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Electromagnetic transmitting hockey puck (Patent)

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Latest revision as of 16:46, 22 July 2014

Abstract

A hockey puck with an electromagnetic transmitter. The electromagnetic transmitter could include an infrared transmitter, ultraviolet transmitter, radar repeater, RF transmitter or other device for transmitting electromagnetic waves outside of the visible spectrum. The electromagnetic transmitter is turned on using a shock sensor and is turned off using a timer.

Patent

Electromagnetic transmitting hockey (pdf)

Related Pages

Recollections of the development of the FoxTrax hockey puck tracking system

Sportvision

Technological Innovations in Sports Broadcasting

Tracking the Ice Hockey Puck - FoxTrax (Glow Puck)