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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, Timothy J Duffy, Gregory T Pauley, Scott L Jones, Albert H Pharis Jr, Warren P Williamson IV: Cellular telephone system that uses position of a mobile unit to make call management decisions. Sycord Partnership, Wood Herron & Evans, January 25, 2005: US06847822 (158 worldwide citation)

A cellular telephone system has call management decisions made based on the exact geographic location of the mobile unit. These call management decisions include billing and taxing decisions, cell site selection, frequency selection and even cellular system selection. The decisions are continuously ...


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Everett Dennison, Timothy J Duffy, Gregory T Pauley, Scott L Jones, Albert H Pharis Jr, Warren P Williamson IV: Cellular telephone system that uses position of a mobile unit to make call management decisions. Sycord Partnership, Terry M Gernstein, November 27, 2001: US06324404 (93 worldwide citation)

A cellular telephone system has call management decisions made based on the exact geographic location of the mobile unit. These call management decisions include billing and taxing decisions, cell site selection, frequency selection and even cellular system selection. The decisions are continuously ...


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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, Albert H Pharis Jr: Cellular telephone system that uses position of a mobile unit to make call management decisions. Sygnet Communications, Terry M Gernstein, September 29, 1998: US05815814 (62 worldwide citation)

A cellular telephone system (20) includes a plurality of cell sites (14) and a mobile telephone switching office (MTSO,12). Call management, including selection of a cell site most appropriate for a call associated with a mobile unit (M,M') are made based on the geographic location of the mobile uni ...


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Everett Dennison, Timothy J Duffy, Gregory T Pauley, Scott L Jones, Albert H Pharis Jr, Warren P Williamson IV: Cellular telephone system that uses position of a mobile unit to make call management decisions. Emsat Advanced Geo Location Technology, Vista IP Law Group, October 30, 2007: US07289763 (26 worldwide citation)

A cellular telephone system has call management decisions made based on the exact geographic location of the mobile unit. These call management decisions include billing and taxing decisions, cell site selection, frequency selection and even cellular system selection. The decisions are continuously ...


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Everett Dennison: Method for monitoring a protective garment. Terry M Gernstein, October 20, 1992: US05157379 (12 worldwide citation)

A protective garment, such as a surgeon's glove, is monitored for the occurrence of a breach in that garment. The monitoring is performed using an improved version of the system disclosed in U.S. Pat. Nos. 5,036,309 and 5,109,215. The system is further improved by making the protective garment of on ...


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Everett Dennison: Means and method for monitoring a protective garment. Terry M Gernstein, April 28, 1992: US05109215 (7 worldwide citation)

A protective garment, such as a surgeon's glove, is monitored for the occurrence of a breach in that garment. The monitoring is performed using an improved version of the system disclosed in U.S. Pat. No. 5,036,309, issued Jul. 30, 1991. The system is improved by adding monitors for ensuring that co ...


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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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