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Arlene J Harris: Cellular mobile radio credit card system. Baker & McKenzie, October 4, 1988: US04776003 (132 worldwide citation)

Cellular mobile telephone stations which are intended for installation and use in public transportation facilities, e.g., taxicabs, limousines, rental cars, etc. are equipped to support credit card billing of transient customers for use of the station services. The cellular pay stations, from the vi ...


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Norman J Beamish, Robert Saunders, John S Walley, Hon M Yung: System for using a local wireless network to control a device within range of the network. Skyworks Solutions, Farjami & Farjami, February 17, 2004: US06694143 (127 worldwide citation)

This invention provides a communication device that is capable of interacting with a local wireless communication system when the communication device is within range of the local wireless communication system for controlling operating characteristics of the communication device. The communication d ...


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Stephen B Meads: Mobile pay telephone system. Australian and Overseas Telecommunications, Richard C Litman, December 21, 1993: US05272747 (112 worldwide citation)

A mobile telephone system for public transportation vehicle, such as trains, cabs, etc., provides passengers with a wide variety of public services presently not available in any other system. Such services include access to facsimile machines and other peripheral devices, a range of payment options ...


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Robert W Behnke: Automated, door-to-door, demand-responsive public transportation system. Chernoff & Vilhauer, November 23, 1982: US04360875 (103 worldwide citation)

A flexible-route transportation system, primarily utilizing privately-owned vehicles to provide ridesharing transportation for the public, is described. Interactive communications terminals are provided through which drivers of the vehicles may rapidly transmit ride offers via a telecommunications n ...


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H Brock Kolls: Electronic commerce terminal for facilitating incentive-based purchasing on transportation vehicles. USA Technologies, RatnerPrestia, August 19, 2003: US06609103 (98 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to an electronic commerce terminal for conducting credit card, e-mail, e-commerce, e-business, and other types of transactions from a public transportation vehicle. Public transportation vehicles can include taxis, airplanes, buses, trains, subway, trolley, streetcar, a ...


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Bertrand Gagne: Lighting system. Donald E Hewson, March 12, 1996: US05499170 (97 worldwide citation)

A lighting track for use in public transportation vehicles comprises an outer track having upstanding walls connected together by a base portion, together defining a first retention channel. The upstanding walls have a downwardly facing first barrier portion. A receptacle has first and second side w ...


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William H Greer: Vehicle identification and position signalling system in a public transportation system. Robert W Berray, September 21, 1982: US04350969 (69 worldwide citation)

Each vehicle of a transportation system is provided with a radio transmitter providing electable and different sequences of signals, one part of the signal identifying the vehicle, and another changing sequence of signals, either under operator control or automatically by attachment to the odometer, ...


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Goro Asai, Fusaki Igarashi, Kenichi Murata, Takahiro Hashimoto, Masaki Kakihara: Route guiding apparatus and medium. Toyota Jidosha Kabushiki Kaisha, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner L, July 16, 2002: US06421606 (56 worldwide citation)

A route guiding apparatus provides information for a route using public transportation as an alternative to a vehicular route. In addition to searching for a vehicular route from a current location to a destination, it is determined whether the current location and the destination are within a zone ...


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Arlene J Harris: Communication system. Baker & McKenzie, October 11, 1988: US04777646 (56 worldwide citation)

Cellular mobile telephone stations which are intended for installation and use in public transportation facilities, e.g., taxicabs, limousines, rental cars, etc. are equipped to support credit card billing of transient customers for use of the station services. The cellular pay stations, from the vi ...


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H Brock Kolls: Method of transacting an electronic mail, an electronic commerce, and an electronic business transaction by an electronic commerce terminal operated on a transportation vehicle. USA Technologies, RatnerPrestia, September 16, 2003: US06622124 (51 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to an electronic commerce terminal for conducting credit card, e-mail, e-commerce, e-business, and other types of transactions from a public transportation vehicle. Public transportation vehicles can include taxis, airplanes, buses, trains, subway, trolley, streetcar, a ...



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