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Elias Nemer
Elias Nemer, Ahmed Said: Method and apparatus for compensating I/Q imbalance in receivers. Intel Corporation, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, October 9, 2007: US07280619 (14 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for compensating I/Q imbalance in receivers is described. The method includes determining a difference between energies of two quadratures, correcting an amplitude imbalance using the difference between the energies of two quadratures, determining a cross-correlation between t ...


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Marc Lanoiselee
Marc Lanoiselee, Laurent Cariou: Data reception device and corresponding reception method, computer program and recording medium. France Telecom, David D Brush, Westman Champlin & Koehler P A, November 10, 2015: US09185704

A data reception device in a communication network using a plurality of radio frequency channels. At least two adjacent radio frequency channels are concatenated so as to form a concatenated channel. The device is configured to receive “received” data transmitted in at least one radio frequency chan ...


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Marc Lanoiselee
LANOISELEE Marc, CARIOU Laurent: DISPOSITIF DE RECEPTION DE DONNEES, PROCEDE DE RECEPTION, PROGRAMME DORDINATEUR ET SUPPORT DENREGISTREMENT CORRESPONDANTS, DATA RECEPTION DEVICE, AND CORRESPONDING RECEPTION METHOD, COMPUTER PROGRAM, AND RECORDING MEDIUM. France Telecom, LANOISELEE Marc, CARIOU Laurent, FRANCE TELECOM R&D PIV BREVETS, May 24, 2012: WO/2012/066209

The invention relates to a data reception device in a communication network using a plurality of radio frequency channels. At least two adjacent radio frequency channels are concatenated so as to form a concatenated channel. Said device includes: - means for receiving so-called "received" data trans ...


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John G Lert Jr, Peter W Lert, John F Cornelius: Broadcast program identification method and system. Walter M Dotts Jr, October 28, 1980: US04230990 (663 worldwide citation)

An automated method and system for identifying broadcast programs wherein a pattern recognition process is combined with a signalling event which acts as a trigger signal. At least one such trigger, or "cue" signal, occurs with each broadcast of every program which is to be identified; and these sig ...


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Mark J Emery, Brenda N Tucker, Laurie D Schwartz: Personal communications service using wireline/wireless integration. Bell Atlantic Network Services, Lowe Price LeBlanc & Becker, October 4, 1994: US05353331 (522 worldwide citation)

The Advanced Intelligent Network (AIN) wireline system connects to and controls processing of calls to a Personal Communication Service subscriber's wireless handset via a home base station or a wireless communication network. Depending on its current location, the subscriber's handset automatically ...


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Gary T Carroll, George J Pilmanis, Vincent D Stinton: Adaptable electronic monitoring and identification system. B I Incorporated, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, August 28, 1990: US04952928 (517 worldwide citation)

A personnel monitoring system includes a transmitting or transponding unit that is worn or carried by the individual being monitored. This transmitting or transponder unit periodically, or upon request, transmits a uniquely encoded signal that identifies the person being monitored, as well as inform ...


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David A Fisher, Lawrence M Burns, Stephen E Muther: Power transfer apparatus for concurrently transmitting data and power over data wires. 3Com Corporation, Kent R Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati Richardson, November 30, 1999: US05994998 (454 worldwide citation)

Electrical supply current, sufficient to power a wireless access point, is transmitted concurrently with a network data signal across a transmission line. A power and data coupler couples the network data signal and the power signal, received through a data input and a power input respectively, and ...


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Stephen C Kenyon, Laura J Simkins, Leroy L Brown, Richard Sebastian: Broadcast signal recognition system and method. Ensco, Sixbey Friedman & Leedom, May 22, 1984: US04450531 (405 worldwide citation)

The method for the automatic electronic recognition of a program unit broadcast by radio waves includes the formation of a plurality of reference signal segments from the program unit and the processing of such segments to obtain digitized reference signal segments which are then normalized and stor ...


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Noel D Matchett, Brian D Kehoe: Continuous biometric authentication matrix. Armstrong Westerman Hattori McLeland & Naughton, July 20, 1993: US05229764 (401 worldwide citation)

A system activating and analyzing the biometric data from a plurality of biometrically-oriented personal identification devices at intermittent intervals selectively allows or prevents continued use of a particular protected system or device by a particular individual. The system is a continuous bio ...