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John A Copeland III: Network port profiling. Lancope, Morris Manning & Martin, October 30, 2007: US07290283 (198 worldwide citation)

A port profiling system detects unauthorized network usage. The port profiling system analyzes network communications to determine the service ports being used. The system collects flow data from packet headers between two hosts or Internet Protocol (IP) addresses. The collected flow data is analyze ...


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John A Copeland III: Flow-based detection of network intrusions. Lancope, Morris Manning & Martin, February 27, 2007: US07185368 (139 worldwide citation)

A flow-based intrusion detection system for detecting intrusions in computer communication networks. Data packets representing communications between hosts in a computer-to-computer communication network are processed and assigned to various client/server flows. Statistics are collected for each flo ...


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John A Copeland III: Adaptive data compression method and apparatus. Hayes Microcomputer Products, Jones Askew & Lunsford, August 29, 1989: US04862167 (118 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for compressing data, particularly useful in a modem. The preferred method is implemented in a microprocessor within a modem, and dynamically adapts to changing data statistics. Parallel encoding and decoding tables are provided at the encoder and the decoder, and are updated ...


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Richard J Burton, John A Copeland III, John W Jerrim, Toby L Nixon, Martin H Sauser Jr, Robert E Weatherford Jr, Larry D Becker, David F Strawn: Method for sending a plurality of data channels over a single communications line. Hayes Microcomputer Products, Jones Askew & Lunsford, April 30, 1991: US05012489 (40 worldwide citation)

A method for communicating with a plurality of hosts connected to an X.25 network and for selectably using a character as a control character or a data character. Each character received from the X.25 network is inspected to determine if it is one of a set of reserved characters. If so, the characte ...


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John A Copeland III, Andrew G Dentai, Tien P Lee: Unidirectional optical device and regenerator. Bell Telephone Laboratories Incorporated, Daniel D Dubosky, May 1, 1979: US04152713 (34 worldwide citation)

A light-activated light-emitting device has at least one p-n junction provided with electrodes for confining light-emission to an area of the junction. It has been determined that light-emission can be activated by light impinging on the junction outside this confined area, so two optical fibers are ...


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John A Copeland III, John W Jerrim, Scott C Swanson: Method and apparatus for serial data flow control. Hayes Microcomputer Products, Jones Askew & Lunsford, January 12, 1993: US05179661 (29 worldwide citation)

A data flow controller (150) for monitoring and automatically controlling the flow of serial data from a remote transmitter to a host device. A serial communications card (11) provides an interface between a remote transmitter connected to a serial port connector (20) and a host device (10). The car ...


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John A Copeland III: Modem with improved handshaking capability. Hayes Microcomputer Products, Jones Askew & Lunsford, November 1, 1988: US04782498 (28 worldwide citation)

The preferred embodiment (11) of the modem comprises a control unit (13), a memory (27), a switch (14), and a modem engine (17). The modem engine (17) establishes communications with a modem (30) using conventional handshake methods. The control unit (13) then initiates a special handshake sequence ...


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John A Copeland III, Stewart E Miller: Multilayered optical integrated circuit. Bell Telephone Laboratories Incorporated, Daniel D Dubosky, March 20, 1984: US04438447 (28 worldwide citation)

An electro-optic integrated circuit is disclosed wherein the long electrical connections normally present on a large scale integrated circuit are replaced by an optical waveguide layer. A plurality of epitaxial layers are grown on a single substrate and at least three of the plurality of epitaxial l ...


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John A Copeland III: Flow-based detection of network intrusions. Lancope, Morris Manning & Martin, January 6, 2009: US07475426 (26 worldwide citation)

A flow-based intrusion detection system for detecting intrusions in computer communication networks. Data packets representing communications between hosts in a computer-to-computer communication network are processed and assigned to various client/server flows. Statistics are collected for each flo ...


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John A Copeland III: Network port profiling. Lancope, Morris Manning & Martin, John R Harris Esq, February 8, 2011: US07886358 (14 worldwide citation)

A port profiling system detects unauthorized network usage. The port profiling system analyzes network communications to determine the service ports being used. The system collects flow data from packet headers between two hosts or Internet Protocol (IP) addresses. The collected flow data is analyze ...