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John T McLaughlin, Joseph W Rovan: Tire condition monitoring system. Kelly Bauersfeld Lowry & Kelley, June 5, 2001: US06243007 (78 worldwide citation)

A tire condition monitoring system includes a monitoring device securely positioned within a tire and in electronic communication with a receiver and a cab mounted visual display. In one embodiment, the monitoring device includes a battery, an inductive pick-up coil, pressure and/or temperature sens ...


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Anthony P Uzzo: Tire condition monitoring system. Eaton Corporation, C H Grace, J G Lewis, September 2, 1986: US04609905 (60 worldwide citation)

Tire pressure monitors (10) are incorporated in vehicles (12) having pneumatic tires (15) to continuously or periodically measure air pressure within each tire and to alert the driver should the pressure in any of the tires fall below a predetermined value. A passive transponder (22) is affixed with ...


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Toshiharu Naito, Masahiko Kamiya, Takeyasu Taguchi, Kenji Fujiwara: System for projecting vehicle speed and tire condition monitoring system using same. Nippondenso, Cushman Darby & Cushman, September 17, 1996: US05557552 (40 worldwide citation)

An absolute vehicle speed determining system is provided. This system includes generally a first sensor for detecting an unsprung vibration frequency component acting on a front wheel and a second sensor for detecting an unsprung vibration frequency component acting on a rear wheel. A phase differen ...


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Brumbelow Joseph S: Tire condition monitoring system. August 31, 1971: US3602884 (31 worldwide citation)

A tire monitoring system for a motor vehicle employs a wheel mounted unit which is physically unattached to the remainder of the system. A primary unit of the system is situated to be inductively coupled to the wheel unit. The inductive coupling is intermittent inasmuch as the wheel unit is adjacent ...


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Julian Smith, Steven Holmbraker, William Campbell III, Arlin Bartlett: Tire condition monitoring system with improved sensor means. Stevens Davis Miller & Mosher, February 15, 2005: US06856245 (19 worldwide citation)

A sensor device mountable on a threaded valve stem of an inflatable tire of a vehicle having an actuating pin adapted to be depressed by a component of an air gauge or a connecting fixture of a compressed air line, generally consisting of a housing defining a closed chamber, having a first threaded ...


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Hiroyuki Tsuji, Koji Murayama, Ryozo Okumura: Tire condition monitoring system. Denso Corporation, Posz Law Group, April 10, 2007: US07202777 (10 worldwide citation)

A tire condition monitoring system is composed of a detector installed in each tire, a transmitter positioned in the vicinity of each tire, and a monitor communicating with the transmitters and the detectors. An initiation signal for initiating operation of the detector is wirelessly sent from the t ...


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Taguchi Akihiro, Otsuka Mitsugi: Air-pressure detecting device and tire condition monitoring system. Denso, November 20, 2001: JP2001-322411 (5 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To arbitrarily determine the operation mode of an air-pressure detecting device built in a tire from the external.SOLUTION: In this system having detecting devices 10 respectively built in the tire 4 of each wheel of a vehicle for detecting the air-pressure and periodically rad ...


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Hosaka Akio: Tire condition monitoring system. Nissan Motor Company, August 5, 1975: US3898615 (4 worldwide citation)

A tire mounted sensor and rotatable coil are connected in series and a switch in the sensor closes when the tire pressure is low or the temperature is excessive.A feedback coil of an oscillator is mounted on the vehicle structure in such a manner as to be adjacent to the rotatable coil, and inductiv ...


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Brian Matthew Logan: Aircraft tire condition monitoring system and method. The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, Wood Herron & Evan, December 23, 2008: US07468655 (3 worldwide citation)

An aircraft tire condition monitoring system includes a reader mounted in the fuselage of an aircraft and an antenna that defines a peripheral boundary proximate the circumference of a tire of the aircraft. The antenna is electrically coupled to the reader to facilitate the communication of signals ...