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SHEYNMAN Arnold, WARDEN James, ALI Shirook M: ÉTALONNAGE DYNAMIQUE EN TEMPS RÉEL POUR UNE ADAPTATION DANTENNE DANS UN SYSTÈME RÉCEPTEUR RADIOFRÉQUENCE, DYNAMIC REAL-TIME CALIBRATION FOR ANTENNA MATCHING IN A RADIO FREQUENCY RECEIVER SYSTEM. Research In Motion, SHEYNMAN Arnold, WARDEN James, ALI Shirook M, HAMILTON Gary W, May 24, 2012: WO/2012/067622 (45 worldwide citation)

This disclosure relates to real-time calibration of a tunable matching network that matches the dynamic impedance of an antenna in a radio frequency receiver system. The radio frequency receiver system includes two non-linear equations that may be solved to determine the reflection coefficient of th ...


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FONG MO HAN: Reference signal for a coordinated multi-point network implementation. Research In Motion, Hamilton Gary W, August 18, 2011: WO/2011/100672 (22 worldwide citation)

A system and method of receiving a channel state information reference signal (CSI-RS) is presented. At a user equipment, a first CSI-RS transmitted from a base station is received. In some implementations, the first CSI-RS is transmitted at a first periodicity using a first set of antenna ports. At ...


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FONG MO HAN: Reference signal for a coordinated multi-point network implementation. Research In Motion, Hamilton Gary W, August 18, 2011: WO/2011/100520 (16 worldwide citation)

A method of decoding a channel state information reference signal (CSI-RS) is presented. An indication of a resource element (RE) configuration allocated for transmission of CSI-RSs by a first cell is received from a second cell. The method includes at least one of using the indication of the RE con ...


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FONG MO HAN: Reference signal for a coordinated multi-point network implementation. Research In Motion, Hamilton Gary W, August 18, 2011: WO/2011/100676 (7 worldwide citation)

A system and method for broadcasting a channel state information reference signal (CSI-RS) is disclosed. A CSI-RS that is orthogonal to CSI-RSs transmitted by each of a first network cell and each of a set of neighbor cells that interfere with the first network cell is identified. In one implementat ...


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Chou Song Tien: Asbestos decomposition. Chou Song Tien, HAMILTON Gary W, July 13, 1989: WO/1989/006167

A method for decomposing and disposing of asbestos compounds through the use of a two part chemical process. The first step in the chemical process involves the decomposition of asbetos through the use of sulfuric acid. The second step of the process involves the solidification of the products resul ...


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Anderson Orin M, Luckemeyer James A, Franke Ernest A, Whitney Thomas G Ii: Robotic system for paint removal. Southwest Research Institute, HAMILTON Gary W, October 3, 1991: WO/1991/014539

An automated robotic paint stripping system which effectively removes paint from an aircraft and which can be installed in a hangar or stripping booth with a minimum of space. The robot system has a total of nine degrees of freedom consisting of two automatic positioner axes (1, 2), a six-axis artic ...


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Peel Harry Herbert Iii: Vital life sign detector. Peel Harry Herbert Iii, HAMILTON Gary W, June 11, 1992: WO/1992/009232

A vital life sign detector which can be used to determine heart and respiration activity in an individual wearing bulky clothing, such as chemical warfare protective clothing. A detector (20), such as an accelerometer or geophone, detects chest wall vibrations of an individual and produces an output ...


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Owen Thomas Edwin: Enhanced detection of seismic diffractor targets. Owen Thomas Edwin, HAMILTON Gary W, October 17, 1991: WO/1991/015783

A method by which seismic exploration data are collected (2-49) in the field and analyzed to selectively emphasize and enhance the detection of diffraction targets and the portrayal of diffraction patterns in the seismogram displays. The method of the present invention has the advantage of discrimin ...


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Jarke Joseph M, Thorsen Ole I: Lightweight, compact, erectable/collapsible wheeled seat. Jarke Joseph M, Thorsen Ole I, HAMILTON Gary W, April 4, 1991: WO/1991/004183

The seat (10) comprises a front end (11) and a back end (12) interconnected by foldable sides (19), (20) and a top (13) which can be swung into a vertical position and inserted into the back end when the seat is collapsed. The ends (11), (12) are shallow, rectangular boxes with their smaller surface ...


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Hill Ralph Henry Jr: Optical inspection of food products. Hill Ralph Henry Jr, HAMILTON Gary W, February 22, 1990: WO/1990/001693

An optical inspection system for using laser-induced luminescence to detect the quality of organic materials, such as foods. The inspection system comprises an excitation means (10) for illuminating a specimen (32) to cause it to produce fluorescent radiation. The spectral representation of the fluo ...