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Sergio T Montano, William M Shvodian, Knut T Odman, Russell G Dowe, Joel Z Apisdorf: Method of operating a media access controller. Freescale Semiconductor, October 9, 2007: US07280518 (37 worldwide citation)

A method is provided for a remote device to monitor and communicate with a wireless network using cyclic beacons. The remote device receives a beacon, which beacon includes beacon information that defines a superframe. From the beacon information, the remote device determines whether the received be ...


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William M Shvodian, Knut T Odman, Sergio T Montano: Method of using sub-rate slots in an ultrawide bandwidth system. Freescale Semiconductor, October 24, 2006: US07127254 (24 worldwide citation)

A method is provided to pass information in a wireless network. The available channel time in the network is first divided into a plurality of sequential superframes. Some devices may need to transmit during every superframe, but others will only need to transmit during a fraction of the superframes ...


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Knut T Odman: Method of accommodating periodic interfering signals in a wireless network. Freescale Semiconductor, December 15, 2009: US07634275 (18 worldwide citation)

A method is provided for accommodating periodic interfering signals in a wireless network. In this method, a network scans a transmission medium to locate any interfering signals. If it finds interfering signals, the scan determines their period, and the network alters the period of its superframes ...


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Knut T Odman, William M Shvodian: Method for improved media quality feedback. Freescale Semiconductor, October 10, 2006: US07120126 (12 worldwide citation)

A method is provided for a local device in a network to determine media qualities for the transmission paths between it and all of the remote devices in a wireless network. Each of the devices in the network will be assigned at least one of a plurality of management time slots in a superframe rotati ...


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Knut T Odman: System and method for handling asynchronous data in a wireless network. Freescale Semiconductor, March 23, 2010: US07684380 (11 worldwide citation)

A method is provided for transmitting wireless signals in a network comprising a network coordinator and one or more remote devices. The available transmission time is divided into a plurality of superframes, each of which is further divided up into a beacon duration, one or more management time slo ...


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Knut T Odman: Method of accommodating fragmentation and burst in a wireless protocol. Freescale Semiconductor, October 30, 2007: US07289535 (5 worldwide citation)

A method is provided for sending information in a wireless network. A service data unit is broken up by a transmitter into multiple fragments that are sent as the payloads of respective data frames transmitted to a receiver. Each of these frames includes a service data unit identifier identifying th ...


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Knut T Odman: Method of accommodating periodic interfering signals in a wireless network. XiremeSpectrum, March 25, 2004: US20040058686-A1

A method is provided for accommodating periodic interfering signals in a wireless network. In this method, a network scans a transmission medium to locate any interfering signals. If it finds interfering signals, the scan determines their period, and the network alters the period of its superframes ...


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Sergio T Montano, William M Shvodian, Knut T Odman, Russell G Dowe, Joel Z Apisdorf: Method of operating a media access controller. Xtremespectrum, April 3, 2003: US20030063619-A1

A method is provided for a remote device to monitor and communicate with a wireless network using cyclic beacons. The remote device receives a beacon, which beacon includes beacon information that defines a superframe. From the beacon information, the remote device determines whether the received be ...


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William M Shvodian, Knut T Odman, Sergio T Montano: Method of using sub-rate slots in an ultrawide bandwidth system. Xtremespectrum, October 23, 2003: US20030199272-A1

A method is provided to pass information in a wireless network. The available channel time in the network is first divided into a plurality of sequential superframes. Some devices may need to transmit during every superframe, but others will only need to transmit during a fraction of the superframes ...


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Knut T Odman: System and method for handling asynchronous data in a wireless network. XtremeSpectrum, August 14, 2003: US20030152059-A1

A method is provided for transmitting wireless signals in a network comprising a network coordinator and one or more remote devices. The available transmission time is divided into a plurality of superframes, each of which is further divided up into a beacon duration, one or more management time slo ...