Title:
Portable radiotelephone or similar article
United States Patent D309451


Inventors:
Nagele, Albert L. (Wilmette, IL)
Application Number:
07/146143
Publication Date:
07/24/1990
Filing Date:
01/15/1988
Assignee:
Motorola, Inc. (Schaumburg, IL)
Primary Class:
Other Classes:
D14/138, D14/138R
Field of Search:
D14/124, D14/137-139, D14/157, D14/159, D14/191, D14/218, D14/251, D14/257, D14/258, D14/299, 379/58, 379/59, 455/73, 455/89, 455/90
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US Patent References:
4881258Portable type mobile radio telephoneNovember, 1989Kaiwa et al.379/58
D301473Portable housing for radio handset, transceiver and batteryJune, 1989RojcD14/138
D282169Portable housing for a mobile telephone, radio transceiver and battery packJanuary, 1986LarsonD14/65
D271490Telephone setNovember, 1983Fukushima et al.D14/138
4286335Coaxial dual antenna connection arrangement for communications apparatusAugust, 1981Eichler et al.455/89
D250890Telephone station set baseJanuary, 1979StokesD14/138
D246043Vehicular telephone apparatus or similar articleOctober, 1977TaylorD14/138
3824465PORTABLE TONE DECODER-ENCODER SYSTEMJuly, 1974Blough379/58



Other References:
Radio Shack, 1988 Catalog No. 419, p. 4 (CT-200 Transportable Cellular Phone).
Motorola, Product Brochure R3-4-02A (1975), Handie-Talkie FM Radio PT-300 Series.
Motorola, Product Brochure R3-4-01A (1973), PT-200/300 Series FM Handie-Talkie.
Primary Examiner:
SHOOMAN, THEODORE M
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
ATTN: DONALD B. SOUTHARD (MOTOROLA, INC., 1303 ALGONQUIN ROAD, SCHAUMBURG, IL, 60196, US)
Claims:
1. The ornamental design for a portable radiotelephone or similar article, asshown and described.

Description:

FIG. 1 is a top, front, and right side perspective view of a portable radiotelephone or similar article showing my new design, with the broken line matter being for illustrative purposes only and forming no part of the claimed design;

FIG. 2 is a rear elevational view thereof;

FIG. 3 is a left side elevational view thereof;

FIG. 4 is a bottom plan view thereof;

FIG. 5 is a top, front and right side perspective view thereof, the telephone handset receiver cup portion is rotated 90 degrees.