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Eric Morgan Dowling, Duncan Leo MacFarlane, Mark Nicholas Anastasi: Geographical web browser, methods, apparatus and systems. Eric M Dowling, February 18, 2003: US06522875 (338 worldwide citation)

A geographical web browser allows a user to navigate a network application such as the Word Wide Web by physically navigating in geographical coordinates. For example, a geographical web browser is implemented in a mobile unit such as a dashboard computer. The mobile unit includes one or more transd ...


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Eric Morgan Dowling, Mark Nicholas Anastasi: Virtual connection of a remote unit to a server. Eric M Dowling, June 3, 2003: US06574239 (138 worldwide citation)

A method is provided for reconnecting a telephone modem with a reduced delay by reducing a time associated with retraining. A wireline communication connection is initialized by a telephone modem to train a set of parameters. The parameters are stored in a memory structure. The connection is used fo ...


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Eric Morgan Dowling: Negotiated wireless peripheral security systems. Eric M Dowling, May 31, 2005: US06901429 (107 worldwide citation)

Methods, apparatus, and business techniques are disclosed for use in mobile network communication systems. A mobile unit such as a smart phone is preferably equipped with a wireless local area network connection and a wireless wide area network connection. The local area network connection is used t ...


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Eric Morgan Dowling: Negotiated wireless peripheral systems. Eric M Dowling, November 15, 2005: US06965914 (84 worldwide citation)

Methods, apparatus, and business techniques are disclosed for use in mobile network communication systems. A mobile unit such as a smart phone is preferably equipped with a wireless local area network connection and a wireless wide area network connection. The local area network connection is used t ...


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Eric M Dowling: Virtual-wait queue for mobile commerce. Eric M Dowling, January 18, 2005: US06845361 (83 worldwide citation)

A method and a system are provided for maintaining a virtual-wait queue that controls access by customers to a physical resource such as a restaurant table. The method and system are especially adapted for use by customers operating Internet-enabled wireless devices. The system operates by maintaini ...


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Eric Morgan Dowling, Duncan Leo MacFarlane, Mark Nicholas Anastasi: Geographical web browser, methods, apparatus and systems. Eric M Dowling, January 3, 2006: US06983139 (77 worldwide citation)

A geographical web browser allows a user to navigate a network application such as the Word Wide Web by physically navigating in geographical coordinates and roaming through coverage areas of cellular base stations, wireless LANs, microcells, and other such broadcast domains. A mobile unit communica ...


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Eric Morgan Dowling, Duncan Leo Mac Farlane, Mark Nicholas Anastasi: Geographical web browser, methods, apparatus and systems. Eric M Dowling, March 29, 2005: US06873850 (71 worldwide citation)

A geographical web browser allows a user to navigate a network application such as the Word Wide Web by physically navigating in geographical coordinates and roaming through coverage areas of wireless LANs, microcells, and other such local broadcast domains. A mobile unit communicates with a network ...


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Eric Morgan Dowling, Robert A Westerlund: Methods, smart cards, and systems for providing portable computer, VoIP, and application services. Robert A Westerlund, Eric M Dowling, November 18, 2008: US07451921 (61 worldwide citation)

A smart card is used with a network based system to providing portable telecommunication and computing services. In an exemplary embodiment the smart card holds a user authentication code and user telephony account information. The smart card transfers the user authentication code and the account in ...


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Eric Morgan Dowling: Federated multiprotocol communication. Eric M Dowling, April 25, 2006: US07035932 (54 worldwide citation)

Methods, apparatus, and business techniques are disclosed for use in distributed communication systems comprising a plurality of communication protocols. In one embodiment a first air interface is used to initiate communication between a wireless client and a remote server at least partially using a ...


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Eric Morgan Dowling: High-speed modem with uplink remote-echo canceller. Eric M Dowling, July 22, 2003: US06597732 (52 worldwide citation)

A high-speed modem operates at speeds as high as 64 kbps in both the downlink direction from a digital modem to an analog subscriber and at an increased speed in the uplink direction from the analog subscriber back to the digital modem. Known systems provide a 56 kbps connection in the downlink dire ...