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Hirose; Masanobu
Fuchu, JP
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5977917 Antenna apparatus capable of producing desirable antenna radiation patterns without modifying an November 2, 1999
A portable communication system includes a first metal housing for containing a high frequency circuit unit such as a transmitting circuit and a receiving circuit, a second metal housing for containing a low frequency circuit unit such as a control circuit, and also an antenna mounte
4983976 Signal transmission system and method January 8, 1991
A data transmission system includes a data carrier which has a memory for storing therein data including an identification code and which is attached to an object and a main apparatus having a microwave oscillator so as to conduct communications with the data carrier by use of a micr

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