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Deepak Garg, Douglas Norman Knisely, Prasasth R Palnati: Radio network communication. Airvana Network Solutions, Fish & Richardson P C, March 27, 2012: US08145221 (21 worldwide citation)

Techniques for enabling a radio access network to cause an access terminal in communication with the radio access network to send an update including information about a location of the access terminal.


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Sanjay Cherian, Dennis Ng, Arthur J Barabell, Suresh Ramaswamy, Deepak Garg: Preserving sessions in a wireless network. Airvana Network Solutions, Fish & Richardson P C, January 17, 2012: US08099504 (21 worldwide citation)

A radio network controller and methods for reestablishing sessions in a wireless network are described. At least a portion of session information associated with a first session is saved; and in response to detecting an unexpected degradation of the first session, reestablishment of the first sessio ...


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Sepehr Mehrabanzad, Satish Ananthaiyer, Gopal Harikumar: Reverse link power control. Airvana Network Solutions, Fish & Richardson P C, November 30, 2010: US07843892 (18 worldwide citation)

This description describes examples of performing reverse link power control in a mobile network having a plurality of first modem devices that receive and transmit signals to wireless access terminals (ATs) and a second device in communication with the plurality of first devices. One of the first d ...


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M Vedat Eyuboglu, Arthur J Barabell, Sanjay Cherian: Radio network control. Airvana Network Solutions, Fish & Richardson P C, April 17, 2012: US08160020 (17 worldwide citation)

In connection with a mobile wireless subnetwork having multiple radio network controllers and multiple radio nodes, a session established for an access terminal is associated with a serving radio network controller. The association is maintained as the access terminal moves from the coverage area of ...


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Sepehr Mehrabanzad, Satish Ananthaiyer, Gopal Harikumar: Reverse link power control. Airvana Network Solutions, Fish & Richardson P C, July 19, 2011: US07983708 (17 worldwide citation)

The description describes examples for performing reverse link power control in a mobile network having a plurality of first modem devices that receive and transmit signals to wireless access terminals (ATs) and a second device in communication with the plurality of first devices. Execution is trans ...


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Gopal Harikumar, Mehdi Alasti: Channel assignment in wireless communication. Airvana Network Solutions, Fish & Richardson P C, May 31, 2011: US07953040 (17 worldwide citation)

In a radio access network, an access terminal is assigned frequency channels for communication between the access terminal and a radio node of a radio access network based on a strength of a signal determined for the access terminal.


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Vedat Eyuboglu, Arthur J Barabell, Sanjay Cherian: Radio network control. Airvana Network Solutions, Fish & Richardson P C, June 5, 2012: US08195187 (15 worldwide citation)

In a radio access network, multiple radio network controllers are connected to several radio nodes using a network. The interconnected radio network controllers and radio nodes are addressable, and, therefore, each radio network controller can communicate directly with each radio node and visa versa ...


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Prince Samar, Harjot Saluja, Woojune Kim, Douglas Norman Knisely: Wireless network inter-technology handoffs. Airvana Network Solutions, Fish & Richardson P C, April 23, 2013: US08428601 (15 worldwide citation)

In general, a method is described for handing off a communication session associated with a mobile device from a first network running a first technology to a second network running a second technology different from the first technology, the method comprising: establishing a communication channel w ...


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Deepak Garg, Prasasth R Palnati, Arthur J Barabell: Radio frequency dragging prevention. Airvana Network Solutions, Fish & Richardson P C, January 10, 2012: US08094630 (14 worldwide citation)

A device receives information about signals detected by an access terminal, a first one of the signals corresponds to a radio node with which the access terminal is in communication, and if a second signal detected by the access terminal does not correspond to signals in use by the radio node and th ...


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Roshan M Rao: Multicast flow distribution. Airvana Network Solutions, Fish & Richardson P C, September 20, 2011: US08023439 (14 worldwide citation)

In addition to other aspects disclosed, in response to being informed by a controller of a flow for transmission to at least one access terminal in a wireless network, a master base station router assigns the flow to one of a plurality of slave base station routers to process the flow for transmissi ...