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David M Britz, Robert Raymond Miller II, Nemmara K Shankaranarayanan: Secure open-air communication system utilizing multi-channel decoyed transmission. AT&T Intellectual Property II, December 7, 2010: US07848517 (141 worldwide citation)

A secure, open-air communication system utilizes a plurality of “decoy” data signals to hide one or more true data signals. The true data signal(s) are channel hopped with the plurality of decoy data signals to form a multi-channel “scrambled” output signal that is thereafter transmitted in an open- ...


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David M Britz, Robert Raymond Miller II, Nemmara K Shankaranarayanan: Secure open-air communication system utilizing multi-channel decoyed transmission. AT&T Intellectual Property II, Guntin Meles & Gust, Ralph Trementozzi, September 4, 2012: US08259933 (3 worldwide citation)

A secure, open-air communication system utilizes a plurality of “decoy” data signals to hide one or more true data signals. The true data signal(s) are channel hopped with the plurality of decoy data signals to form a multi-channel “scrambled” output signal that is thereafter transmitted in an open- ...


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David M Britz, Robert Raymond Miller II, Nemmara K Shankaranarayanan: Secure open-air communication system utilizing multi-channel decoyed transmission. AT&T INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY II, Guntin & Gust, Jay H Anderson, March 14, 2017: US09596049 (2 worldwide citation)

A secure communication system utilizes multiple “decoy” data signals to hide one or more true data signals. The true data signal(s) are encrypted, and received at a scrambling unit according to an original set of channel assignments. The channel assignments are optically switched with multiple decoy ...


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Britz David M, Miller Robert Raymond Ii, Shankaranarayanan Nemmara K: Systeme securise de communication sur les ondes utilisant des transmissions factices multi-canaux, Secure open-air communication system utilizing multi-channel decoyed transmission. At&T, At&T, Kirby Eades Gale Baker, October 19, 2010: CA2538535

A secure, open-air communication system utilizes a plurality of "decoy" data signals to hide one or more true data signals. The true data signal(s) are channel hopped with the plurality of decoy data signals to form a multi-channel "scrambled" output signal that is thereafter transmitted in an open- ...


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David M Britz, Robert Raymond Miller, Nemmara K Shankaranarayanan: Secure open-air communication system utilizing multi-channel decoyed transmission. AT & T, At&T, September 21, 2006: US20060209766-A1

A secure, open-air communication system utilizes a plurality of “decoy” data signals to hide one or more true data signals. The true data signal(s) are channel hopped with the plurality of decoy data signals to form a multi-channel “scrambled” output signal that is thereafter transmitted in an open- ...


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David M Britz, Robert Raymond Miller II, Nemmara K Shankaranarayanan: Secure Open-Air Communication System Utilizing Multi-Channel Decoyed Transmission. At&T, AT&T LEGAL DEPARTMENT Koba, February 10, 2011: US20110033044-A1

A secure, open-air communication system utilizes a plurality of “decoy” data signals to hide one or more true data signals. The true data signal(s) are channel hopped with the plurality of decoy data signals to form a multi-channel “scrambled” output signal that is thereafter transmitted in an open- ...


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SECURE OPEN-AIR COMMUNICATION SYSTEM UTILIZING MULTI-CHANNEL DECOYED TRANSMISSION. AT&T Intellectual Property II, August 25, 2016: US20160248541-A1

A secure communication system utilizes multiple “decoy” data signals to hide one or more true data signals. The true data signal(s) are encrypted, and received at a scrambling unit according to an original set of channel assignments. The channel assignments are optically switched with multiple decoy ...