Sony Ericsson seeks India Patent

10 10 2008

According to a report published in the Economic Times dated 10 October 2008, Sony Ericsson Mobile Communication has filed a patent application in India for its new audio headset, which can be connected with various devices using bluetooth technology. The application was filed on August 18, 2008 and has been published in the Patent Office Journal dated October 3, 2008.

In the patent application, the company has given the following description of the device :

An audio headset usable for conducting a voice call through a phone, and for playing audio, such as music, frotR a streaming audio device, by means of a speaker. The headset comprises a signal transceiver, wirelessly connectable to a plurality of devices, including a voice call device and an audio device. A control unit in the headset can be controlled by means of a switea, which is operable to selectively set the control unit to a single point connection setting, in which only audio signals received from p first device are relayed to the speaker, or to a multiple point connection setting, in which audio signals received from the first devicl or from a second device are relayed to the speaker. The first device is typically a mobile phone, and priority is preferably alwayp given to voice call signals from mobile phone even in the multipoint connection setting.

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