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Scott Curtis, Eric P Halber, Gregory M Evans, Steven L Petersen: Passive crowd-sourced map updates and alternate route recommendations. Waldeck Technology, December 31, 2013: US08620532 (21 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods for providing passive crowd-sourced alternate route recommendations. In one embodiment, locations of users of a number of mobile location-aware devices are tracked over time. Upon receiving a request, users of mobile location-aware devices that have traveled from a desired start ...


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David Fultz, Anuradha S Ramanujan, Kemi Y Ibitayo: Rules engine architecture and implementation. Sprint Communications Company, December 14, 2010: US07853786 (20 worldwide citation)

A system for customer data privacy management is provided. The system includes a data store having customer data and privacy rules associated with the customer data, a rules engine that limits access to the customer data, an application to provide a service related to the customer data, and an inter ...


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Anjali Jha, Norman Krasner: Tracking lost and stolen mobile devices using location technologies and equipment identifiers. QUALCOMM Incorporated, Andrea L Mays, Linda C Gunderson, Thomas R Rouse, November 4, 2008: US07446655 (20 worldwide citation)

A system for geographically locating and tracking mobile stations within a mobile communication network. The system includes an equipment identity register (EIR) comprising equipment identifiers, such as internal mobile equipment identities (IMEIs), subscriber identity modules (SIMs), or some combin ...


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Brad W Blumberg, Eric M Blumberg: Mobile location aware search engine and method of providing content for same. Smarter Agent, Cooley, June 25, 2013: US08473199 (19 worldwide citation)

A method includes identifying a geographic position of a wireless device. Data input by a user while the user is located at the geographic position of the wireless device is received. The data is associated with a landmark at the geographic position. The data is provided to a database based on the g ...


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Christopher J Hall, Clay S Turner, Jimmy C Ray: Method and apparatus for geolocating a wireless communications device. John L DeAngelis Jr, Beusse Wolter Sanks Mora & Maire P A, June 6, 2006: US07057556 (19 worldwide citation)

The time difference of arrival for a signal received at two or more receiving sites as transmitted from a wireless communications device, is determined by a frequency domain technique. The constituent frequencies of the signals received at the two or more receiving sites are determined, including th ...


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Heikki Norta, Peter Ashall, Olli Oksanen, Arto Lammintaus: Mobile location devices and methods. Nokia Corporation, Alston & Bird, September 4, 2007: US07266378 (19 worldwide citation)

A mobile location device comprising geographical location circuitry to provide device geographical location information and motion detection circuitry to detect motion of the device, wherein the geographical location circuitry is arranged to provide device geographical location information according ...


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Deh Min Richard Wu: Methods and apparatus for handling information regarding an alarm for a communication network. Siemens Communications, August 15, 2006: US07091846 (19 worldwide citation)

A system, method, apparatus, means, and computer program code that may help reduce and possibly minimizes the burden on a network, components of the network, etc. when one or more alarms are created involving the network or one or more of its components. A state driven architecture guiding communica ...


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Magesh Annamalai, Christopher E Caldwell, Simon Chapman, Christopher H Joul, Justin Mueller, Janne P Linkola, John F Pottle, Ryan N Jensen: Mobile computing device geographic location determination. T Mobile USA, Perkins Coie, February 14, 2012: US08116291 (18 worldwide citation)

A wireless connection between a mobile device and an IP-based wireless telecommunications network is established when the mobile device registers with a network controller (NC) through an access point (AP). When a geographical position is needed for the mobile device (e.g., a 911 call), messages are ...


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Sang Yun Lee, Hee Hyeok Hahm, Ki Mun Kim, Yeong Tae No, Jae Young Ju: Mobile location based service system and method. S K Telecom, Lahive & Cockfield, August 14, 2007: US07257416 (18 worldwide citation)

The present invention discloses a mobile location based service system and method. The mobile location based service system includes an application server for receiving a location based service request, and providing a location based service of a mobile station, and a location information providing ...


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Robert William Payne: Synthetic aperture radars including moving target indication. EMI, Fleit & Jacobson, August 17, 1976: US03975734 (18 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a synthetic aperture radar arranged to survey a region from a mobile location. Radar pulses are transmitted in sets, the pulses from each set being transmitted from congruent positions. The returned echoes of the pulses of each set are then compared to substantially remove signals ...



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