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James A Proctor Jr, Kenneth M Galney: Non-frequency translating repeater with downlink detection for uplink and downlink synchronization. WiDeFi, Posz Law Group, June 19, 2007: US07233771 (75 worldwide citation)

A non-frequency translating repeater (110, 210, 300) for use in a time division duplex (TDD) radio protocol communications system includes detection retransmission and automatic gain control. Detection is performed by detectors (309, 310) and a processor (313). Detection can be overridden by process ...


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James A Proctor Jr, Kenneth M Gainey: Wireless area network using frequency translation and retransmission based on modified protocol messages for enhancing network coverage. WiDeFi, Posz Law Group, April 3, 2007: US07200134 (52 worldwide citation)

In a wireless communications network such as a WLAN, a frequency translating repeater (200, 204) facilitates and enhances wireless communication between a first communication device (100) and one or more second client unit (104, 105) using frequency translation and retransmission based on modified p ...


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Kenneth M Gainey, Kevin J Negus, James C Otto, James A Proctor Jr: Frequency translating repeater with low cost high performance local oscillator architecture. WiDeFi, Posz Law Group, March 6, 2007: US07187904 (42 worldwide citation)

A frequency translating repeater (120) for use in a time division duplex (TDD) radio protocol communications system includes local oscillator (LO) circuits (210, 310, and 410) to facilitate repeating by providing isolation, reduced phase noise, reduced pulling, and the like. Tunable LOs (441, 442) c ...


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James A Proctor Jr, Kenneth M Gainey, Carlos M Puig, James C Otto, Lawrence W LaMont Jr: Physical layer repeater with selective use of higher layer functions based on network operating conditions. WiDeFi, Posz Law Group, June 12, 2007: US07230935 (32 worldwide citation)

A physical layer frequency translating repeater (600, 700) for use in a wireless network includes signal processor (710-714) coupled with a signal processing bus (711), a processor (627) and a memory (650). The physical layer repeater conducts physical layer repeating and selectively conducts layer ...


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Proctor James A, Gainey Kenneth M: Wireless local area network repeater. Widefi, Proctor James A, Gainey Kenneth M, POSZ David G, December 31, 2003: WO/2004/002014 (16 worldwide citation)

A repeater (200) facilitates wireless communication between a first communication device (100) and a second communication device (105) in a wireless network using a time division duplex protocol for data transmission. The repeater (200) includes a receiver (310, 315) for receiving a signal on either ...


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Proctor James A Jr, Gainey Kenneth M, Shad Faisal M: Non-frequency translating repeater with detection and media access control. Widefi, Proctor James A Jr, Gainey Kenneth M, Shad Faisal M, POSZ David G, December 1, 2005: WO/2005/115022 (10 worldwide citation)

A non-frequency translating repeater (110, 210, 300) for use in a time division duplex (TDD) radio protocol communications system includes detection retransmission and automatic gain control. Detection is performed by detectors (309, 310) and a processor (313). Detection can be overridden by process ...


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Proctor James A Jr, Gainey Kenneth M: Improved wireless network repeater. Widefi, Proctor James A Jr, Gainey Kenneth M, POSZ David G, July 22, 2004: WO/2004/062305 (4 worldwide citation)

A frequency translating repeater (250) for use in a time division duplex radio protocol communications system includes a processor (260), a bus (261), a memory (262), an RF section (264), and an integrated station device (264). An access point (210) is detected based on information transmitted frequ ...


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Proctor James A Jr, Gainey Kenneth M: Wireless local area network repeater with in-band control channel. Widefi, Proctor James A Jr, Gainey Kenneth M, POSZ David G, May 6, 2004: WO/2004/038958 (3 worldwide citation)

A frequency translating repeater (200) for use in a WLAN environment includes an in-band management link. A signal received on an antenna (300) is split to provide signal detection in a detection and control unit (385) wherein detection is performed by detectors (370, 371) filters (375, 376), conver ...


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Proctor James A Jr, Gainey Kenneth M: Wireless local area network with repeater for enhancing network coverage. Widefi, Proctor James A Jr, Gainey Kenneth M, POSZ David G, April 15, 2004: WO/2004/032362 (2 worldwide citation)

In a wireless communications network such as a WLAN, a frequency translating repeater (200, 204) facilitates and enhances wireless communication between a first communication device (100) and one or more second client unit (104, 105) using frequency translation and retransmission based on modified p ...


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Gainey Kenneth M, Negus Kevin J, Otto James C, Proctor James A Jr: Frequency translating repeater with low cost high performance local oscillator architecture. Widefi, April 4, 2007: EP1769645-A2 (2 worldwide citation)

A frequency translating repeater (120) for use in a time division duplex (TDD) radio protocol communications system includes local oscillator (LO) circuits (210, 310, and 410) to facilitate repeating by providing isolation, reduced phase noise, reduced pulling, and the like. Tunable LOs (441, 442) c ...



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