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Revel Agnes M, Burbidge Richard C, Crisler Kenneth J, Whinnett Nick W: Method of transmitting scheduling information by a wireless communication device and a wireless communication device. Motorola, Revel Agnes M, Burbidge Richard C, Crisler Kenneth J, Whinnett Nick W, VAAS Randall S, February 28, 2008: WO/2008/024628 (23 worldwide citation)

A method of transmitting scheduling information by a wireless communication device (200) to a network (112) for allocation of resources to the wireless communication device, comprises the steps of transmitting (500) to the network first scheduling information (SI1) relating to a first resource requi ...


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Salkintzis Apostolis K, Burbidge Richard C: Non-3gpp access to 3gpp access inter-rat handover with resource preparation. Motorola, Salkintzis Apostolis K, Burbidge Richard C, Chen Sylvia Y, December 23, 2009: WO/2009/154640 (11 worldwide citation)

A pre-registration phase (800) and a resource preparation phase (900) reduce latency when a user equipment (UE) (210) hands over from a non-3GPP radio access (220) such as WiMAX to an 3GPP radio access network (230) such as E-UTRAN. During a pre-registration phase (800), a Forward Attachment Functio ...


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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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Revel Agnes M, Burbidge Richard C, Fabien Jean Aicard, Love Robert T: Event trigger for scheduling information in wireless communication networks. Motorola, Revel Agnes M, Burbidge Richard C, Fabien Jean Aicard, Love Robert T, BOWLER Roland K, December 21, 2006: WO/2006/135486 (8 worldwide citation)

A mobile wireless communication terminal, for example, 3G UMTS user equipment (UE), and methods including receiving (310) a notification of a change in a cell serving the mobile wireless communication terminal, and transmitting (320) scheduling information to a new serving cell in response to receiv ...


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Burbidge Richard C, Putcha Padmaja, Sudini Ramesh, Zhao Hui: Establishing radio link control in wireless communication networks. Motorola, Burbidge Richard C, Putcha Padmaja, Sudini Ramesh, Zhao Hui, BOWLER Roland K, December 21, 2006: WO/2006/135482 (5 worldwide citation)

A wireless communication terminal (300) including a radio transceiver (320), and a radio link control entity (310) that re-initiates a radio link control reset procedure when the transceiver receives a message containing an instruction to change an uplink or downlink protocol data unit size during a ...


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Burbidge Richard C, Kuchibhotla Ravi, Putcha Padmaja, Stewart Kenneth A: A method and apparatus for interrupting a transmission of a multicast signal. Motorola, Burbidge Richard C, Kuchibhotla Ravi, Putcha Padmaja, Stewart Kenneth A, CHEN Sylvia Y, May 26, 2005: WO/2005/048466 (4 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for interrupting a transmission of a multicast signal includes a common channel selector (106) coupled to a receiver (102) to receive common channel information (116) therefrom. A repetition value calculator (108) receives measurement occasion information (118) from the common ...


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Raghuram Sharada, Burbidge Richard C, Dorsey Donald A: A method for a radiotelephone to scan for higher priority public land mobile network. Motorola, Raghuram Sharada, Burbidge Richard C, Dorsey Donald A, CHEN Sylvia Y, November 25, 2004: WO/2004/102926 (3 worldwide citation)

A method for a radiotelephone to scan for a higher priority (including home) public land mobile network (PLMN) without searching in all possible RATs and frequencies includes a first step of establishing (12) an inclusive list of all frequencies in all radio access technologies (RATs) in use by the ...


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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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Marshall Paul R, Roberts David K, Burbidge Richard C: Battery economising in a communications system. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, MOODY Colin J, March 15, 2001: WO/2001/018980 (2 worldwide citation)

In communications systems such as telemetry systems in which a receiver (34) is periodically energised to receive transmissions from a central station, the receiver includes power control means (12) for controlling the energisation of the receiver, a circuit (48) for detecting the presence of a carr ...


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Burbidge Richard C, Kuchibhotla Ravi, Putcha Padmaja, Stewart Kenneth A: A method and apparatus for interrupting a transmission of a multicast signal. Motorola, July 26, 2006: EP1683286-A2 (1 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for interrupting a transmission of a multicast signal includes a common channel selector ( 106 ) coupled to a receiver ( 102 ) to receive common channel information ( 116 ) therefrom. A repetition value calculator ( 108 ) receives measurement occasion information ( 118 ) from ...