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Paul W Dent: Cellular/satellite communications system with improved frequency re-use. Ericsson GE Mobile Communications, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis L, September 10, 1996: US05555257 (295 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a radio communication system and method for minimizing co-channel interference. The system comprises a plurality of mobile stations in communication with a ground based station via an orbiting satellite. The orbiting satellite transponds a combination of signals received fro ...


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Paul W Dent: Cellular/satellite communications system with improved frequency re-use. Ericsson, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis L, December 5, 2000: US06157811 (232 worldwide citation)

Radiocommunication systems and methods for minimizing co-channel interference are disclosed. The systems and methods are applicable to, for example, landmobile communications, satellite communication systems and hybrids thereof. Signal processing using matrix models of received and transmitted signa ...


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Paul W Dent: Cellular/satellite communications system with improved frequency re-use. Ericsson, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis L, December 8, 1998: US05848060 (231 worldwide citation)

A satellite communications system employs a multiple element antenna for receiving signals on a first frequency band and relaying the signals to a ground station on a second frequency band. The system includes a downconvertor for converting signals received at each of the multiple antenna elements o ...


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Paul W Dent: Cellular/satellite communications system with improved frequency re-use. Ericsson, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis L, May 20, 1997: US05631898 (167 worldwide citation)

A radio communication system and method employs matrix processing of received and transmitted signals to minimize co-channel interference. In one embodiment, the system and method transmits signals to a plurality of remote units by: i) correlating a signal received from a new remote unit during rand ...


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Paul W Dent: Cellular/satellite communications system with improved frequency re-use. Ericsson, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis L, April 8, 1997: US05619503 (86 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a radio communication system and method for minimizing co-channel interference. The system and method employ a matrix processor to separate signals received from, or transmitted to, a plurality of mobile units. The coefficients of the matrix are chosen to minimize interferen ...


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Dent Paul: A cellular/satellite communications system with improved frequency re-use. Ericsson, May 24, 2006: EP1659720-A2 (1 worldwide citation)

Radiocommunication systems and methods for minimizing co-channel interference are disclosed. The systems and methods are applicable to, for example, landmobile communications (420), satellite communication systems (410) and hybrids (400) thereof. Signal processing using matrix models of received and ...


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Dent Paul W: A cellular/satellite communications system with improved frequency re-use. Ericsson Ge Mobile, December 27, 1995: EP0688482-A1

A satellite communications system employs a multiple element antenna for receiving signals on a first frequency band and relaying the signals to a ground station on a second frequency band. The system includes a downconvertor for converting signals received at each of the multiple antenna elements o ...


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Paul W Dent: A cellular/satellite communications system with improved frequency re-use. Ericsson Ge Mobile Communications, DONG WEI WANG YUE, June 5, 1996: CN95190144

Radiocommunication systems and methods for minimizing co-channel interference are disclosed. The systems and methods are applicable to, for example, landmobile communications (420), satellite communication systems (410) and hybrids thereof. Signal processing using matrix models of received and trans ...


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Dent Paul W: A cellular/satellite communications system with improved frequency re-use. Ericsson Ge Mobile Communications, GRUDZIECKI Ronald L, July 13, 1995: WO/1995/019078

Radiocommunication systems and methods for minimizing co-channel interference are disclosed. The systems and methods are applicable to, for example, landmobile communications (420), satellite communication systems (410) and hybrids (400) thereof. Signal processing using matrix models of received and ...