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Michael Kotzin: Method and apparatus for virtually expanding a display. Motorola, Lawrence J Chapa, December 20, 2005: US06977675 (186 worldwide citation)

A display circuit for use in a hand held device is provided, which virtually expands the image displayed. The display circuit includes a display, a memory, a motion sensor, and a controller. The display has a predetermined size, and the memory has stored therein an image, which has an image size, th ...


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James H Stilwell, Reuven Meidan, Michael Kotzin: Method and apparatus for cancelling spread-spectrum noise. Motorola, Shawn B Dempster, August 10, 1993: US05235612 (91 worldwide citation)

A spread-spectrum noise canceller (390) is provided for cancelling user code noise from a spread-spectrum communication channel. The spread-spectrum noise canceller (390) includes a receiver for receiving a spread-spectrum signal (302) including a first and at least a second signal as well as a nois ...


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William P Alberth Jr, Michael Kotzin: Method and apparatus for location determination of a cellular telephone. Motorola, Paul J Bartusiak, Randall S Vaas, August 20, 2002: US06438381 (39 worldwide citation)

A method of making a geographic location determination via a cellular telephone in signal communication with a base station. The mobile station first attempts to detect a position location signal. Upon determining that the position location signal is insufficient to use in a position location calcul ...


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Pradeep Garani, Mathieu Villion, Michael Kotzin, Ray Owen: Method for enhancing the communication capability in a wireless telecommunication system. Motorola, Lalita W Pace, Brian M Mancini, January 3, 2006: US06983162 (32 worldwide citation)

A method of enhancing a communication capability of a communication unit (112), operating in a communication system (100) that facilitates communication to and/or from a plurality of communication units. The method includes the step of operably coupling a first communication unit (112) to one or mor ...


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Michael Kotzin, Eugene Bruckert: Reduced interference through frequency partitioning. Motorola, Richard A Sonnentag, January 13, 1998: US05708969 (25 worldwide citation)

A method of reducing interference within a cellular system (10) by partitioning a designated frequency spectrum within a service coverage area (11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, or 17) into a first and at least second spectrum inclusive of the designated frequency spectrum and each with an associated power le ...


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William P Alberth Jr, Michael Kotzin: Smart card with back up. Motorola, Brian M Mancini, Matthew C Loppnow, April 17, 2007: US07206847 (25 worldwide citation)

Smart card security is enhanced by making the smart card a two-piece device. Both parts of the smart card contain copies of user data and a processor, which executes program instructions stored in the smart card half so as to give each part of the two-part smart card security and intelligence. Both ...


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Arnold Sheynman, Michael Kotzin, Yilin Zhao: Method and apparatus for recording and editing digital broadcast content. Motorola, Vedder Price P C, January 5, 2010: US07643564 (13 worldwide citation)

A wireless mobile terminal (10) and method for utilizing digital broadcast content records (204) selected digital broadcast content as received, for example, by a digital broadcast receiver (16) and provides editing of the selected digital broadcast content based on digital rights management data to ...


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Michael Kotzin: Unsolicited wireless content delivery and billing apparatus and method. Motorola, Vedder Price P C, July 1, 2008: US07395048 (12 worldwide citation)

A wireless communication system (10) provides unsolicited content (40) to a wireless device (12) by using a network element (14) that contains logic circuitry that sends unsolicited content for the wireless device (12), without request by the wireless device (12) and during a non-peak period of oper ...


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Michael Kotzin: Wireless radio architectures and methods therefor. Motorola, Roland K Bowler II, March 8, 2005: US06865401 (10 worldwide citation)

A system of mobile communications devices including a first electronics device (310) having a first radio module (304) removably coupled thereto, a second electronics device (320), having a second radio module (302) removably coupled thereto, the radio modules supporting common radio communications ...