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Matthew B Shoemake, Carl M Panasik, Jie Liang: Wireless communications system using both licensed and unlicensed frequency bands. Texas Instruments Incorporated, Texas Instruments Incorporated, October 14, 2004: US20040203815-A1

A communications system including devices (10, 20) for transmitting and receiving wireless communications over licensed and unlicensed bands is disclosed. On the transmit side, a device (10) includes a plurality of message sources (8A, 8B, 8C) and a smart router (12) function executed by a processor ...


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Alan M Gilkes, Carl M Panasik: Location estimation in narrow bandwidth wireless communication systems. Texas Instruments Incorporated, September 23, 2004: US20040185873-A1

The phase difference between a known stable reference signal (11) and a known signal output by a wireless mobile communication device (5, 5B) is determined at several known locations (1-4, 1B-4B). The location of the wireless mobile communication device is then determined from the phase difference i ...


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Alan Gatherer, Mohammed Nafie, Anand G Dabak, Carl M Panasik, Michael L McMahan: Concentrator for coupling local wireless networks to a wired network. Texas Instruments Incorporated, May 30, 2002: US20020065058-A1

A concentrator (11) coupled to a wired network (13) also acts as a master device relative to each of a plurality of ad hoc wireless communication networks (15), thereby permitting wireless communication devices in the ad hoc networks to access the wired network. The concentrator utilizes antenna arr ...


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Carl M Panasik: Thin Film Resonator And Method. Texas Instruments Incorporated, May 30, 2002: US20020063497-A1

A thin film resonator and method includes a first electrode (110) and a second electrode (112) substantially parallel to the first electrode (110). An intermediate layer (120) is disposed between and coupled to the first and second electrode (110, 112). The intermediate layer (120) includes a first ...


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Madison F Pedigo, Carl M Panasik: Location Determination With A Wireless System. Texas Instruments, Texas Instruments Incorporated, November 1, 2007: US20070254674-A1

A mobile device comprises host logic and a first transceiver coupled to the host logic. The first transceiver is adapted to wirelessly communicate with a second transceiver. The second transceiver is positioned at a fixed location and comprises location information indicative of such fixed location. ...


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Madison F Pedigo, Carl M Panasik: Assisting A Location-Determining System Using Location Determined From A Communication System. Texas Instruments, Texas Instruments Incorporated, November 1, 2007: US20070254676-A1

A mobile device comprises a location-determining subsystem and a location assistance subsystem operatively coupled to the location-determining subsystem. The second location assistance subsystem wirelessly communicates with a second transceiver that is external to said mobile device to receive locat ...


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Leonardo W ESTEVEZ, Steven C LAZAR, Carl M PANASIK: RFID Power From Handset Transmissions. Texas Instruments, Texas Instruments Incorporated, January 24, 2008: US20080018467-A1

A radio frequency identification (RFID) tag comprises a transceiver and a component coupled to the transceiver. The transceiver is adapted to wirelessly receive power from an RFID reader and/or from a mobile communication device. The power received from the mobile communication device is used to pow ...


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Carl M Panasik, Steve Lazar: Cellular handset transceiver system for minimal power consumption. Texas Instruments Incorporated, December 26, 2002: US20020198013-A1

A system and method of wireless data communication between a base station and a mobile station employs mobile receiver and computing algorithms to cause the mobile station transmitter to selectively enter a low power or idle transmission mode when the mobile station is in a shadow of the base statio ...


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Carl M Panasik, TR Viswanathan: Base station having high speed, high resolution, digital-to-analog converter with off-line sigma delta conversion and storage. Texas Instruments Incorporated, October 31, 2002: US20020159417-A1

A wireless base station having an improved DAC operable at higher speed than heretofore achievable which exploits the sigma-delta principle in a different way. More particularly, the invention comprises a base station 300 that implement a digital-to-analog conversion circuit (105) including a storag ...


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Carl M Panasik, Roberto Sadkowski: Wireless user terminal and system having signal clipping circuit for switched capacitor sigma delta analog to digital converters. Texas Instruments Incorporated, October 31, 2002: US20020160732-A1

A wireless user terminal (42) and system (40) implementing a mixed signal CODEC (100) including an improved sigma-delta ADC (18) which limits input signals into a switched capacitor configuration and avoids adding circuit overhead in the signal path is disclosed herein. This sigma-delta analog-to-di ...