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Sae Young Chung, Dae Young Kim, M Vedat Eyuboglu, Gopal Harikumar: Boosting a signal-to-interference ratio of a mobile station. Airvana, Fish & Richardson P C, July 10, 2007: US07242958 (101 worldwide citation)

Techniques for transmitting encoded data packets to one or more mobile stations in a communication system including a cell that has sectors serving at least partially different geographic areas. The techniques include transmitting in a first sector an encoded data packet in one or more time slots to ...


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Gopal Harikumar, Daniel Marchok: Spectrally constrained impulse shortening filter for a discrete multi-tone receiver. Tellabs Operations, Fish & Richardson P C, October 7, 2003: US06631175 (44 worldwide citation)

A channel in a multiple carrier communication system is equalized by computing a target spectral response, shortening the impulse response of the channel so that a significant part of an energy of the impulse response is confined to a region that is shorter than a target length and filtering the sig ...


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Sae Young Chung, Dae Young Kim, M Vedat Eyuboglu, Gopal Harikumar: Boosting a signal-to-interference ratio of a mobile station. Airvana, Fish & Richardson P C, October 13, 2009: US07603127 (38 worldwide citation)

In a cell of a cellular wireless communication system, the SIR of at least one user in a sector of the cell is altered by temporarily reducing transmissions on a forward link in at least one other sector of the cell or a sector in another cell in accordance with a pattern.


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Gopal Harikumar, Daniel J Marchok, Kenneth J Rudofski: Time domain equalization for discrete multi-tone systems. Tellabs Operations, Fish & Richardson PC, February 25, 2003: US06526105 (34 worldwide citation)

A multiple carrier communication system includes a primary impulse shortening filter that receives an output signal of an analog to digital converter and accepts coefficients. A secondary impulse shortening filter receives the output signal of the analog to digital converter, outputs an output signa ...


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Sepehr Mehrabanzad, Satish Ananthaiyer, Gopal Harikumar: Reverse link power control. Airvana Network Solutions, Fish & Richardson P C, November 30, 2010: US07843892 (18 worldwide citation)

This description describes examples of performing reverse link power control in a mobile network having a plurality of first modem devices that receive and transmit signals to wireless access terminals (ATs) and a second device in communication with the plurality of first devices. One of the first d ...


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Sepehr Mehrabanzad, Satish Ananthaiyer, Gopal Harikumar: Reverse link power control. Airvana Network Solutions, Fish & Richardson P C, July 19, 2011: US07983708 (17 worldwide citation)

The description describes examples for performing reverse link power control in a mobile network having a plurality of first modem devices that receive and transmit signals to wireless access terminals (ATs) and a second device in communication with the plurality of first devices. Execution is trans ...


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Gopal Harikumar, Woojune Kim, Dennis Ng, Sanjay Cherian: Network-initiated session recovery. Airvana, Fish & Richardson P C, June 1, 2010: US07730189 (17 worldwide citation)

Techniques for network-initiated session recovery are described. A relationship is maintained between two identifiers both associated with a session between a first device and an access terminal in a wireless network. The first identifier is associated with the first device, and the second identifie ...


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Gopal Harikumar, Mehdi Alasti: Channel assignment in wireless communication. Airvana Network Solutions, Fish & Richardson P C, May 31, 2011: US07953040 (17 worldwide citation)

In a radio access network, an access terminal is assigned frequency channels for communication between the access terminal and a radio node of a radio access network based on a strength of a signal determined for the access terminal.


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Vivek Sharma, Sundar Raman, Rayadurgam Ravikanth, Gopal Harikumar, Woojune Kim, Srinivas Kappla, Satish Grandhi: Managing page cycle periods of access terminals. Airvana, Fish & Richardson P C, March 2, 2010: US07672682 (16 worldwide citation)

In a radio access network, techniques for determining how often an aces terminal in communication with the network is to monitor a channel of the network based on trigger information received from the access terminal that is specific to one or more of the following: a state of the terminal, a state ...


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Roshan M Rao, Gopal Harikumar, Rayadurgam Ravikanth: Multicasting push-to-media content. Airvana Network Solutions, Fish & Richardson P C, March 6, 2012: US08130686 (13 worldwide citation)

In addition to other aspects disclosed, in response to an attempt by an access terminal in a sector of a wireless network to provide push-to-media content to another access terminal, the push-to-media session content is transmitted from the first access terminal over a multicast flow to the other ac ...