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Gitzinger Thomas E: Method and apparatus for secure pairing. Motorola, Gitzinger Thomas E, NOSKOWICZ David S, July 6, 2006: WO/2006/071364 (59 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for securely pairing wireless devices is disclosed. The method comprises sending (304) from a first device (102) secure information, such as a Bluetooth code, a pin or combination thereof, over a wired link (260). Then receiving (306) from a second device (104) a confirmation ...


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Kotzin Michael D, Alameh Rachid: Method and apparatus for determining the context of a device. Motorola A Corporation Of The State Of Delaware, Kotzin Michael D, Alameh Rachid, NOSKOWICZ David S, November 3, 2005: WO/2005/103862 (11 worldwide citation)

A handheld electronic device (100) includes at least one context sensing circuit and a microprocessor (204), and a user interface (212). The sensing circuit detects (205) either a contextual characteristic of the device (e.g., ambient light, motion of the device or proximity to or contact another ob ...


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Russell Michael E, Braun Mark R, Sheynman Arnold, Zhai Tongyan: Methods and devices for dual mode bidirectional audio communication. Motorola, Russell Michael E, Braun Mark R, Sheynman Arnold, Zhai Tongyan, NOSKOWICZ David S, May 8, 2008: WO/2008/054985 (10 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are dual mode I/O devices and methods for transmission of a short range radio link such as a Bluetooth link that is a bi-directional real-time audio communication signal that can be over a synchronous circuit-switched transport and an asynchronous packet-switched transport either sequentia ...


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Padmaja Putcha, Burbidge Richard C, Cai Zhijun, Stewart Kenneth A: Multicasting data method in a radio communication system. Motorola, Padmaja Putcha, Burbidge Richard C, Cai Zhijun, Stewart Kenneth A, NOSKOWICZ David S, July 28, 2005: WO/2005/067492 (9 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a method for receiving broadcast data in a system where broadcast data is transmitted on a plurality of frequencies. A user device monitors (302) a first frequency (108) for broadcast data to be transmitted on the first frequency. The device receives on the first frequ ...


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Kotzin Michael D, Alameh Rachid: Method and apparatus for content management and control. Motorola A Corporation Of The State Of Delaware, Kotzin Michael D, Alameh Rachid, NOSKOWICZ David S, November 3, 2005: WO/2005/103860 (7 worldwide citation)

A handheld electronic device (100) includes at least one context sensor (120) and a microprocessor (204), and a user interface (104). The context sensor detects (306) either a contextual characteristic of the device (e.g., ambient light, motion of the device or proximity to or contact another object ...


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Padmaja Putcha, Burbidge Richard C, Cai Zhijun, Stewart Kenneth A: Multicasting data method in a radio communication system. Motorola, Padmaja Putcha, Burbidge Richard C, Cai Zhijun, Stewart Kenneth A, NOSKOWICZ David S, July 28, 2005: WO/2005/067493 (3 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a method for receiving broadcast data in a system where broadcast data is transmitted on a plurality of frequencies. A user device monitors (302) a first frequency (108) for broadcast data to be transmitted on the first frequency. The device receives on the first frequ ...


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Rokusek Daniel S, Frazier Taneka L, Kambhampati Kranti K: Devices and methods for hands-free connectivity to plural devices. Motorola, Rokusek Daniel S, Frazier Taneka L, Kambhampati Kranti K, Khasawnew Firas S, NOSKOWICZ David S, October 2, 2008: WO/2008/118515 (2 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are a hands-free device and a method of a hands-free device for automatic connectivity to two or more handheld devices. Upon power-up of the hands-free device, the device may cycle through all voice communication devices on its paired device list until it either cycles through the entire l ...


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Charlier Michael L: Input writing device. Motorola, Charlier Michael L, NOSKOWICZ David S, March 17, 2005: WO/2005/024775 (2 worldwide citation)

A writing stylus (100) having a motion sensor (204) for sensing the movement of at least one end 110 of the stylus relative to an adjacent surface is described. The stylus has an elongated housing (104) and a cap (102). The motion sensor generates signals corresponding to the relative motion of the ...


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Hassemer Brian J, Harmon Roger W, Meyer Jason W, Ding Zhengping D, Lee Kio: Slidable and foldable electronic device and corresponding method. Motorola, Hassemer Brian J, Harmon Roger W, Meyer Jason W, Ding Zhengping D, Lee Kio, NOSKOWICZ David S, March 9, 2006: WO/2006/026035 (1 worldwide citation)

A collapsible device having first housing (110) rotateably coupled to a second housing (120) so as to rotate from a closed position (103) to an open position (200), wherein the first housing is angularly displaced from the second housing, for example in a wireless communications device. The first ho ...


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Kuchibhotla Ravi, Andersen Niels Peter Skov, Howell Stephen A: Wireless access network sharing among core networks and methods. Motorola A Corporation Of The State Of Delaware, Kuchibhotla Ravi, Andersen Niels Peter Skov, Howell Stephen A, NOSKOWICZ David S, April 28, 2005: WO/2005/039197 (1 worldwide citation)

A method for access network (112) sharing, for example, a GSM or UMTS 3G wireless communications radio access network (RAN), among multiple core networks (120, 12, 124 & 126), for example, wireless communications services networks, including transmitting information about the core network sharing th ...