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Larry W Fullerton, Ivan A Cowie: Ultrawide-band communication system and method. Pulson Communications Corporation, Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox P L L C, October 14, 1997: US05677927 (315 worldwide citation)

An impulse radio communications system using one or more subcarriers to communicate information from an impulse radio transmitter to an impulse radio receiver. The impulse radio communication system is an ultrawide-band time domain system. The use of subcarriers provides impulse radio transmissions ...


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Larry W Fullerton: Full duplex ultrawide-band communication system and method. Time Domain Systems, Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox P L L C, November 11, 1997: US05687169 (205 worldwide citation)

An impulse radio transceiver for full duplex ultrawide-band communications. The transceiver comprises an impulse radio transmitter to transmit impulse radio signal pulses, an impulse radio receiver to receive impulse radio signal pulses. Either or both of the impulse radio transmitter and the impuls ...


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Larry W Fullerton: Fast locking mechanism for channelized ultrawide-band communications. Time Domain Corporation, Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox PLLC, November 3, 1998: US05832035 (190 worldwide citation)

A receiver for acquisition and lock of an impulse radio signal comprising an adjustable time base to output a sliding periodic timing signal having an adjustable repetition rate, and a decode timing modulator to output a decode signal in response to the periodic timing signal. The impulse radio sign ...


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Larry W Fullerton: Spread spectrum radio transmission system. Charles A Phillips, C A Phillips, February 3, 1987: US04641317 (187 worldwide citation)

A communications system wherein an intelligence signal modulates the spacing of relatively narrow pulses of a fixed rate pulse train, and these pulses key on a transmitter which employs a pair of series connected avalanche mode operated transistors. These are repetitively powered via a charged coaxi ...


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Larry W Fullerton: Time domain radio transmission system. Charles A Phillips, Phillips & Beumer, December 18, 1990: US04979186 (182 worldwide citation)

A time domain communications system wherein time modulated, impulse derived signals are multiplied by a template signal, integrated, and then demodulated. By this process, usable signals are obtained which would be otherwise obscured by noise.


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James S Finn, James L Richards, Larry W Fullerton, Timothy T Payment: System and method for monitoring assets, objects, people and animals utilizing impulse radio. Time Domain Corporation, James S Finn, William J Tucker, January 28, 2003: US06512455 (174 worldwide citation)

An asset, object, person or animal monitoring system and associated method for monitoring assets, objects, people or animals utilizing impulse radio techniques. The asset, object, person or animal monitoring system of the present invention can vary the duty cycles of the impulse radio transmitters, ...


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Larry W Fullerton, Ivan A Cowie: Ultrawide-band communication system and method. Time Domain Corporation, Sterne Kressler Goldstein & Fox, February 29, 2000: US06031862 (161 worldwide citation)

An impulse radio communications system using one or more subcarriers to communicate information from an impulse radio transmitter to an impulse radio receiver. The impulse radio communication system is an ultrawide-band time domain system. The use of subcarriers provides impulse radio transmissions ...


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Larry W Fullerton, James L Richards, Ivan A Cowie: System and method for position determination by impulse radio. Time Domain Corporation, Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox P L L C, October 17, 2000: US06133876 (159 worldwide citation)

A system and a method for position determination by impulse radio using a first transceiver having a first clock providing a first reference signal and a second transceiver placed spaced from the first transceiver. The system determines the position of the second transceiver. The second transceiver ...


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Larry W Fullerton: Time domain radio transmission system. Charles A Phillips, C A Phillips, March 14, 1989: US04813057 (155 worldwide citation)

A time domain communications system wherein time modulated, impulse derived signals are multiplied by a template signal, integrated, and then demodulated. By this process, usable signals are obtained which would be otherwise obscured by noise.


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James L Richards, Larry W Fullerton, Ivan A Cowie: System and method for impulse radio power control. Time Domain Corporation, Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox, March 25, 2003: US06539213 (146 worldwide citation)

A system and method for impulse radio power control wherein a first transceiver transmits an impulse radio signal to a second transceiver. A power control update is calculated according to a performance measurement of the signal received at the second transceiver. The transmitter power of either tra ...