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Sherwin I Seligsohn, Scott Seligsohn: Sub-orbital, high altitude communications system. International Multi Media Corporation, Kenyon & Kenyon, July 28, 2009: US07567779 (43 worldwide citation)

A sub-orbital, high altitude communications system comprising at least two ground stations and at least one high altitude relay station. Each of the ground stations including means for sending and receiving telecommunications signals. The relay stations include means for receiving and sending teleco ...


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Sherwin I Seligsohn, Scott Seligsohn: Sub-orbital, high altitude communications system. International Multi Media Corporation, Kenyon & Kenyon, November 30, 2010: US07844218 (25 worldwide citation)

A sub-orbital, high altitude communications system that has at least two ground stations and at least one high altitude relay station. Each of the ground stations includes apparatus for sending and receiving telecommunications signals. The relay stations include apparatus for receiving and sending t ...


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Seligsohn Sherwin I, Seligsohn Scott: Sub-orbital, high altitude communications system. International Multi Media Corporation, Seligsohn Sherwin I, Seligsohn Scott, BECK Stuart E, February 9, 1995: WO/1995/004407 (5 worldwide citation)

A sub-orbital, high altitude communications system comprising at least two ground stations (12) and at least one high altitude relay station (28, 130). Each of the ground stations (12) including means for sending and receiving telecommunications signals (20, 22, 36). The relay stations (28, 130) inc ...


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Seligsohn Sherwin I, Seligsohn Scott: Systeme de communication sous-orbital a haute altitude, Sub-orbital, high altitude communications system. International Multi Media Corporation, International Multi Media Corporation, OGILVY RENAULT SENCRLSRL, February 9, 1995: CA2168353

A sub-orbital, high altitude communications system comprising at least two ground stations (12) and at least one high altitude relay station (28, 130). Each of the ground stations (12) including means for sending and receiving telecommunications signals (20, 22, 36). The relay stations (28, 130) inc ...


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Seligsohn Sherwin I, Seligsohn Scott: High efficiency sub-orbital high altitude telecommunications system. International Multi Media Corporation, Seligsohn Sherwin I, Seligsohn Scott, sBECK Stuart E, December 19, 1996: WO/1996/041429

A wireless telecommunications system comprising a plurality of telecommunications nodes (28) that include receivers and transmitters that are located in a sub-orbital plane. The telecommunications signals are broadband digital radio signals which are modulated by code division multiple access spread ...


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