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Steven F Gillig, Glen E Pederson: Cellular cordless telephone. Motorola, Rolland R Hackbart, January 29, 1991: US04989230 (351 worldwide citation)

A cellular cordless telephone (10) operates with both a cordless base station (180) and a cellular base station (190) and cellular control terminal (196). In one embodiment (FIG. 2), a cellular cordless telephone (100) includes a cellular transceiver (120), antenna (128), keyboard (140), a display ( ...


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Suthirug Num Pisutha Arnond: Intuitive gesture-based graphical user interface. Motorola, Sylvia Chen, Rolland R Hackbart, April 28, 1998: US05745116 (327 worldwide citation)

A user performs a manual selection or a gesture selection of a screen object (210, 220, 230) on a screen (150) of an electronic device (100) using a pointing device (190). After a manual selection, such as a single tap, the electronic device (100) automatically presents a temporary directional palet ...


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Steven F Gillig, Glen E Pederson: Cellular cordless telephone. Motorola, Rolland R Hackbart, June 30, 1992: US05127042 (228 worldwide citation)

A cellular cordless telephone (10) operates with both a cordless base station (180) and a cellular base station (190) and cellular control terminal (196). In one embodiment (FIG. 2) , a cellular cordless telephone (100) includes a cellular transceiver (120), antenna (128), keyboard (140), a display ...


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Thomas A Freeburg, Donald F Dautel: Cellular data telephone system and cellular data telephone therefor. Motorola, Rolland R Hackbart, June 6, 1989: US04837800 (214 worldwide citation)

A unique cellular data telephone system includes a cellular telephone system (CTS 150), a cellular data switch (CDS 170), and a telephone central office (130) for providing both voice and data telephone servies to portable and mobile cellular data telephone (CDTs 102, 122) located anywhere in a larg ...


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Steven F Gillig, Glen E Pederson: Cellular cordless telephone. Motorola, Rolland R Hackbart, November 22, 1994: US05367558 (208 worldwide citation)

A cellular cordless telephone (10) operates with both a cordless base station (180) and a cellular base station (190) and cellular control terminal (196). In one embodiment (FIG. 2), a cellular cordless telephone (100) includes a cellular transceiver (120), antenna (128), keyboard (140), a display ( ...


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Gerald P Labedz, Jeffrey D Bonta, Dennis R Schaeffer, Daniel F Tell: Cellular voice and data radiotelephone system. Motorola, Raymond A Jenski, Rolland R Hackbart, March 31, 1987: US04654867 (206 worldwide citation)

A data message transmission system for a cellular radiotelephone system is disclosed. Data to be transmitted is converted into a format compatible with radio transmission prior to transmission. The data is reconverted to its original format following reception. Handoff is accomplished by halting the ...


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Kenneth A Felix: Packet-switched cellular telephone system. Motorola, Rolland R Hackbart, December 12, 1989: US04887265 (195 worldwide citation)

A unique packet-switched cellular telephone system includes a cellular switch (140) and base sites (110) for providing packet-switched data services to cellular data telephones (102). Cellular switch (140) includes packet access points (152, 153) coupled to a packet network and T1 span lines (160, 1 ...


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James M Williams: Registration of radiotelephones in networked cellular radiotelephone systems. Motorola, Rolland R Hackbart, October 4, 1988: US04775999 (183 worldwide citation)

Adjacent cellular systems (101-103) are interconnected to form a network providing telephone coverage to mobiles located throughout their combined coverage areas (111-113). Each networked cellular system (101-103) includes base sites (412, 414, 416) located in cells (402, 404, 406) and a control ter ...


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Michael Burke, Ken Felix, Daniel Tell, James Williams: Networked cellular radiotelephone systems. Motorola, Rolland R Hackbart, April 12, 1988: US04737978 (168 worldwide citation)

Adjacent cellular systems (101-103) are interconnected to form a network providing telephone coverage to mobiles located throughout their combined coverage areas (111-113). Each networked cellular system (101-103) includes base sites (412, 414, 416) located in cells (402, 404, 406) and a control ter ...


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Ali Pireh: Cellular telephone operable on different cellular telephone systems. Motorola, Rolland R Hackbart, May 28, 1991: US05020093 (154 worldwide citation)

A unique dual-system cellular telephone includes a transceiver (100) having a dual bandwidth receiver, an audio/logic unit (200) having dual control programs, and a handset unit (300). The dual bandwidth receiver of the transceiver (100) has different filters (408 and 410) in the intermediate freque ...



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