Radio receiving set for motor cars

  • US 3,099,797 A
  • Filed: 07/01/1958
  • Issued: 07/30/1963
  • Est. Priority Date: 10/15/1957
  • Status: Expired due to Term
First Claim
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1. IN A MOTOR CAR HAVING A FRAMED WINDSHIELD, AN ASSEMBLY COMPRISING A REAR VIEW MIRROR, A HOLLOW CASING ON THE BACK OF SAID MIRROR AND LYING ENTIRELY WITHIN THE PROFILE OF THE MIRROR AS VIEWED FROM THE REFLECTING SIDE OF THE MIRROR, A RADIO RECEIVER AND AMPLIFIER CIRCUIT MOUNTED WITHIN SAID CASING, A FRAME-TYPE ANTENNA WITH A FERRITE CORE CONNECTED TO SAID RADIO RECEIVER AND AMPLIFIER CIRCUIT AND MOUNTED ENTIRELY WITHIN SAID CASING ALONG THE PORTION THEREOF REMOTE FROM THE SIDE OF SAID CASING ON WHICH SAID MIRROR IS POSITIONED, AND MOUNTING MEANS ON SAID CASING ADAPTED TO MOUNT SAID CASING ON THE FRAME OF THE WINDSHIELD WITHIN THE CAR AND IN A POSITION IN WHICH THE MIRROR AND CASING DEPENDS FROM THE FRAME AND WITH THE CASING BETWEEN THE MIRROR AND THE WINDSHIELD AND THE PORTION OF SAID CASING WITH THE ANTENNA THEREIN CLOSELY ADJACENT THE WINDSHIELD, AND A LOUD SPEAKER MOUNTED IN SAID CAR AT A POINT SPACED FROM SAID ASSEMBLY, AND WIRE CONNECTING SAID RECEIVER AND AMPLIFIER CIRCUIT TO SAID LOUD SPEAKER, WHEREBY THE ANTENNA AND RECEIVER AND AMPLIFYING SYSTEM IS POSITIONED OUT OF THE LINE OF VISION OF THE DRIVER OF THE MOTOR CAR BEHIND THE REAR VIEW MIRROR IN THE OTHERWISE UNUSED SPACED BETWEEN THE MIRROR AND THE WINDSHIELD, AND AN ANTENNA ON THE OUTSIDE OF THE MOTOR CAR AND A CONNECTING WIRE TO THE RADIO RECEIVER AND AMPLIFIER CIRCUIT WITHIN THE CAR IS UNNECESSARY.

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