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William E Gossman, Peter J Hartmaier: System and method for providing data to a wireless device upon detection of activity of the device on a wireless network. Openwave Technologies, Fulbright & Jaworski L, November 13, 2001: US06317594 (489 worldwide citation)

A system and method of for exchanging information between a wireless network and an external system is disclosed. The wireless network detects trigger events related to communications with wireless subscribers. Certain event triggers cause the wireless system to create a message and to send that mes ...


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William E Gossman, Peter J Hartmaier: Mobility extended telephone application programming interface and method of use. Software com, Fulbright & Jaworski L, January 30, 2001: US06181935 (353 worldwide citation)

A mobility extended telecommunications application and method of use which comprises an integrated wireless and wirelined network with central control and which has a programmed interface to translate between the different protocols of the wireless and the wirelined networks to allow for customized ...


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Peter J Hartmaier, William E Gossman: Mobility extended telephone application programming interface and method of use. Global Mobility Systems, Fulbright & Jaworski L, November 2, 1999: US05978672 (149 worldwide citation)

A mobility extended telecommunications application and method of use which comprises an integrated wireless and wirelined network with central control and which has a programmed interface to translate between the different protocols of the wireless and the wirelined networks to allow for customized ...


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Peter Hartmaier, William E Gossman: Mobility extended telephone application programming interface and method of use. Openwave Systems, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, April 15, 2008: US07359720 (113 worldwide citation)

A system and method of for exchanging information between a wireless network and an external system is disclosed. The wireless network detects trigger events related to communications with wireless subscribers. Certain event triggers cause the wireless system to create a message to send to the exter ...


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Peter J Hartmaier, William E Gossman: Mobility extended telephone application programming interface and method of use. Openwave Technologies, Fulbright & Jaworski L, October 9, 2001: US06301474 (33 worldwide citation)

A mobility extended telecommunications application and method of use which comprises an integrated wireless and wirelined network with central control and which has a programmed interface to translate between the different protocols of the wireless and the wirelined networks to allow for automatic c ...


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Stanley E Smith, Robert R Klein, William E Gossman, Scott K Miller: Component mount assembly providing active control of vehicle vibration. General Motors Corporation, Noise Cancellation Technologies, Ronald L Phillips, June 15, 1993: US05219037 (24 worldwide citation)

A mount assembly is provided for mounting a component, such as an engine, to a vehicle for active control of vibration. The assembly includes first and second mounting members and, an intermediate insert with first and second elastomeric systems connecting said first and second mounting members with ...


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William E Gossman: Hybrid type vibration isolation apparatus. Noise Cancellation Technologies, October 1, 1991: US05052510 (19 worldwide citation)

A hybrid type vibration isolation mounting apparatus for supporting a first member at a second member, and including a passive vibration absorbing device, such as a typical rubberized engine mount, located between the first and second members, and an active vibration actuator for applying counter vi ...


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William E Gossman, Michael J Burke: Integrated hydraulic mount for active vibration control system. Noise Cancellation Technologies, James W Hiney, June 13, 1995: US05423523 (17 worldwide citation)

An actively controlled mount system to control vibration which permits static forces from a machine while decoupling the transmission of dynamic vibrational forces. The mount system provides a reduction of force losses from a first generating area to a second force applying area to actively control ...


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William E Gossman, Michael J Burke: Dual chambered, active vibration damper with reactive force producing pistons. Noise Cancellation Technologies, James W Hiney, July 26, 1994: US05332203 (15 worldwide citation)

An actively controlled mount system to control vibration which permits static forces from a machine while decoupling transmission of dynamic vibration forces. The mount system includes opposed force chamber (156, 160) with pistons which control movement of an engine connected bushing (3) to allow co ...


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William E Gossman: Active acoustical controlled enclosure. Noise Cancellation Technologies, August 4, 1998: US05790673 (11 worldwide citation)

A system and method for using active algorithmically controlled sensing (1a, 1b) and speaker (2a, 2b) for controlling noise from a distributed noise source (5) within an enclosure (6) with a multiple input, multiple output controller (7).