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Isaac K Elliott, Steven P Higgins, Andrew John Dugan, Jon Peterson, Robert L Hernandez, Rick D Steele, Bruce W Baker, Rich Terpstra, Jonathan S Mitchell, Jin Gen Wang, Harold Stearns, Eric Zimmerer, Ray Waibel, Kraig Owen, Shawn M Lewis: Voice over data telecommunications network architecture. Level 3 Communications, Merchant & Gould P C, September 2, 2003: US06614781 (683 worldwide citation)

The present invention describes a system and method for communicating voice and data over a packet-switched network that is adapted to coexist and communicate with a legacy PSTN. The system permits packet switching of voice calls and data calls through a data network from and to any of a LEC, a cust ...


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Isaac K Elliott, Steven P Higgins, Andrew John Dugan, Jon Peterson, Robert L Hernandez, Rick D Steele, Bruce W Baker, Rich Terpstra, Jonathan S Mitchell, Jin Gen Wang, Harold Stearns, Eric Zimmerer, Ray Waibel, Kraig Owen, Shawn M Lewis: Voice over data telecommunications network architecture. Level 3 Communications, Hensley Kim & Holzer, July 21, 2009: US07564840 (71 worldwide citation)

The present invention describes a system and method for communicating voice and data over a packet-switched network that is adapted to coexist and communicate with a legacy PSTN. The system includes soft switch sites, gateway sites, a data network, a provisioning component, a network event component ...


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Isaac K Elliott, Steven P Higgins, Andrew John Dugan, Jon Peterson, Robert L Hernandez, Rick D Steele, Bruce W Baker, Richard Terpstra, Jonathan S Mitchell, Jin Gen Wang, Harold Stearns, Eric Zimmerer, Raymond E Waibel, Kraig Owen, Shawn M Lewis: Voice over data telecommunications network architecture. Level 3 Communications, October 11, 2011: US08036214 (39 worldwide citation)

The present invention describes a system and method for communicating voice and data over a packet-switched network that is adapted to coexist and communicate with a legacy PSTN. The system permits packet switching of voice calls and data calls through a data network from and to any of a LEC, a cust ...


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Isaac K Elliott, Steven P Higgins, Andrew John Dugan, Jon Peterson, Robert L Hernandez, Rick D Steele, Bruce W Baker, Rich Terpstra, Jonathan S Mitchell, Jin Gen Wang, Harold Stearns, Eric Zimmerer, Ray Waibel, Kraig Owen, Shawn M Lewis: Voice over data telecommunications network architecture. Level 3 Communications, December 27, 2011: US08085761 (26 worldwide citation)

The present invention describes a system and method for communicating voice and data over a packet-switched network that is adapted to coexist and communicate with a legacy PSTN. The system permits packet switching of voice calls and data calls through a data network from and to any of a LEC, a cust ...


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Isaac K Elliott, Steven P Higgins, Andrew John Dugan, Jon Peterson, Robert L Hernandez, Rick D Steele, Bruce W Baker, Rich Terpstra, Jonathan S Mitchell, Jin Gen Wang, Harold Stearns, Eric Zimmerer, Ray Waibel, Kraig Owen, Shawn M Lewis: Voice over data telecommunications network architecture. Level 3 Communications, September 18, 2012: US08270421 (24 worldwide citation)

The present invention describes a system and method for communicating voice and data over a packet-switched network that is adapted to coexist and communicate with a legacy PSTN. The system permits packet switching of voice calls and data calls through a data network from and to any of a LEC, a cust ...


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Isaac K Elliott, Steven P Higgins, Andrew John Dugan, Jon Peterson, Robert L Hernandez, Rick D Steele, Bruce W Baker, Rich Terpstra, Jonathan S Mitchell, Jin Gen Wang, Harold Stearns, Eric Zimmerer, Ray Waibel, Kraig Owen, Shawn M Lewis: Voice over data telecommunications network architecture. Level 3 Communications, January 3, 2012: US08089958 (23 worldwide citation)

The present invention describes a system and method for communicating voice and data over a packet-switched network that is adapted to coexist and communicate with a legacy PSTN. The system permits packet switching of voice calls and data calls through a data network from and to any of a LEC, a cust ...


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Isaac K Elliott, Steven P Higgins, Andrew John Dugan, Jon Peterson, Robert L Hernandez, Rick D Steele, Bruce W Baker, Rich Terpstra, Jonathan S Mitchell, Jin Gen Wang, Harold Stearns, Eric Zimmerer, Ray Waibel, Kraig Owen, Shawn M Lewis: Voice over data telecommunications network architecture. Level 3 Communications, April 8, 2014: US08693347 (15 worldwide citation)

The present invention describes a system and method for communicating voice and data over a packet-switched network that is adapted to coexist and communicate with a legacy PSTN. The system permits packet switching of voice calls and data calls through a data network from and to any of a LEC, a cust ...


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Haresh G Sachanandani, Jon Peterson, Shelley Cazares, Robert J Sweeney, Kevin J Stalsberg: Within-patient algorithm to predict heart failure decompensation. Cardiac Pacemakers, Schwegman Lundberg & Woessner P A, December 8, 2009: US07629889 (14 worldwide citation)

This document discusses, among other things, systems and methods for predicting heart failure decompensation using within-patient diagnostics. A method comprises detecting an alert status of each of one or more sensors; calculating an alert score by combining the detected alerts; and calculating a c ...


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Haresh G Sachanandani, Jon Peterson, Shelley M Cazares, Robert J Sweeney, Kevin J Stalsberg: Within-patient algorithm to predict heart failure decompensation. Cardiac Pacemakers, Schwegman Lundberg & Woessner P A, October 4, 2011: US08031076 (9 worldwide citation)

This document discusses, among other things, systems and methods for predicting heart failure decompensation using within-patient diagnostics. A method comprises detecting an alert status of each of one or more sensors; calculating an alert score by combining the detected alerts; and calculating a c ...


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Cole Wilson, Patrick Prendergast, Jon Peterson: Touch sensor pattern. Cypress Semiconductor Corporation, April 14, 2015: US09007333 (8 worldwide citation)

A capacitive sensor array may include a first plurality of sensor elements and a second sensor element. The second sensor element may include a main trace intersecting each of the first plurality of sensor elements to form a plurality of intersections each associated with a unit cell, where a contig ...