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Inventor:
Napoles; Adrian
Address:
Lake Villa, IL
No. of patents:
9
Patents:












Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8583193 Hand-held communication device with auxiliary input apparatus and method November 12, 2013
A hand-held communication device, such as a cellular telephone or a personal digital assistant (PDA), comprises a sensor assembly and an auxiliary input interface. The auxiliary input interface is situated along one or more exterior surfaces of the device and is electrically coupled
8259026 Counterpoise to mitigate near field radiation generated by wireless communication devices September 4, 2012
A method (1400) and an RF circuit (100, 400, 700, 1000, 1100, 1200, 1300) for a wireless communication device that mitigates near field radiation generated by the wireless communication device. At least one counterpoise (104, 404, 1304) can be configured to resonate at or near at least o
8116831 Hand-held communication device with auxiliary input apparatus, and method February 14, 2012
A hand-held communication device (100), such as a cellular telephone or a personal digital assistant (PDA), comprises a sensor assembly (200) and an auxiliary input interface (300). Auxiliary input interface (300) is situated along one or more exterior surfaces (110) of device (100) and
8073514 Electronic device having a dual autodiplexing antenna December 6, 2011
A dual autodiplexing antenna (300) redirects power flow (303) from an unloaded antenna to a loaded antenna, thereby improving communication performance under loaded conditions. The dual autodiplexing antenna (300) includes a first antenna (101) disposed at a first end (103) of a port
7764237 Dual autodiplexing antenna July 27, 2010
A dual autodiplexing antenna (300) redirects power flow (303) from an unloaded antenna to a loaded antenna, thereby improving communication performance under loaded conditions. The dual autodiplexing antenna (300) includes a first antenna (101) disposed at a first end (103) of a port
7724194 Dual autodiplexing antenna May 25, 2010
A dual autodiplexing antenna (300) redirects power flow (303) from an unloaded antenna to a loaded antenna, thereby improving communication performance under loaded conditions. The dual autodiplexing antenna (300) includes a first antenna (101) disposed at a first end (103) of a port
7477196 Switched capacitive patch for radio frequency antennas January 13, 2009
An antenna system (102) for receiving and transmitting radio frequency (RF) signals within a plurality of predetermined RF bands includes a ground leg (202), a feed leg (206), one or more capacitive patches (212) and one or more switching devices (214). The feed leg (206) is coupled to
7456793 Electromagnetically transparent decorative metallic surface November 25, 2008
An internal antenna system (200) for reducing interference in a wireless communication device (100) is provided. The internal antenna system (200) comprises an antenna (202) and a housing (110). The housing is configured to reduce interference in the transmission caused by the metal surf
7199762 Wireless device with distributed load April 3, 2007
A wireless device (100) includes a first circuit board (102), a second circuit board (104), and a distributed load (106) having an inductive coupling (112) and a capacitive coupling (114). The inductive coupling (112) and the capacitive coupling (114) form a parallel resonance at pre










 
 
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