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Joseph M Cannon, James A Johanson, Philip D Mooney: Wireless piconet access to vehicle operational statistics. Agere Systems Guardian, William H Bollman, June 18, 2002: US06408232 (142 worldwide citation)

A wireless piconet transceiver is mounted in a vehicle, and a complementary fixed wireless piconet transceiver is mounted in a garage, service station, police squad car, etc., for communication with the vehicle when parked adjacent thereto. The vehicle establishes a temporary piconet network with th ...


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Jong Mu Choi, Jae Hwan Kim, Jin Woo Lee, Bu Seop Jung, Bo Kun Choi, Yo Han Lee, Yong Joon Jeon: Device searching method and electronic device supporting the same. Samsung Electronics, Jefferson IP Law, February 14, 2017: US09571974 (97 worldwide citation)

An electronic device is provided. The electronic device includes a first communication module configured to support a first communication method, a second communication module configured to support a second communication method, a memory configured to store data used for operations of the first comm ...


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Randall L Hess, Patrick R Cooper, Armando Interiano, Joseph F Freiman: Battery charge monitor and fuel gauge. Compaq Computer, Pravel Hewitt Kimball & Krieger, May 24, 1994: US05315228 (89 worldwide citation)

A battery charge controller and fuel gauge which accurately monitors the voltage, temperature, and charge and discharge current of a rechargeable battery, and calculates the battery's charge capacity and charge level. Each time the battery is fully discharged, any calculated charge level remaining i ...


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Adest Meir, Galin Yoav, Handelsman Lior, Fishelov Amir, Sella Guy: Battery power delivery module. Solaredge, Adest Meir, Galin Yoav, Handelsman Lior, Fishelov Amir, Sella Guy, November 27, 2008: WO/2008/142480 (77 worldwide citation)

A system and method for digital management and control of power conversion from battery cells. The system utilizes a power management and conversion module that uses a CPU to maintain a high power conversion efficiency over a wide range of loads and to manage charge and discharge operation of the ba ...


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Vincent Orlando, Richard Cannarella: Wireless remote fuel gauge. Michael I Kroll, January 13, 1998: US05708424 (63 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a wireless remote fuel gauge (10) comprising a tank gauge (12) positioned on a fuel tank (16A, 16B). The tank gauge (12) comprises a tank gauge microprocessor/analog converter (12A) electrically connected to a tank gauge power line (12F). A tank gauge transmitter (12 ...


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James M Gray, David L Schieble: Dual-mode fuel gauge for display in battery-powered equipment. GE Marquette Medical Systems, Dennis M Flaherty, Christian G Cabou, Phyllis Y Price, February 20, 2001: US06191557 (55 worldwide citation)

A method and an apparatus for informing a system user of the remaining battery terminal voltage as the battery approaches the fully discharged condition. One horizontal fuel gauge icon for each battery is displayed on the host system display panel. The fuel gauge is displayed as two overlapping rect ...


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Armando Interiano, Randall L Hess, Patrick R Cooper, Joseph F Freiman: Battery charge monitor to determine fast charge termination. Compaq Computer Corporation, Pravel Gambrell Hewitt Kimball & Krieger, April 6, 1993: US05200689 (47 worldwide citation)

A battery charge controller and fuel gauge which accurately monitors the voltage, temperature, and charge and discharge current of a rechargeable battery, and calculates the battery's charge capacity and charge level. Each time the battery is fully discharged, any calculated charge level remaining i ...


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Barkhoudarian Sarkis: Non-intrusive fluid measuring system. Rockwell International Corporation, October 20, 1981: US04296472 (43 worldwide citation)

A non-intrusive fuel measuring system particularly adapted for use in fuel tanks of diesel engines. The fuel measuring device may be utilized for measuring fuel level, fuel consumed, fuel flow rate, mass flow rate and other parameters. The fuel device comprises a capacitive probe, digital interface ...


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Ejaz Afzal, Bradley E Bylund, Charles W Frank Jr, Darrel W Pontius: Modular battery system having a pluggable charging module. International Components Corporation, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, June 3, 1997: US05635814 (38 worldwide citation)

A modular battery system for a portable device including a charging module with a retractable plug and charging circuit for converting an AC line voltage to a DC battery charging current. The charging module combines with a battery module and optional fuel gauge (if present) to form a single unit fo ...


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Robert R Turnbull: Battery fuel gauge. Packard Bell NEC, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, March 16, 1999: US05883497 (34 worldwide citation)

A power supply system, for example, for use with a portable personal computer, includes a smart battery pack and a charging system. The smart battery pack is provided with a dedicated microcontroller for controlling the charging level of the battery charger system. In particular, the status of the b ...