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Ka Yiu Sham, Philip Lim Kong Wong: Fitness monitoring device having an electronic pedometer and a wireless heart rate monitor. Acumen, Evenson McKeown Edwards & Lenahan P L L C, April 6, 1999: US05891042 (207 worldwide citation)

A fitness monitoring device includes an electronic pedometer which responds to a user's body motion at each step and a wireless heart rate monitor which is wirelessly coupled to the electronic pedometer. The wireless heart rate monitor provides a heart beat signal indicative of an exertion level of ...


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Lawrence J Karr, Gary L Wasserman, George R Boehme: Electronic pedometer. Lawrence Joseph Karr, Gary Lee Wasserman, Reagin & King, February 1, 1983: US04371945 (168 worldwide citation)

A pedometer is disclosed which calculates the distance a user walks, jogs or runs by electronically measuring the length of each stride taken by the user. Stride length is measured using ultrasonic waves. The pedometer comprises an ultrasonic generator module which is strapped to one leg of the user ...


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Kazuhiko Yukawa: Electronic pedometer with step sensor in removable insole. Matsushita Electric Works, Armstrong Nikaido Marmelstein & Kubovcik, March 10, 1987: US04649552 (94 worldwide citation)

An electronic pedometer for use on a footwear is disclosed. The pedometer comprises a step sensor carried by the footwear for sensing each step that the user takes to provide an output indicative thereof. Connected to the sensor is a mount base which is secured to the footwear and has thereon a firs ...


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Kazuhiko Yukawa, Isao Tasaka, Yukio Yamamura: Electronic pedometer. Matsushita Electric Works, Armstrong Nikaido Marmelstein & Kubovcik, March 24, 1987: US04651446 (76 worldwide citation)

An electronic pedometer for use on a footwear is disclosed. The pedometer comprises a step sensor and an electric counter connected thereto, both mounted on the instep of the footwear. The step sensor senses a flexing motion that the instep of the footwear undergoes each time of the user just kicks ...


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John C Sherrill: Pedometer distance-measuring device. Drummond Nelson & Ptak, October 11, 1977: US04053755 (44 worldwide citation)

An electronic pedometer is constructed by a combination of a calculator of the hand-held type and a weighted balance switch closed in response to the strides taken by the person wearing or carrying the pedometer. The stride-actuated switch is connected in parallel with the contacts of a function key ...


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Tomoharu Tsuji: Electronic pedometer. Seiko Instruments, Adams & Wilks, November 20, 2007: US07297088 (25 worldwide citation)

To enhance precision in measurement of the number of steps even when a walk cycle changes. An acceleration detecting portion outputs a walk signal corresponding to a walk of a user detected by a walk sensor. A step number counting portion of a counting portion counts each signal which is judged to b ...


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James Carnes, Scott Tomlinson, Stephen Michael Vincent: Shoe housing. adidas International Marketing, Goodwin Procter, October 6, 2009: US07596891 (24 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a shoe with a sole unit, where the sole unit includes a recess for removably receiving a housing of an electronic assembly, for example, an electronic pedometer, an accelerometer, or a speed sensor. Further, the invention relates to a housing for receiving an electronic asse ...


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Tomoharu Tsuji: Electronic pedometer. Seiko Instruments, Adams & Wilks, January 30, 2007: US07169084 (24 worldwide citation)

To carry out step number measurement more precisely even when a walk signal enough to be detected is not obtained. After a fixed noise of a signal detected by an acceleration detecting portion having an acceleration sensor is removed by a filter portion of a counting portion, a walk cycle comparing ...


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Carnes James, Vincent Stephan Michael, Tomlinson Scott: Pod for mounting electronic device to footwear. Adidas Int Marketing, October 4, 2006: EP1707065-A1 (22 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a shoe (1), in particular a sports shoe, with a sole unit, wherein the sole unit comprises a recess (20, 120) for removably receiving a housing (10, 110) of an electronic assembly, in particular an electronic pedometer, accelerometer or speed sensor. According to a f ...


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James Carnes, Scott Tomlinson, Stephen Michael Vincent: Shoe housing. adidas International Marketing, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, July 19, 2011: US07980009 (16 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a shoe with a sole unit, where the sole unit includes a recess for removably receiving a housing of an electronic assembly, for example, an electronic pedometer, an accelerometer, or a speed sensor. Further, the invention relates to a housing for receiving an electronic asse ...



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