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Croy Jon, Hines John Gordon, Johnson Darrin: (voip) Location based 911 conferencing. Telecommunication Systems, BOLLMAN William H, April 19, 2007: WO/2007/044454 (18 worldwide citation)

Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) emergency calls to an Emergency Response Center (ERC) are handled through a VoIP conference bridge on a VoIP service provider's soft switch. The soft switch works with a VoIP positioning center (VPC) to obtain location information, which is compared against a PSAP ...


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Croy Jon, Hines John Gordon, Johnson Darrin, Lendvay Kathleen: (voip) Multi-user conferencing. Telecommunication Systems, BOLLMAN William H, May 18, 2007: WO/2007/055971 (1 worldwide citation)

Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) devices are invited to a conference bridge based on a pre-defined criteria for the conference bridge (e.g., passengers on a plane. The conference invite messages are transmitted using Internet Protocol, which they may or may not accept. The invited VoIP users may ...


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Hines John Gordon, Johnson Darrin, Croy Jonathan A: Location object proxy. Telecomm Systems, July 1, 2009: EP2074840-A2

The function of determination of location is separated from the function of gathering information based on determined location by use of a Location Object (LO) proxy between an initiating VoIP capable device and a positioning center. The LOProxy queries an appropriate location database using a locat ...


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Croy Jon, Hines John Gordon, Johnson Darrin, Lendvay Kathleen: (voip) Multi-user conferencing. Telecomm Systems, July 30, 2008: EP1949594-A2

Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) devices are invited to a conference bridge based on a pre-defined criteria for the conference bridge (e.g., passengers on a plane. The conference invite messages are transmitted using Internet Protocol, which they may or may not accept. The invited VoIP users may ...


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Croy Jon, Hines John Gordon: (voip) Location based conferencing. Telecomm Systems, July 16, 2008: EP1943793-A2

A Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) device uses its location to narrow down known and unknown potential VoIP third parties meeting the user's criteria, based on their physical proximity to the initial caller and other pre-determined characteristics, to join in a phone conference. A VoIP soft switc ...


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Croy Jon, Hines John Gordon: (voip) Location based conferencing. Telecommunication Systems, BOLLMAN William H, April 19, 2007: WO/2007/044455

A Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) device (104) uses its location to narrow down known and unknown potential VoIP third parties (110, 1 12, 1 14) meeting the user's criteria, based on their physical proximity to the initial caller and other pre-determined characteristics, to join in a phone confe ...


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PITT Lance D, GINTER Thomas, HINES John Gordon, BURTON Victor, RAMBERG Mark: DISPOSITIF DE DÉTERMINATION DE CONFLUENCES DAFFINITÉS À N DIMENSIONS, N-DIMENSIONAL AFFINITY CONFLUENCER. TELECOMMUNICATION SYSTEMS, BOLLMAN William H, June 21, 2012: WO/2012/082163

An N-dimensional affinity confluencer comprises an affinity table to maintain a plurality of affinities for each of a plurality of wireless devices. A sphere of influence (SPIN) table provides an influence for determination of a confluence between affinities maintained in the affinity table. An affi ...


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Hines John Gordon, Johnson Darrin, Croy Jonathan A: Location object proxy. Telecommunication Systems, BOLLMAN William H, April 3, 2008: WO/2008/039469

The function of determination of location is separated from the function of gathering information based on determined location by use of a Location Object (LO) proxy between an initiating VoIP capable device and a positioning center. The LOProxy queries an appropriate location database using a locat ...


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Zhu Yinjun, Hines John Gordon, Marshall Roger S, Yang Fei, Burton Victor: User plane location services over session initiation protocol. Telecommunication Systems, BOLLMAN William H, June 5, 2008: WO/2008/066793

A method and mechanism to allow a location server to initiate a user plane location service (e.g., SUPL defined by OMA) procedure to a user plane enabled device via Instant Messaging, or alternatively, via an existing SIP session if a multimedia session is already established. The location request i ...


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