes one portion which securely accomodates a TV. To it is rotatably coupled a panel which securely accomodates the VCR and can be swung against the first portion to form a space for p ...


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Thayne N Ellsworth: Portable multiple module simulator aparatus and method of use. Crusade For Kids, Delbert R Phillips, April 23, 1996: US05509806 (67 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus are disclosed for multi-media simulation of the sounds, sights, and motions associated with various real life experiences. Roadable trailers having modules are combined to form a platform or support for an exoskeleton in the shape of various structures such as a spaceship, moo ...