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Jeffrey T Klayman, John A Perreault, Katherine Unger, Stephen Schroeder: Apparatus and method for adaptive forward error correction in data communications. Motorola, Nancy R Gamburd, Jeffrey T Klayman, December 16, 1997: US05699365 (187 worldwide citation)

An apparatus (101, 110) and method for adaptive forward error correction in a data communication system (100) provides for dynamically changing forward error correction parameters based upon communication channel conditions, such as noise levels or error rates. In the method embodiment of the invent ...


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Tom Goetz, Manickam R Sridhar, Mukesh Prasad: Multimedia file, supporting multiple instances of media types, and method for forming same. Motorola, Peter M Dichiara, Jeffrey T Klayman, September 21, 1999: US05956729 (149 worldwide citation)

A multimedia file and method for forming the same organize instances of multimedia information according to media information type (e.g., audio, video, MIDI, etc.), encoding format, media subtype, and encoding rate. Several instances of the same media information type are included, each of such inst ...


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Richard Kline: Event-driven cell scheduler and method for supporting multiple service categories in a communication network. Motorola, Darleen J Stockley, Jeffrey T Klayman, August 11, 1998: US05793747 (138 worldwide citation)

The event scheduler (100; 200) and method (300) of the present invention solve the problem of mixing multiple service categories on the same physical link or media by utilizing a calendar queue scheduling method (i.e., based on prior actual transmission times of previous packets). The event-driven c ...


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Michael W Patrick, Dennis J Picker, John A Perreault: Apparatus, method, system and system method for distributed routing in a multipoint communication system. Motorola, Nancy R Gamburd, Jeffrey T Klayman, August 4, 1998: US05790541 (137 worldwide citation)

An apparatus (110, 101), method, system (100) and system method provide for distributed internetwork routing of information in a communication system (100). The communication system (100) is characterized by a topology having a primary node connected to a first network, such as the Internet, and con ...


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Richard B Kline, Krishnan Ramakrishnan, Levent Gun: Simplified calculation of cell transmission rates in a cell based netwook. Motorola, James A Coffing, Jeffrey T Klayman, September 22, 1998: US05812527 (85 worldwide citation)

A cell based network (100) for transmitting ATM user cells (118), including ABR data cells (118.sub.D) and forward control, or RM, cells (118.sub.FRM) at predetermined cell rates from at least one user source (102) in a virtual connection (VC, 110) through at least one ATM switch (120) and at least ...


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Chester A Ruszczyk, Whay Chiou Lee, Imrich Chlamtac: System, device, and method for contention-based reservation in a shared medium network. Motorola, Jeffrey T Klayman, Joanne N Pappas, September 28, 1999: US05960000 (81 worldwide citation)

A system, device, and method for contention-based reservation in a shared medium network resolves collisions resulting from contention access using a combination of probabilistic tree splitting and first-come-first-served splitting techniques. The collision resolution procedure utilizes the first-co ...


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Craig Sheppard Holt, Richard Kline, Krishnan Ramakrishnan: Efficient output-request packet switch and method. Motorola, Darleen J Stockley, Jeffrey T Klayman, August 4, 1998: US05790545 (81 worldwide citation)

A method (1200, 1500, 1600, 1700, 1800) and packet switch (500, 600, 700, 1400,1900, 2000) for efficient switching of a plurality of received packets from a plurality of ingress ports to a plurality of egress ports, using the steps of: A) storing the packets in memory; B) sending arrival information ...


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Chester A Ruszczyk, Whay Chiou Lee, Imrich Chlamtac: System, device, and method for sharing contention mini-slots among multiple priority classes. Motorola, Jeffrey T Klayman, March 23, 1999: US05886993 (79 worldwide citation)

A system, device, and method for sharing contention mini-slots among multiple priority classes determines an aggregate feedback state for each of the priority classes, determines a preferred allocation of contention mini-slots for each of the plurality of priority classes using the aggregate feedbac ...


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John L Moran III, Bruce O Cox, William Leslie Brown: System, device, and method for evaluating dynamic range in a communication system. Motorola, Joanne N Pappas, Jeffrey T Klayman, April 23, 2002: US06377552 (52 worldwide citation)

A system, device, and method for evaluating dynamic range in a communication system utilizes a narrow band multiple tone test signal for emulating a wide band composite signal equivalent to the symbol rate bandwidth of a digitally modulated carrier. The multiple tone test signal is constructed such ...