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Larry A Litteral, Jeffrey B Gold, Donald C Klika Jr, Daniel B Konkle, Carl D Coddington, James M McHenry, Arthur A Richard III: PSTN architecture for video-on-demand services. Bell Atlantic Network Services, Lowe Price LeBlanc & Becker, September 21, 1993: US05247347 (816 worldwide citation)

A public switched telephone network (PSTN) provides digital video signals from a video information provider to one or more of a plurality of subscriber premises. A subscriber uses either a standard telephone instrument over the PSTN or a dedicated control device over an ISDN packet network to order ...


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Arthur A Richard III, Larry A Litteral: PSTN architecture for video-on-demand services. Bell Atlantic Network Services, McDermott Will & Emery, August 4, 1998: US05790174 (65 worldwide citation)

A public switched telephone network (PSTN) provides digital video signals from a video information provider to one or more of a plurality of subscriber premises. A subscriber uses either a standard telephone instrument over the PSTN or a dedicated control device over an ISDN packet network to order ...


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Larry A Litteral, Jeffrey B Gold, Jr Donald C Klika: Pstn architecture for video-on-demand services. Bell Atlantic Network Services, WU ZENGYONG ZHANG ZHIXING, September 7, 1994: CN93102489

A public switch telephone network (PSTN) structure can provide user with digital video signal from video information provider. User specifies video program by means of standard telephone set over PSTN or special controller over ISDN and this request is transfered to specified video information provi ...


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Litteral Larry A, Gold Jeffrey B, Klika Donald C, Konkle Daniel B, Coddington Carl D, Mchenry James M, Richard Arthur A Iii: Pstn architecture for video-on-demand services. Bell Atlantic Network Services, sLOWE PRICE LEBLANC 99 Canal Center Plaza Suite 300 Alexandria VA 22314, April 1, 1993: WO/1993/006692

A public switched telephone network (PSTN) (10) provides digital video signals from a video information provider (140, 160) to one or more of a plurality of subscriber premises (100, 120). A subscriber uses either a standard telephone instrument (102) over the PSTN or a dedicated control device (130 ...



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