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Myers William K, Weiner Douglas B, Black Michael F, Langston James L, Marin James S: Method and system for controlling remote multipoint stations. Texas Instruments, July 1, 1998: EP0851618-A2 (70 worldwide citation)

Multipoint Stations are controlled by one or more pilot tones broadcasted by a base station. The pilot tones are used to control the local oscillators of the remote stations both for receive and for transmit. The pilot tone is also used to control the input gain and the transmit gain of the remote s ...


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Langston James L, Black Michael F, Myers William K, Marin James S, Weiner Douglas B: Method and system for controlling remote multipoint stations. Texas Instruments Incorporated, January 1, 2000: TW378433

Multipoint stations are controlled by one or more pilot tones broadcasted by a base station. The pilot tones are used to control the local oscillators of the remote stations both for receive and for transmit. The pilot tone is also used to control the input gain and the transmit gain of the remote s ...


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Langston James L, Black Michael F, Myers William K, Marin James S, Weiner Douglas B: Communication system. Texas Instr &Lt Ti&Gt, July 31, 1998: JP1998-200473

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To generate the reference frequency for a remote station at low cost by transmitting a pair of pilot signals having a fixed frequency difference, and utilizing the frequency difference between the received signals, thereby controlling the frequency of the local oscillator at a ...


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