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Donald P Shaver, Ricky Curtis, William C Timm, Murtaza Ali, Terence J Riley, Harshal S Chhaya, Jin Meng Ho: Universal broadband home network for scalable IEEE 802.11 based wireless and wireline networking. Texas Instruments Incorporated, Abdul Zindani, W James Brady III, Frederick J Telecky Jr, September 20, 2005: US06947736 (89 worldwide citation)

The present home networking method and system is based on the IEEE 802.11 wireless networking standard expanded to encompass home phone line media communication and/or home power line media communication operation seamlessly. For each station in home network (i.e., wireless, phone line and power lin ...


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Murtaza Ali: Noise suppression of speech by signal processing including applying a transform to time domain input sequences of digital signals representing audio information. Texas Instruments Incorporated, Robert L Troike, Frederick J Telecky Jr, November 7, 2000: US06144937 (65 worldwide citation)

A communications device, such as a cellular telephone handset (10), and a method of operating the same to suppress noise in audio information such as speech, is presented. The handset (10) includes a digital signal processor (DSP) (30) having program memory (31) for controlling the DSP (30) to apply ...


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Murtaza Ali: Acoustic echo-cancellation system. Texas Instruments Incorporated, W James Brady III, Frederick J Telecky Jr, May 17, 2005: US06895093 (17 worldwide citation)

A multi-channel acoustic cancellation system 40 with, for example, stereo speakers and a pair of microphones in the transmitting and receiving rooms (11 and 21) has time varying all-pass filters (45, 47) in the signal path between the microphones (13, 15) in the transmitting room (11) and the speake ...


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Stephen S Oh, Murtaza Ali, Darel Linebarger: Adaptive filtering method and apparatus employing modified fast affine projection algorithm. Texas Instruments Incorporated, Robert D Marshall Jr, W James Brady III, Frederick J Telecky Jr, October 24, 2000: US06137881 (12 worldwide citation)

This invention is a method and apparatus for acoustic echo cancellation. The acoustic echo cancellation employs a modified fast affine projection filter algorithm. The projection order of the affine projection filter algorithm is selected to be small relative to the delay parameter of the transversa ...


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Murtaza Ali: Multi-channel adaptive filtering. Texas Instruments Incorporated, Robert L Troike, Frederick J Telecky Jr, April 30, 2002: US06381272 (10 worldwide citation)

A multi-channel adaptive filter system for use, for example, in echo cancellation for generating an echo estimate for each channel is described. The system includes a forward and backward prediction filter parameter generator that in response to the multi-channel inputs generates a single forward pr ...


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Fernando A Mujica, Udayan Dasgupta, Sandeep Kesrimal Oswal, Murtaza Ali, Pradeep Kiran Sarvepalli, Prakash Easwaran, Diptendra Narayan Basu: Digital timing recovery method for communication receivers. Texas Instruments Incorporated, Abdul Zindani, W James Brady III, Frederick J Telecky Jr, January 3, 2006: US06983032 (9 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides an apparatus, system and method for synchronizing a local clock signal with a remote clock signal in a communication network. Phase information is used to calculate a number of “clock jitters” per unit of time needed to synchronize the locally generated clock with the ...


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Aria Eshraghi, Jean P Bordes, Curtis Davis, Raghunath K Rao, Murtaza Ali, Paul W Dent: Vehicular radar system with self-interference cancellation. UHNDER, Gardner Linn Burkhart & Flory, October 17, 2017: US09791551 (8 worldwide citation)

A digital FMCW radar is described that simultaneously transmits and receives digitally frequency modulated signals using multiple transmitters and multiple receivers and associated antennas. Several sources of nearby spillover from transmitters to receivers that would otherwise degrade receiver perf ...


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Susan Yim, Udayan Dasgupta, Sandeep Oswal, Murtaza Ali: Automatic gain control for a multi-stage gain system. Texas Instruments Incorporated, Steven A Shaw, W James Brady, Frederick J Telecky Jr, November 20, 2007: US07298207 (8 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods are disclosed for providing automatic gain control of a multi-stage system. A method can include defining at least one parameter that is adapted to at least one of maximize hardware capacity of each of a plurality of gain stages and mitigate part-to-part variations of the multi-s ...