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GU Huanhuan, WARDEN James Paul, SHEYNMAN Arnold: [fr] DISPOSITIF ÉLECTRONIQUE COMPRENANT DISPOSITIF DAFFICHAGE TRIDIMENSIONNEL À DÉTECTION DES GESTES, [en] ELECTRONIC DEVICE INCLUDING THREE-DIMENSIONAL GESTURE DETECTING DISPLAY. BLACKBERRY, GU Huanhuan, WARDEN James Paul, SHEYNMAN Arnold, ZIMMERMAN Mark C, July 24, 2014: WO/2014/112994 (77 worldwide citation)

[en] An electronic device includes a display, a plurality of antennae arranged and constructed to emit a signal and to receive backscatter from the signal, and a processor operably coupled to the antennae to utilize the received backscatter to detect location and at least one of size and shape of an ...


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SHEYNMAN Arnold, WARDEN James, ALI Shirook M: ÉTALONNAGE DYNAMIQUE EN TEMPS RÉEL POUR UNE ADAPTATION DANTENNE DANS UN SYSTÈME RÉCEPTEUR RADIOFRÉQUENCE, DYNAMIC REAL-TIME CALIBRATION FOR ANTENNA MATCHING IN A RADIO FREQUENCY RECEIVER SYSTEM. Research In Motion, SHEYNMAN Arnold, WARDEN James, ALI Shirook M, HAMILTON Gary W, May 24, 2012: WO/2012/067622 (45 worldwide citation)

This disclosure relates to real-time calibration of a tunable matching network that matches the dynamic impedance of an antenna in a radio frequency receiver system. The radio frequency receiver system includes two non-linear equations that may be solved to determine the reflection coefficient of th ...


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Russell Michael E, Braun Mark R, Sheynman Arnold, Zhai Tongyan: Methods and devices for dual mode bidirectional audio communication. Motorola, Russell Michael E, Braun Mark R, Sheynman Arnold, Zhai Tongyan, NOSKOWICZ David S, May 8, 2008: WO/2008/054985 (10 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are dual mode I/O devices and methods for transmission of a short range radio link such as a Bluetooth link that is a bi-directional real-time audio communication signal that can be over a synchronous circuit-switched transport and an asynchronous packet-switched transport either sequentia ...


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Pecen Mark Edward, Andersen Niels Peter Skov, Sheynman Arnold: Method and apparatus for predicting a cell change. Motorola A Corporation Of The State Of Delaware, VAAS Randall S, June 3, 2004: WO/2004/047315 (9 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus i) permit the mobile to set and adjust thresholds that control when and how the mobile reselects a cell, ii) enable the mobile to predict the likelihood of cell reselection and iii) enable the mobile to notify the network when a reselection is highly likely during the course o ...


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Sheynman Arnold, Black Greg R, Pecen Mark E: A communication controller and method for maintaining a communication connection during a cell reselection. Motorola, Sheynman Arnold, Black Greg R, Pecen Mark E, CHAPA Lawrence J, March 10, 2005: WO/2005/022305 (4 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a communication controller and a method (fig. 7) for maintaining a communication connection during a cell reselection. The communication connection is maintained by changing between a first operating mode (308), such as a packet data mode, which does not support the ma ...


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Sheynman Arnold, Grube Carl, Kosgi Rajendra K, Polisetty Rohini, Perepa Mahesh, Sreekrishna Maloor Ramachandra, Vijayaprasad Krishnamurthy Srinath, Raghuram Sharada, Dorsey Donald Arthur, Spriggs Kevin Michael, Sudini Ramesh: Multi-mode interoperable mobile station communications architectures and methods. Motorola, VAAS Randall S, March 11, 2004: WO/2004/021620 (3 worldwide citation)

A multi-mode mobile wireless communications device architecture (200) including an application layer (210), a services layer (220) interfacing the applications layer, a multi-mode layer (230) interfacing the service layer, and a hardware layer (240) interfacing the multi-mode layer. The multi-mode l ...


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Sheynman Arnold, Muehl Daniel R, Ran Yingchun, Tian Jun: Negotiation of a short range wireless communication parameters using configuration data received through rfid. Motorola, Sheynman Arnold, Muehl Daniel R, Ran Yingchun, Tian Jun, CHEN Sylvia Y, May 7, 2009: WO/2009/058494 (3 worldwide citation)

Described are methods and devices for automatically coupling two or more mobile communication devices (502, 541) to share content such as calls, music, documents, video and games where two or more devices automatically determine the feasibility of sharing the content and negotiate to find an efficie ...


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Yu Huinan, Tungare Aroon V, St, Peter John R, Sheynman Arnold: System and method for pre-configuring and authenticating data communication links. Motorola, Yu Huinan, Tungare Aroon V, St, Peter John R, Sheynman Arnold, BRETSCHER John T, March 12, 2009: WO/2009/032522 (3 worldwide citation)

An electronic device (1005) includes a data processor (106) and data communication mechanism (180) for transmitting, via an optical link (1081), configuration and authentication requests and information for a second data communication link (1083) to an external device (1006) and for transmitting oth ...


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Neumann John C, Koo Simone, Sheynman Arnold: Method and apparatus for wirelessly streaming multi-channel content. Motorola, Neumann John C, Koo Simone, Sheynman Arnold, NOSKOWICZ David N, October 4, 2007: WO/2007/112177 (2 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus are provided for wirelessly delivering multi-channel content (106) from an electronic device (20I), such as a MP3 player or mobile telephone having multi-media capabilities, to a user A system (200) includes the electronic device (201), a first wireless loudspeaker device (100 ...


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BRAUN Mark, MYERS William, SHEYNMAN Arnold, SKLOVSKY Vladimir, VAN BOSCH James A: [fr] PROCÉDÉ DE SÉLECTION DUN CONTENU POUR UN TRANSFERT OU UNE SYNCHRONISATION ENTRE DISPOSITIFS, [en] A METHOD FOR SELECTING CONTENT FOR TRANSFER OR SYNCHRONIZATION BETWEEN DEVICES. BRAUN Mark, MYERS William, SHEYNMAN Arnold, SKLOVSKY Vladimir, VAN BOSCH James A, MOTOROLA MOBILITY, BOWLER II Roland K, September 10, 2010: WO/2010/101755 (2 worldwide citation)

[en] A method, a tap initiator, and tap target in a close proximity communication are disclosed. A tap interface 106 may initiate a tap with a tap target 104. The tap interface 108 may receive a tap from a tap initiator 102. A tap gauge 110 may measure a tap duration between the tap initiator 102 an ...