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Richard D Gitlin, Chih Lin I: Code division multiple access system providing variable data rate access to a user. AT&T Ipm, John A Caccuro, August 15, 1995: US05442625 (293 worldwide citation)

A multi-code code division multiple access system allows a user at a radio transmitter unit to dynamically change its source data bit rate. In response to a user input selecting one of the plurality of source bit rates, an adjustable coding circuit in the transmitter spreads and transmits the user's ...


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Chih Lin I, Sarath Kumar, Sanjiv Nanda: Code division multiple access system providing load and interference based demand assignment service to users. Lucent Technologies, July 11, 2000: US06088335 (187 worldwide citation)

A code division multiple access system provides a way of allocating an increased data rate to a requesting mobile station. A mobile station requesting a data rate in excess of the basic data rate sends received pilot strength data for its base station and base stations in adjacent cells. The receive ...


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Chih Lin I, Sanjiv Nanda: Code division multiple access system providing load and interference based demand assignment service to users. Lucent Technologies, March 31, 1998: US05734646 (150 worldwide citation)

A code division multiple access system provides a way of allocating an increased data rate to a requesting mobile station. A mobile station requesting a data rate in excess of the basic data rate sends received pilot strength data for its base station and base stations in adjacent cells. The receive ...


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Richard Paul Ejzak, Subhasis Laha, Sarath Kumar, Douglas Knisely, Sanjiv Nanda, Chih Lin I: Code division multiple access system providing enhanced load and interference based demand assignment service to users. Lucent Technologies, May 30, 2000: US06069883 (145 worldwide citation)

A code division multiple access system method and apparatus provides for allocation of increased bandwidth to a requesting mobile station. An access controller receives a data burst request (from either a requesting mobile station or from an external network already in connection with the mobile sta ...


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Richard Dennis Gitlin, Chih Lin I: Code division multiple access system providing variable data rate access to a user. AT&T, Jose R de la Rosa, January 5, 1999: US05856971 (104 worldwide citation)

A multi-code code division multiple access system allows a user at a radio transmitter unit to dynamically change its source data bit rate. In response to a user input selecting one of said plurality of source bit rates, an adjustable coding means in the transmitter spreads and transmits the user's ...


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Chih Lin I, Sanjiv Nanda: Method and cdma system providing load and interference based data rate assignment to a mobile station. At &Amp, T, April 9, 1997: EP0767548-A2 (86 worldwide citation)

A code division multiple access system provides a way of allocating an increased data rate to a requesting mobile station. A mobile station requesting a data rate in excess of the basic data rate sends received pilot strength data for its base station and base stations in adjacent cells. The receive ...


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Howard C Huang, Chih Lin I, Stephan ten Brink, Giovanni Vannucci: Pilot interference cancellation for a coherent wireless code division multiple access receiver. Lucent Technologies, May 23, 2000: US06067292 (80 worldwide citation)

A Code-Division Multiple Access (CDMA) receiver removes the pilot signal from the received signal. The pilot signal is defined by its multipath parameters (amplitudes, phase shift and delays) and its signature sequence. Since this information is known at the user's receiver terminal (i.e., handset), ...


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Howard C Huang, Chih Lin I, Stephan ten Brink, Charles Albert Webb III: Method and apparatus of a multi-code code division multiple access receiver having a shared accumulator circuits. Lucent Technologies, February 9, 1999: US05870378 (63 worldwide citation)

A Multi-Code (MC) Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) receiver receives N (where N.gtoreq.1) encoded signal channels over multiple air signal paths. The N signal channels are encoded using a properly chosen subset of Walsh codes based on a Walsh-Matrix, W.sup.M, where M is a power of two. In the di ...


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Howard C Huang, Chih Lin I: Partial decorrelation for a coherent multicode code division multiple access receiver. Lucent Technologies, March 13, 2001: US06201799 (61 worldwide citation)

A Multicode (MC) Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) receiver receives J encoded multicode channels (where J>1) over L multiple air signal paths (where L>1) and forms a decorrelator output vector in which for each of the J multicode channels, the interference caused by the other J−1 multicode chann ...


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Howard C Huang, Chih Lin I, Andrzej Partyka, Stephan ten Brink, Charles Albert Webb III: Method and apparatus of a multi-code code division multiple access receiver having shared accumulator circuits. Lucent Technologies, March 9, 1999: US05881056 (50 worldwide citation)

A Multi-Code (MC) Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) receiver receives N (where N>1) encoded signal channels over multiple air signal paths. The MC-CDMA receiver receives and demodulates the N encoded signal channels into N signal samples and includes a common circuit for time-sharing an accumulat ...