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Joseph E Phillips: Radio having option board interface and option board for use therewith. Motorola, LU LIYING, March 11, 1998: CN96192041

A radio transceiver system (100) includes an option board interface (117) with an analog interface (119) and a digital interface (125). Option board interface (117) is used for conveying information between an optional memory board (133) and a digital processing unit (105). Option board interface (1 ...


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Randy L Ekl, Joseph E Phillips, Michael H Retzer: Efficient peer-to-peer transmission in an infrastructure environment. Motorola, September 16, 2004: US20040181597-A1

In a first embodiment, an infrastructure device (106) receives a message identifying a source station address (102) and a destination station address (104). The infrastructure device transmits an acknowledgement message to the source station address within a first time period, and transmits the mess ...


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Satyanarayan R Panpaliya, Vijay Nangia, Joseph E Phillips: Method and apparatus for transmit power control during a group call to a plurality of devices. Motorola, March 10, 2005: US20050054362-A1

A transmitting device (100) transmits a signal on a forward channel (106) at a predetermined power level. Upon receipt of the signal, a receiving device (102), estimates a signal quality for the signal. If the signal quality is below a threshold, the receiving device transmits a power control messag ...


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Satyanarayan R Panpaliya, Joseph E Phillips: Method and apparatus of speech coding and channel coding to improve voice quality and range in two-way radios. Miller Johnson Snell Cummiskey, March 10, 2005: US20050053178-A1

A two way radio (300) includes a scalable speech coder (306) and a scalable channel coder (308) controlled via a supporting protocol that transmits predetermined digital audio quality and predetermined audio output bit rate information at regular intervals.


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Anthony R Metke, Aparna Pandey, Joseph E Phillips, Christopher G Ware: Method and system for data transmission in a wireless network. Motorola, February 15, 2007: US20070036089-A1

A method and system for data transmission by computational devices in a wireless network (100) are disclosed. A computational device (102) organizes the wireless network in a hierarchical topology having at least one root node and updates a list of interferers and a list of descendents. Then, the co ...


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Randy L Ekl, Mark J Johnson, Anthony R Metke, Aparna Pandey, Joseph E Phillips, Christopher G Ware: Method and apparatus for myopic root node selection in an ad hoc network. Motorola, August 30, 2007: US20070204021-A1

Techniques are provided for selecting a root node in an ad hoc network comprising a plurality of nodes including a first node. According to one implementation of these techniques, a first node can receive a message from at least one of the other nodes. Each message includes a number of primary facto ...


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Scott H Richards, Anthony J Cecchin, Charles F Jackson, Joseph E Phillips: Charging device for charging a plurality of devices. Motorola, March 18, 2004: US20040051497-A1

In accordance with the present invention, a charging device (900) is capable of receiving a first device (102) coupled to a second device (100). The first device has a first battery associated therewith and the second device has a second battery associated therewith. The charging device is capable o ...


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Randy L Ekl, Mark J Johnson, Anthony R Metke, Aparna Pandey, Joseph E Phillips, Christopher G Ware: Method and apparatus for root node selection in an ad hoc network. Motorola, August 30, 2007: US20070201381-A1

Techniques are provided for selecting a root node in an ad hoc network comprising a plurality of nodes including a first node. According to one implementation of these techniques, a first node can receive a message from at least one of the other nodes. Each message includes a number of primary facto ...


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Randy L Ekl, Mark J Johnson, Anthony R Metke, Aparna Pandey, Joseph E Phillips, Christopher G Ware: Method and apparatus for omniscient root node selection in an ad hoc network. Motorola, August 30, 2007: US20070201382-A1

Techniques are provided for selecting a root node in an ad hoc network comprising a plurality of nodes including a first node. According to one implementation of these techniques, a first node can receive a message from at least one of the other nodes. Each message includes a number of primary facto ...