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Vincent D Park, Georgios Tsirtsis, Alan William O Neill, M Scott Corson: Providing quality of service for various traffic flows in a communications environment. QUALCOMM Incorporated, François A Pelaez, March 15, 2011: US07907970 (141 worldwide citation)

The claimed subject matter relates to providing appropriate QoS treatment to one or more traffic flows associated with a terminal, wherein the QoS treatment is defined within a profile assigned to the terminal and implemented when the terminal requests access to a network. An access mode can receive ...


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Marcello Lioy: Concurrent internet protocol connectivity to an access terminal and a tethered device. QUALCOMM Incorporated, François A Pelaez, December 28, 2010: US07860088 (68 worldwide citation)

Using split interfaces for Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) and Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4), and bridging the IPv4 interface, makes it possible to support a Tethered Device (TD) and an Access Terminal (AT) having concurrent IP connectivity. This configuration enables the support of IP Multi ...


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Roberto Rimini, Peter D Heidmann, Joseph P Burke: Method and apparatus for adaptive non-linear self-jamming interference cancellation. QUALCOMM Incorporated, François A Pelaez, June 3, 2014: US08744377 (16 worldwide citation)

Certain embodiments of the disclosure propose a method for cancelling co-channel interference (self-jamming) generated by nonlinearities in the radio-frequency (RF) front-end devices. The proposed method utilizes an adaptive non-linear filter to generate a distorted version of the transmitted signal ...


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Charles E Wheatley III, Edward G Tiedemann Jr: Mobile station assisted timing synchronization in a CDMA communication system. QUALCOMM Incorporated, Thomas R Rouse, Charles D Brown, François A Pelaez, November 13, 2007: US07295531 (15 worldwide citation)

In the present invention, the slave base station attains synchronization with the reference base station through messages transmitted from and received by a mobile station either in the soft handoff region between the reference base station and the slave base station or within a range which allows t ...


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George Tsirtsis, M Scott Corson, Vincent Park, Rajiv Laroia, Pablo Anigstein: Base station methods and apparatus for establishing connections. QUALCOMM Incorporated, David J Huffaker, François A Pelaez, Thomas R Rouse, December 2, 2008: US07460504 (15 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for establishing communication links, used to support communications sessions with one or more end nodes, e.g., mobile devices, are described. Various features are directed to a mobile node controlling the establishment of initial links to a first access node and the establishm ...


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Sai Yiu Duncan Ho, Aleksandar Damnjanovic, Aziz Gholmieh, Edward G Tiedemann Jr, Gang Bao, Sanjiv Nanda: System and method for scheduling transmissions in a wireless communication system. QUALCOMM Incorporated, François A Pelaez, April 3, 2012: US08150407 (13 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods for scheduling data transmissions in a wireless communication system using scheduling requests and grants. In one embodiment, a wireless communication system has a base station and one or more mobile stations coupled by a wireless link having forward- and reverse-link channels. T ...


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Rajarshi Gupta, Fatih Ulupinar, Parag A Agashe, Peerapol Tinnakornsrisuphap, Rajat Prakash, Gavin B Horn, Gerardo Giaretta, Kalle Ahmavaara, Osok Song: Providing multiple levels of service for wireless communication devices communicating with a small coverage access point. QUALCOMM Incorporated, François A Pelaez, May 15, 2012: US08179903 (13 worldwide citation)

Local breakout is provided by one or more nodes (e.g., a local access point and/or a local gateway) in a wireless network to facilitate access to one or more local services. In conjunction with local breakout, multiple IP points of presence relating to different levels of service may be provided for ...


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Manoj M Deshpande, Sanjiv Nanda, Jen Mei Chen, Francesco Pica, Parag A Agashe, Gavin B Horn, Rajat Prakash, Nathan E Tenny, Aziz Gholmieh, Srinivasan Balasubramanian, Mehmet Yavuz: System and method for cell search and selection in a wireless communication system. QUALCOMM Incorporated, François A Pelaez, November 19, 2013: US08588773 (10 worldwide citation)

Systems and methodologies are described herein that facilitate improved cell search and selection in a wireless communication system. For example, a terminal as described herein can utilize one or more Closed Subscriber Group (CSG)-specific offset and/or hysteresis parameters as described herein to ...


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Alan Barbieri, Durga Prasad Malladi, Yongbin Wei, Naga Bhushan, Peter Gaal: Method and apparatus for use of licensed spectrum for control channels in cognitive radio communications. QUALCOMM Incorporated, François A Pelaez, October 14, 2014: US08861452 (9 worldwide citation)

Techniques are provided for control signaling and channel selection in cognitive Long Term Evolution (LTE). In one example, there is provided a method, operable by a mobile entity, that involves receiving, on a licensed channel, broadcasted channel usage information regarding at least one unlicensed ...


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Gavin B Horn, Avneesh Agrawal, Ashwin Sampath, Alexei Y Gorokhov, Naga Bhushan: System and method for scheduling over multiple hops. QUALCOMM Incorporated, François A Pelaez, August 13, 2013: US08509162 (8 worldwide citation)

Systems and methodologies are described that facilitate scheduling over multiple hops in a wireless communication network. Radio resources can be partitioned into sets of sub-frames that can be allocated statically and/or dynamically. Statically allocated radio resources can be reassigned over time ...