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Miles Alexander Lyell Kirby, Virginia Walker Keating, Matthew Stuart Grob, Michael Mangan, Joel Bernarte: Wireless power from renewable energy. QUALCOMM Incorporated, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, February 24, 2015: US08963486 (67 worldwide citation)

Exemplary embodiments are directed to wireless charging. A charging system may comprise at least one power generation system configured to convert renewable energy to another form of energy and convey the another form of energy. The charging system may further include at least one transmit antenna c ...


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Gadi Karmi, Matthew Stuart Grob, Paul E Bender: System and method for persistence vector based rate assignment. Qualcomm Incorporated, Philip R Wadsworth, Kent D Baker, Sean English, March 18, 2003: US06535523 (17 worldwide citation)

In a system including a resource which is shared among a number of users, it is difficult to distribute the available capacity of the resources fairly among the users and still maximize resource utilization. Additionally, it is desirable to allow at least some of the control over usage rates to rema ...


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Rajesh Pankaj, Matthew Stuart Grob, Paul E Bender: System and method for persistence-vector-based modification of usage rates. Qualcomm Incorporated, Philip E Wadsworth, Kent D Baker, Byron Yafuso, December 16, 2003: US06665272 (8 worldwide citation)

When a resource of limited capacity is shared by several users, it is possible for the usage rates of the users to exceed the resource's capacity, thereby causing an overload condition. In a system or method according to an embodiment of the invention, at least some of the users have a set of p ...


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Matthew Stuart Grob, Roberto Padovani, Paul E Bender, Gadi Karmi, Robert H Kimball, Greg M Hoagland: Method and apparatus for robust handoff in wireless communication systems. QUALCOMM Incorporated, November 19, 2013: US08588777 (2 worldwide citation)

A communication system that allows a soft handoff to be completed, even when the communications link between the active base station and the mobile station deteriorates before the mobile station has received the handoff direction message. The mobile station maintains a list of base stations that the ...


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Mehmet Yavuz, Sarut Vanichpun, Yeliz Tokgoz, Matthew Stuart Grob, Peter John Black: Methods and systems for server selection during feedback channel impairment in wireless communications. Qualcomm Incorporated, Kristine U Ekwueme, March 26, 2013: US08406774

Embodiments disclosed herein relate to methods and systems for server selection during feedback channel impairment in wireless communications. The feedback channel may be provided by a data rate control (DRC) channel, transmitted from an access terminal to an access network relating the selected ser ...


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Gordon Kent Walker, Matthew Stuart Grob, Jun Wang, Xiaoxia Zhang, Ernest Tadashi Ozaki, Allen Minh Triet Tran: Apparatus and method for wireless network enhancement via variable down tilt. QUALCOMM Incorporated, Arent Fox, March 22, 2016: US09294932

Apparatus and methods for controlling antenna down tilt in a mixed coordinated/non-coordinated network include receiving one or more input signals defining a waveform to be transmitted, for determining a tilt angle state to be applied to the antenna based on the one or more input signals, and for tr ...


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Mehmet Yavuz, Matthew Stuart Grob, Nagesh S Nandiraju: Techniques for distributing content to multiple devices in a communication network. QUALCOMM Incorporated, Nicholas J Pauley, Peter Michael Kamarchik, Joseph Agusta, March 4, 2014: US08665880

This disclosure describes techniques for scheduling distribution of content to a plurality of devices in a communication network, such as a cellular-based wireless network. According to this disclosure, two or more distribution techniques may be used, and scheduling techniques are performed to deter ...


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Ahmed Kamel Sadek, Matthew Stuart Grob: Methods and apparatus for adapting transmitter configuration for efficient concurrent transmission and radar detection through adaptive self-interference cancellation. QUALCOMM Incorporated, Arent Fox, November 22, 2016: US09503134

Certain aspects of the present disclosure relate to adapting transmitter configuration for efficient concurrent primary user detection through adaptive self-interference cancellation. A wireless transmitting device may schedule a transmission in a shared spectrum. The device may scan at least a port ...


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Gadi Karmi, Matthew Stuart Grob, Paul E Bender: System and method for persistence-vector-based rate assignment. QUALCOMM Incorporated, Howard H Seo, Donald C Kordich, September 29, 2009: US07596098

In a system including a resource which is shared among a number of users, it is difficult to distribute the available capacity of the resources fairly among the users and still maximize resource utilization. Additionally, it is desirable to allow at least some of the control over usage rates to rema ...


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Gadi Karmi, Matthew Stuart Grob, Paul E Bender: System and method for persistence vector based rate assignment. QUALCOMM Incorporated, Larry J Moskowitz, Donald C Kordich, October 6, 2009: US07599329

In a system including a resource which is shared among a number of users, it is difficult to distribute the available capacity of the resources fairly among the users and still maximize resource utilization. Additionally, it is desirable to allow at least some of the control over usage rates to rema ...



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