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Steve Clayton: Mobile device notification with opinions. AT&T Mobility II, Woodcock Washburn, October 9, 2007: US07280818 (202 worldwide citation)

Notifying users of mobile communication devices, which may include providing options for response to notifications. A component of a communication service provider system receives an indication of a notification for a user of a mobile communication device. The notification may be received from a sou ...


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Wen Ping Ying, Don Hjort: QoS channels for multimedia services on a general purpose operating system platform using data cards. AT&T Mobility II, October 27, 2009: US07609700 (168 worldwide citation)

Upper layer applications discover, establish and manage the QoS connectivity through a SIP (session initiation protocol) that serves as a unified interface. In one implementation, this is IP Multimedia Subsystem-centric, further supporting applications that utilize SIP for session control. This capa ...


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Jacqueline Klock, Beverly Ann Bowman, Deborah L Ballot, Selena G Womac, Rebecca Winter, Kenneth Dale Heil: Mobile communications billing architecture. AT&T Mobility II, May 17, 2011: US07945240 (162 worldwide citation)

A telecommunications payment system which includes a transaction component that facilitates the communication of at least billing and payment information to at least one of a plurality of mobile terminals. In operation the carrier will cause the transaction component to communicate an SMS message to ...


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Kurt Donald Huber, Arthur Richard Brisebois, Judson John Flynn: Femto cell access point passthrough model. AT&T Mobility II, Turocy & Watson, June 5, 2012: US08194549 (156 worldwide citation)

The subject innovation provides system(s) and method(s) to supply fixed, differentiated quality of service (QoS) for packetized traffic (e.g., voice and data) intended for femto cell coverage when transmitted concurrently with external broadband traffic. Quality of Service differentiation is supplie ...


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Roger Mahler, Judith C Espejo, Nhan Tran, Lanny Gilbert, Thomas W Bonner: Intermediary query manager for 2G and 3G services. AT&T Mobility II, April 5, 2011: US07920529 (149 worldwide citation)

An intermediary system that seamlessly evolves the 2G/2.5G storage mediums to the 3G entities (e.g., a logical HSS) and provides subscriber data to 3G services such as IMS, from legacy data sources. An Intermediary Query Manager (IQM) is provided that functions as intermediary/broker system, and sup ...


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Steven I Carlson, Scott E Riffe: Call handling scheme to reduce roaming charges. AT&T Mobility II, Moazzam & Assoc, December 1, 2009: US07627314 (147 worldwide citation)

A second switch receives an indication from a roaming network that a call forwarded by the roaming network has been dropped by the roaming network, and in response to receiving the indication, forwards the call from a first switch.


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Wen Ping Ying, Don Hjort: QoS channels for multimedia services on a general purpose operating system platform using data cards. AT&T Mobility II, Turocy & Watson, July 3, 2012: US08213363 (145 worldwide citation)

A SIP (session initiation protocol) service activation abstraction layer that provides a unified interface to upper layer applications for discovering, establishing, and managing the QoS connectivity. In one implementation, this is IP Multimedia Subsystem-centric, further supporting applications tha ...


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Melanie Sater, Ginger Chien, Dan Druta: Systems and methods for real-time service assurance. AT&T Mobility II, Amin Turocy & Watson, July 29, 2014: US08793363 (144 worldwide citation)

A system and methods for providing service assurance using real-time monitoring, management and maintenance capabilities to provide customers and vendors with information related to the state of the service. The service assurance domain implements end-to-end functionality with a level of granularity ...


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DeWayne Allan Sennett, Brian Kevin Daly: Management of preemptable communications resources. AT&T Mobility II, Baker & Hostetler, June 24, 2014: US08761792 (142 worldwide citation)

In a communications spectrum shared by public safety users and commercial users, in the event of an emergency condition, commercial users are preempted and corresponding resources are reallocated to authorized public safety users. When the emergency condition subsides, the reallocated resources are ...


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Ted Stine, Joseph A Speeney: Call queue in a wireless device. AT&T Mobility II, Davis Wright Tremaine, May 13, 2008: US07373179 (142 worldwide citation)

A wireless phone includes a memory, a processor, and a call queue function, the call queue function to enable the configuration and storage in the memory of a call queue, the call queue comprising an ordered list of entries to dial, wherein the processor and the memory cooperate to enable the call q ...