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Life Sensor Co., Ltd
Address:
Tokyo, JP
No. of patents:
2
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7817496 Sensor for detecting moving object with the aid of a ultrabandwidth sounding signal October 19, 2010
In the first embodiment, the inventive sensor comprises first and second antennas, a pulse generator provided with two outputs, wherein the first output thereof is connected to the input/output of the first antenna and the second output is connected to the input/output of the second ante
7809077 Method for stabilising time position of an ultrabandwidth signal and a live object monitoring lo October 5, 2010
The invention relates to search and rescue service and can be used for debris active sounding. Said invention makes it possible to improve interference protection related to a temperature, the operator hands motion and trembling effecting the locator operation. The inventive method c

 
 
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