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Everett Dennison, Edwin L Nass, Timothy J Duffy, Gregory T Pauley, Scott L Jones, Deborah J Shale: Cellular telephone system that uses position of a mobile unit to make call management decisions. Terry M Gernstein, August 10, 1993: US05235633 (398 worldwide citation)

A cellular telephone system includes a plurality of cell sites and a mobile telephone switching office. Call management, including selection of a cell site most appropriate for a call associated with a mobile unit, are made based on the geographic location of the mobile unit as opposed to the streng ...


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Everett Dennison, Edwin L Nass, Timothy J Duffy, Gregory T Pauley, Scott L Jones, Deborah J Shale: Cellular telephone system that uses position of a mobile unit to make call management decisions. Terry M Gernstein, August 13, 1996: US05546445 (278 worldwide citation)

A cellular telephone system includes a plurality of cell sites and a mobile telephone switching office. Call management, including selection of a cell site most appropriate for a call associated with a mobile unit, are made based on the geographic location of the mobile unit as opposed to the streng ...


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Everett Dennison, Edwin L Nass, Timothy J Duffy, Gregory T Pauley, Scott L Jones, Deborah J Shale: Cellular telephone system that uses position of a mobile unit to make call management decisions. Sycord Partnership, Terry M Gernstein, August 31, 1999: US05946611 (63 worldwide citation)

A cellular telephone system includes a plurality of cell sites and a mobile telephone switching office. Call management, including selection of a cell site most appropriate for a call associated with a mobile unit, are made based on the geographic location of the mobile unit as opposed to the streng ...


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Everett Dennison, Edwin L Nass, Timothy J Duffy, Gregory T Pauley, Scott L Jones, Deborah J Shale: Cellular telephone system that uses position of a mobile unit to make call management decisions. Terry M Gernstein, October 6, 1998: USRE035916 (1 worldwide citation)

A cellular telephone system includes a plurality of cell sites and a mobile telephone switching office. Call management, including selection of a cell site most appropriate for a call associated with a mobile unit, are made based on the geographic location of the mobile unit as opposed to the streng ...



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