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Subodh Bapat: Automatic storage of persistent objects in a relational schema. Racal Datacom, William A Newton, March 15, 1994: US05295256 (296 worldwide citation)

A translator for translating objects defined in an object-oriented programming environment to a relational database schema permits persistent storage of object instances as records in a relational database. Object instances are mapped to entity tables with object instances represented by entity reco ...


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Subodh Bapat: Automatic storage of persistent ASN.1 objects in a relational schema. Racal Datacom, William A Newton, March 1, 1994: US05291583 (238 worldwide citation)

A translator for translating objects defined in Abstract Syntax Notation such as ASN.1 to a relational database schema permits persistent storage of object instances as records in a relational database. Object classes are mapped to entity tables with object instances represented by entity records. S ...


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Praduemn K Goyal: Apparatus and method for displaying data communication network configuration after searching the network. Racal Datacom, William A Newton, Jerry A Miller, April 13, 1993: US05202985 (146 worldwide citation)

In a data communication network, a method and apparatus for determining routing in a diagnostic channel utilizes a search token which is passed through nodes of a memory model of the network. The memory model represents nodes as one (or a combination of) object models representing aggregation, deagg ...


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Subodh Bapat: Dynamic translation of network management primitives to queries to a database. Racal Datacom, William A Newton, May 31, 1994: US05317742 (105 worldwide citation)

A technique for dynamically translating network management primitives into operations on management information stored within a relational database hosting a management information base. A CMIP network management operation and argument is retrieved from a network management processing machine and pr ...


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Simon A B Avarne: Data communication system. Racal Datacom, Anna E Mack, December 6, 1994: US05371796 (73 worldwide citation)

In a data communication system a plurality of users are equipped with respective devices for computation and authentication of message authenticators. Each device stores a common cryptographic function; a common secret key and a respective non-secret offset for the key. They are programmed to perfor ...


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Ching Y Kung: Alarm filter in an expert system for communications network. Racal Datacom, William A Newton, February 7, 1995: US05388189 (71 worldwide citation)

An Expert System 10 for providing diagnostics to a data communications network 5. Alarms from a Network Manager 24 are received and queued by an Event Manager 117 and then filtered by an Alarm Filter 118 to remove redundant alarms. Alarms which are ready for processing are then posted to a queue ref ...


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Ting Herh, Lungshan She, Adolfo J Hidalgo: Data modem with remote firmware update. Racal Datacom, Jerry A Miller, William A Newton, December 7, 1993: US05268928 (61 worldwide citation)

A data modem is provided with a boot ROM having a set of instructions for a programmable processor to perform its basic functions within the modem. Enhancements and firmware updates are downloaded over a telephone line through the modem's inherent communications abilities and stored in a battery bac ...


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John H Boal, Mark K Newton: Communications bus and controller. Racal Datacom, Pedro P Hernandez, August 13, 1996: US05546392 (56 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides for a communication bus (52) and controller (54) which can control communication in more than one communication mode on a TDM bus by inhibiting or interrupting communication in a first mode during communication in a second mode. The bus (52) includes a allocate channel ...


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Simon A B Avarne: Access control. Racal Datacom, Anna E Mack, June 21, 1994: US05323465 (54 worldwide citation)

A plurality of portable tokens are issued e.g. for authenticating instructions within an electronic banking network. Each token requires entry of a respective password in order to operate and becomes locked if a number of incorrect password entries are made. Each token also stores a respective crypt ...


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