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Gary J Grimes: Cellular telecommunication switching system for providing public emergency call location information. AT&T, John C Moran, February 7, 1995: US05388147 (495 worldwide citation)

A cellular telecommunication switching system responsive to an emergency call from a cellular telephone to request that the geo-coordinates be transmitted from the cellular telephone and to convert those coordinates into conventional municipality or rural address location information. In one embodim ...


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Gary J Grimes: Cellular terminal for providing public emergency call location information. AT&T, John C Moran, December 26, 1995: US05479482 (458 worldwide citation)

A cellular terminal for transmitting information defining its location upon placing a 911 call. The cellular terminal includes a global satellite positioning (GPS) device; and upon the user of the cellular terminal placing an emergency telephone call, the cellular terminal interrogates the GPS devic ...


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Gary J Grimes: Digital data entry glove interface device. Bell Telephone Laboratories Incorporated, D M Duft, November 8, 1983: US04414537 (173 worldwide citation)

A man-machine interface is disclosed for translating discrete hand positions into electrical signals representing alpha-numeric characters. The interface comprises a glove having sensors positioned with respect to the hand for detecting the flex of finger joints and sensors for detecting the contact ...


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Gary J Grimes, Lawrence J Haas: Incoming communications forwarding technique utilizing a called party location indicator. AT&T, John C Moran, June 27, 1995: US05428663 (158 worldwide citation)

A communications signal-transmitting device carried by a communications system user indicates the location of that user relative to other wired or wireless communications devices connected to a communications system. This location indication is utilized by the communications system to forward incomi ...


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James J Ferenc, Louis R Goke, Gary J Grimes, Bryan S Moffitt: Building-block architecture of a multi-node circuit-and packet-switching system. AT&T Bell Laboratories, David Volejnicek, October 9, 1990: US04962497 (124 worldwide citation)

A modular, substantially infinitely-growable, multi-node switching system operates under distributed control to serve integrated circuit-switched and packet-switched traffic at the data rates appropriate for each type of traffic. The system comprises a plurality of interconnected identical switching ...


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Gary J Grimes: Dynamic priority queue occupancy scheme for access to a demand-shared bus. AT&T Bell Laboratories, Donald M Duft, December 11, 1984: US04488218 (104 worldwide citation)

Circuitry allocates requests for demand-shared bus access among a plurality of service requesting ports. During bus contention time, each requesting port synchronously and sequentially applies the digits of its assigned unique priority code to the bus beginning with the most significant digit. After ...


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Gary J Grimes, Lawrence J Haas: Integration of wireless paging in a communication system. AT&T Bell Laboratories, David R Padnes, May 10, 1994: US05311570 (86 worldwide citation)

A communications switching system such as a PBX, central office switch and the like, responds to an incoming call to a called party by signaling a paging device as well as some other communications device having communications capability different from that of the paging device. In the disclosed emb ...


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Jerry Max Anderson, Arthur Wallace Carlisle, Gary J Grimes, Norman Roger Lampert, Charles Joseph Sherman: Connector for plastic optical fiber. Lucent Technologies, Michael A Morra, July 13, 1999: US05923805 (55 worldwide citation)

An optical connector is disclosed for terminating an optical cable 10 comprising a plastic optical fiber 11 surrounded by a protective jacket 12. The connector includes a housing having an exterior latch 201 that secures it to an adapter 31. The latch is constructed as a cantilever with its fixed en ...


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Gary J Grimes: Circuitry for allocating access to a demand-shared bus. Bell Telephone Laboratories Incorporated, Donald M Duft, July 31, 1984: US04463445 (55 worldwide citation)

Circuitry is disclosed for allocating requests for demand-shared bus access among a plurality of service requesting ports. During bus contention time, each requesting port synchronously and sequentially applies the digits of its assigned unique priority code to the bus beginning with the most signif ...


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Gary J Grimes: Voice processing call announcement and answering system. Lucent Technologies, John C Moran, February 18, 1997: US05604790 (44 worldwide citation)

A telephone terminal that allows simple word commands to produce different results depending on the identity of the caller. The use of a limited set of word commands allows the utilization of an inexpensive voice recognition subsystem. A first single word command results in a caller from a first gro ...



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