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Randy Ekl
Marc Cassidy, Daniel J McDonald, Randy L Ekl: Method of registration in a communication system. Motorola, Susan L Lukasik, September 12, 2000: US06119017 (36 worldwide citation)

A method of registration in a communication system includes the steps of detecting (201) an elevated registration level of at least a part of a communication system, selecting (203) a group recovery time, determining (205) a first random registration time that is less than or equal to the group reco ...


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Randy Ekl
Sewim Fewsi Ablay, Randy L Ekl, Robert J Novorita: Provision of distributed call handling over a plurality of network nodes. Motorola, Susan L Lukasik, October 19, 1999: US05970416 (2 worldwide citation)

The following describes an apparatus for and method of providing and supporting distributed call handling over a plurality of network nodes (401, 403, 405, 407, 409, 411, 413) in a communication system, wherein the network nodes (401, 403, 405, 407, 409, 411, 413) are found in each device with the s ...


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Gary W Grube, Marc C Naddell, Mark L Shaughnessy: Method and apparatus for monitoring environmental conditions in a communication system. Motorola, Susan L Lukasik, February 29, 2000: US06031455 (229 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for monitoring and processing environmental conditions within a wireless communication system is accomplished when a subscriber (22), or group of subscribers, sense an environmental condition or conditions. Upon sensing the particular environmental condition (28) or conditions ...


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Mark L Shaughnessy, Michael D Kotzin, Lester F Eastwood Jr, Gary W Grube: Method of dynamically establishing communication of incoming messages to one or more user devices presently available to an intended recipient. Motorola, Susan L Lukasik, July 27, 1999: US05928325 (223 worldwide citation)

A method of dynamically establishing real-time communication of incoming messages to one or more user devices presently available to an intended recipient. This is accomplished by intelligently coupling a central agent to a plurality of communication networks. The central agent, in response to a det ...


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Marc C Naddell, Gary W Grube: Determining and displaying available services for a communication unit. Motorola, Susan L Lukasik, March 18, 1997: US05613213 (181 worldwide citation)

Information regarding available services from a RF communication system (101) is transmitted by the RF communication system on an RF communication resource(109). The information is received by at least one communication unit (108). The at least one communication unit (108) determines, from the infor ...


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Laura L McPheters: Method for determining when a radio leaves a radio talk group. Motorola, Susan L Lukasik, June 25, 1996: US05530914 (151 worldwide citation)

A method for determining when a radio leaves a radio talk group includes the step of notifying a radio(s), such as the initiator of the call (step 308), that one or more members of the talk group left the talk group. This information allows for the initiator of the call or another radio to re-transm ...


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Alan L Wilson: Multiple-modulation communication system. Motorola, Susan L Lukasik, February 11, 1997: US05602868 (147 worldwide citation)

A multiple-modulation communication system includes a transmitter that modulates and transmits communication signals modulated by a first modulation technique and communication signals modulated by a second modulation technique. The first modulation technique and the second modulation technique are ...


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David Dorenbos: Use of an encryption server for encrypting messages. Motorola, Susan L Lukasik, May 12, 1998: US05751813 (137 worldwide citation)

An encryption server receives a first encrypted message (105) and decrypts (403) the encrypted message using a first key, yielding a decrypted message comprising a second encrypted message (105A), an identification of a sender of the first encrypted message, and an identification of a first recipien ...



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