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Venkata C Majeti, Mowaffak T Midani, Richard J Watson, Kenneth A Zabriskie: Customer premises equipment receives high-speed downstream data over a cable television system and transmits lower speed upstream signaling on a separate channel. AT&T, Charles L Warren, January 30, 1996: US05488412 (343 worldwide citation)

In accordance with an embodiment of the present invention, a home controller receives signals from the cable television system and utilizes a cable demodulator tuned to the RF frequency of the channel which carries the data information. The cable demodulator demodulates the RF encoded signals into c ...


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Michael G Hluchyj, Amit Bhargave, Nanying Yin: Method for prioritizing, selectively discarding, and multiplexing differing traffic type fast packets. Codex Corporation, Darleen J Stockley, Steven G Parmelee, Charles L Warren, July 27, 1993: US05231633 (312 worldwide citation)

A queueing and dequeueing mechanism for use in an integrated fast packet network, wherein fast packets from differing traffic types are multiplexed with one another through use of a weighted round-robin bandwidth allocation mechanism (517). Fast packets within a particular traffic type are selected ...


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Venkata C Majeti, Mowaffak T Midani, Richard J Watson, Kenneth A Zabriskie: Apparatus and method for integrating downstream data transfer over a cable television channel with upstream data carrier by other media. AT&T, Charles L Warren, July 9, 1996: US05534913 (245 worldwide citation)

A split channel bridging unit includes a router that operates under the control of a control processor to route packets of information destined for a user to a modulator which is connected to the cable distribution head-end of the cable television system which serves the requesting user. The modulat ...


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Enrico L Bocchieri, Sedat I Gokcen, Rajendra P Mikkilineni, David B Roe, Jay G Wilpon: Automatic speech recognizer. AT&T Bell Laboratories, Dwight A Marshall, Charles L Warren, July 12, 1994: US05329608 (219 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and method for recording data in a speech recognition system and recognizing spoken data corresponding to the recorded data. The apparatus and method responds to entered data by generating a string of phonetic transcriptions from the entered data. The data and generated phonetic transcript ...


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Michael G Hluchyj, Nanying Yin: Dynamic encoding rate control minimizes traffic congestion in a packet network. Codex Corporation, Darleen J Stockley, Charles L Warren, May 19, 1992: US05115429 (217 worldwide citation)

This invention is suited for a packet network that carries bursty data. A mechanism is coupled to an edge node for coding bursty information into a digital format at either a first coding rate of a second coding rate which is less than the first rate. A mechanism senses traffic overload of one or mo ...


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David E Borth, Ira A Gerson, Philip J Smanski, Richard J Vilmur: Automatic gain selector for a noise suppression system. Motorola, Douglas A Boehm, Donald B Southard, Charles L Warren, December 16, 1986: US04630305 (216 worldwide citation)

An automatic gain selector is disclosed for use with a noise suppression system which performs speech quality enhancement upon a noisy speech signal available at the input to generate a noise-suppressed speech signal at the output by spectral gain modification. The channel gain controller (240) of t ...


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Venkata C Majeti, Mowaffak T Midani, Richard J Watson, Kenneth A Zabriskie: Apparatus and method for diplaying an alert to an individual personal computer user via the users television connected to a cable television system. AT&T, Charles L Warren, April 30, 1996: US05512935 (190 worldwide citation)

A user's personal computer is coupled to a home controller which is, in turn connected to the input cable from a cable television system and to a set top box which determines the channel to be delivered to an associated television. The service provider transmits over a conventional modem communicati ...


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Richard J Vilmur, Joseph J Barlo, Ira A Gerson, Brett L Lindsley: Noise suppression system. Motorola, Douglas A Boehm, Charles L Warren, Anthony J Sarli Jr, March 7, 1989: US04811404 (189 worldwide citation)

An improved noise suppression system (800) is disclosed which performs speech quality enhancement upon the speech-plus-noise signal available at the input (205) to generate a clean speech signal at the output (265) by spectral gain modification. The improvements of the present invention include the ...


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David E Borth, Ira A Gerson, Richard J Vilmur: Automatic background noise estimator for a noise suppression system. Motorola, Douglas A Boehm, Donald B Southard, Charles L Warren, December 16, 1986: US04630304 (181 worldwide citation)

An improved background noise estimator (320) is disclosed for use with a noise suppression system (300) for generating an estimate of the background noise power spectral density provided to noise suppressor (310), which performs speech quality enhancement upon the pre-processed speech-plus-noise sig ...


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David E Borth, Ira A Gerson, Richard J Vilmur: Noise suppression system. Motorola, Douglas A Boehm, Donald B Southard, Charles L Warren, December 9, 1986: US04628529 (166 worldwide citation)

An improved noise suppression system (400) is disclosed which performs speech quality enhancement upon speech-plus-noise signal available at the input (205) to generate a clean speech signal at the output (265) by spectral gain modification. The noise suppression system of the present invention incl ...