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Stephen B Meads: Mobile pay telephone system. Australian and Overseas Telecommunications, Richard C Litman, December 21, 1993: US05272747 (116 worldwide citation)

A mobile telephone system for public transportation vehicle, such as trains, cabs, etc., provides passengers with a wide variety of public services presently not available in any other system. Such services include access to facsimile machines and other peripheral devices, a range of payment options ...


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Calvin J Stein: Enhanced telephony apparatus and system. Australian and Overseas Telecommunications Corporation, Baker & Daniels, May 21, 1996: US05519770 (20 worldwide citation)

An enhanced services unit for connection to existing exchanges is described. The unit is connected via an exchange emitting CCITT common channel signaling system #7 (CCSS#7) trunk connections to an existing exchange and is viewed by the exchange as another exchange. The unit may control switching vi ...


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Littlewood Morgan: Multicasting method for a telecommunications network. Australian And Overseas Telecommunications Corporation, Littlewood Morgan, WEBBER David Brian, October 3, 1991: WO/1991/015070 (1 worldwide citation)

A multicasting method for a telecommunications network which is adapted to transmit information in segments (20, 22, 24) of data (10). The method involves generating and transmitting segments (22, 24) of data (10) to be multicast with the segments including common message identification data (32) an ...


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Galanis Tom L, Hostetter Richard S Jr, Hoffner Joel L, Clymer John C, Yerkes Ronald W, Jones Duane T: Systeme de calibrage electro-optique, Electro-optical gaging system. Bethlehem Steel Corporation, Australian And Overseas Telecommunications Corporation, MARKS & CLERK, June 15, 1982: CA1125915

Abstract of the Disclosure Two computerized electro-optical systems coverthe gaging of one or more orthogonal dimensions of a movinghot bar using one or more back-lighted camera heads. Eachcamera head may be fixedly mounted, or rotated on a scannerto produce profile data at various peripheral positi ...


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Friskin Steven James, Betts Ralph Alexander: Improvements to optical phase shifting. Australian And Overseas Telecommunications Corporation, Friskin Steven James, Betts Ralph Alexander, WATERMARK, October 14, 1993: WO/1993/020475

A non-reciprocal optical phase shifter is disclosed, together with various applications. The phase shifter includes direction dependent and independent polarisation rotating devices (52, 53) in parallel optical paths which are recombined, so that the relative phase shift of the output signal depends ...


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Pain Geoffrey Norman: Uniform deposition of a thin film on a surface. Australian And Overseas Telecommunications Corporation, Pain Geoffrey Norman, WEBBER David Brian, January 9, 1992: WO/1992/000406

Method and apparatus for depositing a thin film (of materials such as metals, oxides, chalcogenides, pnictides, super-conductors, etc.) on a surface (116) (such as a semiconductor substrates) applicable to techniques (such as chemical vapor deposition, sputtering, and spraying pyrolysis) that provid ...


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Stein Calvin Jonathan: Enhanced telephony apparatus and system. Australian And Overseas Telecommunications Corporation, Stein Calvin Jonathan, WATERMARK, January 9, 1992: WO/1992/000642

An enhanced services unit (10) for connection to existing exchanges (20) is described. The unit is connected via CCSS#7 trunk connections (24) to an existing exchange (20) and is viewed by the exchange as another exchange. The unit may control switching via re-entrant trunks (60) on the main exchang ...


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Frisken Steven James: Quasi-soliton communication system. Australian And Overseas Telecommunications Corporation, Frisken Steven James, WATERMARK PATENT 2nd Floor The Atrium 290 Burwood Road Hawthorn VIC 3122, April 30, 1992: WO/1992/007430

An optical transmission system, particularly useful for long-span, long haul, high data rate applications. The inventive system utilises pulses with a width of at least 20 % of the bit period. Instead of solitary pulses as in soliton systems, the system uses pulses which will eventually interact, bu ...


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Dell John Marcel, Yoffe Gideon William: An electro-optic device. Australian And Overseas Telecommunications Corporation, Dell John Marcel, Yoffe Gideon William, WEBBER David Brian, October 31, 1991: WO/1991/016729

An electro-optic device (2) including a first part (4, 6, 10, 16) of a first semiconductor technology and a second part (12, 14) of a second semiconductor technology. The first and second parts are fabricated separately and the first part is bonded to the second part. The second part (12, 14) includ ...


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Betts Ralph Alexander: Sagnac loop gates. Australian And Overseas Telecommunications Corporation, Betts Ralph Alexander, WATERMARK PATENT Level 4 Amory Gardens 2 Cavill Avenue Ashfield NSW 2131, February 18, 1993: WO/1993/003406

A three terminal optical device (26, 25, 30) is disclosed based on a Sagnac interferometer. Control pulses (29) are coupled into the Sagnac loop (L) which switch the system from transmission to reflection. The control pulses preferably have a different wavelength from the signal, allowing their sepa ...