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Rajendra Patel: Personal telecommunications system. Network Access Corporation, Harold E Meier, May 24, 1994: US05315636 (305 worldwide citation)

The location independent personal telecommunications system of the present invention enables a subscriber to have a single personal telephone directory number. When that personal telephone number is dialed, the system uses the existing public and cellular communication systems and a service node all ...


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W Hampton Pitts, Ronald G Thomas: Monitoring and reporting system for remote terminals. Access Corporation, Neuman Williams Anderson & Olson, January 9, 1990: US04893248 (267 worldwide citation)

A system is disclosed for monitoring and accumulating data indicative of viewer authorized pay per view TV programs at each of a plurality of remote terminals, wherein each remote terminal is coupled illustratively by non-dedicated telephone lines to a host computer at a central station. The remote ...


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Jorge J Inga, Thomas V Saliga: Automated high definition/resolution image storage, retrieval and transmission system. Automated Medical Access Corporation, David Kiewit, June 14, 1994: US05321520 (215 worldwide citation)

An automated high definition/resolution image storage, retrieval and transmission system for use with medical X-ray film or other documents to provide simultaneous automated access to a common data base by a plurality of remote subscribers upon request, the automated high definition/resolution image ...


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Jorge J Inga, Thomas V Saliga: Image transmission system with patterned data compression. Automate Medical Access Corporation, David Kiewit, January 24, 1995: US05384643 (91 worldwide citation)

A storage, retrieval, and transmission system is configured to provide fast, efficient telecommunication access to digitized images (e.g., medical diagnostic X-ray images) to multiple requesting subscribers. Image data are downloaded, via the telephone lines, to a remote display terminal in an optim ...


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Rajendra Patel, Kenneth A Lauffenburger, David W Thorn, Donald D Binford Jr, Zye Kong Cheng, Yeong Haw Yang, Gerald K Coley, Charles C Miller: Method and apparatus for enhancing the operating capabilities of a telephone switching system. Network Access Corporation, Harold E Meier, November 1, 1988: US04782519 (83 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus is described for providing extended subscriber features, e.g., equal access, to otherwise non-conforming central offices of a telephone switching system. According to the invention, a register module is interposed between the subscriber line and an input of the central office ...


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Rajendra Patel: Telecommunications system and protocol for avoiding message collisions on a multiplexed communications link. Network Access Corporation, Harold E Meier, May 16, 1995: US05416780 (75 worldwide citation)

A location independent personal telecommunications system is presented that utilizes an out-of-band bi-directional burst data communications network to assist in the routing of personal communications via an in-band voice and data communications network. Access to the out-of-band network for communi ...


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David W Thorn, Rajendra Patel, Gordon Sohl: Apparatus and method for providing existing 1ESS and 1AESS telephone switching equipment with the capability of using the SS7 protocol. Network Access Corporation, Harold E Meier, February 4, 1992: US05086461 (72 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to upgrading existing telephone central offices having 1ESS or 1AESS switching equipment to utilize the SS7 protocol. In particular, the 1ESS and 1AESS switching equipment is provided with the capability of controlling the connection, management, and disconnection of telephone ...


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John Leonard Semmlow, Lawrence Stark: Storage and retrieval system for magnetic tape cassettes. Direct Access Corporation, Limbach Limbach & Sutton, February 10, 1976: US03938190 (65 worldwide citation)

A system for storing and retrieving information-bearing units or modules, such as magnetic tape cassettes, including a fixed two-dimensional storage array, a fixed processing or play station for extracting information from the units, and a movable selection mechanism, having three degrees of freedom ...


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John L Meagher, Charles E Rothrauff, Trey Alexander: Means and method of dial up bridging of network for high bandwidth digital communication. Digital Access Corporation, Armstrong Westerman Hattori McLeland & Naughton, February 13, 1996: US05491695 (63 worldwide citation)

A high bandwidth data loop employs a plurality of individual circuits of a telephone network using a dialing inverse multiplexer communications device. The dialing inverse multiplexer is capable of selectively accessing ones of the plurality of circuits so as to provide any selected bandwidth or bit ...


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David W Thorn, Rajendra Patel, Gerald Coley, Ashok Trivedi, Girish Patel: Apparatus and method for providing existing telephone switching equipment with the capability of using the SS7 protocol. Network Access Corporation, Harold E Meier, August 1, 1989: US04853955 (63 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to upgrading existing telephone central offices which utilize electromechanical or electronic switching equipment incapable of using the SS7 protocol. In particular, it relates to providing the switching equipment with the capability of controlling the connection, management, a ...