Douglas W Hill, James T Lynn: Adaptive system and method for responding to computer network security attacks. Motorola, Gregory J Gorrie, July 11, 2000: US06088804 (383 worldwide citation)

A dynamic network security system (20) responds to a security attack (92) on a computer network (22) having a multiplicity of computer nodes (24). The security system (20) includes a plurality of security agents (36) that concurrently detect occurrences of security events (50) on associated computer ...

Theresa C Y Wang, Steven H Moritz: Mobile unit tracking system. Motorola, Gregory J Gorrie, Robert M Handy, November 15, 1994: US05365451 (262 worldwide citation)

A communication network keeps track of the locations of mobile units which utilize the network. On powering up, the mobile units determine their current locations using signals broadcast, for example, by overhead satellites. They then send data communication messages to the network describing their ...

Durrell W Hillis: Dynamic pricing method and apparatus for communication systems. Motorola, Robert M Handy, Gregory J Gorrie, Frederick M Fliegel, April 12, 1994: US05303297 (232 worldwide citation)

A communication system service billing arrangement is described that adapts to system loading in realtime. As system loading varies, one or more individual subscribers units (ISU) of a communication system are provided with realtime information on the current cost of the communication service. The s ...

Bruce Alan Fette, Jack H Millman: Software programmable radio and method for configuring. Motorola, Gregory J Gorrie, April 18, 2000: US06052600 (210 worldwide citation)

A software programmable radio (200) receives information to configure a reconfigurable resource (208) to perform an operation based on the information. A processor (210) within the reconfigurable resource performs a software program in accordance with the operation, such as a waveform for communicat ...

Mark A Wood: Project management system with automated schedule and cost integration. Motorola, Gregory J Gorrie, Robert M Handy, January 10, 1995: US05381332 (185 worldwide citation)

A bridge is provided between a conventional network scheduling tool and a conventional performance measurement tool which automatically ties the two together. The combination is adapted to operate within an organization having numerous resources that are used to accomplish projects. Data required by ...

Moe Rahnema: Method and apparatus for adaptive directed route randomization and distribution in a richly connected communication network. Motorola, Gregory J Gorrie, July 4, 1995: US05430729 (159 worldwide citation)

In a global communication system that includes a constellation of satellite nodes that move with respect to each other, data packets are routed across communication links in a evenly distributed fashion. Uniform link usage is achieved within allowed routes determined by end to end transport delay cr ...

Shawn Wesley Hogberg, Thomas Peter Emmons Jr, Robert H Smith: Systems and method for use in a dual mode satellite communications system. Motorola, Harold C McGurk, Gregory J Gorrie, Frank J Bogacz, March 6, 2001: US06198730 (156 worldwide citation)

A communications network is capable of using time division multiple access (TDMA) techniques, code division multiple access (CDMA) techniques, or a combination of both. A subscriber unit (

Kristine P Maine, Ann K Miller, Phillip E Hall: Wide area paging with roaming subscriber units. Motorola, Walter W Nielsen, Gregory J Gorrie, April 9, 1996: US05506886 (147 worldwide citation)

A paging system (10) includes any number of spaced apart transmitters (12), each of which has its own area (15) of coverage. A population of subscriber units (24) freely roams between the areas (15). When a subscriber unit (24) roams to a new area (15), a call is placed from a telephone instrument ( ...

Paul Roy Kennedy, Timothy Gerard Hall, William Chunhung Yip: Radio telecommunication device and method of authenticating a user with a voice authentication token. Motorola, Gregory J Gorrie, July 4, 2000: US06084967 (138 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and a method are described for providing a security token. The security token may be used for numerous applications, but is particularly useful in conjunction with radiotelephone devices having secure functions. In accordance with the invention the user must insert a PIN and utter sounds. ...

Daniel Richard Tayloe: Multiple smart card phone and method. Motorola, Gregory J Gorrie, November 16, 1999: US05987325 (136 worldwide citation)

A telephone, such as a radiotelephone, is provided having the capability to concurrently operate with two subscriber identification module (SIM) cards. The telephone advantageously permits a single phone to have two telephone numbers associated therewith.