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Charles W Spaur, Michael F Braitberg, Patrick J Kennedy, Lester B Hatcher: Mobile portable wireless communication system. CellPort Labs, Sheridan Ross P C, March 24, 1998: US05732074 (789 worldwide citation)

Communication of information including data between a remote computer and a vehicle is managed and facilitated using an apparatus compatible with standardized network communication links. In one embodiment, the standardized network communication links include the Internet and a controller area netwo ...


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Patrick J Kennedy, Ralph C Poplawsky, Charles W Spaur, Michael B Durian, David J Farrell: Hands-free wireless communication in a vehicle. Cellport Systems, Sheridan Ross P C, April 23, 2002: US06377825 (287 worldwide citation)

Wireless communications relative to a vehicle using a wireless communications device, a pocket for holding the wireless communication device and an interface module in communication with the pocket are provided. The pocket can include a processor for translating communications between the wireless c ...


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Marc T Jones, Charles W Spaur, Michael A Tibbetts, Patrick J Kennedy: Communications involving disparate protocol network/bus and device subsystems. Cellport Systems, Sheridan Ross P C, August 6, 2002: US06430164 (227 worldwide citation)

A communications apparatus for enabling communications among networks, buses, devices and other subsystems having different communication requirements is provided. The communications apparatus offers an open architecture for interoperability among diverse subsystems. The communications apparatus is ...


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Charles W Spaur, Patrick J Kennedy, Michael F Braitberg, Kenneth J Klingenstein: Communications channel selection. CellPort Systems, Sheridan Ross P C, September 19, 2000: US06122514 (209 worldwide citation)

A communications system is provided for sending and receiving information relative to a mobile unit in which a number of network channels are available through which the information can be transferred. The system includes a link selector for selecting an acceptable network channel using application ...


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Michael F Braitberg, Patrick J Kennedy, Richard A Chandler: Method and apparatus for transmission of and receiving signals having digital information using an air link. Cell Port Labs, Sheridan Ross & McIntosh, December 26, 1995: US05479479 (183 worldwide citation)

A cellular telephone is interconnected to a control unit via a cable. The cable contains both appropriate interdisciplinary connections for attachment to the telephone at one end and to the control unit at the other end via a universal connector. At least one contact of the universal connector is ca ...


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Michael F Braitberg, Patrick J Kennedy, Lester B Hatcher, Davide Andrea, Gregory D Volan: Universal connection for cellular telephone interface. Cellport Labs, Sheridan Ross & McIntosh, July 9, 1996: US05535274 (156 worldwide citation)

A cellular telephone is interconnected to a host assembly via a cable. The cable contains both appropriate interdisciplinary connections for attachment to the telephone at one end and to the host assembly at the other end via a universal connector. The identity of the particular cellular telephone c ...


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Charles W Spaur, Patrick J Kennedy, Michael F Braitberg, Axel Fuchs, Nate Klingenstein, Lane Lee: Secure telematics. Cellport Systems, Sheridan Ross P C, April 29, 2008: US07366892 (126 worldwide citation)

A telematics system that includes a security controller is provided. The security controller is responsible for ensuring secure access to and controlled use of resources in the vehicle. The security measures relied on by the security controller can be based on digital certificates that grant rights ...


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Michael F Braitberg, Patrick J Kennedy, Hiroshi Sakurai: Universal connection for cellular telephone interface. Cell Port Labs, Sheridan Ross & McIntosh, July 26, 1994: US05333177 (118 worldwide citation)

A cellular telephone is interconnected to a control unit via a cable. The cable contains both appropriate interdisciplinary connections for attachment to the telephone at one end and to the control unit at the other end via a universal connector. At least one contact of the universal connector is ca ...


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Charles W Spaur, Patrick J Kennedy, Michael F Braitberg, Kenneth J Klingenstein: Communications channel selection. Cellport Systems, Sheridan Ross P C, February 4, 2003: US06516192 (111 worldwide citation)

A communications system is provided for sending and receiving information relative to a mobile unit in which a number of network channels are available through which the information can be transferred. The system includes a link selector for selecting an acceptable network channel using application ...


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Michael F Braitberg, Patrick J Kennedy, Lester B Hatcher, Davide Andrea, Gregory D Volan: Battery charging for a plurality of different cellular telephone. Cell Port Labs, Sheridan Ross P C, October 13, 1998: US05822427 (83 worldwide citation)

A cellular telephone is interconnected to a host assembly via a cable. The cable contains both appropriate interdisciplinary connections for attachment to the telephone at one end and to the host assembly at the other end via a universal connector. The identity of the particular cellular telephone c ...