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Thomas H Scholl, William E Witowsky: Network management gateway. Telogy Networks, Stephen C Glazier, April 21, 1998: US05742762 (374 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides network management of a network or multiple networks, using a Web client, and including multimedia and hypermedia capability. The present invention provides a unified, remote, graphical, transparent interface for Web users, working at a Web client, to a variety of mana ...


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Keith Hogan, Thomas H Scholl, William E Witowsky: Real-time embedded software respository with attribute searching apparatus and method. Telogy Networks, Roberts & Brownell, July 7, 1998: US05778368 (303 worldwide citation)

The Real-Time Embedded Software Repository Apparatus fully characterizes, evaluates, and reuses real-time embedded software that is placed or stored in a repository database. The Repository System comprises at least one Repository Client and at least one Repository Server and utilizes simulation and ...


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Thomas H Scholl, William E Witowsky: Network management gateway. Telogy Networks, Levy & Grandinetti, November 7, 2000: US06145001 (116 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides network management of a network or multiple networks, using a Web client, and including multimedia and hypermedia capability. The present invention provides a unified, remote, graphical, transparent interface for Web users, working at a Web client, to a variety of mana ...


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Gary Sugar: System and method for voice Playout in an asynchronous packet network. Telogy Networks, Roberts & Brownell, August 4, 1998: US05790538 (89 worldwide citation)

A System for Voice Playout in an Unsynchronized Packet Network for use with isochronous and asynchronous data transmission over a communication network having at least one receiving unit and at least one transmitting unit each having independent clocks. A FIFO voice codeword storing device in the re ...


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Thomas H Scholl, Jeffrey A Scott, William E Witowsky: System for transferring facsimile data without dedicated G3 hardware. Telogy Networks, Roberts &Brownell, August 11, 1998: US05793498 (75 worldwide citation)

A system that provides supporting software to allow facsimile documents to be transferred via non-traditional mechanisms such as electronic mail, the Internet, and V.32 or other non-fax modems. The system allows facsimile documents to be transferred by computer without intermediate G3 facsimile hard ...


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Soon Y Kwon: Method for speech coding based on a code excited linear prediction (CELP) model. Telogy Networks, June 6, 2000: US06073092 (66 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a method for speech coding using Code-Excited Linear Prediction (CELP) producing toll-quality speech at data rates between 4 and 16 Kbit/s. The invention uses a series of baseline, implied and adaptive codebooks, comprised of pulse and random codebooks, with associated gain ve ...


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Dunling Li, Zoran Mladenovic, Bogdan Kosanovic: Adaptive two-threshold method for discriminating noise from speech in a communication signal. Telogy Networks, Robby T Holland, Frederick J Telecky Jr, April 30, 2002: US06381570 (64 worldwide citation)

A method of discriminating noise and voice energy in a communication signal. A signal is measured in a plurality of block periods, which are sampled to obtain a measurement of the block energy value for the signal. The blocks are compared to a noise threshold and to a voice threshold to discriminate ...


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Dunling Li, Gokhan Sisli, Daniel Thomas: SID frame detection with human auditory perception compensation. Telogy Networks, Warren L Franz, W James Brady, Frederick J Telecky Jr, October 19, 2004: US06807525 (41 worldwide citation)

A method to reduce the amount of bandwidth used in the transmission of digitized voice packets is described. The method is used to reduce the number of transmitted packets by suspending transmission during periods of silence or when only noise is present. The system determines if a background noise ...


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Dragomir D Dimitrijevic, Dale Berisford: System and method for multi-dimensional resource scheduling. Telogy Networks, Stephen C Pillsbury Madison & Sutro Glazier, November 2, 1999: US05978363 (34 worldwide citation)

A system and method is presented for multi-dimensional scheduling, unscheduling, and control of resources using a database approach. Indivisible resources, percentage divisible resources, and range divisible resources are scheduled, unscheduled, and controlled. Resources in telecommunication systems ...


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David Lide: Synchronization of voice packet generation to unsolicited grants in a DOCSIS cable modem voice over packet telephone. Telogy Networks, Levy & Grandinetti, January 30, 2001: US06181716 (20 worldwide citation)

Packet production by a digital signal processor (DSP) is synchronized with modem transmission opportunities in a cable network. The cable modem computes the average waiting time a packet spends waiting to be transmitted by the modem. The DSP re-syncs transfer of packets to the modem by using this av ...