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5775 Morehouse Drive, San Diego, California 92121


Fabian Gonell
Sr. Vice President & Division Counsel
fgonell@qualcomm.com
(858) 658-2763
Fax: (858) 658-2503

March 18, 2016

By email: bj@apple.com

BJ Watrous
Vice President & Chief IP Counsel
Apple Inc.
1 Infinite Loop, MS 169-3IPL
Cupertino, CA 95014

Dear BJ:

Attached please find charts listing the patents Qualcomm Incorporated has disclosed to ETSI as
potentially containing ESSENTIAL IPR (as that term is used in the ETSI IPR Policy). The charts also list
the portions of the standards to which each of the patents relate.

Please let us know whether any of the listed portions of the standards are not implemented in the Apple
products that are UMTS- or LTE-capable. I look forward to discussing further exchanges of information
with you.

Very truly yours,

Fabian Gonell
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Application No.
6353412 METHOD AND APPARATUS A method and apparatus for determining the position of a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 6353412; China P.R.: ZL00816757.5; Brazil: PI0015069-0; Canada: 2388743; European Patent
FOR DETERMINING wireless communication device using global positioning system SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; Convention: EP1224508; European Patent Convention: EP2251748; India: 215439; Japan: 5791968; Japan: 2015-
POSITION LOCATION USING (GPS) satellites, base stations synchronized to GPS time and base SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; 212699; Mexico: 226881
REDUCED NUMBER OF GPS stations that are unsynchronized with GPS time. The SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171;
SATELLITES AND unsynchronized base stations are synchronized with one another. SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008;
SYNCHRONIZED AND Time of arrival information is adjusted to take into account the SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
UNSYNCHRONIZED BASE fact that wireless communication devices that received GPS time SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
STATIONS information from a base station receive that information biased SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
by the one-way delay that is encountered by the signal that SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
communicates that information to the wireless communication SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
device. In addition, time difference of arrival information for base SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
stations that are not synchronized to GPS time allows the bias SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
between these base stations GPS time to be eliminated. SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec:
ZL00816757.5 Method and Apparatus for A method and apparatus for determining the position of a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 6353412; China P.R.: ZL00816757.5; Brazil: PI0015069-0; Canada: 2388743; European Patent
Determining the Position wireless communication device using global positioning system SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; Convention: EP1224508; European Patent Convention: EP2251748; India: 215439; Japan: 5791968; Japan: 2015-
Location Using Reduced (GPS) satellites, base stations synchronized to GPS time and base SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; 212699; Mexico: 226881
Number of GPS Satellites and stations that are unsynchronized with GPS time. The SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171;
Synchronized and unsynchronized base stations are synchronized with one another. SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008;
Unsynchronized Base Time of arrival information is adjusted to take into account the SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
Stations fact that wireless communication devices that received GPS time SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
information from a base station receive that information biased SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
by the one-way delay that is encountered by the signal that SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
communicates that information to the wireless communication SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
device. In addition, time difference of arrival information for base SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
stations that are not synchronized to GPS time allows the bias SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
between these base stations GPS time to be eliminated. SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec:

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6429815 Method and apparatus for A system and method for determining the size and center of a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 6429815
determining search center search for global positioning system (GPS) satellites. The system SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ;
and size in searches for GPS and method uses information taken from a wireless SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071;
transmissions communication device for which the location is sought. The SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171;
information includes determinations as to what communication SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008;
base stations are local to the wireless communication device and SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
how far away each such base station is from the wireless SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
communication system. SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec:
6433739 METHOD AND APPARATUS A method and apparatus for determining any offset between the SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 6433739
FOR SYNCHRONIZING BASE timing of a communication base station and the timing of a GPS SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ;
STATIONS USING REMOTE constellation using a remote synchronization station at which the SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071;
SYNCHRONIZING STATIONS timing of a base station can be measured and compared with SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171;
known timing to determine an offset. SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec:

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Application No.
9118387 Pilot reference transmission A pilot reference transmission scheme well suited for high data SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 7289473; United States: 9118387; United States: 9124344; China P.R.: ZL00818043.1; Brazil:
for a wireless rate wireless communication systems is disclosed. To maximize SDO: ETSI Project: TD-SCDMA Spec: TS 25.221; PI0015248-0; Brazil: BR1220150258898; France: EP1226665; France: EP1835638; Germany: EP1226665; Germany:
communication system the amount of interference from transmissions from neighboring SDO: ETSI Project: TD-SCDMA Spec: TS 25.224; EP1835638; Great Britain: EP1226665; Great Britain: EP1835638; Hong Kong: HK1052593; Hong Kong: HK1114473;
transmission sources (e.g., access points or base stations) during SDO: ETSI Project: TD-SCDMA Spec: TS 25.304; Italy: EP1226665; Italy: EP1835638; Japan: 4607407; Republic of Korea: 10-0726743; Spain: EP1226665; Spain:
the pilot interval, and hence minimize the amount of interference SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 5 Spec: TS 25.211; EP1835638
from non-transmitting sources during the data intervals, the pilot SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 5 Spec: TS 25.214;
references are transmitted in bursts at predetermined time SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 99 Spec: TS 25.211;
intervals, and the pilot bursts from the access points are SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Spec: ;
synchronized. This results in maximum interference contributions
from non-transmitting neighboring access points, facilitating
reliable estimation of worst case carrier-to-interference (C/I), and
further allows the receiving devices (e.g., access terminals) to
easily recognize the bursts as pilot reference. In one
embodiment, each access point transmits the pilot bursts at or
near its maximum transmit power level and no user-specific data
is transmitted during the pilot bursts.

7289473 Pilot reference transmission A pilot reference transmission scheme well suited for high data SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 7289473; United States: 9118387; United States: 9124344; China P.R.: ZL00818043.1; Brazil:
for a wireless rate wireless communication systems is disclosed. To maximize SDO: ETSI Project: TD-SCDMA Spec: TS 25.221; PI0015248-0; Brazil: BR1220150258898; France: EP1226665; France: EP1835638; Germany: EP1226665; Germany:
communication system the amount of interference from transmissions from neighboring SDO: ETSI Project: TD-SCDMA Spec: TS 25.224; EP1835638; Great Britain: EP1226665; Great Britain: EP1835638; Hong Kong: HK1052593; Hong Kong: HK1114473;
transmission sources (e.g., access points or base stations) during SDO: ETSI Project: TD-SCDMA Spec: TS 25.304; Italy: EP1226665; Italy: EP1835638; Japan: 4607407; Republic of Korea: 10-0726743; Spain: EP1226665; Spain:
the pilot interval, and hence minimize the amount of interference SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 5 Spec: TS 25.211; EP1835638
from non-transmitting sources during the data intervals, the pilot SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 5 Spec: TS 25.214;
references are transmitted in bursts at predetermined time SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 99 Spec: TS 25.211;
intervals, and the pilot bursts from the access points are SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Spec: ;
synchronized. This results in maximum interference contributions
from non-transmitting neighboring access points, facilitating
reliable estimation of worst case carrier-to-interference (C/I), and
further allows the receiving devices (e.g., access terminals) to
easily recognize the bursts as pilot reference. In one
embodiment, each access point transmits the pilot bursts at or
near its maximum transmit power level and no user-specific data
is transmitted during the pilot bursts.

9124344 Pilot reference transmission A pilot reference transmission scheme well suited for high data SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 7289473; United States: 9118387; United States: 9124344; China P.R.: ZL00818043.1; Brazil:
for a wireless rate wireless communication systems is disclosed. To maximize SDO: ETSI Project: TD-SCDMA Spec: TS 25.221; PI0015248-0; Brazil: BR1220150258898; France: EP1226665; France: EP1835638; Germany: EP1226665; Germany:
communication system the amount of interference from transmissions from neighboring SDO: ETSI Project: TD-SCDMA Spec: TS 25.224; EP1835638; Great Britain: EP1226665; Great Britain: EP1835638; Hong Kong: HK1052593; Hong Kong: HK1114473;
transmission sources (e.g., access points or base stations) during SDO: ETSI Project: TD-SCDMA Spec: TS 25.304; Italy: EP1226665; Italy: EP1835638; Japan: 4607407; Republic of Korea: 10-0726743; Spain: EP1226665; Spain:
the pilot interval, and hence minimize the amount of interference SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 5 Spec: TS 25.211; EP1835638
from non-transmitting sources during the data intervals, the pilot SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 5 Spec: TS 25.214;
references are transmitted in bursts at predetermined time SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 99 Spec: TS 25.211;
intervals, and the pilot bursts from the access points are SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Spec: ;
synchronized. This results in maximum interference contributions
from non-transmitting neighboring access points, facilitating
reliable estimation of worst case carrier-to-interference (C/I), and
further allows the receiving devices (e.g., access terminals) to
easily recognize the bursts as pilot reference. In one
embodiment, each access point transmits the pilot bursts at or
near its maximum transmit power level and no user-specific data
is transmitted during the pilot bursts.

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Application No.
ZL00818043.1 Synchronized Pilot Reference A pilot reference transmission scheme well suited for high data SDO: ETSI Project: TD-SCDMA Spec: TS 25.221; United States: 7289473; United States: 9118387; United States: 9124344; China P.R.: ZL00818043.1; Brazil:
Transmission for a Wireless rate wireless communication systems is disclosed. To maximize SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 99 Spec: TS 25.211; PI0015248-0; Brazil: BR1220150258898; France: EP1226665; France: EP1835638; Germany: EP1226665; Germany:
Communication System the amount of interference from transmissions from neighboring EP1835638; Great Britain: EP1226665; Great Britain: EP1835638; Hong Kong: HK1052593; Hong Kong: HK1114473;
transmission sources (e.g., access points or base stations) during Italy: EP1226665; Italy: EP1835638; Japan: 4607407; Republic of Korea: 10-0726743; Spain: EP1226665; Spain:
the pilot interval, and hence minimize the amount of interference EP1835638
from non-transmitting sources during the data intervals, the pilot
references are transmitted in bursts at predetermined time
intervals, and the pilot bursts from the access points are
synchronized. This results in maximum interference contributions
from non-transmitting neighboring access points, facilitating
reliable estimation of worst case carrier-to-interference (C/I), and
further allows the receiving devices (e.g., access terminals) to
easily recognize the bursts as pilot reference. In one
embodiment, each access point transmits the pilot bursts at or
near its maximum transmit power level and no user-specific data
is transmitted during the pilot bursts.

7773547 Method and apparatus for A method and apparatus for requesting PPP instances from a SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 8 Spec: TS 24.008; United States: 7190687; United States: 7773547; China P.R.: ZL01803445.4; Australia: 772389; Austria: EP1245123;
requesting point-to-point packet data Belgium: EP1245123; Brazil: PI0107407-5; Canada: 2396769; Denmark: EP1245123; Finland: EP1245123; Finland:
protocol (PPP) instances services network includes a mobile station configured to send an EP1781050; France: EP1245123; France: EP1781050; Germany: EP1245123; Germany: EP1781050; Great Britain:
from a packet data services origination message to EP1245123; Great Britain: EP1781050; Greece: EP1245123; Hong Kong: HK1050798; Hong Kong: HK1109006; India:
network a packet data service node (PDSN) at which it has arrived upon 212820; Indonesia: ID0015178; Ireland: EP1245123; Israel: 150467; Israel: 186695; Israel: 204284; Italy:
leaving the vicinity of EP1245123; Italy: EP1781050; Japan: 5032686; Mexico: 226240; Netherlands: EP1245123; Netherlands:
another PDSN. The message informs the new PDSN of the new EP1781050; New Zealand: 519676; Norway: 327023; Portugal: EP1245123; Republic of Korea: 10-0762160; Russian
location of the mobile Federation: 2265965; Singapore: 89933; Spain: EP1245123; Spain: EP1781050; Sweden: EP1245123; Sweden:
station and indicates both the number of dormant PPP instances EP1781050; Switzerland: EP1245123; Taiwan: I564615; Turkey: EP1245123; Ukraine: 72782
associated with the
mobile station and a service reference identifier for each such
PPP instance. A flag
within the message may be used to indicate whether the PPP
instances are dormant (i.e.,
whether the mobile station is engaged in a call). Communications
channel resources of
packet data services nodes are optimized by reducing the
information included in
messages from the Packet Control Function network element to
the Packet Data Service
Node network element, and by reducing the use of Mobile
Internet Protocol agent
advertisement.

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7190687 Method and apparatus for A method and apparatus for requesting PPP instances from a SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 8 Spec: TS 24.008; United States: 7190687; United States: 7773547; China P.R.: ZL01803445.4; Australia: 772389; Austria: EP1245123;
requesting point-to-point packet data Belgium: EP1245123; Brazil: PI0107407-5; Canada: 2396769; Denmark: EP1245123; Finland: EP1245123; Finland:
protocol (PPP) instances services network includes a mobile station configured to send an EP1781050; France: EP1245123; France: EP1781050; Germany: EP1245123; Germany: EP1781050; Great Britain:
from a packet data services origination message to EP1245123; Great Britain: EP1781050; Greece: EP1245123; Hong Kong: HK1050798; Hong Kong: HK1109006; India:
network a packet data service node (PDSN) at which it has arrived upon 212820; Indonesia: ID0015178; Ireland: EP1245123; Israel: 150467; Israel: 186695; Israel: 204284; Italy:
leaving the vicinity of EP1245123; Italy: EP1781050; Japan: 5032686; Mexico: 226240; Netherlands: EP1245123; Netherlands:
another PDSN. The message informs the new PDSN of the new EP1781050; New Zealand: 519676; Norway: 327023; Portugal: EP1245123; Republic of Korea: 10-0762160; Russian
location of the mobile Federation: 2265965; Singapore: 89933; Spain: EP1245123; Spain: EP1781050; Sweden: EP1245123; Sweden:
station and indicates both the number of dormant PPP instances EP1781050; Switzerland: EP1245123; Taiwan: I564615; Turkey: EP1245123; Ukraine: 72782
associated with the
mobile station and a service reference identifier for each such
PPP instance. A flag
within the message may be used to indicate whether the PPP
instances are dormant (i.e.,
whether the mobile station is engaged in a call). Communications
channel resources of
packet data services nodes are optimized by reducing the
information included in
messages from the Packet Control Function network element to
the Packet Data Service
Node network element, and by reducing the use of Mobile
Internet Protocol agent
advertisement
ZL01803445.4 Method and apparatus for A method and apparatus for requesting PPP instances from a SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 8 Spec: TS 24.008; United States: 7190687; United States: 7773547; China P.R.: ZL01803445.4; Australia: 772389; Austria: EP1245123;
requesting point-to-point packet data Belgium: EP1245123; Brazil: PI0107407-5; Canada: 2396769; Denmark: EP1245123; Finland: EP1245123; Finland:
protocol (PPP) instances services network includes a mobile station configured to send an EP1781050; France: EP1245123; France: EP1781050; Germany: EP1245123; Germany: EP1781050; Great Britain:
from a packet data services origination message to EP1245123; Great Britain: EP1781050; Greece: EP1245123; Hong Kong: HK1050798; Hong Kong: HK1109006; India:
network a packet data service node (PDSN) at which it has arrived upon 212820; Indonesia: ID0015178; Ireland: EP1245123; Israel: 150467; Israel: 186695; Israel: 204284; Italy:
leaving the vicinity of EP1245123; Italy: EP1781050; Japan: 5032686; Mexico: 226240; Netherlands: EP1245123; Netherlands:
another PDSN. The message informs the new PDSN of the new EP1781050; New Zealand: 519676; Norway: 327023; Portugal: EP1245123; Republic of Korea: 10-0762160; Russian
location of the mobile Federation: 2265965; Singapore: 89933; Spain: EP1245123; Spain: EP1781050; Sweden: EP1245123; Sweden:
station and indicates both the number of dormant PPP instances EP1781050; Switzerland: EP1245123; Taiwan: I564615; Turkey: EP1245123; Ukraine: 72782
associated with the
mobile station and a service reference identifier for each such
PPP instance. A flag
within the message may be used to indicate whether the PPP
instances are dormant (i.e.,
whether the mobile station is engaged in a call). Communications
channel resources of
packet data services nodes are optimized by reducing the
information included in
messages from the Packet Control Function network element to
the Packet Data Service
Node network element, and by reducing the use of Mobile
Internet Protocol agent
advertisement.

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Application No.
8363616 Method and apparatus for A method and apparatus for requesting PPP instances from a SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 8 Spec: TS 24.008; United States: 7197017; United States: 8363616; China P.R.: ZL01804311.9; Australia: 779184; Canada: 2396838;
channel optimization during packet data Germany: EP1252745; Great Britain: EP1252745; Hong Kong: HK1051275; India: 218869; Indonesia: ID0014225;
point-to-point protocol (PPP) services network includes a mobile station configured to send an Israel: 150607; Japan: 4842484; Japan: 5044026; Mexico: 223518; New Zealand: 519896; Republic of Korea: 10-
session requests origination message to 0943877; Republic of Korea: 10-0893838; Republic of Korea: 10-1026977; Russian Federation: 2284088; Singapore:
a packet data service node (PDSN) at which it has arrived upon 89991; Taiwan: I231126; Ukraine: 72302
leaving the vicinity of
another PDSN. The message informs the new PDSN of the new
location of the mobile
station and indicates both the number of dormant PPP instances
associated with the
mobile station and a service reference identifier for each such
PPP instance. A flag
within the message may be used to indicate whether the PPP
instances are dormant (i.e.,
whether the mobile station is engaged in a call). Communications
channel resources of
packet data services nodes are optimized by reducing the
information included in
messages from the Packet Control Function network element to
the Packet Data Service
Node network element, and by reducing the use of Mobile
Internet Protocol agent
advertisement
7197017 Method and apparatus for A method and apparatus for requesting PPP instances from a SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 8 Spec: TS 24.008; United States: 7197017; United States: 8363616; China P.R.: ZL01804311.9; Australia: 779184; Canada: 2396838;
channel optimization during packet data Germany: EP1252745; Great Britain: EP1252745; Hong Kong: HK1051275; India: 218869; Indonesia: ID0014225;
point-to-point protocol (PPP) services network includes a mobile station configured to send an Israel: 150607; Japan: 4842484; Japan: 5044026; Mexico: 223518; New Zealand: 519896; Republic of Korea: 10-
session requests origination message to 0943877; Republic of Korea: 10-0893838; Republic of Korea: 10-1026977; Russian Federation: 2284088; Singapore:
a packet data service node (PDSN) at which it has arrived upon 89991; Taiwan: I231126; Ukraine: 72302
leaving the vicinity of
another PDSN. The message informs the new PDSN of the new
location of the mobile
station and indicates both the number of dormant PPP instances
associated with the
mobile station and a service reference identifier for each such
PPP instance. A flag
within the message may be used to indicate whether the PPP
instances are dormant (i.e.,
whether the mobile station is engaged in a call). Communications
channel resources of
packet data services nodes are optimized by reducing the
information included in
messages from the Packet Control Function network element to
the Packet Data Service
Node network element, and by reducing the use of Mobile
Internet Protocol agent
advertisement.

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Application No.
ZL01804311.9 Method and apparatus for A method and apparatus for requesting PPP instances from a SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 8 Spec: TS 24.008; United States: 7197017; United States: 8363616; China P.R.: ZL01804311.9; Australia: 779184; Canada: 2396838;
channel optimization during packet data Germany: EP1252745; Great Britain: EP1252745; Hong Kong: HK1051275; India: 218869; Indonesia: ID0014225;
point-to-point protocol (PPP) services network includes a mobile station configured to send an Israel: 150607; Japan: 4842484; Japan: 5044026; Mexico: 223518; New Zealand: 519896; Republic of Korea: 10-
session requests origination message to 0943877; Republic of Korea: 10-0893838; Republic of Korea: 10-1026977; Russian Federation: 2284088; Singapore:
a packet data service node (PDSN) at which it has arrived upon 89991; Taiwan: I231126; Ukraine: 72302
leaving the vicinity of
another PDSN. The message informs the new PDSN of the new
location of the mobile
station and indicates both the number of dormant PPP instances
associated with the
mobile station and a service reference identifier for each such
PPP instance. A flag
within the message may be used to indicate whether the PPP
instances are dormant (i.e.,
whether the mobile station is engaged in a call). Communications
channel resources of
packet data services nodes are optimized by reducing the
information included in
messages from the Packet Control Function network element to
the Packet Data Service
Node network element, and by reducing the use of Mobile
Internet Protocol agent
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6965585 Base station synchronization A mobile wireless telecommunications system includes base SDO: ETSI Project: TD-SCDMA Spec: TS 25.331; United States: 6438117; United States: 6965585; China P.R.: ZL01806048.X; China P.R.: CN101588611; China P.R.:
for handover in a hybrid stations of a first type operating according to a first air interface, CN102111837; China P.R.: ZL201310103235.9; Brazil: PI0107464-4; Brazil: BR1220140269030; Brazil:
GSM/CDMA network and base stations of a second type operating according to a BR1220140269056; Canada: 2396770; Canada: 2711787; Canada: 2850221; France: EP1254577; France:
second air interface. Methods and apparatus are provided for EP1729537; Germany: EP1254577; Germany: EP1729537; Great Britain: EP1254577; Great Britain: EP1729537;
handing over a mobile station in the system from a first base India: 212821; Italy: EP1729537; Japan: 5677887; Japan: 2015-015739; Mexico: 232606; Republic of Korea: 10-
station, which is of the first type, to a second base station, which 0919143; Republic of Korea: 10-0919146; Republic of Korea: 10-0918931; Russian Federation: 2304363; Russian
is of the second type. A communications link is established over Federation: 2323544; Russian Federation: 2520576; Spain: EP1729537; Taiwan: 538645
the first air interface between the mobile station and the first
base station. Data is received from the mobile station responsive
to a signal received by the mobile station over the second air
interface from the second base station, substantially without
breaking the communications link with the first base station. The
mobile station is handed over from the first to the second base
station responsive to the data received therefrom.

6438117 Base station synchronization A mobile wireless telecommunications system includes base SDO: ETSI Project: TD-SCDMA Spec: TS 25.331; United States: 6438117; United States: 6965585; China P.R.: ZL01806048.X; China P.R.: CN101588611; China P.R.:
for handover in a hybrid stations of a first type operating according to a first air interface, CN102111837; China P.R.: ZL201310103235.9; Brazil: PI0107464-4; Brazil: BR1220140269030; Brazil:
GSM/CDMA network and base stations of a second type operating according to a BR1220140269056; Canada: 2396770; Canada: 2711787; Canada: 2850221; France: EP1254577; France:
second air interface. Methods and apparatus are provided for EP1729537; Germany: EP1254577; Germany: EP1729537; Great Britain: EP1254577; Great Britain: EP1729537;
handing over a mobile station in the system from a first base India: 212821; Italy: EP1729537; Japan: 5677887; Japan: 2015-015739; Mexico: 232606; Republic of Korea: 10-
station, which is of the first type, to a second base station, which 0919143; Republic of Korea: 10-0919146; Republic of Korea: 10-0918931; Russian Federation: 2304363; Russian
is of the second type. A communications link is established over Federation: 2323544; Russian Federation: 2520576; Spain: EP1729537; Taiwan: 538645
the first air interface between the mobile station and the first
base station. Data is received from the mobile station responsive
to a signal received by the mobile station over the second air
interface from the second base station, substantially without
breaking the communications link with the first base station. The
mobile station is handed over from the first to the second base
station responsive to the data received therefrom.

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ZL01806048.X Method and apparatus for A mobile wireless telecommunications system includes base SDO: ETSI Project: TD-SCDMA Spec: TS 25.331; United States: 6438117; United States: 6965585; China P.R.: ZL01806048.X; China P.R.: CN101588611; China P.R.:
base station synchronization stations of a first type operating according to a first air interface, CN102111837; China P.R.: ZL201310103235.9; Brazil: PI0107464-4; Brazil: BR1220140269030; Brazil:
for handover in a hybrid and base stations of a second type operating according to a BR1220140269056; Canada: 2396770; Canada: 2711787; Canada: 2850221; France: EP1254577; France:
GSM/CDMA network second air interface. Methods and apparatus are provided for EP1729537; Germany: EP1254577; Germany: EP1729537; Great Britain: EP1254577; Great Britain: EP1729537;
handing over a mobile station in the system from a first base India: 212821; Italy: EP1729537; Japan: 5677887; Japan: 2015-015739; Mexico: 232606; Republic of Korea: 10-
station, which is of the first type, to a second base station, which 0919143; Republic of Korea: 10-0919146; Republic of Korea: 10-0918931; Russian Federation: 2304363; Russian
is of the second type. A communications link is established over Federation: 2323544; Russian Federation: 2520576; Spain: EP1729537; Taiwan: 538645
the first air interface between the mobile station and the first
base station. Data is received from the mobile station responsive
to a signal received by the mobile station over the second air
interface from the second base station, substantially without
breaking the communications link with the first base station. The
mobile station is handed over from the first to the second base
station responsive to the data received therefrom.

CN101588611 Method and apparatus for A mobile wireless telecommunications system includes base SDO: ETSI Project: TD-SCDMA Spec: TS 25.331; United States: 6438117; United States: 6965585; China P.R.: ZL01806048.X; China P.R.: CN101588611; China P.R.:
base station synchronization stations of a first type operating according to a first air interface, CN102111837; China P.R.: ZL201310103235.9; Brazil: PI0107464-4; Brazil: BR1220140269030; Brazil:
for handover in a hybrid and base stations of a second type operating according to a BR1220140269056; Canada: 2396770; Canada: 2711787; Canada: 2850221; France: EP1254577; France:
GSM/CDMA network second air interface. Methods and apparatus are provided for EP1729537; Germany: EP1254577; Germany: EP1729537; Great Britain: EP1254577; Great Britain: EP1729537;
handing over a mobile station in the system from a first base India: 212821; Italy: EP1729537; Japan: 5677887; Japan: 2015-015739; Mexico: 232606; Republic of Korea: 10-
station, which is of the first type, to a second base station, which 0919143; Republic of Korea: 10-0919146; Republic of Korea: 10-0918931; Russian Federation: 2304363; Russian
is of the second type. A communications link is established over Federation: 2323544; Russian Federation: 2520576; Spain: EP1729537; Taiwan: 538645
the first air interface between the mobile station and the first
base station. Data is received from the mobile station responsive
to a signal received by the mobile station over the second air
interface from the second base station, substantially without
breaking the communications link with the first base station. The
mobile station is handed over from the first to the second base
station responsive to the data received therefrom.

CN102111837 Method and apparatus for A mobile wireless telecommunications system includes base SDO: ETSI Project: TD-SCDMA Spec: TS 25.331; United States: 6438117; United States: 6965585; China P.R.: ZL01806048.X; China P.R.: CN101588611; China P.R.:
base station synchronization stations of a first type operating according to a first air interface, CN102111837; China P.R.: ZL201310103235.9; Brazil: PI0107464-4; Brazil: BR1220140269030; Brazil:
for handover in a hybrid and base stations of a second type operating according to a BR1220140269056; Canada: 2396770; Canada: 2711787; Canada: 2850221; France: EP1254577; France:
GSM/CDMA network second air interface. Methods and apparatus are provided for EP1729537; Germany: EP1254577; Germany: EP1729537; Great Britain: EP1254577; Great Britain: EP1729537;
handing over a mobile station in the system from a first base India: 212821; Italy: EP1729537; Japan: 5677887; Japan: 2015-015739; Mexico: 232606; Republic of Korea: 10-
station, which is of the first type, to a second base station, which 0919143; Republic of Korea: 10-0919146; Republic of Korea: 10-0918931; Russian Federation: 2304363; Russian
is of the second type. A communications link is established over Federation: 2323544; Russian Federation: 2520576; Spain: EP1729537; Taiwan: 538645
the first air interface between the mobile station and the first
base station. Data is received from the mobile station responsive
to a signal received by the mobile station over the second air
interface from the second base station, substantially without
breaking the communications link with the first base station. The
mobile station is handed over from the first to the second base
station responsive to the data received therefrom.

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ZL201310103235.9 Method and apparatus for A mobile wireless telecommunications system includes base SDO: ETSI Project: TD-SCDMA Spec: TS 25.331; United States: 6438117; United States: 6965585; China P.R.: ZL01806048.X; China P.R.: CN101588611; China P.R.:
base station synchronization stations of a first type operating according to a first air interface, CN102111837; China P.R.: ZL201310103235.9; Brazil: PI0107464-4; Brazil: BR1220140269030; Brazil:
for handover in a hybrid and base stations of a second type operating according to a BR1220140269056; Canada: 2396770; Canada: 2711787; Canada: 2850221; France: EP1254577; France:
GSM/CDMA network second air interface. Methods and apparatus are provided for EP1729537; Germany: EP1254577; Germany: EP1729537; Great Britain: EP1254577; Great Britain: EP1729537;
handing over a mobile station in the system from a first base India: 212821; Italy: EP1729537; Japan: 5677887; Japan: 2015-015739; Mexico: 232606; Republic of Korea: 10-
station, which is of the first type, to a second base station, which 0919143; Republic of Korea: 10-0919146; Republic of Korea: 10-0918931; Russian Federation: 2304363; Russian
is of the second type. A communications link is established over Federation: 2323544; Russian Federation: 2520576; Spain: EP1729537; Taiwan: 538645
the first air interface between the mobile station and the first
base station. Data is received from the mobile station responsive
to a signal received by the mobile station over the second air
interface from the second base station, substantially without
breaking the communications link with the first base station. The
mobile station is handed over from the first to the second base
station responsive to the data received therefrom.

6775802 METHOD, APPARATUS, AND An apparatus, method, and system for predicting subframes of SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 6775802; China P.R.: ZL01802339.8; Australia: 780507; Austria: EP1307762; Belgium: EP1307762;
SYSTEM FOR SIGNAL GPS signals. The apparatus includes a processor capable of SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; Canada: 2385191; Denmark: EP1307762; European Patent Convention: EP2098883; European Patent Convention:
PREDICTION determining whether a subframe is an almanac subframe, setting SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; EP2506038; European Patent Convention: EP2518525; Finland: EP1307762; France: EP1307762; Germany:
a timehead and adding it to a TOW, setting a TLM message based SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008; EP1307762; Germany: EP2209017; Great Britain: EP1307762; Great Britain: EP2209017; Greece: EP1307762; Hong
on a value of the TOW, generating a CRC for a predicted SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331; Kong: HK1051722; India: 248455; Indonesia: ID0017765; Ireland: EP1307762; Italy: EP1307762; Japan: 5404983;
subframe, and a memory for storing the predicted subframe. The SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413; Japan: 5749185; Japan: 5628221; Mexico: 235662; Netherlands: EP1307762; Portugal: EP1307762; Republic of
memory may vary in size based on the number of predicted SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430; Korea: 10-0849625; Singapore: 87574; Spain: EP1307762; Sweden: EP1307762; Switzerland: EP1307762; Vietnam:
subframes. The processor is further capable of determining SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453; 5393
whether the value of the TOW is less than the number of seconds SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
in a week, calculating a position of the predicted subframe in the SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
memory, and setting a valid flag. SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453

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ZL01802339.8 Method, apparatus and An apparatus, method, and system for predicting subframes of SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 6775802; China P.R.: ZL01802339.8; Australia: 780507; Austria: EP1307762; Belgium: EP1307762;
system for signal prediction GPS signals. The apparatus includes a processor capable of SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; Canada: 2385191; Denmark: EP1307762; European Patent Convention: EP2098883; European Patent Convention:
determining whether a subframe is an almanac subframe, setting SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; EP2506038; European Patent Convention: EP2518525; Finland: EP1307762; France: EP1307762; Germany:
a timehead and adding it to a TOW, setting a TLM message based SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008; EP1307762; Germany: EP2209017; Great Britain: EP1307762; Great Britain: EP2209017; Greece: EP1307762; Hong
on a value of the TOW, generating a CRC for a predicted SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331; Kong: HK1051722; India: 248455; Indonesia: ID0017765; Ireland: EP1307762; Italy: EP1307762; Japan: 5404983;
subframe, and a memory for storing the predicted subframe. The SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413; Japan: 5749185; Japan: 5628221; Mexico: 235662; Netherlands: EP1307762; Portugal: EP1307762; Republic of
memory may vary in size based on the number of predicted SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430; Korea: 10-0849625; Singapore: 87574; Spain: EP1307762; Sweden: EP1307762; Switzerland: EP1307762; Vietnam:
subframes. The processor is further capable of determining SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453; 5393
whether the value of the TOW is less than the number of seconds SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
in a week, calculating a position of the predicted subframe in the SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
memory, and setting a valid flag. SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25 453
7773987 Method for Performing RR- Techniques to reduce the amount of registration required by a SDO: ETSI Project: LTE Release 8 Spec: TS 23.060; United States: 7155222; United States: 7773987; United States: 8010104
Level Registration in a mobile station in a wireless communication system, especially if SDO: ETSI Project: LTE Release 8 Spec: TS 24.008;
Wireless Communication the registration zones are defined to be small areas. In one SDO: ETSI Project: LTE Release 8 Spec: TS 24.301;
System scheme, a mobile station registers (e.g., at RR-level) with a
network entity (e.g., a base station) each time it enters a new
registration zone, which can correspond to an R-TMSI zone
defined by GSM MC-MAP. The mobile station maintains a timer
for each zone with which it has already registered but has since
left. If the mobile station leaves a particular zone for a period
longer than a time-out period, the registration with that zone
times out, and the mobile station re-registers with that zone
whenever it re-enters the zone. The mobile station may
implement zone-based, timer-based, implicit, traffic channel RR,
and some other registrations, or a combination thereof.
Parameters to facilitate registration may be defined by a base
station.

7155222 Method for Performing RR- Techniques to reduce the amount of registration required by a SDO: ETSI Project: LTE Release 8 Spec: TS 23.060; United States: 7155222; United States: 7773987; United States: 8010104
Level Registration in a mobile station in a wireless communication system, especially if SDO: ETSI Project: LTE Release 8 Spec: TS 24.008;
Wireless Communication the registration zones are defined to be small areas. In one SDO: ETSI Project: LTE Release 8 Spec: TS 24.301;
System scheme, a mobile station registers (e.g., at RR-level) with a
network entity (e.g., a base station) each time it enters a new
registration zone, which can correspond to an R-TMSI zone
defined by GSM MC-MAP. The mobile station maintains a timer
for each zone with which it has already registered but has since
left. If the mobile station leaves a particular zone for a period
longer than a time-out period, the registration with that zone
times out, and the mobile station re-registers with that zone
whenever it re-enters the zone. The mobile station may
implement zone-based, timer-based, implicit, traffic channel RR,
and some other registrations, or a combination thereof.
Parameters to facilitate registration may be defined by a base
station.

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8010104 Method for Performing RR- Techniques to reduce the amount of registration required by a SDO: ETSI Project: LTE Release 8 Spec: TS 23.060; United States: 7155222; United States: 7773987; United States: 8010104
Level Registration in a mobile station in a wireless communication system, especially if SDO: ETSI Project: LTE Release 8 Spec: TS 24.008;
Wireless Communication the registration zones are defined to be small areas. In one SDO: ETSI Project: LTE Release 8 Spec: TS 24.301;
System scheme, a mobile station registers (e.g., at RR-level) with a
network entity (e.g., a base station) each time it enters a new
registration zone, which can correspond to an R-TMSI zone
defined by GSM MC-MAP. The mobile station maintains a timer
for each zone with which it has already registered but has since
left. If the mobile station leaves a particular zone for a period
longer than a time-out period, the registration with that zone
times out, and the mobile station re-registers with that zone
whenever it re-enters the zone. The mobile station may
implement zone-based, timer-based, implicit, traffic channel RR,
and some other registrations, or a combination thereof.
Parameters to facilitate registration may be defined by a base
station.

6564060 Method and apparatus for A method of supervising on the forward link in a high data rate SDO: ETSI Project: TD-SCDMA Spec: TS 25.224; United States: 6564060; China P.R.: ZL01807763.3; Brazil: PI0108122-5; Canada: 2399729; France: EP1273185;
reducing radio link system is disclosed, wherein a base station transmits to an access Germany: EP1273185; Great Britain: EP1273185; Hong Kong: HK1054833; India: 221370; Japan: 4689924; Mexico:
supervision time in a high terminal on a forward traffic channel only when the base station 226574; Republic of Korea: 10-0717465; Russian Federation: 2262801; Taiwan: I538607
data rate system has data to send to the access terminal. The base station
minimizes the worst-case period necessary to reclaim traffic
channel resources following a release by periodically transmitting
a configuration packet to its access terminals. The configuration
packet indicates the allocation status of the traffic channels
belonging to the base station. If an access terminal receives a
configuration packet indicating the deallocation of one or all of its
traffic channels, the access terminal immediately ceases its use of
those traffic channels. If an access terminal fails to successfully
decode a configuration packet for a predetermined supervision
time, the access terminal releases its connection with all base
stations and associated traffic channels.

ZL01807763.3 Method and apparatus for A method of supervising on the forward link in a high data rate SDO: ETSI Project: TD-SCDMA Spec: TS 25.224; United States: 6564060; China P.R.: ZL01807763.3; Brazil: PI0108122-5; Canada: 2399729; France: EP1273185;
reducing ratio link system is disclosed, wherein a base station transmits to an access Germany: EP1273185; Great Britain: EP1273185; Hong Kong: HK1054833; India: 221370; Japan: 4689924; Mexico:
supervision time in a high terminal on a forward traffic channel only when the base station 226574; Republic of Korea: 10-0717465; Russian Federation: 2262801; Taiwan: I538607
data rate system has data to send to the access terminal. The base station
minimizes the worst-case period necessary to reclaim traffic
channel resources following a release by periodically transmitting
a configuration packet to its access terminals. The configuration
packet indicates the allocation status of the traffic channels
belonging to the base station. If an access terminal receives a
configuration packet indicating the deallocation of one or all of its
traffic channels, the access terminal immediately ceases its use of
those traffic channels. If an access terminal fails to successfully
decode a configuration packet for a predetermined supervision
time, the access terminal releases its connection with all base
stations and associated traffic channels.

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7519106 Method and apparatus for A wireless telecommunications system includes a base station, a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 6728300; United States: 6977957; United States: 7519106; United States: 8194719; China P.R.:
maximizing standby time in plurality of remote stations, a first channel for general page SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: ; ZL01807716.1; Belgium: EP1885152; Brazil: PI0108218-3; European Patent Convention: EP2031930; European
remote stations configured messages containing paging information and broadcast databurst Patent Convention: EP2285166; Finland: EP1885152; France: EP1885152; France: EP1254579; Germany:
to receive broadcast message references, and an auxiliary channel for broadcast EP1254579; Germany: EP1885152; Great Britain: EP1885152; Great Britain: EP1254579; Hong Kong: HK1115262;
databurst messages databurst notification indicators for the purpose of increasing Hong Kong: HK1130985; Hong Kong: HK1154154; Hong Kong: HK1056811; Italy: EP1885152; Japan: 4689925;
standby time in remote stations configured to receive broadcast Netherlands: EP1885152; Republic of Korea: 10-0797660; Spain: EP1885152; Sweden: EP1885152; Taiwan: 189336
databurst messages.

6977957 Method and apparatus for A wireless telecommunications system includes a base station, a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 6728300; United States: 6977957; United States: 7519106; United States: 8194719; China P.R.:
maximizing standby time in plurality of remote stations, a first channel for general page SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: ; ZL01807716.1; Belgium: EP1885152; Brazil: PI0108218-3; European Patent Convention: EP2031930; European
remote stations configured messages containing paging information and broadcast databurst Patent Convention: EP2285166; Finland: EP1885152; France: EP1885152; France: EP1254579; Germany:
to receive broadcast message references, and an auxiliary channel for broadcast EP1254579; Germany: EP1885152; Great Britain: EP1885152; Great Britain: EP1254579; Hong Kong: HK1115262;
databurst messages databurst notification indicators for the purpose of increasing Hong Kong: HK1130985; Hong Kong: HK1154154; Hong Kong: HK1056811; Italy: EP1885152; Japan: 4689925;
standby time in remote stations configured to receive broadcast Netherlands: EP1885152; Republic of Korea: 10-0797660; Spain: EP1885152; Sweden: EP1885152; Taiwan: 189336
databurst messages.

6728300 Method and apparatus for A wireless telecommunications system includes a base station, a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 6728300; United States: 6977957; United States: 7519106; United States: 8194719; China P.R.:
maximizing standby time in plurality of remote stations, a first channel for general page SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: ; ZL01807716.1; Belgium: EP1885152; Brazil: PI0108218-3; European Patent Convention: EP2031930; European
remote stations configured messages containing paging information and broadcast databurst Patent Convention: EP2285166; Finland: EP1885152; France: EP1885152; France: EP1254579; Germany:
to receive broadcast message references, and an auxiliary channel for broadcast EP1254579; Germany: EP1885152; Great Britain: EP1885152; Great Britain: EP1254579; Hong Kong: HK1115262;
databurst messages databurst notification indicators for the purpose of increasing Hong Kong: HK1130985; Hong Kong: HK1154154; Hong Kong: HK1056811; Italy: EP1885152; Japan: 4689925;
standby time in remote stations configured to receive broadcast Netherlands: EP1885152; Republic of Korea: 10-0797660; Spain: EP1885152; Sweden: EP1885152; Taiwan: 189336
databurst messages.

8194719 Method and apparatus for A wireless telecommunications system includes a base station, a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 6728300; United States: 6977957; United States: 7519106; United States: 8194719; China P.R.:
maximizing standby time in plurality of remote stations, a first channel for general page SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: ; ZL01807716.1; Belgium: EP1885152; Brazil: PI0108218-3; European Patent Convention: EP2031930; European
remote stations configured messages containing paging information and broadcast databurst Patent Convention: EP2285166; Finland: EP1885152; France: EP1885152; France: EP1254579; Germany:
to receive broadcast message references, and an auxiliary channel for broadcast EP1254579; Germany: EP1885152; Great Britain: EP1885152; Great Britain: EP1254579; Hong Kong: HK1115262;
databurst messages databurst notification indicators for the purpose of increasing Hong Kong: HK1130985; Hong Kong: HK1154154; Hong Kong: HK1056811; Italy: EP1885152; Japan: 4689925;
standby time in remote stations configured to receive broadcast Netherlands: EP1885152; Republic of Korea: 10-0797660; Spain: EP1885152; Sweden: EP1885152; Taiwan: 189336
databurst messages.

ZL01807716.1 A method and apparatus for A wireless telecommunications system includes a base station, a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 6728300; United States: 6977957; United States: 7519106; United States: 8194719; China P.R.:
maximizing standby time in plurality of remote stations, a first channel for general page SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: ; ZL01807716.1; Belgium: EP1885152; Brazil: PI0108218-3; European Patent Convention: EP2031930; European
remote stations configured messages containing paging information and broadcast databurst Patent Convention: EP2285166; Finland: EP1885152; France: EP1885152; France: EP1254579; Germany:
to receive broadcast message references, and an auxiliary channel for broadcast EP1254579; Germany: EP1885152; Great Britain: EP1885152; Great Britain: EP1254579; Hong Kong: HK1115262;
databurst messages databurst notification indicators for the purpose of increasing Hong Kong: HK1130985; Hong Kong: HK1154154; Hong Kong: HK1056811; Italy: EP1885152; Japan: 4689925;
standby time in remote stations configured to receive broadcast Netherlands: EP1885152; Republic of Korea: 10-0797660; Spain: EP1885152; Sweden: EP1885152; Taiwan: 189336
databurst messages.

7373149 Method of handoff within a The present invention is directed to a digital wireless SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 8 Spec: TS 25.331; United States: 6535739; United States: 6853843; United States: 7151933; United States: 7373149; China P.R.:
telecommunications system telecommunications system that includes a plurality of base ZL01810838.5; China P.R.: ZL200810086604.7; Australia: 2001253238; Belgium: EP1273198; Brazil: PI0109873-0;
containing digital base station of differing spectral capabilities, and a plurality of remote Brazil: BR1220140269048; Canada: 2405494; Finland: EP1273198; France: EP1273198; Germany: EP1273198; Great
stations with different stations capable of transmitting data to and receiving Britain: EP1273198; Hong Kong: HK1055198; India: 205917; Indonesia: ID0016047; Ireland: EP1273198; Israel:
spectral capabilities transmissions from the plurality of base stations. The invention 152118; Israel: 194037; Italy: EP1273198; Japan: 4795608; Mexico: 226419; Netherlands: EP1273198; Norway:
herein provides a method for remote station hand-off between 328642; Republic of Korea: 10-0799080; Russian Federation: 2267864; Singapore: 92347; Spain: EP1273198;
base stations of a narrower spectral capacity and base stations of Sweden: EP1273198; Taiwan: I224934; Ukraine: 71670
a wider spectral capacity. A method is provided for a wireless
telecommunications infrastructure to facilitate a remote station
hand-off from a set of narrowband compliant base stations to at
least one wideband compliant base station while a remote station
is in the coverage area of both types of base stations.
Additionally, the invention herein provides remote station
apparatus, base station apparatus, and base station controller
apparatus for performing the handoff methodology of the
present invention.

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7151933 Method of handoff within a The present invention is directed to a digital wireless SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 8 Spec: TS 25.331; United States: 6535739; United States: 6853843; United States: 7151933; United States: 7373149; China P.R.:
telecommunications system telecommunications system that includes a plurality of base ZL01810838.5; China P.R.: ZL200810086604.7; Australia: 2001253238; Belgium: EP1273198; Brazil: PI0109873-0;
containing digital base station of differing spectral capabilities, and a plurality of remote Brazil: BR1220140269048; Canada: 2405494; Finland: EP1273198; France: EP1273198; Germany: EP1273198; Great
stations with different stations capable of transmitting data to and receiving Britain: EP1273198; Hong Kong: HK1055198; India: 205917; Indonesia: ID0016047; Ireland: EP1273198; Israel:
spectral capabilities transmissions from the plurality of base stations. The invention 152118; Israel: 194037; Italy: EP1273198; Japan: 4795608; Mexico: 226419; Netherlands: EP1273198; Norway:
herein provides a method for remote station hand-off between 328642; Republic of Korea: 10-0799080; Russian Federation: 2267864; Singapore: 92347; Spain: EP1273198;
base stations of a narrower spectral capacity and base stations of Sweden: EP1273198; Taiwan: I224934; Ukraine: 71670
a wider spectral capacity. A method is provided for a wireless
telecommunications infrastructure to facilitate a remote station
hand-off from a set of narrowband compliant base stations to at
least one wideband compliant base station while a remote station
is in the coverage area of both types of base stations.
Additionally, the invention herein provides remote station
apparatus, base station apparatus, and base station controller
apparatus for performing the handoff methodology of the
present invention.

6853843 Method of handoff within a The present invention is directed to a digital wireless SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 8 Spec: TS 25.331; United States: 6535739; United States: 6853843; United States: 7151933; United States: 7373149; China P.R.:
telecommunications system telecommunications system that includes a plurality of base ZL01810838.5; China P.R.: ZL200810086604.7; Australia: 2001253238; Belgium: EP1273198; Brazil: PI0109873-0;
containing digital base station of differing spectral capabilities, and a plurality of remote Brazil: BR1220140269048; Canada: 2405494; Finland: EP1273198; France: EP1273198; Germany: EP1273198; Great
stations with different stations capable of transmitting data to and receiving Britain: EP1273198; Hong Kong: HK1055198; India: 205917; Indonesia: ID0016047; Ireland: EP1273198; Israel:
spectral capabilities transmissions from the plurality of base stations. The invention 152118; Israel: 194037; Italy: EP1273198; Japan: 4795608; Mexico: 226419; Netherlands: EP1273198; Norway:
herein provides a method for remote station hand-off between 328642; Republic of Korea: 10-0799080; Russian Federation: 2267864; Singapore: 92347; Spain: EP1273198;
base stations of a narrower spectral capacity and base stations of Sweden: EP1273198; Taiwan: I224934; Ukraine: 71670
a wider spectral capacity. A method is provided for a wireless
telecommunications infrastructure to facilitate a remote station
hand-off from a set of narrowband compliant base stations to at
least one wideband compliant base station while a remote station
is in the coverage area of both types of base stations.
Additionally, the invention herein provides remote station
apparatus, base station apparatus, and base station controller
apparatus for performing the handoff methodology of the
present invention.

6535739 METHOD OF HANDOFF The present invention is directed to a digital wireless SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 8 Spec: TS 25.331; United States: 6535739; United States: 6853843; United States: 7151933; United States: 7373149; China P.R.:
WITHIN A telecommunications system that includes a plurality of base ZL01810838.5; China P.R.: ZL200810086604.7; Australia: 2001253238; Belgium: EP1273198; Brazil: PI0109873-0;
TELECOMMUNICATIONS station of differing spectral capabilities, and a plurality of remote Brazil: BR1220140269048; Canada: 2405494; Finland: EP1273198; France: EP1273198; Germany: EP1273198; Great
SYSTEM CONTAINING stations capable of transmitting data to and receiving Britain: EP1273198; Hong Kong: HK1055198; India: 205917; Indonesia: ID0016047; Ireland: EP1273198; Israel:
DIGITAL BASE STATIONS transmissions from the plurality of base stations. The invention 152118; Israel: 194037; Italy: EP1273198; Japan: 4795608; Mexico: 226419; Netherlands: EP1273198; Norway:
WITH DIFFERENT SPECTRAL herein provides a method for remote station hand-off between 328642; Republic of Korea: 10-0799080; Russian Federation: 2267864; Singapore: 92347; Spain: EP1273198;
CAPABILTIES base stations of a narrower spectral capacity and base stations of Sweden: EP1273198; Taiwan: I224934; Ukraine: 71670
a wider spectral capacity. A method is provided for a wireless
telecommunications infrastructure to facilitate a remote station
hand-off from a set of narrowband compliant base stations to at
least one wideband compliant base station while a remote station
is in the coverage area of both types of base stations.
Additionally, the invention herein provides remote station
apparatus, base station apparatus, and base station controller
apparatus for performing the handoff methodology of the
present invention.

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ZL200810086604.7 Handoff method for digital The present invention is directed to a digital wireless SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 8 Spec: TS 25.331; United States: 6535739; United States: 6853843; United States: 7151933; United States: 7373149; China P.R.:
base stations with different telecommunications system that includes a plurality of base ZL01810838.5; China P.R.: ZL200810086604.7; Australia: 2001253238; Belgium: EP1273198; Brazil: PI0109873-0;
spectral capabilities station of differing spectral capabilities, and a plurality of remote Brazil: BR1220140269048; Canada: 2405494; Finland: EP1273198; France: EP1273198; Germany: EP1273198; Great
stations capable of transmitting data to and receiving Britain: EP1273198; Hong Kong: HK1055198; India: 205917; Indonesia: ID0016047; Ireland: EP1273198; Israel:
transmissions from the plurality of base stations. The invention 152118; Israel: 194037; Italy: EP1273198; Japan: 4795608; Mexico: 226419; Netherlands: EP1273198; Norway:
herein provides a method for remote station hand-off between 328642; Republic of Korea: 10-0799080; Russian Federation: 2267864; Singapore: 92347; Spain: EP1273198;
base stations of a narrower spectral capacity and base stations of Sweden: EP1273198; Taiwan: I224934; Ukraine: 71670
a wider spectral capacity. A method is provided for a wireless
telecommunications infrastructure to facilitate a remote station
hand-off from a set of narrowband compliant base stations to at
least one wideband compliant base station while a remote station
is in the coverage area of both types of base stations.
Additionally, the invention herein provides remote station
apparatus, base station apparatus, and base station controller
apparatus for performing the handoff methodology of the
present invention.

ZL01810838.5 Handoff method for digital The present invention is directed to a digital wireless SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 8 Spec: TS 25.331; United States: 6535739; United States: 6853843; United States: 7151933; United States: 7373149; China P.R.:
base stations with different telecommunications system that includes a plurality of base ZL01810838.5; China P.R.: ZL200810086604.7; Australia: 2001253238; Belgium: EP1273198; Brazil: PI0109873-0;
spectral capabilities station of differing spectral capabilities, and a plurality of remote Brazil: BR1220140269048; Canada: 2405494; Finland: EP1273198; France: EP1273198; Germany: EP1273198; Great
stations capable of transmitting data to and receiving Britain: EP1273198; Hong Kong: HK1055198; India: 205917; Indonesia: ID0016047; Ireland: EP1273198; Israel:
transmissions from the plurality of base stations. The invention 152118; Israel: 194037; Italy: EP1273198; Japan: 4795608; Mexico: 226419; Netherlands: EP1273198; Norway:
herein provides a method for remote station hand-off between 328642; Republic of Korea: 10-0799080; Russian Federation: 2267864; Singapore: 92347; Spain: EP1273198;
base stations of a narrower spectral capacity and base stations of Sweden: EP1273198; Taiwan: I224934; Ukraine: 71670
a wider spectral capacity. A method is provided for a wireless
telecommunications infrastructure to facilitate a remote station
hand-off from a set of narrowband compliant base stations to at
least one wideband compliant base station while a remote station
is in the coverage area of both types of base stations.
Additionally, the invention herein provides remote station
apparatus, base station apparatus, and base station controller
apparatus for performing the handoff methodology of the
present invention.

6246673 Method and system for A method and system that enables faster acquisition of the SDO: ETSI Project: TD-SCDMA Spec: TS 25.331; United States: 6246673
handoff between an forward link signal of a target base station in a mixed network of
asynchronous CDMA base synchronous and asynchronous base stations is disclosed. The
station and a synchronous serving base station transmits in a neighbor list an estimated
CDMA base station timing error 417 between the serving base station and a target
base station. By utilizing the timing information, a mobile station
estimates the relative time offset 408 between forward link
signals received from the serving base station and signals
received from the target base station. Timing information
acquired during handoff enables accurate updating of the
estimated timing error 417 subsequently transmitted in the
neighbor lists by the base stations.

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7613978 Method and an apparatus A method and an apparatus for quick retransmission of signals in SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 6694469; United States: 7127654; United States: 7613978; China P.R.: ZL01809657.3; Brazil:
for a quick retransmission of a communication system are disclosed. A transmitting terminal, SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; PI0110002-5; Canada: 2406216; European Patent Convention: EP2066061; European Patent Convention:
signals in a communication e.g., a base station, transmits signals in a form of packets to a SDO: ETSI Project: TD-SCDMA Spec: TS 25.221; EP2312786; European Patent Convention: EP2854321; France: EP1273123; Germany: EP1273123; Great Britain:
system receiving terminal, e.g., a subscriber station. The receiving SDO: ETSI Project: TD-SCDMA Spec: TS 25.321; EP1273123; Hong Kong: HK1055039; India: 208621; Italy: EP1273123; Japan: 5583639; Japan: 2012-080582; Japan:
terminal determines if the packet was intended for the receiving SDO: ETSI Project: TD-SCDMA Spec: TS 25.322; 2014-033458; Japan: 2014-222901; Mexico: 234667; Mexico: 254435; Republic of Korea: 10-0762768; Russian
terminal, and if so, the receiving terminal demodulates the SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 6 Spec: TS 25.211; Federation: 2295833; Russian Federation: 2462824; Spain: EP1273123; Taiwan: I507434
packet. The receiving terminal then computes a quality metric of SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 6 Spec: TS 25.321;
the packet, and compares the computed quality metric with a SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 6 Spec: TS 25.322;
quality metric contained in the packet. If the quality metrics SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: ;
match, the packet is declared correctly received, and is forwarded SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Spec: ;
for further processing. If the quality metrics fail to match, the
receiving terminal sends a request for retransmission of the
packet. The transmitting terminal determines which packet
needs to be retransmitted based on the request for
retransmission. The transmitting terminal then schedules the
packet for retransmission.

7127654 Method and an apparatus A method and an apparatus for quick retransmission of signals in SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 6694469; United States: 7127654; United States: 7613978; China P.R.: ZL01809657.3; Brazil:
for a quick retransmission of a communication system are disclosed. A transmitting terminal, SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; PI0110002-5; Canada: 2406216; European Patent Convention: EP2066061; European Patent Convention:
signals in a communication e.g., a base station, transmits signals in a form of packets to a SDO: ETSI Project: TD-SCDMA Spec: TS 25.221; EP2312786; European Patent Convention: EP2854321; France: EP1273123; Germany: EP1273123; Great Britain:
system receiving terminal, e.g., a subscriber station. The receiving SDO: ETSI Project: TD-SCDMA Spec: TS 25.321; EP1273123; Hong Kong: HK1055039; India: 208621; Italy: EP1273123; Japan: 5583639; Japan: 2012-080582; Japan:
terminal determines if the packet was intended for the receiving SDO: ETSI Project: TD-SCDMA Spec: TS 25.322; 2014-033458; Japan: 2014-222901; Mexico: 234667; Mexico: 254435; Republic of Korea: 10-0762768; Russian
terminal, and if so, the receiving terminal demodulates the SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 6 Spec: TS 25.211; Federation: 2295833; Russian Federation: 2462824; Spain: EP1273123; Taiwan: I507434
packet. The receiving terminal then computes a quality metric of SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 6 Spec: TS 25.321;
the packet, and compares the computed quality metric with a SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 6 Spec: TS 25.322;
quality metric contained in the packet. If the quality metrics SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: ;
match, the packet is declared correctly received, and is forwarded SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Spec: ;
for further processing. If the quality metrics fail to match, the
receiving terminal sends a request for retransmission of the
packet. The transmitting terminal determines which packet
needs to be retransmitted based on the request for
retransmission. The transmitting terminal then schedules the
packet for retransmission.

6694469 METHOD AND AN A method and an apparatus for quick retransmission of signals in SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 6694469; United States: 7127654; United States: 7613978; China P.R.: ZL01809657.3; Brazil:
APPARATUS FOR A QUICK a communication system are disclosed. A transmitting terminal, SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; PI0110002-5; Canada: 2406216; European Patent Convention: EP2066061; European Patent Convention:
RETRANMISSION OF e.g., a base station, transmits signals in a form of packets to a SDO: ETSI Project: TD-SCDMA Spec: TS 25.221; EP2312786; European Patent Convention: EP2854321; France: EP1273123; Germany: EP1273123; Great Britain:
SIGNALS IN A receiving terminal, e.g., a subscriber station. The receiving SDO: ETSI Project: TD-SCDMA Spec: TS 25.321; EP1273123; Hong Kong: HK1055039; India: 208621; Italy: EP1273123; Japan: 5583639; Japan: 2012-080582; Japan:
COMMUNICATION SYSTEM terminal determines if the packet was intended for the receiving SDO: ETSI Project: TD-SCDMA Spec: TS 25.322; 2014-033458; Japan: 2014-222901; Mexico: 234667; Mexico: 254435; Republic of Korea: 10-0762768; Russian
terminal, and if so, the receiving terminal demodulates the SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 6 Spec: TS 25.211; Federation: 2295833; Russian Federation: 2462824; Spain: EP1273123; Taiwan: I507434
packet. The receiving terminal then computes a quality metric of SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 6 Spec: TS 25.321;
the packet, and compares the computed quality metric with a SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 6 Spec: TS 25.322;
quality metric contained in the packet. If the quality metrics SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: ;
match, the packet is declared correctly received, and is forwarded SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Spec: ;
for further processing. If the quality metrics fail to match, the
receiving terminal sends a request for retransmission of the
packet. The transmitting terminal determines which packet
needs to be retransmitted based on the request for
retransmission. The transmitting terminal then schedules the
packet for retransmission.

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ZL01809657.3 An apparatus for A method and an apparatus for quick retransmission of signals in SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 6694469; United States: 7127654; United States: 7613978; China P.R.: ZL01809657.3; Brazil:
retransmission of signals in a a communication system are disclosed. A transmitting terminal, SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; PI0110002-5; Canada: 2406216; European Patent Convention: EP2066061; European Patent Convention:
communication system e.g., a base station, transmits signals in a form of packets to a SDO: ETSI Project: TD-SCDMA Spec: TS 25.221; EP2312786; European Patent Convention: EP2854321; France: EP1273123; Germany: EP1273123; Great Britain:
receiving terminal, e.g., a subscriber station. The receiving SDO: ETSI Project: TD-SCDMA Spec: TS 25.321; EP1273123; Hong Kong: HK1055039; India: 208621; Italy: EP1273123; Japan: 5583639; Japan: 2012-080582; Japan:
terminal determines if the packet was intended for the receiving SDO: ETSI Project: TD-SCDMA Spec: TS 25.322; 2014-033458; Japan: 2014-222901; Mexico: 234667; Mexico: 254435; Republic of Korea: 10-0762768; Russian
terminal, and if so, the receiving terminal demodulates the SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 6 Spec: TS 25.211; Federation: 2295833; Russian Federation: 2462824; Spain: EP1273123; Taiwan: I507434
packet. The receiving terminal then computes a quality metric of SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 6 Spec: TS 25.321;
the packet, and compares the computed quality metric with a SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 6 Spec: TS 25.322;
quality metric contained in the packet. If the quality metrics SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: ;
match, the packet is declared correctly received, and is forwarded SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Spec: ;
for further processing. If the quality metrics fail to match, the
receiving terminal sends a request for retransmission of the
packet. The transmitting terminal determines which packet
needs to be retransmitted based on the request for
retransmission. The transmitting terminal then schedules the
packet for retransmission.

7088701 METHOD AND APPARATUS In a high data rate communication system, a method and SDO: ETSI Project: TD-SCDMA Spec: TS 25.221; United States: 7088701; China P.R.: ZL01810928.4; Brazil: PI0110003-3; European Patent Convention: EP1873952;
FOR ADAPTIVE apparatus for improved throughput while transmitting data SDO: ETSI Project: TD-SCDMA Spec: TS 25.321; Finland: EP1273121; France: EP1273121; Germany: EP1273121; Great Britain: EP1273121; Hong Kong: HK1057952;
TRANSMISSION CONTROL IN packets within multiple time slots. In order to avoid unnecessary SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 5 Spec: TS 25.214; Italy: EP1273121; Japan: 5073908; Japan: 5607089; Netherlands: EP1273121; Republic of Korea: 10-0825239;
A HIGH DATA RATE retransmissions of a packet, a subscriber station sends a Stop- Republic of Korea: 10-0866815; Spain: EP1273121; Sweden: EP1273121; Taiwan: I511349
COMMUNICATION SYSTEM Repeat signal to a base station, causing the base station to cease
further transmissions of the packet. In order to enable successful
decoding of a packet, a subscriber station sends a Continue-
Repeat signal to a base station, causing the base station to send
retransmissions of the packet during time slots beyond a
predetermined default number of time slots

ZL01810928.4 METHOD AND APPARATUS In a high data rate communication system, a method and SDO: ETSI Project: TD-SCDMA Spec: TS 25.221; United States: 7088701; China P.R.: ZL01810928.4; Brazil: PI0110003-3; European Patent Convention: EP1873952;
FOR ADAPTIVE apparatus for improved throughput while transmitting data SDO: ETSI Project: TD-SCDMA Spec: TS 25.321; Finland: EP1273121; France: EP1273121; Germany: EP1273121; Great Britain: EP1273121; Hong Kong: HK1057952;
TRANSMISSION CONTROL IN packets within multiple time slots. In order to avoid unnecessary SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 5 Spec: TS 25.214; Italy: EP1273121; Japan: 5073908; Japan: 5607089; Netherlands: EP1273121; Republic of Korea: 10-0825239;
A HIGH DATA RATE retransmissions of a packet, a subscriber station sends a Stop- Republic of Korea: 10-0866815; Spain: EP1273121; Sweden: EP1273121; Taiwan: I511349
COMMUNICATION SYSTEM Repeat signal to a base station, causing the base station to cease
further transmissions of the packet. In order to enable successful
decoding of a packet, a subscriber station sends a Continue-
Repeat signal to a base station, causing the base station to send
retransmissions of the packet during time slots beyond a
predetermined default number of time slots

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8498308 Method and apparatus for In a high data rate communication system capable of variable SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 7245594; United States: 8498308; China P.R.: ZL01812060.1; China P.R.: ZL200610144585.X;
fast closed-loop rate rate transmission, an open loop rate control can be adjusted with SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; Australia: 2001263081; Austria: EP1770924; Austria: EP2249521; Austria: EP2256997; Austria: EP2256998;
adaptation in a high rate a closed loop rate control to maximize throughput. An access SDO: ETSI Project: TD-SCDMA Spec: TS 25.224; Belgium: EP1287649; Belgium: EP1755293; Belgium: EP1770924; Belgium: EP2249521; Belgium: EP2256997;
packet data transmission point generates interleaved multi-slot packets that allow an SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 5 Spec: TS 25.214; Belgium: EP2256998; Brazil: PI0110730-5; Brazil: PI0117252-2; Canada: 2408619; Denmark: EP1770924; Denmark:
access terminal to transmit indicator messages to the access SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: ; EP2249521; Denmark: EP2256997; Denmark: EP2256998; European Patent Convention: EP2106077; Finland:
point in accordance with recently received data carried within SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Spec: ; EP1287649; Finland: EP1755293; Finland: EP1770924; Finland: EP2249521; Finland: EP2256997; Finland:
slots of the multi-slot packets. EP2256998; France: EP1287649; France: EP1755293; France: EP1770924; France: EP2249521; France: EP2256997;
France: EP2256998; Germany: EP1287649; Germany: EP1755293; Germany: EP1770924; Germany: EP2249521;
Germany: EP2256997; Germany: EP2256998; Great Britain: EP1287649; Great Britain: EP1755293; Great Britain:
EP1770924; Great Britain: EP2249521; Great Britain: EP2256997; Great Britain: EP2256998; Greece: EP1770924;
Greece: EP2249521; Greece: EP2256997; Greece: EP2256998; Hong Kong: HK1150407; Hong Kong: HK1151401;
Hong Kong: HK1135255; Hong Kong: HK1151647; Hong Kong: HK1076951; Hong Kong: HK1105724; Hong Kong:
HK1104400; India: 212226; India: 244168; Indonesia: IDP0028103; Indonesia: 050.4352A; Ireland: EP1287649;
Ireland: EP1755293; Ireland: EP1770924; Ireland: EP2249521; Ireland: EP2256997; Ireland: EP2256998; Israel:
152712; Israel: 180344; Israel: 205411; Italy: EP1287649; Italy: EP1755293; Italy: EP1770924; Italy: EP2249521;
Italy: EP2256997; Italy: EP2256998; Japan: 4689931; Japan: 4814053; Japan: 4778106; Mexico: 229497;
Netherlands: EP1287649; Netherlands: EP1755293; Netherlands: EP1770924; Netherlands: EP2249521;
Netherlands: EP2256997; Netherlands: EP2256998; Norway: 327847; Norway: 20070269; Portugal: EP1770924;
Portugal: EP2249521; Portugal: EP2256997; Portugal: EP2256998; Republic of Korea: 10-0861279; Republic of
Korea: 10-0925126; Russian Federation: 2275748; Singapore: 92966; Spain: EP1287649; Spain: EP1755293; Spain:
EP1770924; Spain: EP2249521; Spain: EP2256997; Spain: EP2256998; Sweden: EP1287649; Sweden: EP1755293;
Sweden: EP1770924; Sweden: EP2249521; Sweden: EP2256997; Sweden: EP2256998; Switzerland: EP1770924;
Switzerland: EP2249521; Switzerland: EP2256997; Switzerland: EP2256998; Taiwan: I232660; Ukraine: 79923;
Ukraine: 91684

7245594 Method and apparatus for In a high data rate communication system capable of variable SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 7245594; United States: 8498308; China P.R.: ZL01812060.1; China P.R.: ZL200610144585.X;
fast closed-loop rate rate transmission, an open loop rate control can be adjusted with SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; Australia: 2001263081; Austria: EP1770924; Austria: EP2249521; Austria: EP2256997; Austria: EP2256998;
adaptation in a high rate a closed loop rate control to maximize throughput. An access SDO: ETSI Project: TD-SCDMA Spec: TS 25.224; Belgium: EP1287649; Belgium: EP1755293; Belgium: EP1770924; Belgium: EP2249521; Belgium: EP2256997;
packet data transmission point generates interleaved multi-slot packets that allow an SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 5 Spec: TS 25.214; Belgium: EP2256998; Brazil: PI0110730-5; Brazil: PI0117252-2; Canada: 2408619; Denmark: EP1770924; Denmark:
access terminal to transmit indicator messages to the access SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: ; EP2249521; Denmark: EP2256997; Denmark: EP2256998; European Patent Convention: EP2106077; Finland:
point in accordance with recently received data carried within SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Spec: ; EP1287649; Finland: EP1755293; Finland: EP1770924; Finland: EP2249521; Finland: EP2256997; Finland:
slots of the multi-slot packets. EP2256998; France: EP1287649; France: EP1755293; France: EP1770924; France: EP2249521; France: EP2256997;
France: EP2256998; Germany: EP1287649; Germany: EP1755293; Germany: EP1770924; Germany: EP2249521;
Germany: EP2256997; Germany: EP2256998; Great Britain: EP1287649; Great Britain: EP1755293; Great Britain:
EP1770924; Great Britain: EP2249521; Great Britain: EP2256997; Great Britain: EP2256998; Greece: EP1770924;
Greece: EP2249521; Greece: EP2256997; Greece: EP2256998; Hong Kong: HK1150407; Hong Kong: HK1151401;
Hong Kong: HK1135255; Hong Kong: HK1151647; Hong Kong: HK1076951; Hong Kong: HK1105724; Hong Kong:
HK1104400; India: 212226; India: 244168; Indonesia: IDP0028103; Indonesia: 050.4352A; Ireland: EP1287649;
Ireland: EP1755293; Ireland: EP1770924; Ireland: EP2249521; Ireland: EP2256997; Ireland: EP2256998; Israel:
152712; Israel: 180344; Israel: 205411; Italy: EP1287649; Italy: EP1755293; Italy: EP1770924; Italy: EP2249521;
Italy: EP2256997; Italy: EP2256998; Japan: 4689931; Japan: 4814053; Japan: 4778106; Mexico: 229497;
Netherlands: EP1287649; Netherlands: EP1755293; Netherlands: EP1770924; Netherlands: EP2249521;
Netherlands: EP2256997; Netherlands: EP2256998; Norway: 327847; Norway: 20070269; Portugal: EP1770924;
Portugal: EP2249521; Portugal: EP2256997; Portugal: EP2256998; Republic of Korea: 10-0861279; Republic of
Korea: 10-0925126; Russian Federation: 2275748; Singapore: 92966; Spain: EP1287649; Spain: EP1755293; Spain:
EP1770924; Spain: EP2249521; Spain: EP2256997; Spain: EP2256998; Sweden: EP1287649; Sweden: EP1755293;
Sweden: EP1770924; Sweden: EP2249521; Sweden: EP2256997; Sweden: EP2256998; Switzerland: EP1770924;
Switzerland: EP2249521; Switzerland: EP2256997; Switzerland: EP2256998; Taiwan: I232660; Ukraine: 79923;
Ukraine: 91684

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ZL200610144585.X Method and apparatus for In a high data rate communication system capable of variable SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 7245594; United States: 8498308; China P.R.: ZL01812060.1; China P.R.: ZL200610144585.X;
fast closed-loop rate rate transmission, an open loop rate control can be adjusted with SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; Australia: 2001263081; Austria: EP1770924; Austria: EP2249521; Austria: EP2256997; Austria: EP2256998;
adaptation in a high rate a closed loop rate control to maximize throughput. An access SDO: ETSI Project: TD-SCDMA Spec: TS 25.224; Belgium: EP1287649; Belgium: EP1755293; Belgium: EP1770924; Belgium: EP2249521; Belgium: EP2256997;
packet data transmission point generates interleaved multi-slot packets that allow an SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 5 Spec: TS 25.214; Belgium: EP2256998; Brazil: PI0110730-5; Brazil: PI0117252-2; Canada: 2408619; Denmark: EP1770924; Denmark:
access terminal to transmit indicator messages to the access SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: ; EP2249521; Denmark: EP2256997; Denmark: EP2256998; European Patent Convention: EP2106077; Finland:
point in accordance with recently received data carried within SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Spec: ; EP1287649; Finland: EP1755293; Finland: EP1770924; Finland: EP2249521; Finland: EP2256997; Finland:
slots of the multi-slot packets. EP2256998; France: EP1287649; France: EP1755293; France: EP1770924; France: EP2249521; France: EP2256997;
France: EP2256998; Germany: EP1287649; Germany: EP1755293; Germany: EP1770924; Germany: EP2249521;
Germany: EP2256997; Germany: EP2256998; Great Britain: EP1287649; Great Britain: EP1755293; Great Britain:
EP1770924; Great Britain: EP2249521; Great Britain: EP2256997; Great Britain: EP2256998; Greece: EP1770924;
Greece: EP2249521; Greece: EP2256997; Greece: EP2256998; Hong Kong: HK1150407; Hong Kong: HK1151401;
Hong Kong: HK1135255; Hong Kong: HK1151647; Hong Kong: HK1076951; Hong Kong: HK1105724; Hong Kong:
HK1104400; India: 212226; India: 244168; Indonesia: IDP0028103; Indonesia: 050.4352A; Ireland: EP1287649;
Ireland: EP1755293; Ireland: EP1770924; Ireland: EP2249521; Ireland: EP2256997; Ireland: EP2256998; Israel:
152712; Israel: 180344; Israel: 205411; Italy: EP1287649; Italy: EP1755293; Italy: EP1770924; Italy: EP2249521;
Italy: EP2256997; Italy: EP2256998; Japan: 4689931; Japan: 4814053; Japan: 4778106; Mexico: 229497;
Netherlands: EP1287649; Netherlands: EP1755293; Netherlands: EP1770924; Netherlands: EP2249521;
Netherlands: EP2256997; Netherlands: EP2256998; Norway: 327847; Norway: 20070269; Portugal: EP1770924;
Portugal: EP2249521; Portugal: EP2256997; Portugal: EP2256998; Republic of Korea: 10-0861279; Republic of
Korea: 10-0925126; Russian Federation: 2275748; Singapore: 92966; Spain: EP1287649; Spain: EP1755293; Spain:
EP1770924; Spain: EP2249521; Spain: EP2256997; Spain: EP2256998; Sweden: EP1287649; Sweden: EP1755293;
Sweden: EP1770924; Sweden: EP2249521; Sweden: EP2256997; Sweden: EP2256998; Switzerland: EP1770924;
Switzerland: EP2249521; Switzerland: EP2256997; Switzerland: EP2256998; Taiwan: I232660; Ukraine: 79923;
Ukraine: 91684

ZL01812060.1 Method and apparatus for In a high data rate communication system capable of variable SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 7245594; United States: 8498308; China P.R.: ZL01812060.1; China P.R.: ZL200610144585.X;
fast closed-loop rate rate transmission, an open loop rate control can be adjusted with SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; Australia: 2001263081; Austria: EP1770924; Austria: EP2249521; Austria: EP2256997; Austria: EP2256998;
adaptation in a high rate a closed loop rate control to maximize throughput. An access SDO: ETSI Project: TD-SCDMA Spec: TS 25.224; Belgium: EP1287649; Belgium: EP1755293; Belgium: EP1770924; Belgium: EP2249521; Belgium: EP2256997;
packet data transmission point generates interleaved multi-slot packets that allow an SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 5 Spec: TS 25.214; Belgium: EP2256998; Brazil: PI0110730-5; Brazil: PI0117252-2; Canada: 2408619; Denmark: EP1770924; Denmark:
access terminal to transmit indicator messages to the access SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: ; EP2249521; Denmark: EP2256997; Denmark: EP2256998; European Patent Convention: EP2106077; Finland:
point in accordance with recently received data carried within SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Spec: ; EP1287649; Finland: EP1755293; Finland: EP1770924; Finland: EP2249521; Finland: EP2256997; Finland:
slots of the multi-slot packets. EP2256998; France: EP1287649; France: EP1755293; France: EP1770924; France: EP2249521; France: EP2256997;
France: EP2256998; Germany: EP1287649; Germany: EP1755293; Germany: EP1770924; Germany: EP2249521;
Germany: EP2256997; Germany: EP2256998; Great Britain: EP1287649; Great Britain: EP1755293; Great Britain:
EP1770924; Great Britain: EP2249521; Great Britain: EP2256997; Great Britain: EP2256998; Greece: EP1770924;
Greece: EP2249521; Greece: EP2256997; Greece: EP2256998; Hong Kong: HK1150407; Hong Kong: HK1151401;
Hong Kong: HK1135255; Hong Kong: HK1151647; Hong Kong: HK1076951; Hong Kong: HK1105724; Hong Kong:
HK1104400; India: 212226; India: 244168; Indonesia: IDP0028103; Indonesia: 050.4352A; Ireland: EP1287649;
Ireland: EP1755293; Ireland: EP1770924; Ireland: EP2249521; Ireland: EP2256997; Ireland: EP2256998; Israel:
152712; Israel: 180344; Israel: 205411; Italy: EP1287649; Italy: EP1755293; Italy: EP1770924; Italy: EP2249521;
Italy: EP2256997; Italy: EP2256998; Japan: 4689931; Japan: 4814053; Japan: 4778106; Mexico: 229497;
Netherlands: EP1287649; Netherlands: EP1755293; Netherlands: EP1770924; Netherlands: EP2249521;
Netherlands: EP2256997; Netherlands: EP2256998; Norway: 327847; Norway: 20070269; Portugal: EP1770924;
Portugal: EP2249521; Portugal: EP2256997; Portugal: EP2256998; Republic of Korea: 10-0861279; Republic of
Korea: 10-0925126; Russian Federation: 2275748; Singapore: 92966; Spain: EP1287649; Spain: EP1755293; Spain:
EP1770924; Spain: EP2249521; Spain: EP2256997; Spain: EP2256998; Sweden: EP1287649; Sweden: EP1755293;
Sweden: EP1770924; Sweden: EP2249521; Sweden: EP2256997; Sweden: EP2256998; Switzerland: EP1770924;
Switzerland: EP2249521; Switzerland: EP2256997; Switzerland: EP2256998; Taiwan: I232660; Ukraine: 79923;
Ukraine: 91684

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7426466 Method and apparatus for A method and apparatus for predictively quantizing voiced SDO: ETSI Project: EVS Codec Release 12 Spec: TS 26.445; United States: 7426466; United States: 8660840; China P.R.: ZL200510052749.1; Brazil: PI0110253-2; Finland:
quantizing pitch, amplitude, speech includes a parameter generator and a quantizer. The EP1279167; Finland: EP1796083; France: EP1279167; France: EP1796083; Germany: EP1279167; Germany:
phase and linear spectrum of parameter generator is configured to extract parameters from EP1796083; Germany: EP2040253; Great Britain: EP1279167; Great Britain: EP1796083; Great Britain: EP2040253;
voiced speech frames of predictive speech such as voiced speech, and to Hong Kong: HK1078979; Italy: EP1279167; Italy: EP1796083; Japan: 5037772; Netherlands: EP1796083; Republic of
transform the extracted information to a frequency-domain Korea: 10-0804461; Spain: EP1279167; Spain: EP1796083; Sweden: EP1279167; Sweden: EP1796083; Taiwan:
representation. The quantizer is configured to subtract a 519616
weighted sum of the parameters for previous frames from the
parameter for the current frame. The quantizer is configured to
quantize the difference value. A prototype extractor may be
added to first extract a pitch period prototype to be processed by
the parameter generator.

8660840 Method and apparatus for A method and apparatus for predictively quantizing voiced SDO: ETSI Project: EVS Codec Release 12 Spec: TS 26.445; United States: 7426466; United States: 8660840; China P.R.: ZL200510052749.1; Brazil: PI0110253-2; Finland:
predictively quantizing speech includes a parameter generator and a quantizer. The EP1279167; Finland: EP1796083; France: EP1279167; France: EP1796083; Germany: EP1279167; Germany:
voiced speech parameter generator is configured to extract parameters from EP1796083; Germany: EP2040253; Great Britain: EP1279167; Great Britain: EP1796083; Great Britain: EP2040253;
frames of predictive speech such as voiced speech, and to Hong Kong: HK1078979; Italy: EP1279167; Italy: EP1796083; Japan: 5037772; Netherlands: EP1796083; Republic of
transform the extracted information to a frequency-domain Korea: 10-0804461; Spain: EP1279167; Spain: EP1796083; Sweden: EP1279167; Sweden: EP1796083; Taiwan:
representation. The quantizer is configured to subtract a 519616
weighted sum of the parameters for previous frames from the
parameter for the current frame. The quantizer is configured to
quantize the difference value. A prototype extractor may be
added to first extract a pitch period prototype to be processed by
the parameter generator.

ZL200510052749.1 Method and apparatus for A method and apparatus for predictively quantizing voiced SDO: ETSI Project: EVS Codec Release 12 Spec: TS 26.445; United States: 7426466; United States: 8660840; China P.R.: ZL200510052749.1; Brazil: PI0110253-2; Finland:
predictively quantizing speech includes a parameter generator and a quantizer. The EP1279167; Finland: EP1796083; France: EP1279167; France: EP1796083; Germany: EP1279167; Germany:
voiced speech parameter generator is configured to extract parameters from EP1796083; Germany: EP2040253; Great Britain: EP1279167; Great Britain: EP1796083; Great Britain: EP2040253;
frames of predictive speech such as voiced speech, and to Hong Kong: HK1078979; Italy: EP1279167; Italy: EP1796083; Japan: 5037772; Netherlands: EP1796083; Republic of
transform the extracted information to a frequency-domain Korea: 10-0804461; Spain: EP1279167; Spain: EP1796083; Sweden: EP1279167; Sweden: EP1796083; Taiwan:
representation. The quantizer is configured to subtract a 519616
weighted sum of the parameters for previous frames from the
parameter for the current frame. The quantizer is configured to
quantize the difference value. A prototype extractor may be
added to first extract a pitch period prototype to be processed by
the parameter generator.

7492754 Method and apparatus in a A novel and improved method and apparatus, in a WCDMA SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 7254118; United States: 7492754; United States: 8244256; United States: 8433340; China P.R.:
CDMA communication communication system, for informing a mobile station of a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; ZL01810008.2; Austria: EP1284057; Belgium: EP1284057; Belgium: EP1739862; Brazil: PI0111011-0; Brazil:
system downlink data frame time offset by determining the downlink SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: ; PI0117251-4; Denmark: EP1284057; Finland: EP1284057; Finland: EP1739862; France: EP1284057; France:
data frame time offset, and transmitting the downlink data frame SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Spec: ; EP1739862; Germany: EP1284057; Germany: EP1739862; Great Britain: EP1284057; Great Britain: EP1739862;
time offset via an Active Set Update message transmitted from a Greece: EP1284057; Hong Kong: HK1056051; Ireland: EP1284057; Ireland: EP1739862; Italy: EP1284057; Italy:
cell to mobile station. Once an Active Set Update message is EP1739862; Japan: 4447816; Japan: 5312850; Japan: 5684317; Netherlands: EP1284057; Netherlands: EP1739862;
received, the data frame time offset information is provided to a Portugal: EP1284057; Republic of Korea: 10-0806459; Republic of Korea: 10-0855774; Republic of Korea: 10-
timing block which may determine data frame boundary of each 0884169; Spain: EP1284057; Spain: EP1739862; Sweden: EP1284057; Sweden: EP1739862; Switzerland:
downlink signal. Timing block may then adjust the PN sequence EP1284057; Taiwan: 515161; Turkey: EP1284057
timing corresponding to the downlink signal associated with the
data frame time offset such that corresponding data symbols in
each data frame are correctly soft combined in a combiner.

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8244256 Method and apparatus in a A novel and improved method and apparatus, in a WCDMA SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 7254118; United States: 7492754; United States: 8244256; United States: 8433340; China P.R.:
CDMA communication communication system, for informing a mobile station of a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; ZL01810008.2; Austria: EP1284057; Belgium: EP1284057; Belgium: EP1739862; Brazil: PI0111011-0; Brazil:
system downlink data frame time offset by determining the downlink SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: ; PI0117251-4; Denmark: EP1284057; Finland: EP1284057; Finland: EP1739862; France: EP1284057; France:
data frame time offset, and transmitting the downlink data frame SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Spec: ; EP1739862; Germany: EP1284057; Germany: EP1739862; Great Britain: EP1284057; Great Britain: EP1739862;
time offset via an Active Set Update message transmitted from a Greece: EP1284057; Hong Kong: HK1056051; Ireland: EP1284057; Ireland: EP1739862; Italy: EP1284057; Italy:
cell to mobile station. Once an Active Set Update message is EP1739862; Japan: 4447816; Japan: 5312850; Japan: 5684317; Netherlands: EP1284057; Netherlands: EP1739862;
received, the data frame time offset information is provided to a Portugal: EP1284057; Republic of Korea: 10-0806459; Republic of Korea: 10-0855774; Republic of Korea: 10-
timing block which may determine data frame boundary of each 0884169; Spain: EP1284057; Spain: EP1739862; Sweden: EP1284057; Sweden: EP1739862; Switzerland:
downlink signal. Timing block may then adjust the PN sequence EP1284057; Taiwan: 515161; Turkey: EP1284057
timing corresponding to the downlink signal associated with the
data frame time offset such that corresponding data symbols in
each data frame are correctly soft combined in a combiner.

7254118 Method and apparatus in a A novel and improved method and apparatus, in a WCDMA SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 7254118; United States: 7492754; United States: 8244256; United States: 8433340; China P.R.:
CDMA communication communication system, for informing a mobile station of a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; ZL01810008.2; Austria: EP1284057; Belgium: EP1284057; Belgium: EP1739862; Brazil: PI0111011-0; Brazil:
system downlink data frame time offset by determining the downlink SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: ; PI0117251-4; Denmark: EP1284057; Finland: EP1284057; Finland: EP1739862; France: EP1284057; France:
data frame time offset, and transmitting the downlink data frame SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Spec: ; EP1739862; Germany: EP1284057; Germany: EP1739862; Great Britain: EP1284057; Great Britain: EP1739862;
time offset via an Active Set Update message transmitted from a Greece: EP1284057; Hong Kong: HK1056051; Ireland: EP1284057; Ireland: EP1739862; Italy: EP1284057; Italy:
cell to mobile station. Once an Active Set Update message is EP1739862; Japan: 4447816; Japan: 5312850; Japan: 5684317; Netherlands: EP1284057; Netherlands: EP1739862;
received, the data frame time offset information is provided to a Portugal: EP1284057; Republic of Korea: 10-0806459; Republic of Korea: 10-0855774; Republic of Korea: 10-
timing block which may determine data frame boundary of each 0884169; Spain: EP1284057; Spain: EP1739862; Sweden: EP1284057; Sweden: EP1739862; Switzerland:
downlink signal. Timing block may then adjust the PN sequence EP1284057; Taiwan: 515161; Turkey: EP1284057
timing corresponding to the downlink signal associated with the
data frame time offset such that corresponding data symbols in
each data frame are correctly soft combined in a combiner.

8433340 Method and apparatus in a A novel and improved method and apparatus, in a WCDMA SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 7254118; United States: 7492754; United States: 8244256; United States: 8433340; China P.R.:
CDMA communication communication system, for informing a mobile station of a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; ZL01810008.2; Austria: EP1284057; Belgium: EP1284057; Belgium: EP1739862; Brazil: PI0111011-0; Brazil:
system downlink data frame time offset by determining the downlink SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: ; PI0117251-4; Denmark: EP1284057; Finland: EP1284057; Finland: EP1739862; France: EP1284057; France:
data frame time offset, and transmitting the downlink data frame SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Spec: ; EP1739862; Germany: EP1284057; Germany: EP1739862; Great Britain: EP1284057; Great Britain: EP1739862;
time offset via an Active Set Update message transmitted from a Greece: EP1284057; Hong Kong: HK1056051; Ireland: EP1284057; Ireland: EP1739862; Italy: EP1284057; Italy:
cell to mobile station. Once an Active Set Update message is EP1739862; Japan: 4447816; Japan: 5312850; Japan: 5684317; Netherlands: EP1284057; Netherlands: EP1739862;
received, the data frame time offset information is provided to a Portugal: EP1284057; Republic of Korea: 10-0806459; Republic of Korea: 10-0855774; Republic of Korea: 10-
timing block which may determine data frame boundary of each 0884169; Spain: EP1284057; Spain: EP1739862; Sweden: EP1284057; Sweden: EP1739862; Switzerland:
downlink signal. Timing block may then adjust the PN sequence EP1284057; Taiwan: 515161; Turkey: EP1284057
timing corresponding to the downlink signal associated with the
data frame time offset such that corresponding data symbols in
each data frame are correctly soft combined in a combiner.

ZL01810008.2 Method and Apparatus for A novel and improved method and apparatus, in a WCDMA SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 7254118; United States: 7492754; United States: 8244256; United States: 8433340; China P.R.:
Soft Handoff in a CDMA communication system, for informing a mobile station of a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; ZL01810008.2; Austria: EP1284057; Belgium: EP1284057; Belgium: EP1739862; Brazil: PI0111011-0; Brazil:
Communication System downlink data frame time offset by determining the downlink SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: ; PI0117251-4; Denmark: EP1284057; Finland: EP1284057; Finland: EP1739862; France: EP1284057; France:
data frame time offset, and transmitting the downlink data frame SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Spec: ; EP1739862; Germany: EP1284057; Germany: EP1739862; Great Britain: EP1284057; Great Britain: EP1739862;
time offset via an Active Set Update message transmitted from a Greece: EP1284057; Hong Kong: HK1056051; Ireland: EP1284057; Ireland: EP1739862; Italy: EP1284057; Italy:
cell to mobile station. Once an Active Set Update message is EP1739862; Japan: 4447816; Japan: 5312850; Japan: 5684317; Netherlands: EP1284057; Netherlands: EP1739862;
received, the data frame time offset information is provided to a Portugal: EP1284057; Republic of Korea: 10-0806459; Republic of Korea: 10-0855774; Republic of Korea: 10-
timing block which may determine data frame boundary of each 0884169; Spain: EP1284057; Spain: EP1739862; Sweden: EP1284057; Sweden: EP1739862; Switzerland:
downlink signal. Timing block may then adjust the PN sequence EP1284057; Taiwan: 515161; Turkey: EP1284057
timing corresponding to the downlink signal associated with the
data frame time offset such that corresponding data symbols in
each data frame are correctly soft combined in a combiner.

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RE42,543 GPS SATELLITE SIGNAL A system and method for assisting an integrated GPS/wireless SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: RE42,543; China P.R.: ZL01819146.0; Australia: 2002215342; Canada: 2425547; Germany:
ACQUISTION ASSISTANCE terminal unit in acquiring one or more GPS satellite signals from SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; EP1330662; Great Britain: EP1330662; Hong Kong: HK1074671; India: 224323; Indonesia: ID0021793; Israel:
SYSTEM AND METHOD IN A the GPS satellite constellation. The invention includes a method SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; 155206; Japan: 4018535; Mexico: 250944; Republic of Korea: 10-0865052; Singapore: 96042; Vietnam: 6614
WIRELESS for narrowing the PN-code phase search. That is, by accounting SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008;
COMMUNICATIONS for the variables in geographic location and time delay relative to SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
NETWORK GPS time, the systems and methods of the present invention SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
generate a narrow code-phase search range that enables the SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
terminal unit to more quickly acquire and track the necessary GPS SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
satellites, and thereby more quickly provide accurate position SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
information to a requesting entity. SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 99 Spec: TS 25 321
ZL01819146.0 GPS Satellite Signal A system and method for assisting an integrated GPS/wireless SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: RE42,543; China P.R.: ZL01819146.0; Australia: 2002215342; Canada: 2425547; Germany:
Acquisition Assistance terminal unit in acquiring one or more GPS satellite signals from SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; EP1330662; Great Britain: EP1330662; Hong Kong: HK1074671; India: 224323; Indonesia: ID0021793; Israel:
System and Method in a the GPS satellite constellation. The invention includes a method SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; 155206; Japan: 4018535; Mexico: 250944; Republic of Korea: 10-0865052; Singapore: 96042; Vietnam: 6614
Wireless Communications for narrowing the PN-code phase search. That is, by accounting SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008;
Network for the variables in geographic location and time delay relative to SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
GPS time, the systems and methods of the present invention SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
generate a narrow code-phase search range that enables the SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
terminal unit to more quickly acquire and track the necessary GPS SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
satellites, and thereby more quickly provide accurate position SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
information to a requesting entity. SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 99 Spec: TS 25.321

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8139545 Method and apparatus for Techniques to forward unsolicited messages from an (IS-2000) SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 6961329; United States: 8139545; China P.R.: ZL01811041.X; Brazil: PI0111619-3; France:
forwarding messages among CDMA radio network via an HDR radio network to an access EP1290904; Germany: EP1290904; Great Britain: EP1290904; Japan: 4837875; Japan: 5044033; Republic of Korea:
multiple radio networks terminal. A session is first established between the access 10-0804428; Republic of Korea: 10-0797553; Taiwan: 530502
terminal and the HDR radio network. During session
establishment or thereafter, the access terminal indicates to the
HDR radio network an interest in receiving unsolicited messages
from the CDMA radio network. The access terminal typically also
registers with the CDMA radio network. Thereafter, unsolicited
messages can be sent from a mobile station controller (MSC) to
the HDR and CDMA radio networks, or sent from the MSC to the
CDMA radio network, which then forwards the messages to the
HDR radio network. The HDR radio network encapsulates the
unsolicited messages and sends the encapsulated messages to
the access terminal. The forwarding of unsolicited messages
allows the CDMA radio network to communicate with an access
terminal.

6961329 Method and apparatus for Techniques to forward unsolicited messages from an (IS-2000) SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 6961329; United States: 8139545; China P.R.: ZL01811041.X; Brazil: PI0111619-3; France:
forwarding messages among CDMA radio network via an HDR radio network to an access EP1290904; Germany: EP1290904; Great Britain: EP1290904; Japan: 4837875; Japan: 5044033; Republic of Korea:
multiple radio networks terminal. A session is first established between the access 10-0804428; Republic of Korea: 10-0797553; Taiwan: 530502
terminal and the HDR radio network. During session
establishment or thereafter, the access terminal indicates to the
HDR radio network an interest in receiving unsolicited messages
from the CDMA radio network. The access terminal typically also
registers with the CDMA radio network. Thereafter, unsolicited
messages can be sent from a mobile station controller (MSC) to
the HDR and CDMA radio networks, or sent from the MSC to the
CDMA radio network, which then forwards the messages to the
HDR radio network. The HDR radio network encapsulates the
unsolicited messages and sends the encapsulated messages to
the access terminal. The forwarding of unsolicited messages
allows the CDMA radio network to communicate with an access
terminal.

ZL01811041.X Method and apparatus for Techniques to forward unsolicited messages from an (IS-2000) SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 6961329; United States: 8139545; China P.R.: ZL01811041.X; Brazil: PI0111619-3; France:
forwarding messages among CDMA radio network via an HDR radio network to an access EP1290904; Germany: EP1290904; Great Britain: EP1290904; Japan: 4837875; Japan: 5044033; Republic of Korea:
multiple radio networks terminal. A session is first established between the access 10-0804428; Republic of Korea: 10-0797553; Taiwan: 530502
terminal and the HDR radio network. During session
establishment or thereafter, the access terminal indicates to the
HDR radio network an interest in receiving unsolicited messages
from the CDMA radio network. The access terminal typically also
registers with the CDMA radio network. Thereafter, unsolicited
messages can be sent from a mobile station controller (MSC) to
the HDR and CDMA radio networks, or sent from the MSC to the
CDMA radio network, which then forwards the messages to the
HDR radio network. The HDR radio network encapsulates the
unsolicited messages and sends the encapsulated messages to
the access terminal. The forwarding of unsolicited messages
allows the CDMA radio network to communicate with an access
terminal.

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7042869 Method and Apparatus for A method and apparatus are disclosed for transmitting ACK/NAK SDO: ETSI Project: TD-SCDMA Spec: TS 25.221; United States: 7042869; China P.R.: ZL01814834.4; Brazil: PI0113647-0; Canada: 2417241; France: EP1314276;
Gated ACK/NAK Channel in a information in a communication system including a transmitter SDO: ETSI Project: TD-SCDMA Spec: TS 25.222; Germany: EP1314276; Great Britain: EP1314276; Hong Kong: HK1061322; India: 208642; Italy: EP1314276; Japan:
Communication System (74) for transmitting ACK/NAK information on an ACK/NAK SDO: ETSI Project: TD-SCDMA Spec: TS 25.321; 4933019; Mexico: 241291; Republic of Korea: 10-0812434; Russian Federation: 2282942; Spain: EP1314276;
channel, and a channel gate (699) for gating the ACK/NAK channel SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 5 Spec: TS 25.211; Taiwan: 560136
based on whether a matching preamble is detected in a received SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 5 Spec: TS 25.212;
data unit by receiver (106). The data unit is a first data unit in a SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 5 Spec: TS 25.213;
series of data units comprising a data packet. The channel gate
(699) prevents transmission of the ACK/NAK channel when
receiver (106) has failed to receive the matching preamble in the
data unit.

ZL01814834.4 Method and Apparatus for A method and apparatus are disclosed for transmitting ACK/NAK SDO: ETSI Project: TD-SCDMA Spec: TS 25.221; United States: 7042869; China P.R.: ZL01814834.4; Brazil: PI0113647-0; Canada: 2417241; France: EP1314276;
Gated ACK/NAK Channel in a information in a communication system including a transmitter SDO: ETSI Project: TD-SCDMA Spec: TS 25.222; Germany: EP1314276; Great Britain: EP1314276; Hong Kong: HK1061322; India: 208642; Italy: EP1314276; Japan:
Communication System (74) for transmitting ACK/NAK information on an ACK/NAK SDO: ETSI Project: TD-SCDMA Spec: TS 25.321; 4933019; Mexico: 241291; Republic of Korea: 10-0812434; Russian Federation: 2282942; Spain: EP1314276;
channel, and a channel gate (699) for gating the ACK/NAK channel SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 5 Spec: TS 25.211; Taiwan: 560136
based on whether a matching preamble is detected in a received SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 5 Spec: TS 25.212;
data unit by receiver (106). The data unit is a first data unit in a SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 5 Spec: TS 25.213;
series of data units comprising a data packet. The channel gate
(699) prevents transmission of the ACK/NAK channel when
receiver (106) has failed to receive the matching preamble in the
data unit.

6895249 Method and Apparatus for Techniques to efficiently broadcast position location data (PLD) SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 99 Spec: TS 25.331; United States: 6895249; China P.R.: ZL01802756.3; Australia: 777646; Canada: 2383685; Finland: EP1302081;
Broadcasting Position from a base station to a number of terminals. In one aspect, PLD France: EP1302081; Germany: EP1302081; Great Britain: EP1302081; Hong Kong: HK1050606; India: 212881;
Location Data in a Wireless messages are classified into groups, and each group is broadcast Indonesia: ID0019106; Italy: EP1302081; Japan: 5393937; Japan: 5628262; Mexico: 236122; Netherlands:
Communication System in a different manner. For example, a first group of messages for EP1302081; Republic of Korea: 10-0877251; Spain: EP1302081; Sweden: EP1302081
PLD related to the base station is broadcast in an unscheduled
format, and a second group of messages for PLD related to GPS
satellites is broadcast in a scheduled format. In another aspect, a
schedule for the second group describes the specific PLD
elements selected for broadcast, their broadcast order, and the
specific time intervals of their broadcast. The schedule is valid for
a particular scheduled time interval, and the scheduling table is
broadcast multiple times during the scheduled time interval to
allow the terminals to quickly retrieve the schedule and ascertain
what PLD information is being broadcast and where to look for
specific PLD elements.

ZL01802756.3 Method and Apparatus for Techniques to efficiently broadcast position location data (PLD) SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 99 Spec: TS 25.331; United States: 6895249; China P.R.: ZL01802756.3; Australia: 777646; Canada: 2383685; Finland: EP1302081;
Broadcasting Position from a base station to a number of terminals. In one aspect, PLD France: EP1302081; Germany: EP1302081; Great Britain: EP1302081; Hong Kong: HK1050606; India: 212881;
Location Data in a Wireless messages are classified into groups, and each group is broadcast Indonesia: ID0019106; Italy: EP1302081; Japan: 5393937; Japan: 5628262; Mexico: 236122; Netherlands:
Communication System in a different manner. For example, a first group of messages for EP1302081; Republic of Korea: 10-0877251; Spain: EP1302081; Sweden: EP1302081
PLD related to the base station is broadcast in an unscheduled
format, and a second group of messages for PLD related to GPS
satellites is broadcast in a scheduled format. In another aspect, a
schedule for the second group describes the specific PLD
elements selected for broadcast, their broadcast order, and the
specific time intervals of their broadcast. The schedule is valid for
a particular scheduled time interval, and the scheduling table is
broadcast multiple times during the scheduled time interval to
allow the terminals to quickly retrieve the schedule and ascertain
what PLD information is being broadcast and where to look for
specific PLD elements.

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7953062 Enhanced channel In a transmission scheme wherein multi-slot packet transmissions SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 6987778; United States: 7953062; United States: 8873534; United States: 20140241249
interleaving for optimized to a remote station can be terminated by an acknowledgment SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Spec: ;
data throughput signal from the remote station, code symbols can be efficiently
packed over the multi-slot packet so that the remote station can
easily decode the data payload of the multi-slot packet by
decoding only a portion of the multi-slot packet. Hence, the
remote station can signal for the early termination of the multi-
slot packet transmission, which thereby increases the data
throughput of the system.

6987778 Enhanced channel In a transmission scheme wherein multi-slot packet transmissions SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 6987778; United States: 7953062; United States: 8873534; United States: 20140241249
interleaving for optimized to a remote station can be terminated by an acknowledgment SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Spec: ;
data throughput signal from the remote station, code symbols can be efficiently
packed over the multi-slot packet so that the remote station can
easily decode the data payload of the multi-slot packet by
decoding only a portion of the multi-slot packet. Hence, the
remote station can signal for the early termination of the multi-
slot packet transmission, which thereby increases the data
throughput of the system.

8873534 Enhanced channel In a transmission scheme wherein multi-slot packet transmissions SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 6987778; United States: 7953062; United States: 8873534; United States: 20140241249
interleaving for optimized to a remote station can be terminated by an acknowledgment SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Spec: ;
data throughput signal from the remote station, code symbols can be efficiently
packed over the multi-slot packet so that the remote station can
easily decode the data payload of the multi-slot packet by
decoding only a portion of the multi-slot packet. Hence, the
remote station can signal for the early termination of the multi-
slot packet transmission, which thereby increases the data
throughput of the system.

20140241249 Enhanced channel In a transmission scheme wherein multi-slot packet transmissions SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 6987778; United States: 7953062; United States: 8873534; United States: 20140241249
interleaving for optimized to a remote station can be terminated by an acknowledgment SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Spec: ;
data throughput signal from the remote station, code symbols can be efficiently
packed over the multi-slot packet so that the remote station can
easily decode the data payload of the multi-slot packet by
decoding only a portion of the multi-slot packet. Hence, the
remote station can signal for the early termination of the multi-
slot packet transmission, which thereby increases the data
throughput of the system.

8605686 Method and Apparatus for Method and Apparatus for performing power control on the SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 8605686; United States: 20140064220; China P.R.: ZL02806554.9; China P.R.: ZL200910004752.4;
Power Control in a Wireless power control commands transmitted on a forward link in a SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Spec: ; Belgium: EP1360779; Belgium: EP1971040; Belgium: EP1971041; Brazil: PI0207152-5; Finland: EP1360779; Finland:
Communication System wireless communication system. The power level of the power EP1971040; Finland: EP1971041; France: EP1360779; France: EP1971040; France: EP1971041; Germany:
control bits on the forward link are adjusted in response to power EP1360779; Germany: EP1971040; Germany: EP1971041; Great Britain: EP1360779; Great Britain: EP1971040;
commands received on the reverse link. The mobile station Great Britain: EP1971041; Hong Kong: HK1124184; Hong Kong: HK1124183; Hong Kong: HK1075141; Ireland:
measures the power level of the adjusted power control bits to EP1360779; Ireland: EP1971040; Ireland: EP1971041; Israel: 157317; Israel: 192355; Italy: EP1360779; Italy:
measure the quality of the forward link. EP1971040; Italy: EP1971041; Netherlands: EP1360779; Netherlands: EP1971040; Netherlands: EP1971041;
Republic of Korea: 10-0921891; Republic of Korea: 10-0950416; Spain: EP1360779; Spain: EP1971040; Spain:
EP1971041; Sweden: EP1360779; Sweden: EP1971040; Sweden: EP1971041; Taiwan: 535445

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20140064220 Method and Apparatus for Method and Apparatus for performing power control on the SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 8605686; United States: 20140064220; China P.R.: ZL02806554.9; China P.R.: ZL200910004752.4;
Power Control in a Wireless power control commands transmitted on a forward link in a SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Spec: ; Belgium: EP1360779; Belgium: EP1971040; Belgium: EP1971041; Brazil: PI0207152-5; Finland: EP1360779; Finland:
Communication System wireless communication system. The power level of the power EP1971040; Finland: EP1971041; France: EP1360779; France: EP1971040; France: EP1971041; Germany:
control bits on the forward link are adjusted in response to power EP1360779; Germany: EP1971040; Germany: EP1971041; Great Britain: EP1360779; Great Britain: EP1971040;
commands received on the reverse link. The mobile station Great Britain: EP1971041; Hong Kong: HK1124184; Hong Kong: HK1124183; Hong Kong: HK1075141; Ireland:
measures the power level of the adjusted power control bits to EP1360779; Ireland: EP1971040; Ireland: EP1971041; Israel: 157317; Israel: 192355; Italy: EP1360779; Italy:
measure the quality of the forward link. EP1971040; Italy: EP1971041; Netherlands: EP1360779; Netherlands: EP1971040; Netherlands: EP1971041;
Republic of Korea: 10-0921891; Republic of Korea: 10-0950416; Spain: EP1360779; Spain: EP1971040; Spain:
EP1971041; Sweden: EP1360779; Sweden: EP1971040; Sweden: EP1971041; Taiwan: 535445

ZL02806554.9 Method and Apparatus for Method and Apparatus for performing power control on the SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 8605686; United States: 20140064220; China P.R.: ZL02806554.9; China P.R.: ZL200910004752.4;
Power Control in a Wireless power control commands transmitted on a forward link in a SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Spec: ; Belgium: EP1360779; Belgium: EP1971040; Belgium: EP1971041; Brazil: PI0207152-5; Finland: EP1360779; Finland:
Communication System wireless communication system. The power level of the power EP1971040; Finland: EP1971041; France: EP1360779; France: EP1971040; France: EP1971041; Germany:
control bits on the forward link are adjusted in response to power EP1360779; Germany: EP1971040; Germany: EP1971041; Great Britain: EP1360779; Great Britain: EP1971040;
commands received on the reverse link. The mobile station Great Britain: EP1971041; Hong Kong: HK1124184; Hong Kong: HK1124183; Hong Kong: HK1075141; Ireland:
measures the power level of the adjusted power control bits to EP1360779; Ireland: EP1971040; Ireland: EP1971041; Israel: 157317; Israel: 192355; Italy: EP1360779; Italy:
measure the quality of the forward link. EP1971040; Italy: EP1971041; Netherlands: EP1360779; Netherlands: EP1971040; Netherlands: EP1971041;
Republic of Korea: 10-0921891; Republic of Korea: 10-0950416; Spain: EP1360779; Spain: EP1971040; Spain:
EP1971041; Sweden: EP1360779; Sweden: EP1971040; Sweden: EP1971041; Taiwan: 535445

ZL200910004752.4 Method and Apparatus for Method and Apparatus for performing power control on the SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 8605686; United States: 20140064220; China P.R.: ZL02806554.9; China P.R.: ZL200910004752.4;
Power Control in a Wireless power control commands transmitted on a forward link in a SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Spec: ; Belgium: EP1360779; Belgium: EP1971040; Belgium: EP1971041; Brazil: PI0207152-5; Finland: EP1360779; Finland:
Communication System wireless communication system. The power level of the power EP1971040; Finland: EP1971041; France: EP1360779; France: EP1971040; France: EP1971041; Germany:
control bits on the forward link are adjusted in response to power EP1360779; Germany: EP1971040; Germany: EP1971041; Great Britain: EP1360779; Great Britain: EP1971040;
commands received on the reverse link. The mobile station Great Britain: EP1971041; Hong Kong: HK1124184; Hong Kong: HK1124183; Hong Kong: HK1075141; Ireland:
measures the power level of the adjusted power control bits to EP1360779; Ireland: EP1971040; Ireland: EP1971041; Israel: 157317; Israel: 192355; Italy: EP1360779; Italy:
measure the quality of the forward link. EP1971040; Italy: EP1971041; Netherlands: EP1360779; Netherlands: EP1971040; Netherlands: EP1971041;
Republic of Korea: 10-0921891; Republic of Korea: 10-0950416; Spain: EP1360779; Spain: EP1971040; Spain:
EP1971041; Sweden: EP1360779; Sweden: EP1971040; Sweden: EP1971041; Taiwan: 535445

7493256 Method and Apparatus for [00142] A low-bit-rate coding technique for unvoiced segments of SDO: ETSI Project: EVS Codec Release 12 Spec: TS 26.442; United States: 6947888; United States: 7191125; United States: 7493256; China P.R.: ZL01817414.0; Brazil:
High Performance Low Bit- speech, without loss SDO: ETSI Project: EVS Codec Release 12 Spec: TS 26.445; PI0114707-2; Finland: EP1328925; France: EP1328925; France: EP1912207; Germany: EP1328925; Germany:
Rate Coding of Unvoiced of quality compared to the conventional Code Excited Linear EP1912207; Great Britain: EP1328925; Great Britain: EP1912207; Hong Kong: HK1060430; Italy: EP1328925; Italy:
Speech Prediction (CELP) EP1912207; Japan: 4270866; Republic of Korea: 10-0798668; Spain: EP1328925; Spain: EP1912207; Sweden:
method operating at a much higher bit rate. A set of gains are EP1328925; Taiwan: 563094
derived from a residual
signal after whitening the speech signal by a linear prediction
filter. These gains are
then quantized and applied to a randomly generated sparse
excitation. The excitation is
filtered, and its spectral characteristics are analyzed and
compared to the spectral
characteristics of the original residual signal. Based on this
analysis, a filter is chosen
to shape the spectral characteristics of the excitation to achieve
optimal performance .

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7191125 Method and Apparatus for [00142] A low-bit-rate coding technique for unvoiced segments of SDO: ETSI Project: EVS Codec Release 12 Spec: TS 26.442; United States: 6947888; United States: 7191125; United States: 7493256; China P.R.: ZL01817414.0; Brazil:
High Performance Low Bit- speech, without loss SDO: ETSI Project: EVS Codec Release 12 Spec: TS 26.445; PI0114707-2; Finland: EP1328925; France: EP1328925; France: EP1912207; Germany: EP1328925; Germany:
Rate Coding of Unvoiced of quality compared to the conventional Code Excited Linear EP1912207; Great Britain: EP1328925; Great Britain: EP1912207; Hong Kong: HK1060430; Italy: EP1328925; Italy:
Speech Prediction (CELP) EP1912207; Japan: 4270866; Republic of Korea: 10-0798668; Spain: EP1328925; Spain: EP1912207; Sweden:
method operating at a much higher bit rate. A set of gains are EP1328925; Taiwan: 563094
derived from a residual
signal after whitening the speech signal by a linear prediction
filter. These gains are
then quantized and applied to a randomly generated sparse
excitation. The excitation is
filtered, and its spectral characteristics are analyzed and
compared to the spectral
characteristics of the original residual signal. Based on this
analysis, a filter is chosen
to shape the spectral characteristics of the excitation to achieve
optimal performance .
6947888 Method and Apparatus for [00142] A low-bit-rate coding technique for unvoiced segments of SDO: ETSI Project: EVS Codec Release 12 Spec: TS 26.442; United States: 6947888; United States: 7191125; United States: 7493256; China P.R.: ZL01817414.0; Brazil:
High Performance Low Bit- speech, without loss SDO: ETSI Project: EVS Codec Release 12 Spec: TS 26.445; PI0114707-2; Finland: EP1328925; France: EP1328925; France: EP1912207; Germany: EP1328925; Germany:
Rate Coding of Unvoiced of quality compared to the conventional Code Excited Linear EP1912207; Great Britain: EP1328925; Great Britain: EP1912207; Hong Kong: HK1060430; Italy: EP1328925; Italy:
Speech Prediction (CELP) EP1912207; Japan: 4270866; Republic of Korea: 10-0798668; Spain: EP1328925; Spain: EP1912207; Sweden:
method operating at a much higher bit rate. A set of gains are EP1328925; Taiwan: 563094
derived from a residual
signal after whitening the speech signal by a linear prediction
filter. These gains are
then quantized and applied to a randomly generated sparse
excitation. The excitation is
filtered, and its spectral characteristics are analyzed and
compared to the spectral
characteristics of the original residual signal. Based on this
analysis, a filter is chosen
to shape the spectral characteristics of the excitation to achieve
optimal performance .
ZL01817414.0 Method and apparatus for [00142] A low-bit-rate coding technique for unvoiced segments of SDO: ETSI Project: EVS Codec Release 12 Spec: TS 26.442; United States: 6947888; United States: 7191125; United States: 7493256; China P.R.: ZL01817414.0; Brazil:
encoding and decoding of speech, without loss SDO: ETSI Project: EVS Codec Release 12 Spec: TS 26.445; PI0114707-2; Finland: EP1328925; France: EP1328925; France: EP1912207; Germany: EP1328925; Germany:
unvoiced speech of quality compared to the conventional Code Excited Linear EP1912207; Great Britain: EP1328925; Great Britain: EP1912207; Hong Kong: HK1060430; Italy: EP1328925; Italy:
Prediction (CELP) EP1912207; Japan: 4270866; Republic of Korea: 10-0798668; Spain: EP1328925; Spain: EP1912207; Sweden:
method operating at a much higher bit rate. A set of gains are EP1328925; Taiwan: 563094
derived from a residual
signal after whitening the speech signal by a linear prediction
filter. These gains are
then quantized and applied to a randomly generated sparse
excitation. The excitation is
filtered, and its spectral characteristics are analyzed and
compared to the spectral
characteristics of the original residual signal. Based on this
analysis, a filter is chosen
to shape the spectral characteristics of the excitation to achieve
optimal performance .

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20060187877 Method and apparatus for In a wireless communication system a method for combination SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 7068683; United States: 20060187877; China P.R.: ZL01821313.8; China P.R.: CN101801099; Brazil:
high rate packet data and transmission of packet data and low delay data. In one SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Spec: ; PI0114861-3; Canada: 2426905; France: EP1329126; France: EP2219410; France: EP2285175; France: EP2288219;
low delay data transmissions embodiment a parallel signaling channel provides a message to France: EP2276307; France: EP2278846; France: EP2273840; Germany: EP1329126; Germany: EP2219410;
receivers indicating a target recipient of packet data. The Germany: EP2285175; Germany: EP2288219; Germany: EP2276307; Germany: EP2278846; Germany: EP2273840;
message also identifies the transmission channels used for packet Great Britain: EP1329126; Great Britain: EP2219410; Great Britain: EP2285175; Great Britain: EP2288219; Great
data transmissions. Each receiver may then selectively decode Britain: EP2276307; Great Britain: EP2278846; Great Britain: EP2273840; Hong Kong: HK1076668; India: 222607;
only packets where the message identifies the receiver as a Italy: EP1329126; Italy: EP2219410; Italy: EP2285175; Italy: EP2288219; Italy: EP2276307; Italy: EP2278846; Italy:
target recipient. The data packets stored in a buffer are ignored if EP2273840; Japan: 2004-514369; Japan: 5280312; Japan: 5512711; Japan: 5694443; Mexico: 242005; Republic of
the target recipient is another mobile unit. In one embodiment, Korea: 10-0812575; Russian Federation: 2286652; Russian Federation: 2422998; Spain: EP1329126; Spain:
the message is sent concurrently with the data packet on a EP2219410; Spain: EP2285175; Spain: EP2288219; Spain: EP2276307; Spain: EP2278846; Spain: EP2273840;
parallel channel. In one embodiment, the message, is punctured Taiwan: I573414
into the high rate packet data transmission.

7068683 Method and apparatus for In a wireless communication system a method for combination SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 7068683; United States: 20060187877; China P.R.: ZL01821313.8; China P.R.: CN101801099; Brazil:
high rate packet data and transmission of packet data and low delay data. In one SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Spec: ; PI0114861-3; Canada: 2426905; France: EP1329126; France: EP2219410; France: EP2285175; France: EP2288219;
low delay data transmissions embodiment a parallel signaling channel provides a message to France: EP2276307; France: EP2278846; France: EP2273840; Germany: EP1329126; Germany: EP2219410;
receivers indicating a target recipient of packet data. The Germany: EP2285175; Germany: EP2288219; Germany: EP2276307; Germany: EP2278846; Germany: EP2273840;
message also identifies the transmission channels used for packet Great Britain: EP1329126; Great Britain: EP2219410; Great Britain: EP2285175; Great Britain: EP2288219; Great
data transmissions. Each receiver may then selectively decode Britain: EP2276307; Great Britain: EP2278846; Great Britain: EP2273840; Hong Kong: HK1076668; India: 222607;
only packets where the message identifies the receiver as a Italy: EP1329126; Italy: EP2219410; Italy: EP2285175; Italy: EP2288219; Italy: EP2276307; Italy: EP2278846; Italy:
target recipient. The data packets stored in a buffer are ignored if EP2273840; Japan: 2004-514369; Japan: 5280312; Japan: 5512711; Japan: 5694443; Mexico: 242005; Republic of
the target recipient is another mobile unit. In one embodiment, Korea: 10-0812575; Russian Federation: 2286652; Russian Federation: 2422998; Spain: EP1329126; Spain:
the message is sent concurrently with the data packet on a EP2219410; Spain: EP2285175; Spain: EP2288219; Spain: EP2276307; Spain: EP2278846; Spain: EP2273840;
parallel channel. In one embodiment, the message, is punctured Taiwan: I573414
into the high rate packet data transmission.

ZL01821313.8 Method and apparatus for In a wireless communication system a method for combination SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 7068683; United States: 20060187877; China P.R.: ZL01821313.8; China P.R.: CN101801099; Brazil:
high rate packet data and transmission of packet data and low delay data. In one SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Spec: ; PI0114861-3; Canada: 2426905; France: EP1329126; France: EP2219410; France: EP2285175; France: EP2288219;
low delay data transmissions embodiment a parallel signaling channel provides a message to France: EP2276307; France: EP2278846; France: EP2273840; Germany: EP1329126; Germany: EP2219410;
receivers indicating a target recipient of packet data. The Germany: EP2285175; Germany: EP2288219; Germany: EP2276307; Germany: EP2278846; Germany: EP2273840;
message also identifies the transmission channels used for packet Great Britain: EP1329126; Great Britain: EP2219410; Great Britain: EP2285175; Great Britain: EP2288219; Great
data transmissions. Each receiver may then selectively decode Britain: EP2276307; Great Britain: EP2278846; Great Britain: EP2273840; Hong Kong: HK1076668; India: 222607;
only packets where the message identifies the receiver as a Italy: EP1329126; Italy: EP2219410; Italy: EP2285175; Italy: EP2288219; Italy: EP2276307; Italy: EP2278846; Italy:
target recipient. The data packets stored in a buffer are ignored if EP2273840; Japan: 2004-514369; Japan: 5280312; Japan: 5512711; Japan: 5694443; Mexico: 242005; Republic of
the target recipient is another mobile unit. In one embodiment, Korea: 10-0812575; Russian Federation: 2286652; Russian Federation: 2422998; Spain: EP1329126; Spain:
the message is sent concurrently with the data packet on a EP2219410; Spain: EP2285175; Spain: EP2288219; Spain: EP2276307; Spain: EP2278846; Spain: EP2273840;
parallel channel. In one embodiment, the message, is punctured Taiwan: I573414
into the high rate packet data transmission.

CN101801099 Method and apparatus for In a wireless communication system a method for combination SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 7068683; United States: 20060187877; China P.R.: ZL01821313.8; China P.R.: CN101801099; Brazil:
high rate packet data and transmission of packet data and low delay data. In one SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Spec: ; PI0114861-3; Canada: 2426905; France: EP1329126; France: EP2219410; France: EP2285175; France: EP2288219;
low delay data transmissions embodiment a parallel signaling channel provides a message to France: EP2276307; France: EP2278846; France: EP2273840; Germany: EP1329126; Germany: EP2219410;
receivers indicating a target recipient of packet data. The Germany: EP2285175; Germany: EP2288219; Germany: EP2276307; Germany: EP2278846; Germany: EP2273840;
message also identifies the transmission channels used for packet Great Britain: EP1329126; Great Britain: EP2219410; Great Britain: EP2285175; Great Britain: EP2288219; Great
data transmissions. Each receiver may then selectively decode Britain: EP2276307; Great Britain: EP2278846; Great Britain: EP2273840; Hong Kong: HK1076668; India: 222607;
only packets where the message identifies the receiver as a Italy: EP1329126; Italy: EP2219410; Italy: EP2285175; Italy: EP2288219; Italy: EP2276307; Italy: EP2278846; Italy:
target recipient. The data packets stored in a buffer are ignored if EP2273840; Japan: 2004-514369; Japan: 5280312; Japan: 5512711; Japan: 5694443; Mexico: 242005; Republic of
the target recipient is another mobile unit. In one embodiment, Korea: 10-0812575; Russian Federation: 2286652; Russian Federation: 2422998; Spain: EP1329126; Spain:
the message is sent concurrently with the data packet on a EP2219410; Spain: EP2285175; Spain: EP2288219; Spain: EP2276307; Spain: EP2278846; Spain: EP2273840;
parallel channel. In one embodiment, the message, is punctured Taiwan: I573414
into the high rate packet data transmission.

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6111540 Combined GPS Positioning A combined GPS and communication system having shared SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 6111540; China P.R.: ZL03160378.5; China P.R.: ZL200610100373.1; China P.R.: ZL96197517.2;
System and Communications circuitry. The combined system includes an antenna for receiving SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; Germany: EP1223434; Germany: EP0880713; Great Britain: EP1223434; Great Britain: EP0880713; Hong Kong:
System Utilizing Shared data representative of GPS signals, a frequency converter coupled SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; HK1045563
Circuitry to the antenna, a frequency synthesizer coupled to the frequency SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171;
converter, an analog to digital converter coupled to the frequency SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008;
converter and a processor coupled to the frequency converter. SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
The processor processes the data representative of GPS signals to SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
determine a pseudorange based on the data representative of SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
GPS signals. The integrated communication receiver includes a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
shared component which is at least one of the antenna, the SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
frequency converter, the frequency synthesizer and the analog to SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
digital converter. Typically, in certain embodiments the processor SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
also demodulates communication signals received as well as SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
controls the modulation of data to be transmitted as a SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
communication signal through a communication link. SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.030;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.080;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 29.002;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: LCS Spec: TS 44.031;
ZL200610100373.1 Combined GPS Positioning A combined GPS and communication system having shared SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 6111540; China P.R.: ZL03160378.5; China P.R.: ZL200610100373.1; China P.R.: ZL96197517.2;
System and Communications circuitry. The combined system includes an antenna for receiving SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; Germany: EP1223434; Germany: EP0880713; Great Britain: EP1223434; Great Britain: EP0880713; Hong Kong:
System Utilizing Shared data representative of GPS signals, a frequency converter coupled SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; HK1045563
Circuitry to the antenna, a frequency synthesizer coupled to the frequency SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171;
converter, an analog to digital converter coupled to the frequency SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008;
converter and a processor coupled to the frequency converter. SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
The processor processes the data representative of GPS signals to SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
determine a pseudorange based on the data representative of SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
GPS signals. The integrated communication receiver includes a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
shared component which is at least one of the antenna, the SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
frequency converter, the frequency synthesizer and the analog to SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
digital converter. Typically, in certain embodiments the processor SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
also demodulates communication signals received as well as SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
controls the modulation of data to be transmitted as a SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
communication signal through a communication link. SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.030;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.080;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 29.002;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: LCS Spec: TS 44.031;

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ZL96197517.2 Combined GPS Positioning A combined GPS and communication system having shared SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 6111540; China P.R.: ZL03160378.5; China P.R.: ZL200610100373.1; China P.R.: ZL96197517.2;
System and Communications circuitry. The combined system includes an antenna for receiving SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; Germany: EP1223434; Germany: EP0880713; Great Britain: EP1223434; Great Britain: EP0880713; Hong Kong:
System Utilizing Shared data representative of GPS signals, a frequency converter coupled SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; HK1045563
Circuitry to the antenna, a frequency synthesizer coupled to the frequency SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171;
converter, an analog to digital converter coupled to the frequency SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008;
converter and a processor coupled to the frequency converter. SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
The processor processes the data representative of GPS signals to SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
determine a pseudorange based on the data representative of SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
GPS signals. The integrated communication receiver includes a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
shared component which is at least one of the antenna, the SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
frequency converter, the frequency synthesizer and the analog to SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
digital converter. Typically, in certain embodiments the processor SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
also demodulates communication signals received as well as SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
controls the modulation of data to be transmitted as a SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
communication signal through a communication link. SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.030;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.080;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 29.002;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: LCS Spec: TS 44.031;
ZL03160378.5 Combined GPS Positioning A combined GPS and communication system having shared SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 6111540; China P.R.: ZL03160378.5; China P.R.: ZL200610100373.1; China P.R.: ZL96197517.2;
System and Communications circuitry. The combined system includes an antenna for receiving SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; Germany: EP1223434; Germany: EP0880713; Great Britain: EP1223434; Great Britain: EP0880713; Hong Kong:
System Utilizing Shared data representative of GPS signals, a frequency converter coupled SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; HK1045563
Circuitry to the antenna, a frequency synthesizer coupled to the frequency SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171;
converter, an analog to digital converter coupled to the frequency SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008;
converter and a processor coupled to the frequency converter. SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
The processor processes the data representative of GPS signals to SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
determine a pseudorange based on the data representative of SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
GPS signals. The integrated communication receiver includes a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
shared component which is at least one of the antenna, the SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
frequency converter, the frequency synthesizer and the analog to SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
digital converter. Typically, in certain embodiments the processor SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
also demodulates communication signals received as well as SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
controls the modulation of data to be transmitted as a SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
communication signal through a communication link. SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.030;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.080;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 29.002;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: LCS Spec: TS 44.031;

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6002363 Combined GPS Positioning A combined GPS and communication system having shared SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 6002363
System and Communications circuitry. The combined system includes an antenna for receiving SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ;
System Utilizing Shared data representative of GPS signals, a frequency converter coupled SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071;
Circuitry to the antenna, a frequency synthesizer coupled to the frequency SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171;
converter, an analog to digital converter coupled to the frequency SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008;
converter and a processor coupled to the frequency converter. SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
The processor processes the data representative of GPS signals to SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
determine a pseudorange based on the data representative of SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
GPS signals. The integrated communication receiver includes a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
shared component which is at least one of the antenna, the SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
frequency converter, the frequency synthesizer and the analog to SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
digital converter. Typically, in certain embodiments the processor SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
also demodulates communication signals received as well as SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
controls the modulation of data to be transmitted as a SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
communication signal through a communication link. SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.030;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.080;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 29.002;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: LCS Spec: TS 44.031;
5874914 GPS Receiver Utilizing a A precision carrier frequency signal for calibrating a local oscillator SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 5874914
Communication Link of a GPS receiver which is used to acquire GPS signals. The SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ;
precision carrier frequency signal is used to calibrate the local SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071;
oscillator such that the output of the local oscillator, which is used SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171;
to acquire GPS signals, is modified by a reference signal SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008;
generated from the precision carrier frequency signal. The GPS SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
receiver locks to this precision carrier frequency signal and SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
generates the reference signal. In another aspect of the SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
invention, satellite almanac data is transmitted to a remote GPS SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
receiver unit from a basestation via a communication link. The SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
remote GPS receiver unit uses this satellite almanac data to SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
determine approximate Doppler data for satellites in view of the SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
remote GPS receiver unit. SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.030;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.080;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 29.002;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
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6064336 GPS Receiver Utilizing a A precision carrier frequency signal for calibrating a local oscillator SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 5841396; United States: 6064336; Denmark: EP0885492; European Patent Convention: EP2275832;
Communication Link of a GPS receiver which is used to acquire GPS signals. The SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; European Patent Convention: EP2267920; European Patent Convention: EP2285018; Finland: EP0885492; Finland:
precision carrier frequency signal is used to calibrate the local SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; EP0950194; France: EP0885492; France: EP1798564; France: EP0950194; Germany: EP2169848; Germany:
oscillator such that the output of the local oscillator, which is used SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; EP0885492; Germany: EP1798564; Germany: EP0950194; Great Britain: EP2169848; Great Britain: EP0885492;
to acquire GPS signals, is modified by a reference signal SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008; Great Britain: EP1798564; Great Britain: EP0950194; Greece: EP0885492; Hong Kong: HK1142456; Hong Kong:
generated from the precision carrier frequency signal. The GPS SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331; HK1024530; Hong Kong: HK1152595; Hong Kong: HK1154129; Hong Kong: HK1017182; Hong Kong: HK1105459;
receiver locks to this precision carrier frequency signal and SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413; Ireland: EP0885492; Ireland: EP0950194; Italy: EP0885492; Italy: EP1798564; Italy: EP0950194; Japan: 2001-
generates the reference signal. In another aspect of the SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430; 505309; Japan: 2000-506348; Japan: 2008-003104; Japan: 5688115; Netherlands: EP0885492; Netherlands:
invention, satellite almanac data is transmitted to a remote GPS SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453; EP0950194; Portugal: EP0885492; Republic of Korea: 10-0663899; Spain: EP0885492; Spain: EP1798564; Spain:
receiver unit from a basestation via a communication link. The SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071; EP0950194; Sweden: EP0885492; Sweden: EP0950194; Switzerland: EP0885492
remote GPS receiver unit uses this satellite almanac data to SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
determine approximate Doppler data for satellites in view of the SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
remote GPS receiver unit. SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.030;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.080;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 29.002;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: LCS Spec: TS 44.031;
5841396 GPS Receiver Utilizing a A precision carrier frequency signal for calibrating a local oscillator SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 5841396; United States: 6064336; Denmark: EP0885492; European Patent Convention: EP2275832;
Communication Link of a GPS receiver which is used to acquire GPS signals. The SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; European Patent Convention: EP2267920; European Patent Convention: EP2285018; Finland: EP0885492; Finland:
precision carrier frequency signal is used to calibrate the local SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; EP0950194; France: EP0885492; France: EP1798564; France: EP0950194; Germany: EP2169848; Germany:
oscillator such that the output of the local oscillator, which is used SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; EP0885492; Germany: EP1798564; Germany: EP0950194; Great Britain: EP2169848; Great Britain: EP0885492;
to acquire GPS signals, is modified by a reference signal SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008; Great Britain: EP1798564; Great Britain: EP0950194; Greece: EP0885492; Hong Kong: HK1142456; Hong Kong:
generated from the precision carrier frequency signal. The GPS SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331; HK1024530; Hong Kong: HK1152595; Hong Kong: HK1154129; Hong Kong: HK1017182; Hong Kong: HK1105459;
receiver locks to this precision carrier frequency signal and SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413; Ireland: EP0885492; Ireland: EP0950194; Italy: EP0885492; Italy: EP1798564; Italy: EP0950194; Japan: 2001-
generates the reference signal. In another aspect of the SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430; 505309; Japan: 2000-506348; Japan: 2008-003104; Japan: 5688115; Netherlands: EP0885492; Netherlands:
invention, satellite almanac data is transmitted to a remote GPS SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453; EP0950194; Portugal: EP0885492; Republic of Korea: 10-0663899; Spain: EP0885492; Spain: EP1798564; Spain:
receiver unit from a basestation via a communication link. The SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071; EP0950194; Sweden: EP0885492; Sweden: EP0950194; Switzerland: EP0885492
remote GPS receiver unit uses this satellite almanac data to SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
determine approximate Doppler data for satellites in view of the SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
remote GPS receiver unit. SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.030;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.080;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 29.002;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: LCS Spec: TS 44.031;

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6421002 GPS Receiver Utilizing a A precision carrier frequency signal for calibrating a local oscillator SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 6208290; United States: 6421002
Communication Link of a GPS receiver which is used to acquire GPS signals. The SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ;
precision carrier frequency signal is used to calibrate the local SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071;
oscillator such that the output of the local oscillator, which is used SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171;
to acquire GPS signals, is modified by a reference signal SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008;
generated from the precision carrier frequency signal. The GPS SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
receiver locks to this precision carrier frequency signal and SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
generates the reference signal. In another aspect of the SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
invention, satellite almanac data is transmitted to a remote GPS SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
receiver unit from a basestation via a communication link. The SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
remote GPS receiver unit uses this satellite almanac data to SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
determine approximate Doppler data for satellites in view of the SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
remote GPS receiver unit. SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.030;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.080;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 29.002;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: LCS Spec: TS 44.031;
6208290 GPS Receiver Utilizing a A precision carrier frequency signal for calibrating a local oscillator SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 6208290; United States: 6421002
Communication Link of a GPS receiver which is used to acquire GPS signals. The SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ;
precision carrier frequency signal is used to calibrate the local SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071;
oscillator such that the output of the local oscillator, which is used SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171;
to acquire GPS signals, is modified by a reference signal SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008;
generated from the precision carrier frequency signal. The GPS SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
receiver locks to this precision carrier frequency signal and SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
generates the reference signal. In another aspect of the SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
invention, satellite almanac data is transmitted to a remote GPS SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
receiver unit from a basestation via a communication link. The SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
remote GPS receiver unit uses this satellite almanac data to SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
determine approximate Doppler data for satellites in view of the SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
remote GPS receiver unit. SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.030;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.080;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 29.002;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: LCS Spec: TS 44.031;

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6400314 GPS Receiver Utilizing a A precision carrier frequency signal for calibrating a local oscillator SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 6400314
Communication Link of a GPS receiver which is used to acquire GPS signals. The SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ;
precision carrier frequency signal is used to calibrate the local SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071;
oscillator such that the output of the local oscillator, which is used SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171;
to acquire GPS signals, is modified by a reference signal SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008;
generated from the precision carrier frequency signal. The GPS SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
receiver locks to this precision carrier frequency signal and SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
generates the reference signal. In another aspect of the SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
invention, satellite almanac data is transmitted to a remote GPS SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
receiver unit from a basestation via a communication link. The SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
remote GPS receiver unit uses this satellite almanac data to SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
determine approximate Doppler data for satellites in view of the SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
remote GPS receiver unit. SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.030;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.080;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 29.002;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: LCS Spec: TS 44.031;
5781156 GPS Receiver and Method A GPS receiver in one embodiment includes an antenna which SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 5663734; United States: 5781156; China P.R.: ZL200710085825.8; China P.R.: ZL03130989.5; China
for Processing GPS Signals receives GPS signals at an RF frequency from in view satellites; a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; P.R.: ZL200610100300.2; China P.R.: ZL96197519.9; Brazil: BR9611701; Brazil: PI9613029-6; Brazil: PI9613028-8;
downconverter coupled to the antenna for reducing the RF SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; Brazil: PI9613030-0; Canada: 2667772; Canada: 2667764; Canada: 2667775; Canada: 2667786; Canada: 2230841;
frequency of the received GPS signals to an intermediate SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; Finland: EP1418440; Finland: EP1586916; France: EP0855039; France: EP1418440; France: EP1586916; France:
frequency (IF); a digitizer coupled to the downconverter and SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008; EP1752782; France: EP2113782; Germany: EP0855039; Germany: EP1418440; Germany: EP1586916; Germany:
sampling the IF GPS signals at a predetermined rate to produce SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331; EP1752782; Germany: EP2113782; Great Britain: EP0855039; Great Britain: EP1418440; Great Britain: EP1586916;
sampled IF GPS signals; a memory coupled to the digitizer storing SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413; Great Britain: EP1752782; Great Britain: EP2113782; Hong Kong: HK1022524; Hong Kong: HK1100972; Italy:
the sampled IF GPS signals (a snapshot of GPS signals); and a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430; EP0855039; Italy: EP1418440; Italy: EP1586916; Italy: EP1752782; Italy: EP2113782; Japan: 3738271; Japan:
digital signal processor (DSP) coupled to the memory and SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453; 4435720; Japan: 5641279; Japan: 5455542; Netherlands: EP1418440; Netherlands: EP1586916; Republic of Korea:
operating under stored instructions thereby performing Fast SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071; 10-0457329; Russian Federation: 2357267; Russian Federation: 2236692; Spain: EP0855039; Spain: EP1418440;
Fourier Transform (FFT) operations on the sampled IF GPS signals SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171; Spain: EP1586916; Spain: EP1752782; Spain: EP2113782; Sweden: EP1418440; Sweden: EP1586916
to provide pseudorange information. These operations typically SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
also include preprocessing and post processing of the GPS signals. SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
After a snapshot of data is taken, the receiver front end is SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
powered down. The GPS receiver in one embodiment also SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
includes other power management features and includes, in SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
another embodiment the capability to correct for errors in its SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.030;
local oscillator which is used to sample the GPS signals. The SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.080;
calculation speed of pseudoranges, and sensitivity of operation, is SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 29.002;
enhanced by the transmission of the Doppler frequency shifts of SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
in view satellites to the receiver from an external source, such as SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
a basestation in one embodiment of the invention. SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: LCS Spec: TS 44.031;

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5663734 GPS Receiver and Method A GPS receiver in one embodiment includes an antenna which SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 5663734; United States: 5781156; China P.R.: ZL200710085825.8; China P.R.: ZL03130989.5; China
for Processing GPS Signals receives GPS signals at an RF frequency from in view satellites; a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; P.R.: ZL200610100300.2; China P.R.: ZL96197519.9; Brazil: BR9611701; Brazil: PI9613029-6; Brazil: PI9613028-8;
downconverter coupled to the antenna for reducing the RF SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; Brazil: PI9613030-0; Canada: 2667772; Canada: 2667764; Canada: 2667775; Canada: 2667786; Canada: 2230841;
frequency of the received GPS signals to an intermediate SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; Finland: EP1418440; Finland: EP1586916; France: EP0855039; France: EP1418440; France: EP1586916; France:
frequency (IF); a digitizer coupled to the downconverter and SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008; EP1752782; France: EP2113782; Germany: EP0855039; Germany: EP1418440; Germany: EP1586916; Germany:
sampling the IF GPS signals at a predetermined rate to produce SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331; EP1752782; Germany: EP2113782; Great Britain: EP0855039; Great Britain: EP1418440; Great Britain: EP1586916;
sampled IF GPS signals; a memory coupled to the digitizer storing SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413; Great Britain: EP1752782; Great Britain: EP2113782; Hong Kong: HK1022524; Hong Kong: HK1100972; Italy:
the sampled IF GPS signals (a snapshot of GPS signals); and a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430; EP0855039; Italy: EP1418440; Italy: EP1586916; Italy: EP1752782; Italy: EP2113782; Japan: 3738271; Japan:
digital signal processor (DSP) coupled to the memory and SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453; 4435720; Japan: 5641279; Japan: 5455542; Netherlands: EP1418440; Netherlands: EP1586916; Republic of Korea:
operating under stored instructions thereby performing Fast SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071; 10-0457329; Russian Federation: 2357267; Russian Federation: 2236692; Spain: EP0855039; Spain: EP1418440;
Fourier Transform (FFT) operations on the sampled IF GPS signals SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171; Spain: EP1586916; Spain: EP1752782; Spain: EP2113782; Sweden: EP1418440; Sweden: EP1586916
to provide pseudorange information. These operations typically SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
also include preprocessing and post processing of the GPS signals. SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
After a snapshot of data is taken, the receiver front end is SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
powered down. The GPS receiver in one embodiment also SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
includes other power management features and includes, in SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
another embodiment the capability to correct for errors in its SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.030;
local oscillator which is used to sample the GPS signals. The SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.080;
calculation speed of pseudoranges, and sensitivity of operation, is SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 29.002;
enhanced by the transmission of the Doppler frequency shifts of SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
in view satellites to the receiver from an external source, such as SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
a basestation in one embodiment of the invention. SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: LCS Spec: TS 44.031;
ZL200710085825.8 GPS receiver and method for A GPS receiver in one embodiment includes an antenna which SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 5663734; United States: 5781156; China P.R.: ZL200710085825.8; China P.R.: ZL03130989.5; China
processing GPS signal receives GPS signals at an RF frequency from in view satellites; a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; P.R.: ZL200610100300.2; China P.R.: ZL96197519.9; Brazil: BR9611701; Brazil: PI9613029-6; Brazil: PI9613028-8;
downconverter coupled to the antenna for reducing the RF SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; Brazil: PI9613030-0; Canada: 2667772; Canada: 2667764; Canada: 2667775; Canada: 2667786; Canada: 2230841;
frequency of the received GPS signals to an intermediate SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; Finland: EP1418440; Finland: EP1586916; France: EP0855039; France: EP1418440; France: EP1586916; France:
frequency (IF); a digitizer coupled to the downconverter and SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008; EP1752782; France: EP2113782; Germany: EP0855039; Germany: EP1418440; Germany: EP1586916; Germany:
sampling the IF GPS signals at a predetermined rate to produce SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331; EP1752782; Germany: EP2113782; Great Britain: EP0855039; Great Britain: EP1418440; Great Britain: EP1586916;
sampled IF GPS signals; a memory coupled to the digitizer storing SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413; Great Britain: EP1752782; Great Britain: EP2113782; Hong Kong: HK1022524; Hong Kong: HK1100972; Italy:
the sampled IF GPS signals (a snapshot of GPS signals); and a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430; EP0855039; Italy: EP1418440; Italy: EP1586916; Italy: EP1752782; Italy: EP2113782; Japan: 3738271; Japan:
digital signal processor (DSP) coupled to the memory and SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453; 4435720; Japan: 5641279; Japan: 5455542; Netherlands: EP1418440; Netherlands: EP1586916; Republic of Korea:
operating under stored instructions thereby performing Fast SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071; 10-0457329; Russian Federation: 2357267; Russian Federation: 2236692; Spain: EP0855039; Spain: EP1418440;
Fourier Transform (FFT) operations on the sampled IF GPS signals SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171; Spain: EP1586916; Spain: EP1752782; Spain: EP2113782; Sweden: EP1418440; Sweden: EP1586916
to provide pseudorange information. These operations typically SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
also include preprocessing and post processing of the GPS signals. SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
After a snapshot of data is taken, the receiver front end is SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
powered down. The GPS receiver in one embodiment also SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
includes other power management features and includes, in SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
another embodiment the capability to correct for errors in its SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.030;
local oscillator which is used to sample the GPS signals. The SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.080;
calculation speed of pseudoranges, and sensitivity of operation, is SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 29.002;
enhanced by the transmission of the Doppler frequency shifts of SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
in view satellites to the receiver from an external source, such as SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
a basestation in one embodiment of the invention. SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: LCS Spec: TS 44.031;

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ZL200610100300.2 GPS Receiver and Method A GPS receiver in one embodiment includes an antenna which SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 5663734; United States: 5781156; China P.R.: ZL200710085825.8; China P.R.: ZL03130989.5; China
for Processing GPS Signals receives GPS signals at an RF frequency from in view satellites; a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; P.R.: ZL200610100300.2; China P.R.: ZL96197519.9; Brazil: BR9611701; Brazil: PI9613029-6; Brazil: PI9613028-8;
downconverter coupled to the antenna for reducing the RF SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; Brazil: PI9613030-0; Canada: 2667772; Canada: 2667764; Canada: 2667775; Canada: 2667786; Canada: 2230841;
frequency of the received GPS signals to an intermediate SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; Finland: EP1418440; Finland: EP1586916; France: EP0855039; France: EP1418440; France: EP1586916; France:
frequency (IF); a digitizer coupled to the downconverter and SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008; EP1752782; France: EP2113782; Germany: EP0855039; Germany: EP1418440; Germany: EP1586916; Germany:
sampling the IF GPS signals at a predetermined rate to produce SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331; EP1752782; Germany: EP2113782; Great Britain: EP0855039; Great Britain: EP1418440; Great Britain: EP1586916;
sampled IF GPS signals; a memory coupled to the digitizer storing SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413; Great Britain: EP1752782; Great Britain: EP2113782; Hong Kong: HK1022524; Hong Kong: HK1100972; Italy:
the sampled IF GPS signals (a snapshot of GPS signals); and a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430; EP0855039; Italy: EP1418440; Italy: EP1586916; Italy: EP1752782; Italy: EP2113782; Japan: 3738271; Japan:
digital signal processor (DSP) coupled to the memory and SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453; 4435720; Japan: 5641279; Japan: 5455542; Netherlands: EP1418440; Netherlands: EP1586916; Republic of Korea:
operating under stored instructions thereby performing Fast SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071; 10-0457329; Russian Federation: 2357267; Russian Federation: 2236692; Spain: EP0855039; Spain: EP1418440;
Fourier Transform (FFT) operations on the sampled IF GPS signals SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171; Spain: EP1586916; Spain: EP1752782; Spain: EP2113782; Sweden: EP1418440; Sweden: EP1586916
to provide pseudorange information. These operations typically SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
also include preprocessing and post processing of the GPS signals. SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
After a snapshot of data is taken, the receiver front end is SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
powered down. The GPS receiver in one embodiment also SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
includes other power management features and includes, in SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
another embodiment the capability to correct for errors in its SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.030;
local oscillator which is used to sample the GPS signals. The SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.080;
calculation speed of pseudoranges, and sensitivity of operation, is SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 29.002;
enhanced by the transmission of the Doppler frequency shifts of SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
in view satellites to the receiver from an external source, such as SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
a basestation in one embodiment of the invention. SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: LCS Spec: TS 44.031;
ZL96197519.9 GPS Receiver and Method A GPS receiver in one embodiment includes an antenna which SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 5663734; United States: 5781156; China P.R.: ZL200710085825.8; China P.R.: ZL03130989.5; China
for Processing GPS Signals receives GPS signals at an RF frequency from in view satellites; a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; P.R.: ZL200610100300.2; China P.R.: ZL96197519.9; Brazil: BR9611701; Brazil: PI9613029-6; Brazil: PI9613028-8;
downconverter coupled to the antenna for reducing the RF SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; Brazil: PI9613030-0; Canada: 2667772; Canada: 2667764; Canada: 2667775; Canada: 2667786; Canada: 2230841;
frequency of the received GPS signals to an intermediate SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; Finland: EP1418440; Finland: EP1586916; France: EP0855039; France: EP1418440; France: EP1586916; France:
frequency (IF); a digitizer coupled to the downconverter and SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008; EP1752782; France: EP2113782; Germany: EP0855039; Germany: EP1418440; Germany: EP1586916; Germany:
sampling the IF GPS signals at a predetermined rate to produce SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331; EP1752782; Germany: EP2113782; Great Britain: EP0855039; Great Britain: EP1418440; Great Britain: EP1586916;
sampled IF GPS signals; a memory coupled to the digitizer storing SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413; Great Britain: EP1752782; Great Britain: EP2113782; Hong Kong: HK1022524; Hong Kong: HK1100972; Italy:
the sampled IF GPS signals (a snapshot of GPS signals); and a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430; EP0855039; Italy: EP1418440; Italy: EP1586916; Italy: EP1752782; Italy: EP2113782; Japan: 3738271; Japan:
digital signal processor (DSP) coupled to the memory and SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453; 4435720; Japan: 5641279; Japan: 5455542; Netherlands: EP1418440; Netherlands: EP1586916; Republic of Korea:
operating under stored instructions thereby performing Fast SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071; 10-0457329; Russian Federation: 2357267; Russian Federation: 2236692; Spain: EP0855039; Spain: EP1418440;
Fourier Transform (FFT) operations on the sampled IF GPS signals SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171; Spain: EP1586916; Spain: EP1752782; Spain: EP2113782; Sweden: EP1418440; Sweden: EP1586916
to provide pseudorange information. These operations typically SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
also include preprocessing and post processing of the GPS signals. SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
After a snapshot of data is taken, the receiver front end is SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
powered down. The GPS receiver in one embodiment also SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
includes other power management features and includes, in SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
another embodiment the capability to correct for errors in its SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.030;
local oscillator which is used to sample the GPS signals. The SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.080;
calculation speed of pseudoranges, and sensitivity of operation, is SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 29.002;
enhanced by the transmission of the Doppler frequency shifts of SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
in view satellites to the receiver from an external source, such as SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
a basestation in one embodiment of the invention. SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: LCS Spec: TS 44.031;

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ZL03130989.5 GPS Receiver and Method A GPS receiver in one embodiment includes an antenna which SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 5663734; United States: 5781156; China P.R.: ZL200710085825.8; China P.R.: ZL03130989.5; China
for Processing GPS Signals receives GPS signals at an RF frequency from in view satellites; a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; P.R.: ZL200610100300.2; China P.R.: ZL96197519.9; Brazil: BR9611701; Brazil: PI9613029-6; Brazil: PI9613028-8;
downconverter coupled to the antenna for reducing the RF SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; Brazil: PI9613030-0; Canada: 2667772; Canada: 2667764; Canada: 2667775; Canada: 2667786; Canada: 2230841;
frequency of the received GPS signals to an intermediate SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; Finland: EP1418440; Finland: EP1586916; France: EP0855039; France: EP1418440; France: EP1586916; France:
frequency (IF); a digitizer coupled to the downconverter and SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008; EP1752782; France: EP2113782; Germany: EP0855039; Germany: EP1418440; Germany: EP1586916; Germany:
sampling the IF GPS signals at a predetermined rate to produce SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331; EP1752782; Germany: EP2113782; Great Britain: EP0855039; Great Britain: EP1418440; Great Britain: EP1586916;
sampled IF GPS signals; a memory coupled to the digitizer storing SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413; Great Britain: EP1752782; Great Britain: EP2113782; Hong Kong: HK1022524; Hong Kong: HK1100972; Italy:
the sampled IF GPS signals (a snapshot of GPS signals); and a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430; EP0855039; Italy: EP1418440; Italy: EP1586916; Italy: EP1752782; Italy: EP2113782; Japan: 3738271; Japan:
digital signal processor (DSP) coupled to the memory and SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453; 4435720; Japan: 5641279; Japan: 5455542; Netherlands: EP1418440; Netherlands: EP1586916; Republic of Korea:
operating under stored instructions thereby performing Fast SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071; 10-0457329; Russian Federation: 2357267; Russian Federation: 2236692; Spain: EP0855039; Spain: EP1418440;
Fourier Transform (FFT) operations on the sampled IF GPS signals SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171; Spain: EP1586916; Spain: EP1752782; Spain: EP2113782; Sweden: EP1418440; Sweden: EP1586916
to provide pseudorange information. These operations typically SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
also include preprocessing and post processing of the GPS signals. SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
After a snapshot of data is taken, the receiver front end is SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
powered down. The GPS receiver in one embodiment also SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
includes other power management features and includes, in SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
another embodiment the capability to correct for errors in its SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.030;
local oscillator which is used to sample the GPS signals. The SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.080;
calculation speed of pseudoranges, and sensitivity of operation, is SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 29.002;
enhanced by the transmission of the Doppler frequency shifts of SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
in view satellites to the receiver from an external source, such as SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
a basestation in one embodiment of the invention. SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: LCS Spec: TS 44.031;
6133871 GPS receiver having power A GPS receiver having a low power mode of operation in one SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 6133871
management embodiment includes an antenna which receives GPS signals at SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ;
an RF frequency from in view satellites; a downconverter coupled SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071;
to the antenna for reducing the RF frequency of the received GPS SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171;
signals to an intermediate frequency (IF); a digitizer coupled to SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008;
the downconverter and sampling the IF GPS signals at a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
predetermined rate to produce sampled IF GPS signals; a memory SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
coupled to the digitizer storing the sampled IF GPS signals; and a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
digital signal processor (DSP) coupled to the memory and SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
operating under stored instructions thereby performing SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
operations on the sampled IF GPS signals to provide pseudorange SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
information. In one example, after the sampled IF GPS signals SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
have been stored in the memory, the GPS receiver front end is SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
powered down and the DSP is powered up. The GPS receiver in SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
one embodiment also includes other power management SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
features. SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.030;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.080;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 29.002;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: LCS Spec: TS 44.031;

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6725159 GPS Receiver and Method A global positioning system (GPS) receiver has first circuitry for SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 5884214; United States: 6272430; United States: 6104340; United States: 6542821; United States:
for Processing GPS Signals receiving and processing pseudorandom sequences transmitted SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; 6725159; Finland: EP1260830; Finland: EP0855041; France: EP1260830; France: EP0855041; Germany: EP1260830;
by a number of GPS satellites. The first circuitry is configured to SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; Germany: EP0855041; Great Britain: EP1260830; Great Britain: EP0855041; Greece: EP0855041; Ireland:
perform conventional correlation operations on the received SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; EP0855041; Italy: EP1260830; Italy: EP0855041; Netherlands: EP1260830; Netherlands: EP0855041; Portugal:
pseudorandom sequences to determine pseudoranges from the SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008; EP0855041; Spain: EP1260830; Spain: EP0855041; Sweden: EP1260830; Sweden: EP0855041
GPS receiver to the GPS satellites. The GPS receiver also includes SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
second circuitry coupled to the first circuitry. The second circuitry SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
is configured to receive and process the pseudorandom SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
sequences during blockage conditions. The second circuitry SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
processes the pseudorandom sequences by digitizing and storing SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
a predetermined record length of the received sequences and SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
then performing fast convolution operations on the stored data SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
to determine the pseudoranges. The GPS receiver may have a SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
common circuitry for receiving GPS signals from in view satellites SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
and downconverting the RF frequency of the received GPS signals SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
to an intermediate frequency (IF). The IF signals are split into two SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
signal paths; a first of which provides the conventional con- SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.030;
elation processing to calculate the pseudoranges. During SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.080;
blockage conditions, the IF signal is passed to the second signal SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 29.002;
path wherein the IF signals are digitized and stored in memory SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
and later processed using the fast convolution operations to SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
provide the pseudoranges. Alternative arrangements for the two SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
signal paths include separate downconverters or shared SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
digitizers. One embodiment provides both signal paths on a single SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
integrated circuit with shared circuitry executing computer SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
readable instructions to perform GPS signal processing SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
appropriate to the reception conditions. SDO: ETSI Project: LCS Spec: TS 44.031;
6542821 GPS Receiver and Method A global positioning system (GPS) receiver has first circuitry for SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 5884214; United States: 6272430; United States: 6104340; United States: 6542821; United States:
for Processing GPS Signals receiving and processing pseudorandom sequences transmitted SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; 6725159; Finland: EP1260830; Finland: EP0855041; France: EP1260830; France: EP0855041; Germany: EP1260830;
by a number of GPS satellites. The first circuitry is configured to SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; Germany: EP0855041; Great Britain: EP1260830; Great Britain: EP0855041; Greece: EP0855041; Ireland:
perform conventional correlation operations on the received SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; EP0855041; Italy: EP1260830; Italy: EP0855041; Netherlands: EP1260830; Netherlands: EP0855041; Portugal:
pseudorandom sequences to determine pseudoranges from the SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008; EP0855041; Spain: EP1260830; Spain: EP0855041; Sweden: EP1260830; Sweden: EP0855041
GPS receiver to the GPS satellites. The GPS receiver also includes SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
second circuitry coupled to the first circuitry. The second circuitry SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
is configured to receive and process the pseudorandom SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
sequences during blockage conditions. The second circuitry SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
processes the pseudorandom sequences by digitizing and storing SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
a predetermined record length of the received sequences and SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
then performing fast convolution operations on the stored data SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
to determine the pseudoranges. The GPS receiver may have a SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
common circuitry for receiving GPS signals from in view satellites SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
and downconverting the RF frequency of the received GPS signals SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
to an intermediate frequency (IF). The IF signals are split into two SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
signal paths; a first of which provides the conventional con- SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.030;
elation processing to calculate the pseudoranges. During SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.080;
blockage conditions, the IF signal is passed to the second signal SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 29.002;
path wherein the IF signals are digitized and stored in memory SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
and later processed using the fast convolution operations to SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
provide the pseudoranges. Alternative arrangements for the two SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
signal paths include separate downconverters or shared SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
digitizers. One embodiment provides both signal paths on a single SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
integrated circuit with shared circuitry executing computer SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
readable instructions to perform GPS signal processing SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
appropriate to the reception conditions. SDO: ETSI Project: LCS Spec: TS 44.031;

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6104340 GPS Receiver and Method A global positioning system (GPS) receiver has first circuitry for SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 5884214; United States: 6272430; United States: 6104340; United States: 6542821; United States:
for Processing GPS Signals receiving and processing pseudorandom sequences transmitted SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; 6725159; Finland: EP1260830; Finland: EP0855041; France: EP1260830; France: EP0855041; Germany: EP1260830;
by a number of GPS satellites. The first circuitry is configured to SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; Germany: EP0855041; Great Britain: EP1260830; Great Britain: EP0855041; Greece: EP0855041; Ireland:
perform conventional correlation operations on the received SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; EP0855041; Italy: EP1260830; Italy: EP0855041; Netherlands: EP1260830; Netherlands: EP0855041; Portugal:
pseudorandom sequences to determine pseudoranges from the SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008; EP0855041; Spain: EP1260830; Spain: EP0855041; Sweden: EP1260830; Sweden: EP0855041
GPS receiver to the GPS satellites. The GPS receiver also includes SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
second circuitry coupled to the first circuitry. The second circuitry SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
is configured to receive and process the pseudorandom SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
sequences during blockage conditions. The second circuitry SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
processes the pseudorandom sequences by digitizing and storing SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
a predetermined record length of the received sequences and SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
then performing fast convolution operations on the stored data SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
to determine the pseudoranges. The GPS receiver may have a SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
common circuitry for receiving GPS signals from in view satellites SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
and downconverting the RF frequency of the received GPS signals SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
to an intermediate frequency (IF). The IF signals are split into two SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
signal paths; a first of which provides the conventional con- SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.030;
elation processing to calculate the pseudoranges. During SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.080;
blockage conditions, the IF signal is passed to the second signal SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 29.002;
path wherein the IF signals are digitized and stored in memory SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
and later processed using the fast convolution operations to SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
provide the pseudoranges. Alternative arrangements for the two SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
signal paths include separate downconverters or shared SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
digitizers. One embodiment provides both signal paths on a single SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
integrated circuit with shared circuitry executing computer SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
readable instructions to perform GPS signal processing SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
appropriate to the reception conditions. SDO: ETSI Project: LCS Spec: TS 44.031;
6272430 GPS Receiver and Method A global positioning system (GPS) receiver has first circuitry for SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 5884214; United States: 6272430; United States: 6104340; United States: 6542821; United States:
for Processing GPS Signals receiving and processing pseudorandom sequences transmitted SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; 6725159; Finland: EP1260830; Finland: EP0855041; France: EP1260830; France: EP0855041; Germany: EP1260830;
by a number of GPS satellites. The first circuitry is configured to SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; Germany: EP0855041; Great Britain: EP1260830; Great Britain: EP0855041; Greece: EP0855041; Ireland:
perform conventional correlation operations on the received SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; EP0855041; Italy: EP1260830; Italy: EP0855041; Netherlands: EP1260830; Netherlands: EP0855041; Portugal:
pseudorandom sequences to determine pseudoranges from the SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008; EP0855041; Spain: EP1260830; Spain: EP0855041; Sweden: EP1260830; Sweden: EP0855041
GPS receiver to the GPS satellites. The GPS receiver also includes SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
second circuitry coupled to the first circuitry. The second circuitry SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
is configured to receive and process the pseudorandom SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
sequences during blockage conditions. The second circuitry SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
processes the pseudorandom sequences by digitizing and storing SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
a predetermined record length of the received sequences and SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
then performing fast convolution operations on the stored data SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
to determine the pseudoranges. The GPS receiver may have a SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
common circuitry for receiving GPS signals from in view satellites SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
and downconverting the RF frequency of the received GPS signals SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
to an intermediate frequency (IF). The IF signals are split into two SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
signal paths; a first of which provides the conventional con- SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.030;
elation processing to calculate the pseudoranges. During SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.080;
blockage conditions, the IF signal is passed to the second signal SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 29.002;
path wherein the IF signals are digitized and stored in memory SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
and later processed using the fast convolution operations to SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
provide the pseudoranges. Alternative arrangements for the two SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
signal paths include separate downconverters or shared SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
digitizers. One embodiment provides both signal paths on a single SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
integrated circuit with shared circuitry executing computer SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
readable instructions to perform GPS signal processing SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
appropriate to the reception conditions. SDO: ETSI Project: LCS Spec: TS 44.031;

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5884214 GPS Receiver and Method A global positioning system (GPS) receiver has first circuitry for SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 5884214; United States: 6272430; United States: 6104340; United States: 6542821; United States:
for Processing GPS Signals receiving and processing pseudorandom sequences transmitted SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; 6725159; Finland: EP1260830; Finland: EP0855041; France: EP1260830; France: EP0855041; Germany: EP1260830;
by a number of GPS satellites. The first circuitry is configured to SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; Germany: EP0855041; Great Britain: EP1260830; Great Britain: EP0855041; Greece: EP0855041; Ireland:
perform conventional correlation operations on the received SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; EP0855041; Italy: EP1260830; Italy: EP0855041; Netherlands: EP1260830; Netherlands: EP0855041; Portugal:
pseudorandom sequences to determine pseudoranges from the SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008; EP0855041; Spain: EP1260830; Spain: EP0855041; Sweden: EP1260830; Sweden: EP0855041
GPS receiver to the GPS satellites. The GPS receiver also includes SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
second circuitry coupled to the first circuitry. The second circuitry SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
is configured to receive and process the pseudorandom SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
sequences during blockage conditions. The second circuitry SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
processes the pseudorandom sequences by digitizing and storing SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
a predetermined record length of the received sequences and SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
then performing fast convolution operations on the stored data SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
to determine the pseudoranges. The GPS receiver may have a SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
common circuitry for receiving GPS signals from in view satellites SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
and downconverting the RF frequency of the received GPS signals SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
to an intermediate frequency (IF). The IF signals are split into two SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
signal paths; a first of which provides the conventional con- SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.030;
elation processing to calculate the pseudoranges. During SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.080;
blockage conditions, the IF signal is passed to the second signal SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 29.002;
path wherein the IF signals are digitized and stored in memory SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
and later processed using the fast convolution operations to SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
provide the pseudoranges. Alternative arrangements for the two SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
signal paths include separate downconverters or shared SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
digitizers. One embodiment provides both signal paths on a single SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
integrated circuit with shared circuitry executing computer SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
readable instructions to perform GPS signal processing SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
appropriate to the reception conditions. SDO: ETSI Project: LCS Spec: TS 44.031;
6259399 IMPROVED GPS RECEIVERS A GPS receiver having multiple GPS antennas. Also described is a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 6259399
AND GARMENTS method of tracking employing the GPS receiver and a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ;
CONTAINING GPS RECEIVERS communication transmitter. Also described is a garment having a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071;
AND METHODS FOR USING GPS receiver and a GPS antenna and a communication antenna SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171;
THESE GPS RECEIVERS and a communication transmitter. SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.030;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.080;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 29.002;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
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5825327 GPS Receivers and Garments A GPS receiver having multiple GPS antennas. Also described is a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 5825327
Containing GPS Receivers method of tracking employing the GPS receiver and a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ;
and Methods for Using these communication transmitter. Also described is a garment having a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071;
GPS Receivers GPS receiver and a GPS antenna and a communication antenna SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171;
and a communication transmitter. SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.030;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.080;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 29.002;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: LCS Spec: TS 44.031;
6016119 Method and Apparatus for A positioning sensor receives and stores a predetermined record SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 6016119
Determining the Location of length of positioning signals while in a fix position located such SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ;
an Object which may have that the positioning sensor can receive positioning signals. SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071;
an Obstructed View of the Thereafter, the stored positioning signals are processed to SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171;
Sky determine the geographic location of the fix position. The fix SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008;
position may correspond to a location of an object of interest or it SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
may be in a known location relative to the position of the object, SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
in which case once the geographic location of the fix position has SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
been computed, the geographic location of the object can be SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
derived. The positioning sensor includes a Snapshot GPS receiver SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
which may collect and process GPS signals transmitted by GPS SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
satellites using fast convolution operations to compute SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
pseudoranges from the GPS satellites to the fix position. SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
Alternatively, these computations may be performed at a SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
basestation. The computed pseudoranges may then used to SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
determine the geographic location of the fix position. The SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
positioning sensor may be equipped with depth sensing means, SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.030;
such as a pressure sensor, which allows a determination of the SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.080;
depth of submerged object to be made. The positioning sensor SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 29.002;
may further be equipped with signal detecting means for SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
determining when the positioning sensor is in the fix position. SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
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5831574 Method and Apparatus for A positioning sensor receives and stores a predetermined record SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 5831574
Determining the Location of length of positioning signals while in a fix position located such SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ;
an Object which may have that the positioning sensor can receive positioning signals. SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071;
an Obstructed View of the Thereafter, the stored positioning signals are processed to SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171;
Sky determine the geographic location of the fix position. The fix SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008;
position may correspond to a location of an object of interest or it SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
may be in a known location relative to the position of the object, SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
in which case once the geographic location of the fix position has SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
been computed, the geographic location of the object can be SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
derived. The positioning sensor includes a Snapshot GPS receiver SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
which may collect and process GPS signals transmitted by GPS SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
satellites using fast convolution operations to compute SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
pseudoranges from the GPS satellites to the fix position. SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
Alternatively, these computations may be performed at a SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
basestation. The computed pseudoranges may then used to SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
determine the geographic location of the fix position. The SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
positioning sensor may be equipped with depth sensing means, SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.030;
such as a pressure sensor, which allows a determination of the SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.080;
depth of submerged object to be made. The positioning sensor SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 29.002;
may further be equipped with signal detecting means for SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
determining when the positioning sensor is in the fix position. SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: LCS Spec: TS 44.031;
6661372 Client-Server Based Remote A user accesses a server using a client. The client provides an SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 6131067; United States: 6661372
Locator Device identification code which serves to uniquely identify a remote SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ;
sensor. The remote sensor is capable of providing information SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071;
related to its position. The server interrogates the remote sensor SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171;
and, in response, the remote sensor transmits positioning data to SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008;
the server where it is analyzed to derive the location of the SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
remote sensor. The location so determined is transmitted from SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
the server to the client and is displayed at the client so that the SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
user can identify the location of the remote sensor. The client and SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
the server may be connected to a computer network and the SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
client may use a web browser to interrogate the server. The SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
remote sensor may be a SNAPSHOT GPS receiver or other GPS SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
receiver or positioning device. The user display may be a simple SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
position report, e.g., latitude and longitude, or a graphical report SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
which provides an indication of the remote sensor's location SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
superimposed on a map or other reference. SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.030;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.080;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 29.002;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
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6131067 Client-Server Based Remote A user accesses a server using a client. The client provides an SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 6131067; United States: 6661372
Locator Device identification code which serves to uniquely identify a remote SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ;
sensor. The remote sensor is capable of providing information SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071;
related to its position. The server interrogates the remote sensor SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171;
and, in response, the remote sensor transmits positioning data to SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008;
the server where it is analyzed to derive the location of the SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
remote sensor. The location so determined is transmitted from SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
the server to the client and is displayed at the client so that the SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
user can identify the location of the remote sensor. The client and SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
the server may be connected to a computer network and the SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
client may use a web browser to interrogate the server. The SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
remote sensor may be a SNAPSHOT GPS receiver or other GPS SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
receiver or positioning device. The user display may be a simple SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
position report, e.g., latitude and longitude, or a graphical report SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
which provides an indication of the remote sensor's location SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
superimposed on a map or other reference. SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.030;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.080;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 29.002;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: LCS Spec: TS 44.031;
6239742 Method and Apparatus for A method and apparatus for measuring time related to satellite SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 5812087; United States: 6052081; United States: 6239742; China P.R.: ZL98802276.1; Brazil:
Satellite Positioning System data messages which are used with satellite positioning systems SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; PI9807295-1; Brazil: PI9816304-3; Denmark: EP0958530; Finland: EP0958530; France: EP0958530; Germany:
Based Time Measurement (SPS). In one method, a first record of at least a portion of a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; EP0958530; Great Britain: EP0958530; Greece: EP0958530; Hong Kong: HK1025156; Ireland: EP0958530; Japan:
satellite data message is received at an entity, which is typically a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; 4316676; Japan: 4757291; Portugal: EP0958530; Spain: EP0958530; Sweden: EP0958530; Switzerland: EP0958530
basestation. The first record is compared with a second record of SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008;
the satellite data message, where the first record and the second SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
record overlap at least partially in time. Then a time is SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
determined from this comparison, and this time indicates when SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
the first record (or the source from which the first record was SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
obtained) was received at a remote entity which is typically a SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
mobile SPS receiver. Various other methods of the invention are SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
described and various apparatuses of the invention are also SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
described. The methods and apparatuses measure time of day SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
using SPS signals without reading the satellite data messages SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
which are transmitted as data within these signals. The methods SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
and apparatuses are suitable for situations in which the received SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
signal level is too weak to allow reading of the satellite data SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
messages. SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
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6052081 Method and Apparatus for A method and apparatus for measuring time related to satellite SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 5812087; United States: 6052081; United States: 6239742; China P.R.: ZL98802276.1; Brazil:
Satellite Positioning System data messages which are used with satellite positioning systems SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; PI9807295-1; Brazil: PI9816304-3; Denmark: EP0958530; Finland: EP0958530; France: EP0958530; Germany:
Based Time Measurement (SPS). In one method, a first record of at least a portion of a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; EP0958530; Great Britain: EP0958530; Greece: EP0958530; Hong Kong: HK1025156; Ireland: EP0958530; Japan:
satellite data message is received at an entity, which is typically a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; 4316676; Japan: 4757291; Portugal: EP0958530; Spain: EP0958530; Sweden: EP0958530; Switzerland: EP0958530
basestation. The first record is compared with a second record of SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008;
the satellite data message, where the first record and the second SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
record overlap at least partially in time. Then a time is SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
determined from this comparison, and this time indicates when SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
the first record (or the source from which the first record was SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
obtained) was received at a remote entity which is typically a SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
mobile SPS receiver. Various other methods of the invention are SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
described and various apparatuses of the invention are also SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
described. The methods and apparatuses measure time of day SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
using SPS signals without reading the satellite data messages SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
which are transmitted as data within these signals. The methods SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
and apparatuses are suitable for situations in which the received SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
signal level is too weak to allow reading of the satellite data SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
messages. SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec:
5812087 Method and Apparatus for A method and apparatus for measuring time related to satellite SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 5812087; United States: 6052081; United States: 6239742; China P.R.: ZL98802276.1; Brazil:
Satellite Positioning System data messages which are used with satellite positioning systems SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; PI9807295-1; Brazil: PI9816304-3; Denmark: EP0958530; Finland: EP0958530; France: EP0958530; Germany:
Based Time Measurement (SPS). In one method, a first record of at least a portion of a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; EP0958530; Great Britain: EP0958530; Greece: EP0958530; Hong Kong: HK1025156; Ireland: EP0958530; Japan:
satellite data message is received at an entity, which is typically a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; 4316676; Japan: 4757291; Portugal: EP0958530; Spain: EP0958530; Sweden: EP0958530; Switzerland: EP0958530
basestation. The first record is compared with a second record of SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008;
the satellite data message, where the first record and the second SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
record overlap at least partially in time. Then a time is SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
determined from this comparison, and this time indicates when SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
the first record (or the source from which the first record was SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
obtained) was received at a remote entity which is typically a SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
mobile SPS receiver. Various other methods of the invention are SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
described and various apparatuses of the invention are also SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
described. The methods and apparatuses measure time of day SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
using SPS signals without reading the satellite data messages SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
which are transmitted as data within these signals. The methods SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
and apparatuses are suitable for situations in which the received SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
signal level is too weak to allow reading of the satellite data SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
messages. SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
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ZL98802276.1 Method and Apparatus for A method and apparatus for measuring time related to satellite SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 5812087; United States: 6052081; United States: 6239742; China P.R.: ZL98802276.1; Brazil:
Satellite Positioning System data messages which are used with satellite positioning systems SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; PI9807295-1; Brazil: PI9816304-3; Denmark: EP0958530; Finland: EP0958530; France: EP0958530; Germany:
Based Time Measurement (SPS). In one method, a first record of at least a portion of a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; EP0958530; Great Britain: EP0958530; Greece: EP0958530; Hong Kong: HK1025156; Ireland: EP0958530; Japan:
satellite data message is received at an entity, which is typically a
SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; 4316676; Japan: 4757291; Portugal: EP0958530; Spain: EP0958530; Sweden: EP0958530; Switzerland: EP0958530
basestation. The first record is compared with a second record ofSDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008;
the satellite data message, where the first record and the secondSDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
record overlap at least partially in time. Then a time is SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
determined from this comparison, and this time indicates when SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
the first record (or the source from which the first record was SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
obtained) was received at a remote entity which is typically a SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
mobile SPS receiver. Various other methods of the invention are SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
described and various apparatuses of the invention are also SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
described. The methods and apparatuses measure time of day SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
using SPS signals without reading the satellite data messages SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
which are transmitted as data within these signals. The methods SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
and apparatuses are suitable for situations in which the receivedSDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
signal level is too weak to allow reading of the satellite data SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
messages. SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec:
6433734 Method and Apparatus for A method and apparatus of determining the time for a global SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 5945944; United States: 6150980; United States: 6433734; Belgium: EP0941487; Belgium:
Determining Time for GPS positioning system receiver is disclosed. Timing signals derived SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; EP1262790; Denmark: EP0941487; European Patent Convention: EP2020608; Finland: EP1262790; Finland:
Receivers from a communication system, such as cellular phone SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; EP0941487; France: EP1262790; France: EP0941487; Germany: EP1262790; Germany: EP0941487; Great Britain:
transmission signals, are received by a GPS receiver and decoded SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; EP1262790; Great Britain: EP0941487; Greece: EP0941487; Hong Kong: HK1126281; Hong Kong: HK1024060;
to provide accurate time information. The timing signals may be SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008; Ireland: EP1262790; Ireland: EP0941487; Italy: EP1262790; Italy: EP0941487; Japan: 2001-505665; Japan: 5015615;
in the form of synchronized events marked by timing indicators, SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331; Liechtenstein: EP1262790; Liechtenstein: EP0941487; Netherlands: EP1262790; Netherlands: EP0941487; Portugal:
or as system time information. The timing signals in combination SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413; EP0941487; Republic of Korea: 10-0573397; Spain: EP1262790; Spain: EP0941487; Sweden: EP1262790; Sweden:
with satellite position signals received by the GPS receiver are SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430; EP0941487; Switzerland: EP0941487; Switzerland: EP1262790
used to determine the position of the GPS receiver. SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.030;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.080;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 29.002;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
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6150980 Method and Apparatus for A method and apparatus of determining the time for a global SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 5945944; United States: 6150980; United States: 6433734; Belgium: EP0941487; Belgium:
Determining Time for GPS positioning system receiver is disclosed. Timing signals derived SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; EP1262790; Denmark: EP0941487; European Patent Convention: EP2020608; Finland: EP1262790; Finland:
Receivers from a communication system, such as cellular phone SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; EP0941487; France: EP1262790; France: EP0941487; Germany: EP1262790; Germany: EP0941487; Great Britain:
transmission signals, are received by a GPS receiver and decoded SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; EP1262790; Great Britain: EP0941487; Greece: EP0941487; Hong Kong: HK1126281; Hong Kong: HK1024060;
to provide accurate time information. The timing signals may be SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008; Ireland: EP1262790; Ireland: EP0941487; Italy: EP1262790; Italy: EP0941487; Japan: 2001-505665; Japan: 5015615;
in the form of synchronized events marked by timing indicators, SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331; Liechtenstein: EP1262790; Liechtenstein: EP0941487; Netherlands: EP1262790; Netherlands: EP0941487; Portugal:
or as system time information. The timing signals in combination SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413; EP0941487; Republic of Korea: 10-0573397; Spain: EP1262790; Spain: EP0941487; Sweden: EP1262790; Sweden:
with satellite position signals received by the GPS receiver are SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430; EP0941487; Switzerland: EP0941487; Switzerland: EP1262790
used to determine the position of the GPS receiver. SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.030;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.080;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 29.002;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: LCS Spec: TS 44.031;
5945944 Method and Apparatus for A method and apparatus of determining the time for a global SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 5945944; United States: 6150980; United States: 6433734; Belgium: EP0941487; Belgium:
Determining Time for GPS positioning system receiver is disclosed. Timing signals derived SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; EP1262790; Denmark: EP0941487; European Patent Convention: EP2020608; Finland: EP1262790; Finland:
Receivers from a communication system, such as cellular phone SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; EP0941487; France: EP1262790; France: EP0941487; Germany: EP1262790; Germany: EP0941487; Great Britain:
transmission signals, are received by a GPS receiver and decoded SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; EP1262790; Great Britain: EP0941487; Greece: EP0941487; Hong Kong: HK1126281; Hong Kong: HK1024060;
to provide accurate time information. The timing signals may be SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008; Ireland: EP1262790; Ireland: EP0941487; Italy: EP1262790; Italy: EP0941487; Japan: 2001-505665; Japan: 5015615;
in the form of synchronized events marked by timing indicators, SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331; Liechtenstein: EP1262790; Liechtenstein: EP0941487; Netherlands: EP1262790; Netherlands: EP0941487; Portugal:
or as system time information. The timing signals in combination SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413; EP0941487; Republic of Korea: 10-0573397; Spain: EP1262790; Spain: EP0941487; Sweden: EP1262790; Sweden:
with satellite position signals received by the GPS receiver are SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430; EP0941487; Switzerland: EP0941487; Switzerland: EP1262790
used to determine the position of the GPS receiver. SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.030;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.080;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 29.002;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
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6236354 Reducing Satellite Signal A method and apparatus is disclosed for reducing cross- SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 6236354
Interference in a Global interference between received satellite signals in a satellite SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071;
Positioning System Receiver positioning system receiver. A satellite positioning receiver SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171;
receives satellite signals from a plurality of satellites. Spurious SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008;
signals when processing a weak received satellite signal due to SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
interference by a stronger received signal are reduced by SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
estimating certain characteristics of the stronger signal, creating SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
an interference waveform based on these estimated SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
characteristics, and subtracting this interference waveform from SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
a set of correlation outputs for the weaker signal to remove the SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
interference effects of the stronger signal. Alternatively, a subsetSDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
of these correlation outputs are ignored where the interference SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
waveform produces strong spurious signals. SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 5 Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 99 Spec: TS 25 331
6107960 Reducing Cross-Interference A method and apparatus is disclosed for reducing cross- SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 6107960; Belgium: EP1051638; Finland: EP1051638; France: EP1051638; Germany: EP1051638;
in a Combined GPS Receiver interference in a combined satellite positioning system receiver SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; Great Britain: EP1051638; Ireland: EP1051638; Italy: EP1051638; Japan: 4859273; Netherlands: EP1051638; Spain:
and Communication System and communication transceiver device. A control signal is SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; EP1051638; Sweden: EP1051638
transmitted from the communication transceiver to the satellite SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008;
positioning system receiver when the communication transceiver SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
transmits data at a high power level over a communication link. SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
The control signal causes satellite positioning system signals from SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
satellites to be blocked from the receiving circuits of the satellite SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
positioning system receiver, or to be disregarded by the SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
processing circuits of the satellite positioning system receiver. SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
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6411254 Satellite Positioning Methods and apparatuses which use satellite position system SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 6215441; United States: 6411254; China P.R.: ZL99807934.0; Australia: 2003246306; Australia:
Reference System and (SPS) reference receivers. In one example of the invention, a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; 2004200563; Belgium: EP1075665; Brazil: PI9909982-9; Canada: 2330575; Finland: EP1075665; Finland: 109842;
Method plurality of SPS reference receivers, such as Global Positioning SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; France: EP1075665; Germany: EP1075665; Great Britain: EP1075665; Hong Kong: HK1036106; India: 222282; India:
System (GPS) reference receivers, each having a known position, SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; 229029; Indonesia: ID0014146; Ireland: EP1075665; Israel: 139253; Italy: EP1075665; Japan: 4933490; Japan:
are dispersed over a geographical region. Each of the SPS SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008; 5362539; Japan: 5518770; Mexico: 228953; Netherlands: EP1075665; Republic of Korea: 10-0644112; Singapore:
reference receivers transmits into a communication network, a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331; 76875; Spain: EP1075665; Sweden: EP1075665
representation of at least a portion of a satellite navigation SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
message, such as satellite ephemeris data, received from SPS SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
satellites in view of the particular SPS reference receiver. A SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
plurality of digital processing systems, such as a first and a second SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
digital processing systems, are coupled to the communication SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
network to receive the satellite ephemeris data which is SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
transmitted through the communication network. SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.030;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.080;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 29.002;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: LCS Spec: TS 44.031;
6215441 Satellite Positioning Methods and apparatuses which use satellite position system SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 6215441; United States: 6411254; China P.R.: ZL99807934.0; Australia: 2003246306; Australia:
Reference System and (SPS) reference receivers. In one example of the invention, a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; 2004200563; Belgium: EP1075665; Brazil: PI9909982-9; Canada: 2330575; Finland: EP1075665; Finland: 109842;
Method plurality of SPS reference receivers, such as Global Positioning SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; France: EP1075665; Germany: EP1075665; Great Britain: EP1075665; Hong Kong: HK1036106; India: 222282; India:
System (GPS) reference receivers, each having a known position, SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; 229029; Indonesia: ID0014146; Ireland: EP1075665; Israel: 139253; Italy: EP1075665; Japan: 4933490; Japan:
are dispersed over a geographical region. Each of the SPS SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008; 5362539; Japan: 5518770; Mexico: 228953; Netherlands: EP1075665; Republic of Korea: 10-0644112; Singapore:
reference receivers transmits into a communication network, a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331; 76875; Spain: EP1075665; Sweden: EP1075665
representation of at least a portion of a satellite navigation SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
message, such as satellite ephemeris data, received from SPS SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
satellites in view of the particular SPS reference receiver. A SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
plurality of digital processing systems, such as a first and a second SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
digital processing systems, are coupled to the communication SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
network to receive the satellite ephemeris data which is SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
transmitted through the communication network. SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.030;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.080;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 29.002;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: LCS Spec: TS 44.031;

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ZL99807934.0 Satellite Positioning Methods and apparatuses which use satellite position system SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 6215441; United States: 6411254; China P.R.: ZL99807934.0; Australia: 2003246306; Australia:
Reference System and (SPS) reference receivers. In one example of the invention, a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; 2004200563; Belgium: EP1075665; Brazil: PI9909982-9; Canada: 2330575; Finland: EP1075665; Finland: 109842;
Method plurality of SPS reference receivers, such as Global Positioning SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; France: EP1075665; Germany: EP1075665; Great Britain: EP1075665; Hong Kong: HK1036106; India: 222282; India:
System (GPS) reference receivers, each having a known position, SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; 229029; Indonesia: ID0014146; Ireland: EP1075665; Israel: 139253; Italy: EP1075665; Japan: 4933490; Japan:
are dispersed over a geographical region. Each of the SPS SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008; 5362539; Japan: 5518770; Mexico: 228953; Netherlands: EP1075665; Republic of Korea: 10-0644112; Singapore:
reference receivers transmits into a communication network, a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331; 76875; Spain: EP1075665; Sweden: EP1075665
representation of at least a portion of a satellite navigation SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
message, such as satellite ephemeris data, received from SPS SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
satellites in view of the particular SPS reference receiver. A SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
plurality of digital processing systems, such as a first and a second SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
digital processing systems, are coupled to the communication SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
network to receive the satellite ephemeris data which is SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
transmitted through the communication network. SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.030;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.080;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 29.002;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: LCS Spec: TS 44.031;
6185427 Distributed Satellite Position A system and method for processing in a distributed manner SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 6185427
System Processing and satellite position system (SPS) information. In one example of the SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ;
Application Network invention, a first mobile SPS receiver receives SPS signals from a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071;
plurality of SPS satellites and transmits a position information to a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171;
wireless cell based station which is coupled to a first SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008;
communication network. The wireless cell based station is SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
coupled to a first digital processing system which receives the SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
position information from the wireless cell based station and SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
calculates a location of the first mobile SPS receiver based upon SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
the position information. The first digital processing transmits this SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
location, usually without any presentation of this location on the SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
first digital processing system, to a remotely located application SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
digital processing system which presents the location to a user of SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
the application digital processing system. SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.030;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.080;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 29.002;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
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6307504 Method and System for A method and apparatus for determining a position of a mobile SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 6061018; United States: 6307504; China P.R.: ZL99808172.8; China P.R.: ZL200510066821.6; China
Using Altitude Information in satellite positioning system (SPS) receiver. In one example of a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; P.R.: ZL200510066822.0; Australia: 763226; Belgium: EP1840591; Belgium: EP1840592; Brazil: PI9910229-3;
a Satellite Positioning System method, a cell object information is determined; this cell object SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; Canada: 2331709; Finland: EP1145035; Finland: EP1840591; Finland: EP1840592; France: EP1145035; France:
information comprises at least one of a cell object location or a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008; EP1840591; France: EP1840592; Germany: EP1145035; Germany: EP1840591; Germany: EP1840592; Germany:
cell object identification. An altitude is determined from the cell SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331; EP2144079; Great Britain: EP1145035; Great Britain: EP1840591; Great Britain: EP1840592; Great Britain:
object information which is selected based upon a cell site SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413; EP2144079; Hong Kong: HK1140266; Hong Kong: HK1049044; Hong Kong: HK1079849; Hong Kong: HK1079850;
transmitter which is in wireless communication with a cell based SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430; India: 221693; Indonesia: ID0027162; Ireland: EP1840591; Ireland: EP1840592; Israel: 159182; Israel: 139469; Italy:
communication system which is coupled to (and typically SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453; EP1145035; Italy: EP1840591; Italy: EP1840592; Japan: 4938172; Japan: 4965535; Japan: 5410303; Japan: 5792002;
integrated with) the mobile SPS receiver. The position of the SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071; Mexico: 223912; Netherlands: EP1840591; Netherlands: EP1840592; Republic of Korea: 10-0622329; Singapore:
mobile SPS receiver is calculated using the altitude which is SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171; 76717; Spain: EP1145035; Spain: EP1840591; Spain: EP1840592; Sweden: EP1145035; Sweden: EP1840591;
determined from the cell object information. In another example SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008; Sweden: EP1840592
of a method, an altitude pseudomeasurement is determined from SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
an estimate of an altitude of the mobile SPS receiver. This SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
estimate of the altitude may be from a cell based information SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
source in a cell based system or may be an average altitude of the SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
area of radio coverage of a wireless basestation in the non-cell SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
based system. The altitude pseudomeasurement may be used as SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
a redundant measurement with fault detection and isolation SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
techniques to determine whether at least one pseudorange has a SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
faulty condition. Alternatively (or in addition), a comparison of SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
the estimated altitude to a calculated altitude determines a SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
condition of at least one pseudorange between an SPS satellite SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
and the mobile SPS receiver. In one embodiment of this example,
the position is determined from a position solution algorithm, and
if the condition is a first state (not a fault state) the at least one
pseudorange is used in the position solution algorithm

6061018 Method and System for A method and apparatus for determining a position of a mobile SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 6061018; United States: 6307504; China P.R.: ZL99808172.8; China P.R.: ZL200510066821.6; China
Using Altitude Information in satellite positioning system (SPS) receiver. In one example of a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; P.R.: ZL200510066822.0; Australia: 763226; Belgium: EP1840591; Belgium: EP1840592; Brazil: PI9910229-3;
a Satellite Positioning System method, a cell object information is determined; this cell object SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; Canada: 2331709; Finland: EP1145035; Finland: EP1840591; Finland: EP1840592; France: EP1145035; France:
information comprises at least one of a cell object location or a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008; EP1840591; France: EP1840592; Germany: EP1145035; Germany: EP1840591; Germany: EP1840592; Germany:
cell object identification. An altitude is determined from the cell SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331; EP2144079; Great Britain: EP1145035; Great Britain: EP1840591; Great Britain: EP1840592; Great Britain:
object information which is selected based upon a cell site SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413; EP2144079; Hong Kong: HK1140266; Hong Kong: HK1049044; Hong Kong: HK1079849; Hong Kong: HK1079850;
transmitter which is in wireless communication with a cell based SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430; India: 221693; Indonesia: ID0027162; Ireland: EP1840591; Ireland: EP1840592; Israel: 159182; Israel: 139469; Italy:
communication system which is coupled to (and typically SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453; EP1145035; Italy: EP1840591; Italy: EP1840592; Japan: 4938172; Japan: 4965535; Japan: 5410303; Japan: 5792002;
integrated with) the mobile SPS receiver. The position of the SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071; Mexico: 223912; Netherlands: EP1840591; Netherlands: EP1840592; Republic of Korea: 10-0622329; Singapore:
mobile SPS receiver is calculated using the altitude which is SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171; 76717; Spain: EP1145035; Spain: EP1840591; Spain: EP1840592; Sweden: EP1145035; Sweden: EP1840591;
determined from the cell object information. In another example SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008; Sweden: EP1840592
of a method, an altitude pseudomeasurement is determined from SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
an estimate of an altitude of the mobile SPS receiver. This SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
estimate of the altitude may be from a cell based information SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
source in a cell based system or may be an average altitude of the SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
area of radio coverage of a wireless basestation in the non-cell SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
based system. The altitude pseudomeasurement may be used as SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
a redundant measurement with fault detection and isolation SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
techniques to determine whether at least one pseudorange has a SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
faulty condition. Alternatively (or in addition), a comparison of SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
the estimated altitude to a calculated altitude determines a SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
condition of at least one pseudorange between an SPS satellite SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
and the mobile SPS receiver. In one embodiment of this example,
the position is determined from a position solution algorithm, and
if the condition is a first state (not a fault state) the at least one
pseudorange is used in the position solution algorithm

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ZL200510066822.0 Method and System for A method and apparatus for determining a position of a mobile SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 6061018; United States: 6307504; China P.R.: ZL99808172.8; China P.R.: ZL200510066821.6; China
Using Altitude Information in satellite positioning system (SPS) receiver. In one example of a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; P.R.: ZL200510066822.0; Australia: 763226; Belgium: EP1840591; Belgium: EP1840592; Brazil: PI9910229-3;
a Satellite Positioning System method, a cell object information is determined; this cell object SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; Canada: 2331709; Finland: EP1145035; Finland: EP1840591; Finland: EP1840592; France: EP1145035; France:
information comprises at least one of a cell object location or a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008; EP1840591; France: EP1840592; Germany: EP1145035; Germany: EP1840591; Germany: EP1840592; Germany:
cell object identification. An altitude is determined from the cell SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331; EP2144079; Great Britain: EP1145035; Great Britain: EP1840591; Great Britain: EP1840592; Great Britain:
object information which is selected based upon a cell site SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413; EP2144079; Hong Kong: HK1140266; Hong Kong: HK1049044; Hong Kong: HK1079849; Hong Kong: HK1079850;
transmitter which is in wireless communication with a cell based SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430; India: 221693; Indonesia: ID0027162; Ireland: EP1840591; Ireland: EP1840592; Israel: 159182; Israel: 139469; Italy:
communication system which is coupled to (and typically SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453; EP1145035; Italy: EP1840591; Italy: EP1840592; Japan: 4938172; Japan: 4965535; Japan: 5410303; Japan: 5792002;
integrated with) the mobile SPS receiver. The position of the SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071; Mexico: 223912; Netherlands: EP1840591; Netherlands: EP1840592; Republic of Korea: 10-0622329; Singapore:
mobile SPS receiver is calculated using the altitude which is SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171; 76717; Spain: EP1145035; Spain: EP1840591; Spain: EP1840592; Sweden: EP1145035; Sweden: EP1840591;
determined from the cell object information. In another example SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008; Sweden: EP1840592
of a method, an altitude pseudomeasurement is determined from SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
an estimate of an altitude of the mobile SPS receiver. This SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
estimate of the altitude may be from a cell based information SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
source in a cell based system or may be an average altitude of the SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
area of radio coverage of a wireless basestation in the non-cell SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
based system. The altitude pseudomeasurement may be used as SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
a redundant measurement with fault detection and isolation SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
techniques to determine whether at least one pseudorange has a SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
faulty condition. Alternatively (or in addition), a comparison of SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
the estimated altitude to a calculated altitude determines a SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
condition of at least one pseudorange between an SPS satellite SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
and the mobile SPS receiver. In one embodiment of this example,
the position is determined from a position solution algorithm, and
if the condition is a first state (not a fault state) the at least one
pseudorange is used in the position solution algorithm

ZL200510066821.6 Method and System for A method and apparatus for determining a position of a mobile SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 6061018; United States: 6307504; China P.R.: ZL99808172.8; China P.R.: ZL200510066821.6; China
Using Altitude Information in satellite positioning system (SPS) receiver. In one example of a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; P.R.: ZL200510066822.0; Australia: 763226; Belgium: EP1840591; Belgium: EP1840592; Brazil: PI9910229-3;
a Satellite Positioning System method, a cell object information is determined; this cell object SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; Canada: 2331709; Finland: EP1145035; Finland: EP1840591; Finland: EP1840592; France: EP1145035; France:
information comprises at least one of a cell object location or a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008; EP1840591; France: EP1840592; Germany: EP1145035; Germany: EP1840591; Germany: EP1840592; Germany:
cell object identification. An altitude is determined from the cell SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331; EP2144079; Great Britain: EP1145035; Great Britain: EP1840591; Great Britain: EP1840592; Great Britain:
object information which is selected based upon a cell site SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413; EP2144079; Hong Kong: HK1140266; Hong Kong: HK1049044; Hong Kong: HK1079849; Hong Kong: HK1079850;
transmitter which is in wireless communication with a cell based SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430; India: 221693; Indonesia: ID0027162; Ireland: EP1840591; Ireland: EP1840592; Israel: 159182; Israel: 139469; Italy:
communication system which is coupled to (and typically SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453; EP1145035; Italy: EP1840591; Italy: EP1840592; Japan: 4938172; Japan: 4965535; Japan: 5410303; Japan: 5792002;
integrated with) the mobile SPS receiver. The position of the SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071; Mexico: 223912; Netherlands: EP1840591; Netherlands: EP1840592; Republic of Korea: 10-0622329; Singapore:
mobile SPS receiver is calculated using the altitude which is SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171; 76717; Spain: EP1145035; Spain: EP1840591; Spain: EP1840592; Sweden: EP1145035; Sweden: EP1840591;
determined from the cell object information. In another example SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008; Sweden: EP1840592
of a method, an altitude pseudomeasurement is determined from SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
an estimate of an altitude of the mobile SPS receiver. This SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
estimate of the altitude may be from a cell based information SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
source in a cell based system or may be an average altitude of the SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
area of radio coverage of a wireless basestation in the non-cell SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
based system. The altitude pseudomeasurement may be used as SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
a redundant measurement with fault detection and isolation SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
techniques to determine whether at least one pseudorange has a SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
faulty condition. Alternatively (or in addition), a comparison of SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
the estimated altitude to a calculated altitude determines a SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
condition of at least one pseudorange between an SPS satellite SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
and the mobile SPS receiver. In one embodiment of this example,
the position is determined from a position solution algorithm, and
if the condition is a first state (not a fault state) the at least one
pseudorange is used in the position solution algorithm

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ZL99808172.8 Method and System for A method and apparatus for determining a position of a mobile SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 6061018; United States: 6307504; China P.R.: ZL99808172.8; China P.R.: ZL200510066821.6; China
Using Altitude Information in satellite positioning system (SPS) receiver. In one example of a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; P.R.: ZL200510066822.0; Australia: 763226; Belgium: EP1840591; Belgium: EP1840592; Brazil: PI9910229-3;
a Satellite Positioning System method, a cell object information is determined; this cell object SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; Canada: 2331709; Finland: EP1145035; Finland: EP1840591; Finland: EP1840592; France: EP1145035; France:
information comprises at least one of a cell object location or a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008; EP1840591; France: EP1840592; Germany: EP1145035; Germany: EP1840591; Germany: EP1840592; Germany:
cell object identification. An altitude is determined from the cell SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331; EP2144079; Great Britain: EP1145035; Great Britain: EP1840591; Great Britain: EP1840592; Great Britain:
object information which is selected based upon a cell site SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413; EP2144079; Hong Kong: HK1140266; Hong Kong: HK1049044; Hong Kong: HK1079849; Hong Kong: HK1079850;
transmitter which is in wireless communication with a cell based SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430; India: 221693; Indonesia: ID0027162; Ireland: EP1840591; Ireland: EP1840592; Israel: 159182; Israel: 139469; Italy:
communication system which is coupled to (and typically SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453; EP1145035; Italy: EP1840591; Italy: EP1840592; Japan: 4938172; Japan: 4965535; Japan: 5410303; Japan: 5792002;
integrated with) the mobile SPS receiver. The position of the SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071; Mexico: 223912; Netherlands: EP1840591; Netherlands: EP1840592; Republic of Korea: 10-0622329; Singapore:
mobile SPS receiver is calculated using the altitude which is SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171; 76717; Spain: EP1145035; Spain: EP1840591; Spain: EP1840592; Sweden: EP1145035; Sweden: EP1840591;
determined from the cell object information. In another example SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008; Sweden: EP1840592
of a method, an altitude pseudomeasurement is determined from SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
an estimate of an altitude of the mobile SPS receiver. This SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
estimate of the altitude may be from a cell based information SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
source in a cell based system or may be an average altitude of the SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
area of radio coverage of a wireless basestation in the non-cell SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
based system. The altitude pseudomeasurement may be used as SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
a redundant measurement with fault detection and isolation SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
techniques to determine whether at least one pseudorange has a SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
faulty condition. Alternatively (or in addition), a comparison of SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
the estimated altitude to a calculated altitude determines a SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
condition of at least one pseudorange between an SPS satellite SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
and the mobile SPS receiver. In one embodiment of this example,
the position is determined from a position solution algorithm, and
if the condition is a first state (not a fault state) the at least one
pseudorange is used in the position solution algorithm

6104338 Method and Apparatus for A method and an apparatus for operating a satellite positioning SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 4 Spec: TS 25.331; United States: 6104338; China P.R.: ZL99808039.X; Australia: 749670; Belgium: EP1076834; Belgium: EP1873549;
Operating a Satellite system (SPS) receiver in a client/server architecture. In one Brazil: PI9911439-9; Canada: 2331684; Finland: EP1076834; Finland: EP1873549; France: EP1076834; France:
Positioning System Receiver example of a method, a first plurality of pseudoranges is EP1873549; Germany: EP1076834; Germany: EP1873549; Great Britain: EP1076834; Great Britain: EP1873549;
determined at a first time and a second plurality of pseudoranges Hong Kong: HK1036108; Hong Kong: HK1116871; India: 216405; Indonesia: ID0012285; Ireland: EP1873549; Israel:
is determined at a second time which is after the first time. The 139458; Italy: EP1076834; Italy: EP1873549; Japan: 5726420; Japan: 5558860; Mexico: 231724; Netherlands:
first and the second pluralities of pseudoranges are stored. After EP1076834; Netherlands: EP1873549; Republic of Korea: 10-0610132; Singapore: 76672; Spain: EP1076834; Spain:
the second time, the first and the second pluralities of EP1873549; Sweden: EP1076834; Sweden: EP1873549
pseudoranges are transmitted to a location server, normally in
one transmission. The location server then determines a first
position from the first plurality of pseudoranges and a second
position from the second plurality of pseudoranges. In one
particular example, the first and second pseudoranges are
transmitted in response to a predetermined type of event, and
the location server stores a collection of differential GPS data
which has been collected over time.

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ZL99808039.X Method and Apparatus for A method and an apparatus for operating a satellite positioning SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 4 Spec: TS 25.331; United States: 6104338; China P.R.: ZL99808039.X; Australia: 749670; Belgium: EP1076834; Belgium: EP1873549;
Operating a Satellite system (SPS) receiver in a client/server architecture. In one Brazil: PI9911439-9; Canada: 2331684; Finland: EP1076834; Finland: EP1873549; France: EP1076834; France:
Positioning System Receiver example of a method, a first plurality of pseudoranges is EP1873549; Germany: EP1076834; Germany: EP1873549; Great Britain: EP1076834; Great Britain: EP1873549;
determined at a first time and a second plurality of pseudoranges Hong Kong: HK1036108; Hong Kong: HK1116871; India: 216405; Indonesia: ID0012285; Ireland: EP1873549; Israel:
is determined at a second time which is after the first time. The 139458; Italy: EP1076834; Italy: EP1873549; Japan: 5726420; Japan: 5558860; Mexico: 231724; Netherlands:
first and the second pluralities of pseudoranges are stored. After EP1076834; Netherlands: EP1873549; Republic of Korea: 10-0610132; Singapore: 76672; Spain: EP1076834; Spain:
the second time, the first and the second pluralities of EP1873549; Sweden: EP1076834; Sweden: EP1873549
pseudoranges are transmitted to a location server, normally in
one transmission. The location server then determines a first
position from the first plurality of pseudoranges and a second
position from the second plurality of pseudoranges. In one
particular example, the first and second pseudoranges are
transmitted in response to a predetermined type of event, and
the location server stores a collection of differential GPS data
which has been collected over time.

5999124 Satellite Positioning System A method and apparatus for processing position information from SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 5999124; China P.R.: ZL99807553.1; Brazil: PI9909783-4; Canada: 2329619; France: EP1073913;
Augmentation with Wireless satellite positioning system satellites and from cellular based SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; France: EP2078966; Germany: EP1073913; Germany: EP2078966; Great Britain: EP1073913; Great Britain:
Communication Signals communication signals. In one example of a method according to SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; EP2078966; Hong Kong: HK1037233; India: 210625; Italy: EP1073913; Italy: EP2078966; Japan: 5026634; Japan:
the invention, a SPS receiver receives SPS signals from at least SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008; 5405334; Mexico: 224349; Republic of Korea: 10-0672265; Spain: EP1073913; Spain: EP2078966
one SPS satellite. This SPS receiver is coupled to and typically SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
integrated with a communication system which receives and SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
transmits messages in a cell based communication system. In this SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
method, a message is transmitted in the cell based SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
communication signals between a communication system and a SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
first cell based transceiver. A time measurement which SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
represents a time of travel of a message in the cell based SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
communication signals between the cell based transceiver and SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
the communication system is determined. Another time SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
measurement which represents a time of travel of the SPS signals SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
is also determined. A position of the SPS receiver is determined SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
from a combination of at least the time measurement which SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
represents the time of travel of a message in the cell based SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
communication signals and from a time measurement which SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
represents a time of travel of the SPS signals. The cell based SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
communication signals are capable of communicating data SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
messages in a two-way direction in one embodiment between SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
the cell based transceiver and the communication system. SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;

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ZL99807553.1 Satellite Positioning System A method and apparatus for processing position information from SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 5999124; China P.R.: ZL99807553.1; Brazil: PI9909783-4; Canada: 2329619; France: EP1073913;
Augmentation with Wireless satellite positioning system satellites and from cellular based SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; France: EP2078966; Germany: EP1073913; Germany: EP2078966; Great Britain: EP1073913; Great Britain:
Communication Signals communication signals. In one example of a method according to SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; EP2078966; Hong Kong: HK1037233; India: 210625; Italy: EP1073913; Italy: EP2078966; Japan: 5026634; Japan:
the invention, a SPS receiver receives SPS signals from at least SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008; 5405334; Mexico: 224349; Republic of Korea: 10-0672265; Spain: EP1073913; Spain: EP2078966
one SPS satellite. This SPS receiver is coupled to and typically SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
integrated with a communication system which receives and SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
transmits messages in a cell based communication system. In this SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
method, a message is transmitted in the cell based SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
communication signals between a communication system and a SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
first cell based transceiver. A time measurement which SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
represents a time of travel of a message in the cell based SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
communication signals between the cell based transceiver and SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
the communication system is determined. Another time SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
measurement which represents a time of travel of the SPS signals SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
is also determined. A position of the SPS receiver is determined SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
from a combination of at least the time measurement which SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
represents the time of travel of a message in the cell based SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
communication signals and from a time measurement which SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
represents a time of travel of the SPS signals. The cell based SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
communication signals are capable of communicating data SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
messages in a two-way direction in one embodiment between SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
the cell based transceiver and the communication system. SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;

6839021 Method and Apparatus for A method and apparatus for determining a reference time SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 6215442; United States: 6433731; United States: 6597311; United States: 6839021; China P.R.:
Determining Time in a associated with a satellite positioning system. In turn, the SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; ZL99807253.2; China P.R.: ZL200510003854.6; Brazil: PI9909673-0; Brazil: PI9917733-1; Brazil: PI9917732-3;
Satellite Positioning System reference time, in one embodiment, may be used to determine SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; Canada: 2328847; Canada: 2557823; Finland: EP2017640; France: EP1306688; France: EP1566655; France:
other navigational information. Such navigational information SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; EP2017640; Germany: EP1306688; Germany: EP2017640; Germany: EP1566655; Great Britain: EP1306688; Great
may include, for example, the location/position of a satellite SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008; Britain: EP1566655; Great Britain: EP2017640; Hong Kong: HK1036107; Hong Kong: HK1078136; Hong Kong:
positioning system (SPS) receiver. In one embodiment, a relative SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331; HK1083244; India: 239101; India: 234620; India: 237544; India: 202337; Italy: EP1306688; Italy: EP1566655; Italy:
velocity between an SPS receiver and a set of one or more SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413; EP2017640; Japan: 4727815; Japan: 4861379; Japan: 4843004; Mexico: 238780; Netherlands: EP2017640; Republic
satellites is used to determine an offset between time as SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430; of Korea: 10-0622327; Republic of Korea: 10-0749712; Spain: EP1306688; Spain: EP1566655; Spain: EP2017640;
indicated by the SPS receiver and the reference time. According SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453; Sweden: EP2017640
to another embodiment of the invention, an error statistic is used SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
to determine the reference time. According to yet another SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
embodiment of the invention, two records, each representing at SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
least a portion of a satellite message, are compared to determine SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
time. In one implementation, the SPS receiver is mobile and SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
operates in conjunction with a basestation to determine time SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
and/or other navigational information according to one or a SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
combination of the methods described. SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
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6597311 Method and Apparatus for A method and apparatus for determining a reference time SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 6215442; United States: 6433731; United States: 6597311; United States: 6839021; China P.R.:
Determining Time in a associated with a satellite positioning system. In turn, the SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; ZL99807253.2; China P.R.: ZL200510003854.6; Brazil: PI9909673-0; Brazil: PI9917733-1; Brazil: PI9917732-3;
Satellite Positioning System reference time, in one embodiment, may be used to determine SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; Canada: 2328847; Canada: 2557823; Finland: EP2017640; France: EP1306688; France: EP1566655; France:
other navigational information. Such navigational information SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; EP2017640; Germany: EP1306688; Germany: EP2017640; Germany: EP1566655; Great Britain: EP1306688; Great
may include, for example, the location/position of a satellite SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008; Britain: EP1566655; Great Britain: EP2017640; Hong Kong: HK1036107; Hong Kong: HK1078136; Hong Kong:
positioning system (SPS) receiver. In one embodiment, a relative SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331; HK1083244; India: 239101; India: 234620; India: 237544; India: 202337; Italy: EP1306688; Italy: EP1566655; Italy:
velocity between an SPS receiver and a set of one or more SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413; EP2017640; Japan: 4727815; Japan: 4861379; Japan: 4843004; Mexico: 238780; Netherlands: EP2017640; Republic
satellites is used to determine an offset between time as SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430; of Korea: 10-0622327; Republic of Korea: 10-0749712; Spain: EP1306688; Spain: EP1566655; Spain: EP2017640;
indicated by the SPS receiver and the reference time. According SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453; Sweden: EP2017640
to another embodiment of the invention, an error statistic is used SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
to determine the reference time. According to yet another SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
embodiment of the invention, two records, each representing at SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
least a portion of a satellite message, are compared to determine SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
time. In one implementation, the SPS receiver is mobile and SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
operates in conjunction with a basestation to determine time SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
and/or other navigational information according to one or a SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
combination of the methods described. SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec:
6433731 Method and Apparatus for A method and apparatus for determining a reference time SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 6215442; United States: 6433731; United States: 6597311; United States: 6839021; China P.R.:
Determining Time in a associated with a satellite positioning system. In turn, the SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; ZL99807253.2; China P.R.: ZL200510003854.6; Brazil: PI9909673-0; Brazil: PI9917733-1; Brazil: PI9917732-3;
Satellite Positioning System reference time, in one embodiment, may be used to determine SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; Canada: 2328847; Canada: 2557823; Finland: EP2017640; France: EP1306688; France: EP1566655; France:
other navigational information. Such navigational information SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; EP2017640; Germany: EP1306688; Germany: EP2017640; Germany: EP1566655; Great Britain: EP1306688; Great
may include, for example, the location/position of a satellite SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008; Britain: EP1566655; Great Britain: EP2017640; Hong Kong: HK1036107; Hong Kong: HK1078136; Hong Kong:
positioning system (SPS) receiver. In one embodiment, a relative SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331; HK1083244; India: 239101; India: 234620; India: 237544; India: 202337; Italy: EP1306688; Italy: EP1566655; Italy:
velocity between an SPS receiver and a set of one or more SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413; EP2017640; Japan: 4727815; Japan: 4861379; Japan: 4843004; Mexico: 238780; Netherlands: EP2017640; Republic
satellites is used to determine an offset between time as SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430; of Korea: 10-0622327; Republic of Korea: 10-0749712; Spain: EP1306688; Spain: EP1566655; Spain: EP2017640;
indicated by the SPS receiver and the reference time. According SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453; Sweden: EP2017640
to another embodiment of the invention, an error statistic is used SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
to determine the reference time. According to yet another SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
embodiment of the invention, two records, each representing at SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
least a portion of a satellite message, are compared to determine SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
time. In one implementation, the SPS receiver is mobile and SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
operates in conjunction with a basestation to determine time SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
and/or other navigational information according to one or a SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
combination of the methods described. SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
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6215442 Method and Apparatus for A method and apparatus for determining a reference time SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 6215442; United States: 6433731; United States: 6597311; United States: 6839021; China P.R.:
Determining Time in a associated with a satellite positioning system. In turn, the SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; ZL99807253.2; China P.R.: ZL200510003854.6; Brazil: PI9909673-0; Brazil: PI9917733-1; Brazil: PI9917732-3;
Satellite Positioning System reference time, in one embodiment, may be used to determine SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; Canada: 2328847; Canada: 2557823; Finland: EP2017640; France: EP1306688; France: EP1566655; France:
other navigational information. Such navigational information SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; EP2017640; Germany: EP1306688; Germany: EP2017640; Germany: EP1566655; Great Britain: EP1306688; Great
may include, for example, the location/position of a satellite SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008; Britain: EP1566655; Great Britain: EP2017640; Hong Kong: HK1036107; Hong Kong: HK1078136; Hong Kong:
positioning system (SPS) receiver. In one embodiment, a relative SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331; HK1083244; India: 239101; India: 234620; India: 237544; India: 202337; Italy: EP1306688; Italy: EP1566655; Italy:
velocity between an SPS receiver and a set of one or more SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413; EP2017640; Japan: 4727815; Japan: 4861379; Japan: 4843004; Mexico: 238780; Netherlands: EP2017640; Republic
satellites is used to determine an offset between time as SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430; of Korea: 10-0622327; Republic of Korea: 10-0749712; Spain: EP1306688; Spain: EP1566655; Spain: EP2017640;
indicated by the SPS receiver and the reference time. According SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453; Sweden: EP2017640
to another embodiment of the invention, an error statistic is used SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
to determine the reference time. According to yet another SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
embodiment of the invention, two records, each representing at SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
least a portion of a satellite message, are compared to determine SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
time. In one implementation, the SPS receiver is mobile and SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
operates in conjunction with a basestation to determine time SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
and/or other navigational information according to one or a SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
combination of the methods described. SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec:
ZL200510003854.6 Method and Apparatus for A method and apparatus for determining a reference time SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 6215442; United States: 6433731; United States: 6597311; United States: 6839021; China P.R.:
Determining Time in a associated with a satellite positioning system. In turn, the SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; ZL99807253.2; China P.R.: ZL200510003854.6; Brazil: PI9909673-0; Brazil: PI9917733-1; Brazil: PI9917732-3;
Satellite Positioning System reference time, in one embodiment, may be used to determine SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; Canada: 2328847; Canada: 2557823; Finland: EP2017640; France: EP1306688; France: EP1566655; France:
other navigational information. Such navigational information SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; EP2017640; Germany: EP1306688; Germany: EP2017640; Germany: EP1566655; Great Britain: EP1306688; Great
may include, for example, the location/position of a satellite SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008; Britain: EP1566655; Great Britain: EP2017640; Hong Kong: HK1036107; Hong Kong: HK1078136; Hong Kong:
positioning system (SPS) receiver. In one embodiment, a relative SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331; HK1083244; India: 239101; India: 234620; India: 237544; India: 202337; Italy: EP1306688; Italy: EP1566655; Italy:
velocity between an SPS receiver and a set of one or more SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413; EP2017640; Japan: 4727815; Japan: 4861379; Japan: 4843004; Mexico: 238780; Netherlands: EP2017640; Republic
satellites is used to determine an offset between time as SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430; of Korea: 10-0622327; Republic of Korea: 10-0749712; Spain: EP1306688; Spain: EP1566655; Spain: EP2017640;
indicated by the SPS receiver and the reference time. According SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453; Sweden: EP2017640
to another embodiment of the invention, an error statistic is used SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
to determine the reference time. According to yet another SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
embodiment of the invention, two records, each representing at SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
least a portion of a satellite message, are compared to determine SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
time. In one implementation, the SPS receiver is mobile and SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
operates in conjunction with a basestation to determine time SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
and/or other navigational information according to one or a SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
combination of the methods described. SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
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ZL99807253.2 Method and Apparatus for A method and apparatus for determining a reference time SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 6215442; United States: 6433731; United States: 6597311; United States: 6839021; China P.R.:
Determining Time in a associated with a satellite positioning system. In turn, the SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; ZL99807253.2; China P.R.: ZL200510003854.6; Brazil: PI9909673-0; Brazil: PI9917733-1; Brazil: PI9917732-3;
Satellite Positioning System reference time, in one embodiment, may be used to determine SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; Canada: 2328847; Canada: 2557823; Finland: EP2017640; France: EP1306688; France: EP1566655; France:
other navigational information. Such navigational information SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; EP2017640; Germany: EP1306688; Germany: EP2017640; Germany: EP1566655; Great Britain: EP1306688; Great
may include, for example, the location/position of a satellite SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008; Britain: EP1566655; Great Britain: EP2017640; Hong Kong: HK1036107; Hong Kong: HK1078136; Hong Kong:
positioning system (SPS) receiver. In one embodiment, a relative SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331; HK1083244; India: 239101; India: 234620; India: 237544; India: 202337; Italy: EP1306688; Italy: EP1566655; Italy:
velocity between an SPS receiver and a set of one or more SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413; EP2017640; Japan: 4727815; Japan: 4861379; Japan: 4843004; Mexico: 238780; Netherlands: EP2017640; Republic
satellites is used to determine an offset between time as SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430; of Korea: 10-0622327; Republic of Korea: 10-0749712; Spain: EP1306688; Spain: EP1566655; Spain: EP2017640;
indicated by the SPS receiver and the reference time. According SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453; Sweden: EP2017640
to another embodiment of the invention, an error statistic is used SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
to determine the reference time. According to yet another SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
embodiment of the invention, two records, each representing at SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
least a portion of a satellite message, are compared to determine SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
time. In one implementation, the SPS receiver is mobile and SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
operates in conjunction with a basestation to determine time SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
and/or other navigational information according to one or a SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
combination of the methods described. SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec:
6133874 Method and Apparatus for A method and an apparatus which acquire satellite positioning SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 6133874; China P.R.: ZL99811902.4; Australia: 755817; Belgium: EP1108223; Brazil: PI9912895-0;
Acquiring Satellite system (SPS) signals in an SPS receiver. Information on time of SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; Canada: 2339999; Canada: 2640651; Finland: EP1108223; France: EP1108223; Germany: EP1108223; Great Britain:
Positioning System Signals day, approximate receiver location, and satellite positions are SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; EP1108223; Hong Kong: HK1039981; India: 214463; Indonesia: ID0016941; Ireland: EP1108223; Israel: 141314;
used to reduce the time to search and acquire signals from one or SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; Italy: EP1108223; Japan: 5128732; Japan: 2012-163563; Japan: 2015-155908; Mexico: 238821; Netherlands:
more SPS satellites. In an example of a method of the invention, a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008; EP1108223; Republic of Korea: 10-0672266; Singapore: 78909; Spain: EP1108223; Sweden: EP1108223
first pseudorange to a first SPS satellite is determined, and an SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
approximate location of the SPS receiver is determined. An SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
estimated pseudorange for a second pseudorange to a second SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
SPS satellite is determined from the approximate location and a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
satellite position of the second SPS satellite. The SPS receiver SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
then searches for SPS signals from the second SPS satellite in a SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
range determined by the estimated pseudorange. Typically, this SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
method reduces the search time to initially acquire SPS signals SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
from the second SPS satellite, and the estimated pseudorange is SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
not based on a previously determined pseudorange for said SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
second SPS satellite. In a particular example of the invention, the SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
approximate location is determined from a cell based information SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.030;
source which correlates an identification of each of various SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.080;
wireless cell sites with an approximate location for objects within SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 29.002;
a cell of a wireless cell based communication system, such as a SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
cellular (or cell based) telephone system. In other examples of the SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
invention, relatively precise time of day information may be used SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
with information indicating satellite positions and information SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
indicating the approximate location to determine an estimated SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
pseudorange for a first SPS satellite to be acquired. SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: LCS Spec: TS 44.031;

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ZL99811902.4 Method and Apparatus for A method and an apparatus which acquire satellite positioning SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 6133874; China P.R.: ZL99811902.4; Australia: 755817; Belgium: EP1108223; Brazil: PI9912895-0;
Acquiring Satellite system (SPS) signals in an SPS receiver. Information on time of SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; Canada: 2339999; Canada: 2640651; Finland: EP1108223; France: EP1108223; Germany: EP1108223; Great Britain:
Positioning System Signals day, approximate receiver location, and satellite positions are SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; EP1108223; Hong Kong: HK1039981; India: 214463; Indonesia: ID0016941; Ireland: EP1108223; Israel: 141314;
used to reduce the time to search and acquire signals from one or SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; Italy: EP1108223; Japan: 5128732; Japan: 2012-163563; Japan: 2015-155908; Mexico: 238821; Netherlands:
more SPS satellites. In an example of a method of the invention, a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008; EP1108223; Republic of Korea: 10-0672266; Singapore: 78909; Spain: EP1108223; Sweden: EP1108223
first pseudorange to a first SPS satellite is determined, and an SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
approximate location of the SPS receiver is determined. An SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
estimated pseudorange for a second pseudorange to a second SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
SPS satellite is determined from the approximate location and a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
satellite position of the second SPS satellite. The SPS receiver SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
then searches for SPS signals from the second SPS satellite in a SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
range determined by the estimated pseudorange. Typically, this SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
method reduces the search time to initially acquire SPS signals SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
from the second SPS satellite, and the estimated pseudorange is SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
not based on a previously determined pseudorange for said SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
second SPS satellite. In a particular example of the invention, the SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
approximate location is determined from a cell based information SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.030;
source which correlates an identification of each of various SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.080;
wireless cell sites with an approximate location for objects within SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 29.002;
a cell of a wireless cell based communication system, such as a SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
cellular (or cell based) telephone system. In other examples of the SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
invention, relatively precise time of day information may be used SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
with information indicating satellite positions and information SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
indicating the approximate location to determine an estimated SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
pseudorange for a first SPS satellite to be acquired. SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: LCS Spec: TS 44.031;
6707422 Method and Apparatus for A method and apparatus is disclosed for measurement processing SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 6313786; United States: 6707422; China P.R.: ZL00805127.5; China P.R.: ZL200710089630.0; China
Measurement Processing of of Satellite Positioning System (SPS) signals. A plurality of SPS SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; P.R.: CN103698786; Brazil: PI0007834-4; Canada: 2359662; Canada: 2634677; Canada: 2634618; Finland:
Satellite Positioning System signals from a corresponding plurality of SPS satellites are SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; EP2037290; France: EP1166145; France: EP1775598; France: EP1788405; France: EP2037290; Germany:
(SPS) Signals received in an SPS receiver. The signal environment SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008; EP1166145; Germany: EP1775598; Germany: EP1788405; Germany: EP2037290; Great Britain: EP1166145; Great
corresponding to the location in which the SPS receiver is located SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331; Britain: EP1775598; Great Britain: EP1788405; Great Britain: EP2037290; Hong Kong: HK1108185; Hong Kong:
is characterized to produce signal environment data. In one SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413; HK1044377; India: 216413; Italy: EP1166145; Italy: EP1775598; Italy: EP1788405; Italy: EP2037290; Japan:
exemplary embodiment, an information source, such as a cellular SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430; 4270757; Japan: 5558683; Japan: 5377956; Japan: 2012-163566; Japan: 2014-206539; Mexico: 229201;
network based database, is searched to retrieve the signal SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453; Netherlands: EP2037290; Republic of Korea: 10-0732795; Spain: EP1166145; Spain: EP1775598; Spain: EP1788405;
environment data given an approximate location of the GPS SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071; Spain: EP2037290; Sweden: EP2037290
receiver. This approximate location may be specified by a location SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
of a cell site which is in cellular radio communication with a SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
cellular communication device which is co-located with the GPS SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
receiver. One or more parameters related to signal characteristics SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
of the satellite signals are defined. Threshold values for the SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
parameters are determined using the signal environment data. SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
Code phases corresponding to times of arrival of respective SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
satellite signals from the plurality of satellites are measured. The SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
data representing measured times of arrival are examined using SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
threshold values for the parameters to produce a set of times of SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
arrival from which a location fix for the GPS receiver is calculated. SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
Other methods and apparatuses for other embodiments of the SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
invention are also described. SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 5 Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 99 Spec: TS 25.331;

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Measurement Processing of of Satellite Positioning System (SPS) signals. A plurality of SPS SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; P.R.: CN103698786; Brazil: PI0007834-4; Canada: 2359662; Canada: 2634677; Canada: 2634618; Finland:
Satellite Positioning System signals from a corresponding plurality of SPS satellites are SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; EP2037290; France: EP1166145; France: EP1775598; France: EP1788405; France: EP2037290; Germany:
(SPS) Signals received in an SPS receiver. The signal environment SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008; EP1166145; Germany: EP1775598; Germany: EP1788405; Germany: EP2037290; Great Britain: EP1166145; Great
corresponding to the location in which the SPS receiver is located SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331; Britain: EP1775598; Great Britain: EP1788405; Great Britain: EP2037290; Hong Kong: HK1108185; Hong Kong:
is characterized to produce signal environment data. In one SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413; HK1044377; India: 216413; Italy: EP1166145; Italy: EP1775598; Italy: EP1788405; Italy: EP2037290; Japan:
exemplary embodiment, an information source, such as a cellular SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430; 4270757; Japan: 5558683; Japan: 5377956; Japan: 2012-163566; Japan: 2014-206539; Mexico: 229201;
network based database, is searched to retrieve the signal SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453; Netherlands: EP2037290; Republic of Korea: 10-0732795; Spain: EP1166145; Spain: EP1775598; Spain: EP1788405;
environment data given an approximate location of the GPS SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071; Spain: EP2037290; Sweden: EP2037290
receiver. This approximate location may be specified by a location SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
of a cell site which is in cellular radio communication with a SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
cellular communication device which is co-located with the GPS SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
receiver. One or more parameters related to signal characteristics SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
of the satellite signals are defined. Threshold values for the SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
parameters are determined using the signal environment data. SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
Code phases corresponding to times of arrival of respective SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
satellite signals from the plurality of satellites are measured. The SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
data representing measured times of arrival are examined using SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
threshold values for the parameters to produce a set of times of SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
arrival from which a location fix for the GPS receiver is calculated. SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
Other methods and apparatuses for other embodiments of the SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
invention are also described. SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 5 Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 99 Spec: TS 25.331;

ZL200710089630.0 Method and Apparatus for A method and apparatus is disclosed for measurement processing SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 6313786; United States: 6707422; China P.R.: ZL00805127.5; China P.R.: ZL200710089630.0; China
Measurement Processing of of Satellite Positioning System (SPS) signals. A plurality of SPS SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; P.R.: CN103698786; Brazil: PI0007834-4; Canada: 2359662; Canada: 2634677; Canada: 2634618; Finland:
Satellite Positioning System signals from a corresponding plurality of SPS satellites are SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; EP2037290; France: EP1166145; France: EP1775598; France: EP1788405; France: EP2037290; Germany:
(SPS) Signals received in an SPS receiver. The signal environment SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008; EP1166145; Germany: EP1775598; Germany: EP1788405; Germany: EP2037290; Great Britain: EP1166145; Great
corresponding to the location in which the SPS receiver is located SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331; Britain: EP1775598; Great Britain: EP1788405; Great Britain: EP2037290; Hong Kong: HK1108185; Hong Kong:
is characterized to produce signal environment data. In one SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413; HK1044377; India: 216413; Italy: EP1166145; Italy: EP1775598; Italy: EP1788405; Italy: EP2037290; Japan:
exemplary embodiment, an information source, such as a cellular SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430; 4270757; Japan: 5558683; Japan: 5377956; Japan: 2012-163566; Japan: 2014-206539; Mexico: 229201;
network based database, is searched to retrieve the signal SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453; Netherlands: EP2037290; Republic of Korea: 10-0732795; Spain: EP1166145; Spain: EP1775598; Spain: EP1788405;
environment data given an approximate location of the GPS SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071; Spain: EP2037290; Sweden: EP2037290
receiver. This approximate location may be specified by a location SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
of a cell site which is in cellular radio communication with a SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
cellular communication device which is co-located with the GPS SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
receiver. One or more parameters related to signal characteristics SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
of the satellite signals are defined. Threshold values for the SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
parameters are determined using the signal environment data. SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
Code phases corresponding to times of arrival of respective SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
satellite signals from the plurality of satellites are measured. The SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
data representing measured times of arrival are examined using SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
threshold values for the parameters to produce a set of times of SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
arrival from which a location fix for the GPS receiver is calculated. SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
Other methods and apparatuses for other embodiments of the SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
invention are also described. SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 5 Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 99 Spec: TS 25.331;

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ZL00805127.5 Method and Apparatus for A method and apparatus is disclosed for measurement processing SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 6313786; United States: 6707422; China P.R.: ZL00805127.5; China P.R.: ZL200710089630.0; China
Measurement Processing of of Satellite Positioning System (SPS) signals. A plurality of SPS SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; P.R.: CN103698786; Brazil: PI0007834-4; Canada: 2359662; Canada: 2634677; Canada: 2634618; Finland:
Satellite Positioning System signals from a corresponding plurality of SPS satellites are SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; EP2037290; France: EP1166145; France: EP1775598; France: EP1788405; France: EP2037290; Germany:
(SPS) Signals received in an SPS receiver. The signal environment SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008; EP1166145; Germany: EP1775598; Germany: EP1788405; Germany: EP2037290; Great Britain: EP1166145; Great
corresponding to the location in which the SPS receiver is located SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331; Britain: EP1775598; Great Britain: EP1788405; Great Britain: EP2037290; Hong Kong: HK1108185; Hong Kong:
is characterized to produce signal environment data. In one SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413; HK1044377; India: 216413; Italy: EP1166145; Italy: EP1775598; Italy: EP1788405; Italy: EP2037290; Japan:
exemplary embodiment, an information source, such as a cellular SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430; 4270757; Japan: 5558683; Japan: 5377956; Japan: 2012-163566; Japan: 2014-206539; Mexico: 229201;
network based database, is searched to retrieve the signal SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453; Netherlands: EP2037290; Republic of Korea: 10-0732795; Spain: EP1166145; Spain: EP1775598; Spain: EP1788405;
environment data given an approximate location of the GPS SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071; Spain: EP2037290; Sweden: EP2037290
receiver. This approximate location may be specified by a location SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
of a cell site which is in cellular radio communication with a SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
cellular communication device which is co-located with the GPS SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
receiver. One or more parameters related to signal characteristics SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
of the satellite signals are defined. Threshold values for the SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
parameters are determined using the signal environment data. SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
Code phases corresponding to times of arrival of respective SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
satellite signals from the plurality of satellites are measured. The SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
data representing measured times of arrival are examined using SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
threshold values for the parameters to produce a set of times of SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
arrival from which a location fix for the GPS receiver is calculated. SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
Other methods and apparatuses for other embodiments of the SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
invention are also described. SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 5 Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 99 Spec: TS 25.331;

CN103698786 Method and Apparatus for A method and apparatus is disclosed for measurement processing SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 6313786; United States: 6707422; China P.R.: ZL00805127.5; China P.R.: ZL200710089630.0; China
Measurement Processing of of Satellite Positioning System (SPS) signals. A plurality of SPS SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; P.R.: CN103698786; Brazil: PI0007834-4; Canada: 2359662; Canada: 2634677; Canada: 2634618; Finland:
Satellite Positioning System signals from a corresponding plurality of SPS satellites are SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; EP2037290; France: EP1166145; France: EP1775598; France: EP1788405; France: EP2037290; Germany:
(SPS) Signals received in an SPS receiver. The signal environment SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008; EP1166145; Germany: EP1775598; Germany: EP1788405; Germany: EP2037290; Great Britain: EP1166145; Great
corresponding to the location in which the SPS receiver is located SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331; Britain: EP1775598; Great Britain: EP1788405; Great Britain: EP2037290; Hong Kong: HK1108185; Hong Kong:
is characterized to produce signal environment data. In one SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413; HK1044377; India: 216413; Italy: EP1166145; Italy: EP1775598; Italy: EP1788405; Italy: EP2037290; Japan:
exemplary embodiment, an information source, such as a cellular SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430; 4270757; Japan: 5558683; Japan: 5377956; Japan: 2012-163566; Japan: 2014-206539; Mexico: 229201;
network based database, is searched to retrieve the signal SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453; Netherlands: EP2037290; Republic of Korea: 10-0732795; Spain: EP1166145; Spain: EP1775598; Spain: EP1788405;
environment data given an approximate location of the GPS SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071; Spain: EP2037290; Sweden: EP2037290
receiver. This approximate location may be specified by a location SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
of a cell site which is in cellular radio communication with a SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
cellular communication device which is co-located with the GPS SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
receiver. One or more parameters related to signal characteristics SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
of the satellite signals are defined. Threshold values for the SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
parameters are determined using the signal environment data. SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
Code phases corresponding to times of arrival of respective SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
satellite signals from the plurality of satellites are measured. The SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
data representing measured times of arrival are examined using SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
threshold values for the parameters to produce a set of times of SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
arrival from which a location fix for the GPS receiver is calculated. SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
Other methods and apparatuses for other embodiments of the SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
invention are also described. SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 5 Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 99 Spec: TS 25.331;

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6677894 Method and apparatus for Methods and apparatuses for distributing location-based SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 6677894
providing location-based information (i.e., information specific to a client's location or a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ;
information via a computer location of interest to the client) to a client, which may be a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071;
network mobile SPS receiver, via the Internet and in particular, the World- SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171;
Wide Web. The client provides information about its location SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008;
and/or a location of interest to a Web server. The Web server, SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
based on the information, provides via the Internet information SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
relating to the client's location or location of interest to the client. SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.030;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.080;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 29.002;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: LCS Spec: TS 44.031;
6583757 Method and Apparatus for A method and apparatus for measuring time related to satellite SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 6377209; United States: 6583757; China P.R.: ZL00805407.X; Australia: 773464; Belgium:
Satellite Positioning System data messages which are used with satellite positioning systems SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; EP1171779; Brazil: PI0009100-6; Canada: 2367032; Finland: EP1171779; France: EP1171779; Germany: EP1171779;
(SPS) Time Measurement (SPS). In one method, a first record of at least a portion of a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; Great Britain: EP1171779; Hong Kong: HK1042749; India: 210564; Ireland: EP1171779; Italy: EP1171779; Japan:
satellite data message is received at an entity, which is typically a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; 5770028; Japan: 2013-079965; Japan: 2014-238405; Mexico: 222020; Netherlands: EP1171779; Republic of Korea:
basestation. The first record is compared with a second record of SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008; 10-0829617; Spain: EP1171779; Sweden: EP1171779
the satellite data message, where the first record and the second SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
record overlap at least partially in time. Then a time is SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
determined from this comparison, and this time indicates when SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
the first record (or the source from which the first record was SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
obtained) was received at a remote entity which is typically a SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
mobile SPS receiver. Various other methods of the invention are SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
described and various apparatuses of the invention are also SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
described. The methods and apparatuses measure time of day SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
using SPS signals without reading the satellite data messages SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
which are transmitted as data within these signals. The methods SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
and apparatuses are suitable for situations in which the received SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
signal level is too weak to allow reading of the satellite data SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
messages. SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec:

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6377209 Method and Apparatus for A method and apparatus for measuring time related to satellite SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 6377209; United States: 6583757; China P.R.: ZL00805407.X; Australia: 773464; Belgium:
Satellite Positioning System data messages which are used with satellite positioning systems SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; EP1171779; Brazil: PI0009100-6; Canada: 2367032; Finland: EP1171779; France: EP1171779; Germany: EP1171779;
(SPS) Time Measurement (SPS). In one method, a first record of at least a portion of a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; Great Britain: EP1171779; Hong Kong: HK1042749; India: 210564; Ireland: EP1171779; Italy: EP1171779; Japan:
satellite data message is received at an entity, which is typically a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; 5770028; Japan: 2013-079965; Japan: 2014-238405; Mexico: 222020; Netherlands: EP1171779; Republic of Korea:
basestation. The first record is compared with a second record of SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008; 10-0829617; Spain: EP1171779; Sweden: EP1171779
the satellite data message, where the first record and the second SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
record overlap at least partially in time. Then a time is SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
determined from this comparison, and this time indicates when SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
the first record (or the source from which the first record was SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
obtained) was received at a remote entity which is typically a SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
mobile SPS receiver. Various other methods of the invention are SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
described and various apparatuses of the invention are also SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
described. The methods and apparatuses measure time of day SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
using SPS signals without reading the satellite data messages SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
which are transmitted as data within these signals. The methods SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
and apparatuses are suitable for situations in which the received SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
signal level is too weak to allow reading of the satellite data SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
messages. SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec:
ZL00805407.X Method and Apparatus for A method and apparatus for measuring time related to satellite SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 6377209; United States: 6583757; China P.R.: ZL00805407.X; Australia: 773464; Belgium:
Satellite Positioning System data messages which are used with satellite positioning systems SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; EP1171779; Brazil: PI0009100-6; Canada: 2367032; Finland: EP1171779; France: EP1171779; Germany: EP1171779;
(SPS) Time Measurement (SPS). In one method, a first record of at least a portion of a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; Great Britain: EP1171779; Hong Kong: HK1042749; India: 210564; Ireland: EP1171779; Italy: EP1171779; Japan:
satellite data message is received at an entity, which is typically a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; 5770028; Japan: 2013-079965; Japan: 2014-238405; Mexico: 222020; Netherlands: EP1171779; Republic of Korea:
basestation. The first record is compared with a second record of SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008; 10-0829617; Spain: EP1171779; Sweden: EP1171779
the satellite data message, where the first record and the second SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
record overlap at least partially in time. Then a time is SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
determined from this comparison, and this time indicates when SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
the first record (or the source from which the first record was SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
obtained) was received at a remote entity which is typically a SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
mobile SPS receiver. Various other methods of the invention are SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
described and various apparatuses of the invention are also SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
described. The methods and apparatuses measure time of day SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
using SPS signals without reading the satellite data messages SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
which are transmitted as data within these signals. The methods SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
and apparatuses are suitable for situations in which the received SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
signal level is too weak to allow reading of the satellite data SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
messages. SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec:

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7570958 Methods and apparatuses A mobile system, such as a wireless phone, communicates its SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 7570958; Australia: 2002353800; Canada: 2463543; France: EP1435184; Germany: EP1435184;
for controlling distribution of location or other position information, such as pseudoranges, to a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; Great Britain: EP1435184; India: 237672; Israel: 161315; Japan: 4563676; Japan: 5345566; Republic of Korea: 10-
location information server system and optionally sends permission criteria defining SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; 0941337
which other mobile systems are allowed to access its location. In SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008;
the case where the mobile system does not provide its location, SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
the server determines the location using the other position SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
information provided (e.g. pseudoranges for satellites in view of SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
the mobile system). The server system sends the location to SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
other mobile systems in accordance with the permission criteria, SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
with or without a request from another mobile system for the SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
location. If no permission criteria has been sent by the mobile SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
system, the server system queries the mobile system for the SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
permission criteria in response to a request for the location. If no SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
permission criteria is sent by the mobile system, or if the SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
permission criteria sent denies the request, the server system SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
can, alternately, not reply to the request or reply with an error SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
message. The permission criteria can include additional access SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
limitations such as dates or times during which access is SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
permitted or denied, and geographic areas in which access is SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
permitted or denied. SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;

7801108 Methods and apparatuses Methods and apparatuses for establishing time at a first SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 6665541; United States: 7171225; United States: 7801108; China P.R.: ZL01823298.1; Australia:
for using mobile GPS basestation, and synchronizing the first basestation with other SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; 2001261816; Canada: 2447914; Hong Kong: HK1063889; Japan: 4860901; Japan: 5215440; Republic of Korea: 10-
receivers to synchronize basestations in a cellular network. The method may be performed SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; 0881869
basestations in cellular using a mobile (cellular communication) station that includes a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008;
networks satellite position system receiver. One method comprises SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
determining a location of the mobile station, determining a time SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
indicator that represents a time-of-day at the mobile station, SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
wherein the time indicator is determined relative to a signal SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
available at the first basestation, transmitting at least one of the SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
position information and location, and transmitting the time SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
indicator from the mobile station. The time indicator and at least SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
one of the position information and the location are used to SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
establish a time at the first basestation such that the first SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
basestation is synchronized to other basestations in the cellular SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
communication system. Other methods and apparatuses are also SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
described for synchronizing basestations in a cellular network. SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
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7171225 Methods and apparatuses Methods and apparatuses for establishing time at a first SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 6665541; United States: 7171225; United States: 7801108; China P.R.: ZL01823298.1; Australia:
for using mobile GPS basestation, and synchronizing the first basestation with other SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; 2001261816; Canada: 2447914; Hong Kong: HK1063889; Japan: 4860901; Japan: 5215440; Republic of Korea: 10-
receivers to synchronize basestations in a cellular network. The method may be performed SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; 0881869
basestations in cellular using a mobile (cellular communication) station that includes a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008;
networks satellite position system receiver. One method comprises SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
determining a location of the mobile station, determining a time SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
indicator that represents a time-of-day at the mobile station, SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
wherein the time indicator is determined relative to a signal SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
available at the first basestation, transmitting at least one of the SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
position information and location, and transmitting the time SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
indicator from the mobile station. The time indicator and at least SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
one of the position information and the location are used to SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
establish a time at the first basestation such that the first SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
basestation is synchronized to other basestations in the cellular SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
communication system. Other methods and apparatuses are also SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
described for synchronizing basestations in a cellular network. SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25 453
6665541 Methods and apparatuses Methods and apparatuses for establishing time at a first SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 6665541; United States: 7171225; United States: 7801108; China P.R.: ZL01823298.1; Australia:
for using mobile GPS basestation, and synchronizing the first basestation with other SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; 2001261816; Canada: 2447914; Hong Kong: HK1063889; Japan: 4860901; Japan: 5215440; Republic of Korea: 10-
receivers to synchronize basestations in a cellular network. The method may be performed SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; 0881869
basestations in cellular using a mobile (cellular communication) station that includes a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008;
networks satellite position system receiver. One method comprises SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
determining a location of the mobile station, determining a time SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
indicator that represents a time-of-day at the mobile station, SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
wherein the time indicator is determined relative to a signal SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
available at the first basestation, transmitting at least one of the SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
position information and location, and transmitting the time SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
indicator from the mobile station. The time indicator and at least SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
one of the position information and the location are used to SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
establish a time at the first basestation such that the first SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
basestation is synchronized to other basestations in the cellular SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
communication system. Other methods and apparatuses are also SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
described for synchronizing basestations in a cellular network. SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
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ZL01823298.1 Methods and Apparatuses Methods and apparatuses for establishing time at a first SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; United States: 6665541; United States: 7171225; United States: 7801108; China P.R.: ZL01823298.1; Australia:
for Using Mobile GPS basestation, and synchronizing the first basestation with other SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171; 2001261816; Canada: 2447914; Hong Kong: HK1063889; Japan: 4860901; Japan: 5215440; Republic of Korea: 10-
Stations to Synchronize basestations in a cellular network. The method may be performed SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008; 0881869
Basestations using a mobile (cellular communication) station that includes a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
satellite position system receiver. One method comprises SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
determining a location of the mobile station, determining a time SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
indicator that represents a time-of-day at the mobile station, SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
wherein the time indicator is determined relative to a signal SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
available at the first basestation, transmitting at least one of the SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
position information and location, and transmitting the time SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
indicator from the mobile station. The time indicator and at least SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
one of the position information and the location are used to SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
establish a time at the first basestation such that the first SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
basestation is synchronized to other basestations in the cellular SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
communication system. Other methods and apparatuses are also
described for synchronizing basestations in a cellular network.

9107109 Method and apparatus for In a wireless communication system a method for combination SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 6973098; United States: 9107109; China P.R.: ZL01821314.6; Australia: 2002239735; Australia:
determining a data rate in a transmission of packet data and low delay data. In one SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Spec: ; 2007202278; Austria: EP1329066; Austria: EP2259621; Austria: EP2276284; Austria: EP2259472; Belgium:
high rate packet data embodiment a parallel signaling channel provides a message to EP1329066; Belgium: EP2259621; Belgium: EP2276284; Belgium: EP2259472; Brazil: PI 0114862-1; Canada:
wireless communications receivers indicating a target recipient of packet data. The 2427007; Denmark: EP1329066; Denmark: EP2259621; Denmark: EP2276284; Denmark: EP2259472; European
system message also identifies the transmission channels used for packet Patent Convention: EP2276285; European Patent Convention: EP2793515; Finland: EP1329066; Finland:
data transmissions. Each receiver may then selectively decode EP2259621; Finland: EP2276284; Finland: EP2259472; France: EP1329066; France: EP2259621; France: EP2276284;
only packets where the message identifies the receiver as a France: EP2259472; Germany: EP1329066; Germany: EP2259621; Germany: EP2276284; Germany: EP2259472;
target recipient. The data packets stored in a buffer are ignored if Great Britain: EP1329066; Great Britain: EP2259621; Great Britain: EP2276284; Great Britain: EP2259472; Greece:
the target recipient is another mobile unit. In one embodiment, EP1329066; Greece: EP2259621; Greece: EP2276284; Greece: EP2259472; Hong Kong: HK1063547; India: 222594;
the message is sent concurrently with the data packet on a Indonesia: IDP0032931; Ireland: EP1329066; Ireland: EP2259621; Ireland: EP2276284; Ireland: EP2259472; Israel:
parallel channel. In one embodiment, the message is punctured 155535; Italy: EP1329066; Italy: EP2259621; Italy: EP2276284; Italy: EP2259472; Japan: 4083578; Liechtenstein:
into the high rate packet data transmission. EP1329066; Liechtenstein: EP2276284; Mexico: 241062; Mexico: 266216; Netherlands: EP1329066; Netherlands:
EP2259621; Netherlands: EP2276284; Netherlands: EP2259472; Portugal: EP1329066; Portugal: EP2259621;
Portugal: EP2276284; Portugal: EP2259472; Republic of Korea: 10-1168838; Russian Federation: 2285342;
Singapore: 96359; Spain: EP1329066; Spain: EP2259621; Spain: EP2276284; Spain: EP2259472; Sweden:
EP1329066; Sweden: EP2259621; Sweden: EP2276284; Sweden: EP2259472; Switzerland: EP1329066; Switzerland:
EP2259621; Switzerland: EP2276284; Switzerland: EP2259472; Taiwan: 545017; Ukraine: 74213

6973098 Method and apparatus for In a wireless communication system a method for combination SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 6973098; United States: 9107109; China P.R.: ZL01821314.6; Australia: 2002239735; Australia:
determining a data rate in a transmission of packet data and low delay data. In one SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Spec: ; 2007202278; Austria: EP1329066; Austria: EP2259621; Austria: EP2276284; Austria: EP2259472; Belgium:
high rate packet data embodiment a parallel signaling channel provides a message to EP1329066; Belgium: EP2259621; Belgium: EP2276284; Belgium: EP2259472; Brazil: PI 0114862-1; Canada:
wireless communications receivers indicating a target recipient of packet data. The 2427007; Denmark: EP1329066; Denmark: EP2259621; Denmark: EP2276284; Denmark: EP2259472; European
system message also identifies the transmission channels used for packet Patent Convention: EP2276285; European Patent Convention: EP2793515; Finland: EP1329066; Finland:
data transmissions. Each receiver may then selectively decode EP2259621; Finland: EP2276284; Finland: EP2259472; France: EP1329066; France: EP2259621; France: EP2276284;
only packets where the message identifies the receiver as a France: EP2259472; Germany: EP1329066; Germany: EP2259621; Germany: EP2276284; Germany: EP2259472;
target recipient. The data packets stored in a buffer are ignored if Great Britain: EP1329066; Great Britain: EP2259621; Great Britain: EP2276284; Great Britain: EP2259472; Greece:
the target recipient is another mobile unit. In one embodiment, EP1329066; Greece: EP2259621; Greece: EP2276284; Greece: EP2259472; Hong Kong: HK1063547; India: 222594;
the message is sent concurrently with the data packet on a Indonesia: IDP0032931; Ireland: EP1329066; Ireland: EP2259621; Ireland: EP2276284; Ireland: EP2259472; Israel:
parallel channel. In one embodiment, the message is punctured 155535; Italy: EP1329066; Italy: EP2259621; Italy: EP2276284; Italy: EP2259472; Japan: 4083578; Liechtenstein:
into the high rate packet data transmission. EP1329066; Liechtenstein: EP2276284; Mexico: 241062; Mexico: 266216; Netherlands: EP1329066; Netherlands:
EP2259621; Netherlands: EP2276284; Netherlands: EP2259472; Portugal: EP1329066; Portugal: EP2259621;
Portugal: EP2276284; Portugal: EP2259472; Republic of Korea: 10-1168838; Russian Federation: 2285342;
Singapore: 96359; Spain: EP1329066; Spain: EP2259621; Spain: EP2276284; Spain: EP2259472; Sweden:
EP1329066; Sweden: EP2259621; Sweden: EP2276284; Sweden: EP2259472; Switzerland: EP1329066; Switzerland:
EP2259621; Switzerland: EP2276284; Switzerland: EP2259472; Taiwan: 545017; Ukraine: 74213

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ZL01821314.6 Method and apparatus for In a wireless communication system a method for combination SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 6973098; United States: 9107109; China P.R.: ZL01821314.6; Australia: 2002239735; Australia:
determining a data rate in a transmission of packet data and low delay data. In one SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Spec: ; 2007202278; Austria: EP1329066; Austria: EP2259621; Austria: EP2276284; Austria: EP2259472; Belgium:
high rate packet data embodiment a parallel signaling channel provides a message to EP1329066; Belgium: EP2259621; Belgium: EP2276284; Belgium: EP2259472; Brazil: PI 0114862-1; Canada:
wireless communications receivers indicating a target recipient of packet data. The 2427007; Denmark: EP1329066; Denmark: EP2259621; Denmark: EP2276284; Denmark: EP2259472; European
system message also identifies the transmission channels used for packet Patent Convention: EP2276285; European Patent Convention: EP2793515; Finland: EP1329066; Finland:
data transmissions. Each receiver may then selectively decode EP2259621; Finland: EP2276284; Finland: EP2259472; France: EP1329066; France: EP2259621; France: EP2276284;
only packets where the message identifies the receiver as a France: EP2259472; Germany: EP1329066; Germany: EP2259621; Germany: EP2276284; Germany: EP2259472;
target recipient. The data packets stored in a buffer are ignored if Great Britain: EP1329066; Great Britain: EP2259621; Great Britain: EP2276284; Great Britain: EP2259472; Greece:
the target recipient is another mobile unit. In one embodiment, EP1329066; Greece: EP2259621; Greece: EP2276284; Greece: EP2259472; Hong Kong: HK1063547; India: 222594;
the message is sent concurrently with the data packet on a Indonesia: IDP0032931; Ireland: EP1329066; Ireland: EP2259621; Ireland: EP2276284; Ireland: EP2259472; Israel:
parallel channel. In one embodiment, the message is punctured 155535; Italy: EP1329066; Italy: EP2259621; Italy: EP2276284; Italy: EP2259472; Japan: 4083578; Liechtenstein:
into the high rate packet data transmission. EP1329066; Liechtenstein: EP2276284; Mexico: 241062; Mexico: 266216; Netherlands: EP1329066; Netherlands:
EP2259621; Netherlands: EP2276284; Netherlands: EP2259472; Portugal: EP1329066; Portugal: EP2259621;
Portugal: EP2276284; Portugal: EP2259472; Republic of Korea: 10-1168838; Russian Federation: 2285342;
Singapore: 96359; Spain: EP1329066; Spain: EP2259621; Spain: EP2276284; Spain: EP2259472; Sweden:
EP1329066; Sweden: EP2259621; Sweden: EP2276284; Sweden: EP2259472; Switzerland: EP1329066; Switzerland:
EP2259621; Switzerland: EP2276284; Switzerland: EP2259472; Taiwan: 545017; Ukraine: 74213

7924891 Method and apparatus for A method and system that enables multiplexing a plurality of data SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 6847623; United States: 7283500; United States: 7924891; China P.R.: ZL01818833.8; Canada:
allocating data streams onto streams onto one data stream based on data stream priorities SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Spec: ; 2429186; Finland: EP1912352; France: EP1334575; France: EP1912352; Germany: EP1334575; Germany:
a single channel and available transport frame combinations (TFCs) is disclosed. A EP1912352; Germany: EP2416505; Great Britain: EP1334575; Great Britain: EP1912352; Great Britain: EP2416505;
mobile station has applications that produce separate data India: 227433; Italy: EP1334575; Italy: EP1912352; Japan: 3954496; Mexico: 241382; Mexico: 263300; Mexico:
streams. Example applications include voice, signaling E-mail and 277507; Netherlands: EP1912352; Republic of Korea: 10-0807604; Spain: EP1334575; Spain: EP1912352; Sweden:
web applications. The data streams are combined by a EP1912352; Taiwan: I270300
multiplexer module into one data stream called the transport
stream. The transport stream is sent over the reverse link to base
station transceivers (BTS). The multiplexer module multiplexes
the data streams onto the transport stream according to their
priorities and the available TFCs.

7283500 Method and apparatus for A method and system that enables multiplexing a plurality of data SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 6847623; United States: 7283500; United States: 7924891; China P.R.: ZL01818833.8; Canada:
allocating data streams onto streams onto one data stream based on data stream priorities SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Spec: ; 2429186; Finland: EP1912352; France: EP1334575; France: EP1912352; Germany: EP1334575; Germany:
a single channel and available transport frame combinations (TFCs) is disclosed. A EP1912352; Germany: EP2416505; Great Britain: EP1334575; Great Britain: EP1912352; Great Britain: EP2416505;
mobile station has applications that produce separate data India: 227433; Italy: EP1334575; Italy: EP1912352; Japan: 3954496; Mexico: 241382; Mexico: 263300; Mexico:
streams. Example applications include voice, signaling E-mail and 277507; Netherlands: EP1912352; Republic of Korea: 10-0807604; Spain: EP1334575; Spain: EP1912352; Sweden:
web applications. The data streams are combined by a EP1912352; Taiwan: I270300
multiplexer module into one data stream called the transport
stream. The transport stream is sent over the reverse link to base
station transceivers (BTS). The multiplexer module multiplexes
the data streams onto the transport stream according to their
priorities and the available TFCs.

6847623 Method and apparatus for A method and system that enables multiplexing a plurality of data SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 6847623; United States: 7283500; United States: 7924891; China P.R.: ZL01818833.8; Canada:
allocating data streams onto streams onto one data stream based on data stream priorities SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Spec: ; 2429186; Finland: EP1912352; France: EP1334575; France: EP1912352; Germany: EP1334575; Germany:
a single channel and available transport frame combinations (TFCs) is disclosed. A EP1912352; Germany: EP2416505; Great Britain: EP1334575; Great Britain: EP1912352; Great Britain: EP2416505;
mobile station has applications that produce separate data India: 227433; Italy: EP1334575; Italy: EP1912352; Japan: 3954496; Mexico: 241382; Mexico: 263300; Mexico:
streams. Example applications include voice, signaling E-mail and 277507; Netherlands: EP1912352; Republic of Korea: 10-0807604; Spain: EP1334575; Spain: EP1912352; Sweden:
web applications. The data streams are combined by a EP1912352; Taiwan: I270300
multiplexer module into one data stream called the transport
stream. The transport stream is sent over the reverse link to base
station transceivers (BTS). The multiplexer module multiplexes
the data streams onto the transport stream according to their
priorities and the available TFCs.

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ZL01818833.8 Method and apparatus for A method and system that enables multiplexing a plurality of data SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 6847623; United States: 7283500; United States: 7924891; China P.R.: ZL01818833.8; Canada:
allocating data streams onto streams onto one data stream based on data stream priorities SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Spec: ; 2429186; Finland: EP1912352; France: EP1334575; France: EP1912352; Germany: EP1334575; Germany:
a single channel and available transport frame combinations (TFCs) is disclosed. A EP1912352; Germany: EP2416505; Great Britain: EP1334575; Great Britain: EP1912352; Great Britain: EP2416505;
mobile station has applications that produce separate data India: 227433; Italy: EP1334575; Italy: EP1912352; Japan: 3954496; Mexico: 241382; Mexico: 263300; Mexico:
streams. Example applications include voice, signaling E-mail and 277507; Netherlands: EP1912352; Republic of Korea: 10-0807604; Spain: EP1334575; Spain: EP1912352; Sweden:
web applications. The data streams are combined by a EP1912352; Taiwan: I270300
multiplexer module into one data stream called the transport
stream. The transport stream is sent over the reverse link to base
station transceivers (BTS). The multiplexer module multiplexes
the data streams onto the transport stream according to their
priorities and the available TFCs.

8526510 Estimation of traffic-to-pilot A method for coherent estimation of the traffic-to-pilot energy SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 6 Spec: TS 25.212; United States: 6711208; United States: 8526510; China P.R.: ZL01822446.6; China P.R.: ZL200710142219.5; France:
ratios ratio is presented. A received preamble is decoded (20), and then SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 6 Spec: TS 25.213; EP2249502; Germany: EP1340318; Germany: EP1598974; Germany: EP2249502; Great Britain: EP1340318; Great
re-encoded (22). The received preamble is then multiplied by the Britain: EP1598974; Great Britain: EP2249502; Italy: EP2249502; Japan: 4021764; Netherlands: EP2249502;
re-encoded preamble (23). The results are summed (24), squared Republic of Korea: 10-0848736; Spain: EP2249502
(26), and then divided by a pilot energy value (28) . In another
method, a message (41) carrying energy information can be
inserted between a subpacket preamble (40) and a subpacket
(42).

6711208 Estimation of traffic-to-pilot A method for coherent estimation of the traffic-to-pilot energy SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 6 Spec: TS 25.212; United States: 6711208; United States: 8526510; China P.R.: ZL01822446.6; China P.R.: ZL200710142219.5; France:
ratios ratio is presented. A received preamble is decoded (20), and then SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 6 Spec: TS 25.213; EP2249502; Germany: EP1340318; Germany: EP1598974; Germany: EP2249502; Great Britain: EP1340318; Great
re-encoded (22). The received preamble is then multiplied by the Britain: EP1598974; Great Britain: EP2249502; Italy: EP2249502; Japan: 4021764; Netherlands: EP2249502;
re-encoded preamble (23). The results are summed (24), squared Republic of Korea: 10-0848736; Spain: EP2249502
(26), and then divided by a pilot energy value (28) . In another
method, a message (41) carrying energy information can be
inserted between a subpacket preamble (40) and a subpacket
(42).

ZL200710142219.5 Method and apparatus for A method for coherent estimation of the traffic-to-pilot energy SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 6 Spec: TS 25.212; United States: 6711208; United States: 8526510; China P.R.: ZL01822446.6; China P.R.: ZL200710142219.5; France:
improving the performance ratio is presented. A received preamble is decoded (20), and then SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 6 Spec: TS 25.213; EP2249502; Germany: EP1340318; Germany: EP1598974; Germany: EP2249502; Great Britain: EP1340318; Great
of a turbo decoder using re-encoded (22). The received preamble is then multiplied by the Britain: EP1598974; Great Britain: EP2249502; Italy: EP2249502; Japan: 4021764; Netherlands: EP2249502;
traffic-to-pilot energy re-encoded preamble (23). The results are summed (24), squared Republic of Korea: 10-0848736; Spain: EP2249502
(26), and then divided by a pilot energy value (28) . In another
method, a message (41) carrying energy information can be
inserted between a subpacket preamble (40) and a subpacket
(42).

ZL01822446.6 Method and apparatus for A method for coherent estimation of the traffic-to-pilot energy SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 6 Spec: TS 25.212; United States: 6711208; United States: 8526510; China P.R.: ZL01822446.6; China P.R.: ZL200710142219.5; France:
coherent estimation of ratio is presented. A received preamble is decoded (20), and then SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 6 Spec: TS 25.213; EP2249502; Germany: EP1340318; Germany: EP1598974; Germany: EP2249502; Great Britain: EP1340318; Great
traffic-to-pilot ratios re-encoded (22). The received preamble is then multiplied by the Britain: EP1598974; Great Britain: EP2249502; Italy: EP2249502; Japan: 4021764; Netherlands: EP2249502;
re-encoded preamble (23). The results are summed (24), squared Republic of Korea: 10-0848736; Spain: EP2249502
(26), and then divided by a pilot energy value (28) . In another
method, a message (41) carrying energy information can be
inserted between a subpacket preamble (40) and a subpacket
(42).

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7860061 Method and apparatus for A novel method and apparatus is disclosed for performing SDO: ETSI Project: LTE Release 8 Spec: TS 23.402; United States: 7079511; United States: 7860061; United States: 7561555; China P.R.: ZL01821959.4; China P.R.:
handoff of a wireless packet seamless handoff of a mobile station (MS) between Radio Access ZL200510074028.0; China P.R.: ZL200510074027.6; Brazil: PI0115930-5; Canada: 2431577; Canada: 2686598;
data services connection Networks (RANs) that use different types of wireless interfaces. France: EP1340388; Germany: EP1340388; Great Britain: EP1340388; India: 214322; Italy: EP1340388; Japan:
The described embodiments enable an MS to handoff between 4194840; Mexico: 239048; Mexico: 274111; Mexico: 290146; Mexico: 298396; Republic of Korea: 10-0896154;
different RANs without causing routing ambiguity, and without Republic of Korea: 10-0920390; Russian Federation: 2282950; Taiwan: 535450
substantial loss of network data. Upon moving from the coverage
area of a first RAN using a first wireless interface to the coverage
area of a second RAN using a second wireless interface, an MS
determines whether routing ambiguity may result from the
change of RAN and, based on the determination, triggers a re-
registration of its network address. A foreign agent (FA) within a
packet data serving node (PDSN) monitors network address re-
registrations in order to determine whether multiple RAN-PDSN
(R-P) connections are being created for the same MS. Based on
this determination, the PDSN terminates redundant R-P network
connections resulting from movement of the MS between
different RANs.

7561555 Method and apparatus for A novel method and apparatus is disclosed for performing SDO: ETSI Project: LTE Release 8 Spec: TS 23.402; United States: 7079511; United States: 7860061; United States: 7561555; China P.R.: ZL01821959.4; China P.R.:
handoff of a wireless packet seamless handoff of a mobile station (MS) between Radio Access ZL200510074028.0; China P.R.: ZL200510074027.6; Brazil: PI0115930-5; Canada: 2431577; Canada: 2686598;
data services connection Networks (RANs) that use different types of wireless interfaces. France: EP1340388; Germany: EP1340388; Great Britain: EP1340388; India: 214322; Italy: EP1340388; Japan:
The described embodiments enable an MS to handoff between 4194840; Mexico: 239048; Mexico: 274111; Mexico: 290146; Mexico: 298396; Republic of Korea: 10-0896154;
different RANs without causing routing ambiguity, and without Republic of Korea: 10-0920390; Russian Federation: 2282950; Taiwan: 535450
substantial loss of network data. Upon moving from the coverage
area of a first RAN using a first wireless interface to the coverage
area of a second RAN using a second wireless interface, an MS
determines whether routing ambiguity may result from the
change of RAN and, based on the determination, triggers a re-
registration of its network address. A foreign agent (FA) within a
packet data serving node (PDSN) monitors network address re-
registrations in order to determine whether multiple RAN-PDSN
(R-P) connections are being created for the same MS. Based on
this determination, the PDSN terminates redundant R-P network
connections resulting from movement of the MS between
different RANs.

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7079511 Method and apparatus for A novel method and apparatus is disclosed for performing SDO: ETSI Project: LTE Release 8 Spec: TS 23.402; United States: 7079511; United States: 7860061; United States: 7561555; China P.R.: ZL01821959.4; China P.R.:
handoff of a wireless packet seamless handoff of a mobile station (MS) between Radio Access ZL200510074028.0; China P.R.: ZL200510074027.6; Brazil: PI0115930-5; Canada: 2431577; Canada: 2686598;
data services connection Networks (RANs) that use different types of wireless interfaces. France: EP1340388; Germany: EP1340388; Great Britain: EP1340388; India: 214322; Italy: EP1340388; Japan:
The described embodiments enable an MS to handoff between 4194840; Mexico: 239048; Mexico: 274111; Mexico: 290146; Mexico: 298396; Republic of Korea: 10-0896154;
different RANs without causing routing ambiguity, and without Republic of Korea: 10-0920390; Russian Federation: 2282950; Taiwan: 535450
substantial loss of network data. Upon moving from the coverage
area of a first RAN using a first wireless interface to the coverage
area of a second RAN using a second wireless interface, an MS
determines whether routing ambiguity may result from the
change of RAN and, based on the determination, triggers a re-
registration of its network address. A foreign agent (FA) within a
packet data serving node (PDSN) monitors network address re-
registrations in order to determine whether multiple RAN-PDSN
(R-P) connections are being created for the same MS. Based on
this determination, the PDSN terminates redundant R-P network
connections resulting from movement of the MS between
different RANs.

ZL200510074028.0 Method and apparatus for A novel method and apparatus is disclosed for performing SDO: ETSI Project: LTE Release 8 Spec: TS 23.402; United States: 7079511; United States: 7860061; United States: 7561555; China P.R.: ZL01821959.4; China P.R.:
handoff of a wireless packet seamless handoff of a mobile station (MS) between Radio Access ZL200510074028.0; China P.R.: ZL200510074027.6; Brazil: PI0115930-5; Canada: 2431577; Canada: 2686598;
data services connection Networks (RANs) that use different types of wireless interfaces. France: EP1340388; Germany: EP1340388; Great Britain: EP1340388; India: 214322; Italy: EP1340388; Japan:
The described embodiments enable an MS to handoff between 4194840; Mexico: 239048; Mexico: 274111; Mexico: 290146; Mexico: 298396; Republic of Korea: 10-0896154;
different RANs without causing routing ambiguity, and without Republic of Korea: 10-0920390; Russian Federation: 2282950; Taiwan: 535450
substantial loss of network data. Upon moving from the coverage
area of a first RAN using a first wireless interface to the coverage
area of a second RAN using a second wireless interface, an MS
determines whether routing ambiguity may result from the
change of RAN and, based on the determination, triggers a re-
registration of its network address. A foreign agent (FA) within a
packet data serving node (PDSN) monitors network address re-
registrations in order to determine whether multiple RAN-PDSN
(R-P) connections are being created for the same MS. Based on
this determination, the PDSN terminates redundant R-P network
connections resulting from movement of the MS between
different RANs.

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ZL200510074027.6 Method and apparatus for A novel method and apparatus is disclosed for performing SDO: ETSI Project: LTE Release 8 Spec: TS 23.402; United States: 7079511; United States: 7860061; United States: 7561555; China P.R.: ZL01821959.4; China P.R.:
handoff of a wireless packet seamless handoff of a mobile station (MS) between Radio Access ZL200510074028.0; China P.R.: ZL200510074027.6; Brazil: PI0115930-5; Canada: 2431577; Canada: 2686598;
data services connection Networks (RANs) that use different types of wireless interfaces. France: EP1340388; Germany: EP1340388; Great Britain: EP1340388; India: 214322; Italy: EP1340388; Japan:
The described embodiments enable an MS to handoff between 4194840; Mexico: 239048; Mexico: 274111; Mexico: 290146; Mexico: 298396; Republic of Korea: 10-0896154;
different RANs without causing routing ambiguity, and without Republic of Korea: 10-0920390; Russian Federation: 2282950; Taiwan: 535450
substantial loss of network data. Upon moving from the coverage
area of a first RAN using a first wireless interface to the coverage
area of a second RAN using a second wireless interface, an MS
determines whether routing ambiguity may result from the
change of RAN and, based on the determination, triggers a re-
registration of its network address. A foreign agent (FA) within a
packet data serving node (PDSN) monitors network address re-
registrations in order to determine whether multiple RAN-PDSN
(R-P) connections are being created for the same MS. Based on
this determination, the PDSN terminates redundant R-P network
connections resulting from movement of the MS between
different RANs.

ZL01821959.4 Method and apparatus for A novel method and apparatus is disclosed for performing SDO: ETSI Project: LTE Release 8 Spec: TS 23.402; United States: 7079511; United States: 7860061; United States: 7561555; China P.R.: ZL01821959.4; China P.R.:
handoff of a wireless packet seamless handoff of a mobile station (MS) between Radio Access ZL200510074028.0; China P.R.: ZL200510074027.6; Brazil: PI0115930-5; Canada: 2431577; Canada: 2686598;
data services connection Networks (RANs) that use different types of wireless interfaces. France: EP1340388; Germany: EP1340388; Great Britain: EP1340388; India: 214322; Italy: EP1340388; Japan:
The described embodiments enable an MS to handoff between 4194840; Mexico: 239048; Mexico: 274111; Mexico: 290146; Mexico: 298396; Republic of Korea: 10-0896154;
different RANs without causing routing ambiguity, and without Republic of Korea: 10-0920390; Russian Federation: 2282950; Taiwan: 535450
substantial loss of network data. Upon moving from the coverage
area of a first RAN using a first wireless interface to the coverage
area of a second RAN using a second wireless interface, an MS
determines whether routing ambiguity may result from the
change of RAN and, based on the determination, triggers a re-
registration of its network address. A foreign agent (FA) within a
packet data serving node (PDSN) monitors network address re-
registrations in order to determine whether multiple RAN-PDSN
(R-P) connections are being created for the same MS. Based on
this determination, the PDSN terminates redundant R-P network
connections resulting from movement of the MS between
different RANs.

7590096 Method and apparatus for A system and method for detection of rate determination SDO: ETSI Project: Distributed VR Spec: TS 25.212; United States: 6804218; United States: 7590096; United States: 8243695; China P.R.: ZL01821962.4; China P.R.:
improved detection of rate algorithm errors in variable rate communications system ZL200910004746.9; Australia: 2002219914; Brazil: PI0115905-4; Canada: 2430883; Canada: 2794099; European
errors in variable rate receivers. The disclosed embodiments prevent rate Patent Convention: EP1340332; European Patent Convention: EP2169870; Hong Kong: HK1137271; Hong Kong:
receivers determination algorithm errors from causing audible artifacts HK1063121; India: 211801; Israel: 156249; Israel: 197482; Israel: 204015; Japan: 4754769; Japan: 5059795; Mexico:
such as screeches or beeps. The disclosed system and method 252610; Mexico: 280719; Republic of Korea: 10-0915560; Republic of Korea: 10-0955787; Republic of Korea: 10-
detects frames with incorrectly determined data rates and 0964527; Russian Federation: 2284664; Singapore: 98722; Taiwan: 536880; Ukraine: 75665
performs frame erasure processing and/or memory state clean
up to prevent propagation of distortion across multiple frames.
Frames with incorrectly determined data rates are detected by
checking illegal rate transitions, reserved bits, validating unused
filter type bit combinations and analyzing relationships between
fixed code-book gains and linear prediction coefficient gains.

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6804218 Method and apparatus for A system and method for detection of rate determination SDO: ETSI Project: Distributed VR Spec: TS 25.212; United States: 6804218; United States: 7590096; United States: 8243695; China P.R.: ZL01821962.4; China P.R.:
improved detection of rate algorithm errors in variable rate communications system ZL200910004746.9; Australia: 2002219914; Brazil: PI0115905-4; Canada: 2430883; Canada: 2794099; European
errors in variable rate receivers. The disclosed embodiments prevent rate Patent Convention: EP1340332; European Patent Convention: EP2169870; Hong Kong: HK1137271; Hong Kong:
receivers determination algorithm errors from causing audible artifacts HK1063121; India: 211801; Israel: 156249; Israel: 197482; Israel: 204015; Japan: 4754769; Japan: 5059795; Mexico:
such as screeches or beeps. The disclosed system and method 252610; Mexico: 280719; Republic of Korea: 10-0915560; Republic of Korea: 10-0955787; Republic of Korea: 10-
detects frames with incorrectly determined data rates and 0964527; Russian Federation: 2284664; Singapore: 98722; Taiwan: 536880; Ukraine: 75665
performs frame erasure processing and/or memory state clean
up to prevent propagation of distortion across multiple frames.
Frames with incorrectly determined data rates are detected by
checking illegal rate transitions, reserved bits, validating unused
filter type bit combinations and analyzing relationships between
fixed code-book gains and linear prediction coefficient gains.

8243695 Method and apparatus for A system and method for detection of rate determination SDO: ETSI Project: Distributed VR Spec: TS 25.212; United States: 6804218; United States: 7590096; United States: 8243695; China P.R.: ZL01821962.4; China P.R.:
improved detection of rate algorithm errors in variable rate communications system ZL200910004746.9; Australia: 2002219914; Brazil: PI0115905-4; Canada: 2430883; Canada: 2794099; European
errors in variable rate receivers. The disclosed embodiments prevent rate Patent Convention: EP1340332; European Patent Convention: EP2169870; Hong Kong: HK1137271; Hong Kong:
receivers determination algorithm errors from causing audible artifacts HK1063121; India: 211801; Israel: 156249; Israel: 197482; Israel: 204015; Japan: 4754769; Japan: 5059795; Mexico:
such as screeches or beeps. The disclosed system and method 252610; Mexico: 280719; Republic of Korea: 10-0915560; Republic of Korea: 10-0955787; Republic of Korea: 10-
detects frames with incorrectly determined data rates and 0964527; Russian Federation: 2284664; Singapore: 98722; Taiwan: 536880; Ukraine: 75665
performs frame erasure processing and/or memory state clean
up to prevent propagation of distortion across multiple frames.
Frames with incorrectly determined data rates are detected by
checking illegal rate transitions, reserved bits, validating unused
filter type bit combinations and analyzing relationships between
fixed code-book gains and linear prediction coefficient gains.

ZL01821962.4 Method and system for A system and method for detection of rate determination SDO: ETSI Project: Distributed VR Spec: TS 25.212; United States: 6804218; United States: 7590096; United States: 8243695; China P.R.: ZL01821962.4; China P.R.:
validating detected rates of algorithm errors in variable rate communications system ZL200910004746.9; Australia: 2002219914; Brazil: PI0115905-4; Canada: 2430883; Canada: 2794099; European
received variable rate speech receivers. The disclosed embodiments prevent rate Patent Convention: EP1340332; European Patent Convention: EP2169870; Hong Kong: HK1137271; Hong Kong:
frames determination algorithm errors from causing audible artifacts HK1063121; India: 211801; Israel: 156249; Israel: 197482; Israel: 204015; Japan: 4754769; Japan: 5059795; Mexico:
such as screeches or beeps. The disclosed system and method 252610; Mexico: 280719; Republic of Korea: 10-0915560; Republic of Korea: 10-0955787; Republic of Korea: 10-
detects frames with incorrectly determined data rates and 0964527; Russian Federation: 2284664; Singapore: 98722; Taiwan: 536880; Ukraine: 75665
performs frame erasure processing and/or memory state clean
up to prevent propagation of distortion across multiple frames.
Frames with incorrectly determined data rates are detected by
checking illegal rate transitions, reserved bits, validating unused
filter type bit combinations and analyzing relationships between
fixed code-book gains and linear prediction coefficient gains.

ZL200910004746.9 Method and system for A system and method for detection of rate determination SDO: ETSI Project: Distributed VR Spec: TS 25.212; United States: 6804218; United States: 7590096; United States: 8243695; China P.R.: ZL01821962.4; China P.R.:
validating detected rates of algorithm errors in variable rate communications system ZL200910004746.9; Australia: 2002219914; Brazil: PI0115905-4; Canada: 2430883; Canada: 2794099; European
received variable rate speech receivers. The disclosed embodiments prevent rate Patent Convention: EP1340332; European Patent Convention: EP2169870; Hong Kong: HK1137271; Hong Kong:
frames determination algorithm errors from causing audible artifacts HK1063121; India: 211801; Israel: 156249; Israel: 197482; Israel: 204015; Japan: 4754769; Japan: 5059795; Mexico:
such as screeches or beeps. The disclosed system and method 252610; Mexico: 280719; Republic of Korea: 10-0915560; Republic of Korea: 10-0955787; Republic of Korea: 10-
detects frames with incorrectly determined data rates and 0964527; Russian Federation: 2284664; Singapore: 98722; Taiwan: 536880; Ukraine: 75665
performs frame erasure processing and/or memory state clean
up to prevent propagation of distortion across multiple frames.
Frames with incorrectly determined data rates are detected by
checking illegal rate transitions, reserved bits, validating unused
filter type bit combinations and analyzing relationships between
fixed code-book gains and linear prediction coefficient gains.

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7260401 Method and Apparatus for A method and apparatus provides for call recovery in a wireless SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 5 Spec: TS 25.214; United States: 7260401
Flexible Call Recovery in a communication system (10). When the communication link
Wireless Communication between a mobile station (38) and a base station (32) is in
System trouble, the mobile station and the infrastructure prearrange
potential call recovery operations. A trigger often initiates a call
recovery operation, wherein the trigger indicates when a
parameter or metric passes a threshold. These thresholds may be
dynamic, adapting to conditions of the system (10) and
environment, and the thresholds may be adjusted based on a
history or statistical record of operation of the system (10).

7945266 Method and apparatus for A method and apparatus for call recovery in a wireless SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 5 Spec: TS 25.214; United States: 7945266; China P.R.: ZL01820014.1; China P.R.: ZL200710004478.1; Austria: EP1346594; Belgium:
call recovery in a wireless communication system (10). When the communication link EP1346594; Denmark: EP1346594; Finland: EP1346594; France: EP1346594; Germany: EP1346594; Great Britain:
communication system between a mobile station (38) and a base station (32) is in EP1346594; Greece: EP1346594; India: 223168; Ireland: EP1346594; Italy: EP1346594; Japan: 4202132; Japan:
trouble, the mobile station and the infrastructure prearrange 4713601; Netherlands: EP1346594; Portugal: EP1346594; Republic of Korea: 10-0918214; Republic of Korea: 10-
potential rescue base stations (34). The source cell base station 1025463; Spain: EP1346594; Sweden: EP1346594; Switzerland: EP1346594
contacts all recovery-capable neighbors as potential rescuers.
Each rescue base station is instructed to use a default channel for
rescue transmissions. The rescue transmission is considered a call
recovery operation. The mobile station establishes a soft hand-off
with rescue base station, wherein the FL uses the default channel
and an alternate channel. Once hand-off is complete the rescue
base station discontinues use of the default channel. In one
embodiment, the source cell base station provides the mobile
station with the list of recovery-capable neighbors as overhead
during transmissions and prior to development of the
communication link problem.

ZL200710004478.1 Method and apparatus for A method and apparatus for call recovery in a wireless SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 5 Spec: TS 25.214; United States: 7945266; China P.R.: ZL01820014.1; China P.R.: ZL200710004478.1; Austria: EP1346594; Belgium:
call recovery in a wireless communication system (10). When the communication link EP1346594; Denmark: EP1346594; Finland: EP1346594; France: EP1346594; Germany: EP1346594; Great Britain:
communication system between a mobile station (38) and a base station (32) is in EP1346594; Greece: EP1346594; India: 223168; Ireland: EP1346594; Italy: EP1346594; Japan: 4202132; Japan:
trouble, the mobile station and the infrastructure prearrange 4713601; Netherlands: EP1346594; Portugal: EP1346594; Republic of Korea: 10-0918214; Republic of Korea: 10-
potential rescue base stations (34). The source cell base station 1025463; Spain: EP1346594; Sweden: EP1346594; Switzerland: EP1346594
contacts all recovery-capable neighbors as potential rescuers.
Each rescue base station is instructed to use a default channel for
rescue transmissions. The rescue transmission is considered a call
recovery operation. The mobile station establishes a soft hand-off
with rescue base station, wherein the FL uses the default channel
and an alternate channel. Once hand-off is complete the rescue
base station discontinues use of the default channel. In one
embodiment, the source cell base station provides the mobile
station with the list of recovery-capable neighbors as overhead
during transmissions and prior to development of the
communication link problem.

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ZL01820014.1 Method and apparatus for A method and apparatus for call recovery in a wireless SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 5 Spec: TS 25.214; United States: 7945266; China P.R.: ZL01820014.1; China P.R.: ZL200710004478.1; Austria: EP1346594; Belgium:
call recovery in a wireless communication system (10). When the communication link EP1346594; Denmark: EP1346594; Finland: EP1346594; France: EP1346594; Germany: EP1346594; Great Britain:
communication system between a mobile station (38) and a base station (32) is in EP1346594; Greece: EP1346594; India: 223168; Ireland: EP1346594; Italy: EP1346594; Japan: 4202132; Japan:
trouble, the mobile station and the infrastructure prearrange 4713601; Netherlands: EP1346594; Portugal: EP1346594; Republic of Korea: 10-0918214; Republic of Korea: 10-
potential rescue base stations (34). The source cell base station 1025463; Spain: EP1346594; Sweden: EP1346594; Switzerland: EP1346594
contacts all recovery-capable neighbors as potential rescuers.
Each rescue base station is instructed to use a default channel for
rescue transmissions. The rescue transmission is considered a call
recovery operation. The mobile station establishes a soft hand-off
with rescue base station, wherein the FL uses the default channel
and an alternate channel. Once hand-off is complete the rescue
base station discontinues use of the default channel. In one
embodiment, the source cell base station provides the mobile
station with the list of recovery-capable neighbors as overhead
during transmissions and prior to development of the
communication link problem.

20050276344 Coding Scheme for a Coding techniques for a (e.g., OFDM) communication system SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: TS 25.212; United States: 6961388; United States: 20050276344; United States: 14/885,787; China P.R.: ZL02805983.2; China
Wireless Communication capable of transmitting data on a number of "transmission SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: TS 25.214; P.R.: CN101005301; Brazil: PI0206877-0; European Patent Convention: EP1374466; European Patent Convention:
System channels" at different information bit rates based on the 15195476.5; Hong Kong: HK1063698; Hong Kong: HK1104695; Republic of Korea: 10-0883941; Taiwan: 586280
channels' achieved SNR. A base code is used in combination with
common or variable puncturing to achieve different coding rates
required by the transmission channels. The data (i.e., information
bits) for a data transmission is encoded with the base code, and
the coded bits for each channel (or group of channels with the
similar transmission capabilities) are punctured to achieve the
required coding rate. The coded bits may be interleaved (e.g., to
combat fading and remove correlation between coded bits in
each modulation symbol) prior to puncturing. The unpunctured
coded bits are grouped into non-binary symbols and mapped to
modulation symbols (e.g., using Gray mapping). The modulation
symbol may be "pre-conditioned" and prior to transmission.

6961388 Coding Scheme for a Coding techniques for a (e.g., OFDM) communication system SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: TS 25.212; United States: 6961388; United States: 20050276344; United States: 14/885,787; China P.R.: ZL02805983.2; China
Wireless Communication capable of transmitting data on a number of "transmission SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: TS 25.214; P.R.: CN101005301; Brazil: PI0206877-0; European Patent Convention: EP1374466; European Patent Convention:
System channels" at different information bit rates based on the 15195476.5; Hong Kong: HK1063698; Hong Kong: HK1104695; Republic of Korea: 10-0883941; Taiwan: 586280
channels' achieved SNR. A base code is used in combination with
common or variable puncturing to achieve different coding rates
required by the transmission channels. The data (i.e., information
bits) for a data transmission is encoded with the base code, and
the coded bits for each channel (or group of channels with the
similar transmission capabilities) are punctured to achieve the
required coding rate. The coded bits may be interleaved (e.g., to
combat fading and remove correlation between coded bits in
each modulation symbol) prior to puncturing. The unpunctured
coded bits are grouped into non-binary symbols and mapped to
modulation symbols (e.g., using Gray mapping). The modulation
symbol may be "pre-conditioned" and prior to transmission.

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14/885,787 Coding Scheme for a Coding techniques for a (e.g., OFDM) communication system SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: TS 25.212; United States: 6961388; United States: 20050276344; United States: 14/885,787; China P.R.: ZL02805983.2; China
Wireless Communication capable of transmitting data on a number of "transmission SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: TS 25.214; P.R.: CN101005301; Brazil: PI0206877-0; European Patent Convention: EP1374466; European Patent Convention:
System channels" at different information bit rates based on the 15195476.5; Hong Kong: HK1063698; Hong Kong: HK1104695; Republic of Korea: 10-0883941; Taiwan: 586280
channels' achieved SNR. A base code is used in combination with
common or variable puncturing to achieve different coding rates
required by the transmission channels. The data (i.e., information
bits) for a data transmission is encoded with the base code, and
the coded bits for each channel (or group of channels with the
similar transmission capabilities) are punctured to achieve the
required coding rate. The coded bits may be interleaved (e.g., to
combat fading and remove correlation between coded bits in
each modulation symbol) prior to puncturing. The unpunctured
coded bits are grouped into non-binary symbols and mapped to
modulation symbols (e.g., using Gray mapping). The modulation
symbol may be "pre-conditioned" and prior to transmission.

CN101005301 Coding Scheme for a Coding techniques for a (e.g., OFDM) communication system SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: TS 25.212; United States: 6961388; United States: 20050276344; United States: 14/885,787; China P.R.: ZL02805983.2; China
Wireless Communication capable of transmitting data on a number of "transmission SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: TS 25.214; P.R.: CN101005301; Brazil: PI0206877-0; European Patent Convention: EP1374466; European Patent Convention:
System channels" at different information bit rates based on the 15195476.5; Hong Kong: HK1063698; Hong Kong: HK1104695; Republic of Korea: 10-0883941; Taiwan: 586280
channels' achieved SNR. A base code is used in combination with
common or variable puncturing to achieve different coding rates
required by the transmission channels. The data (i.e., information
bits) for a data transmission is encoded with the base code, and
the coded bits for each channel (or group of channels with the
similar transmission capabilities) are punctured to achieve the
required coding rate. The coded bits may be interleaved (e.g., to
combat fading and remove correlation between coded bits in
each modulation symbol) prior to puncturing. The unpunctured
coded bits are grouped into non-binary symbols and mapped to
modulation symbols (e.g., using Gray mapping). The modulation
symbol may be "pre-conditioned" and prior to transmission.

ZL02805983.2 Coding Scheme for a Coding techniques for a (e.g., OFDM) communication system SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: TS 25.212; United States: 6961388; United States: 20050276344; United States: 14/885,787; China P.R.: ZL02805983.2; China
Wireless Communication capable of transmitting data on a number of "transmission SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: TS 25.214; P.R.: CN101005301; Brazil: PI0206877-0; European Patent Convention: EP1374466; European Patent Convention:
System channels" at different information bit rates based on the 15195476.5; Hong Kong: HK1063698; Hong Kong: HK1104695; Republic of Korea: 10-0883941; Taiwan: 586280
channels' achieved SNR. A base code is used in combination with
common or variable puncturing to achieve different coding rates
required by the transmission channels. The data (i.e., information
bits) for a data transmission is encoded with the base code, and
the coded bits for each channel (or group of channels with the
similar transmission capabilities) are punctured to achieve the
required coding rate. The coded bits may be interleaved (e.g., to
combat fading and remove correlation between coded bits in
each modulation symbol) prior to puncturing. The unpunctured
coded bits are grouped into non-binary symbols and mapped to
modulation symbols (e.g., using Gray mapping). The modulation
symbol may be "pre-conditioned" and prior to transmission.

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ZL01821818.0 Method and apparatus for A method and apparatus for transmitter re-initialization in a SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 5 Spec: TS 25.214; United States: 7567781; China P.R.: ZL01821818.0; Germany: EP1382181; Great Britain: EP1382181; India: 214321;
power level adjustment in a wireless communication system (10). When the communication Japan: 2015-015761; Republic of Korea: 10-0879420
wireless communication link between a mobile station (38) and a base station (32) is in
system trouble, the mobile station and the infrastructure prearrange
potential rescue base stations (34). The mobile station (38)
disables the transmitter during the rescue process. On recovery
the transmit power level of the transmitter is incremented for
transmission of the pilot strength measurement message until a
hand-off direction message is received. The transmit power level
is incremented to a maximum value.

6813284 Method and Apparatus for A method and system that enables multiplexing a plurality of data SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 6813284; China P.R.: ZL02805303.6; China P.R.: ZL200910141422.X; Australia: 2002251812; Austria:
Allocating Data Streams streams onto one data stream based on data stream priorities, SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Spec: ; EP2192702; Belgium: EP1843494; Belgium: EP2192702; Brazil: PI0206499-5; Denmark: EP2192702; Finland:
Given Transmission Time available transport format combinations (TFCs), and transmission EP1391067; Finland: EP1758278; Finland: EP1843494; Finland: EP2192702; France: EP1391067; France: EP1758278;
Interval (TTI) Constraints time interval (TTI) constraints of transport frames within the TFCs France: EP1843494; France: EP2192702; Germany: EP1391067; Germany: EP1758278; Germany: EP1843494;
is disclosed. A subscriber unit has applications that produce Germany: EP2192702; Great Britain: EP1391067; Great Britain: EP1758278; Great Britain: EP1843494; Great
separate data streams. Example applications include voice, Britain: EP2192702; Greece: EP2192702; Hong Kong: HK1144503; Hong Kong: HK1066932; Hong Kong: HK1103870;
signaling, E-mail and web applications. The data streams are Hong Kong: HK1116937; India: 222614; Indonesia: ID0017446; Ireland: EP1758278; Ireland: EP1843494; Ireland:
combined by a multiplexer module into one data stream called EP2192702; Israel: 156946; Israel: 194574; Italy: EP1391067; Italy: EP1758278; Italy: EP1843494; Italy: EP2192702;
the transport stream. The transport stream is sent over the Japan: 4177109; Mexico: 239441; Netherlands: EP1391067; Netherlands: EP1758278; Netherlands: EP1843494;
reverse link to base station transceivers (BTS). The multiplexer Netherlands: EP2192702; Norway: 335292; Portugal: EP2192702; Republic of Korea: 10-0806979; Russian
module multiplexes the data streams onto a single stream Federation: 2288548; Singapore: 98694; Spain: EP1758278; Spain: EP1843494; Spain: EP2192702; Sweden:
according to available TFCs, TTI constraints, and data stream EP1391067; Sweden: EP1758278; Sweden: EP1843494; Sweden: EP2192702; Switzerland: EP2192702; Taiwan:
priorities. I588536; Ukraine: 77952

ZL02805303.6 Method and Apparatus for A method and system that enables multiplexing a plurality of data SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 6813284; China P.R.: ZL02805303.6; China P.R.: ZL200910141422.X; Australia: 2002251812; Austria:
Allocating Data Streams streams onto one data stream based on data stream priorities, SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Spec: ; EP2192702; Belgium: EP1843494; Belgium: EP2192702; Brazil: PI0206499-5; Denmark: EP2192702; Finland:
Given Transmission Time available transport format combinations (TFCs), and transmission EP1391067; Finland: EP1758278; Finland: EP1843494; Finland: EP2192702; France: EP1391067; France: EP1758278;
Interval (TTI) Constraints time interval (TTI) constraints of transport frames within the TFCs France: EP1843494; France: EP2192702; Germany: EP1391067; Germany: EP1758278; Germany: EP1843494;
is disclosed. A subscriber unit has applications that produce Germany: EP2192702; Great Britain: EP1391067; Great Britain: EP1758278; Great Britain: EP1843494; Great
separate data streams. Example applications include voice, Britain: EP2192702; Greece: EP2192702; Hong Kong: HK1144503; Hong Kong: HK1066932; Hong Kong: HK1103870;
signaling, E-mail and web applications. The data streams are Hong Kong: HK1116937; India: 222614; Indonesia: ID0017446; Ireland: EP1758278; Ireland: EP1843494; Ireland:
combined by a multiplexer module into one data stream called EP2192702; Israel: 156946; Israel: 194574; Italy: EP1391067; Italy: EP1758278; Italy: EP1843494; Italy: EP2192702;
the transport stream. The transport stream is sent over the Japan: 4177109; Mexico: 239441; Netherlands: EP1391067; Netherlands: EP1758278; Netherlands: EP1843494;
reverse link to base station transceivers (BTS). The multiplexer Netherlands: EP2192702; Norway: 335292; Portugal: EP2192702; Republic of Korea: 10-0806979; Russian
module multiplexes the data streams onto a single stream Federation: 2288548; Singapore: 98694; Spain: EP1758278; Spain: EP1843494; Spain: EP2192702; Sweden:
according to available TFCs, TTI constraints, and data stream EP1391067; Sweden: EP1758278; Sweden: EP1843494; Sweden: EP2192702; Switzerland: EP2192702; Taiwan:
priorities. I588536; Ukraine: 77952

ZL200910141422.X Method and Apparatus for A method and system that enables multiplexing a plurality of data SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 6813284; China P.R.: ZL02805303.6; China P.R.: ZL200910141422.X; Australia: 2002251812; Austria:
Allocating Data Streams streams onto one data stream based on data stream priorities, SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Spec: ; EP2192702; Belgium: EP1843494; Belgium: EP2192702; Brazil: PI0206499-5; Denmark: EP2192702; Finland:
Given Transmission Time available transport format combinations (TFCs), and transmission EP1391067; Finland: EP1758278; Finland: EP1843494; Finland: EP2192702; France: EP1391067; France: EP1758278;
Interval (TTI) Constraints time interval (TTI) constraints of transport frames within the TFCs France: EP1843494; France: EP2192702; Germany: EP1391067; Germany: EP1758278; Germany: EP1843494;
is disclosed. A subscriber unit has applications that produce Germany: EP2192702; Great Britain: EP1391067; Great Britain: EP1758278; Great Britain: EP1843494; Great
separate data streams. Example applications include voice, Britain: EP2192702; Greece: EP2192702; Hong Kong: HK1144503; Hong Kong: HK1066932; Hong Kong: HK1103870;
signaling, E-mail and web applications. The data streams are Hong Kong: HK1116937; India: 222614; Indonesia: ID0017446; Ireland: EP1758278; Ireland: EP1843494; Ireland:
combined by a multiplexer module into one data stream called EP2192702; Israel: 156946; Israel: 194574; Italy: EP1391067; Italy: EP1758278; Italy: EP1843494; Italy: EP2192702;
the transport stream. The transport stream is sent over the Japan: 4177109; Mexico: 239441; Netherlands: EP1391067; Netherlands: EP1758278; Netherlands: EP1843494;
reverse link to base station transceivers (BTS). The multiplexer Netherlands: EP2192702; Norway: 335292; Portugal: EP2192702; Republic of Korea: 10-0806979; Russian
module multiplexes the data streams onto a single stream Federation: 2288548; Singapore: 98694; Spain: EP1758278; Spain: EP1843494; Spain: EP2192702; Sweden:
according to available TFCs, TTI constraints, and data stream EP1391067; Sweden: EP1758278; Sweden: EP1843494; Sweden: EP2192702; Switzerland: EP2192702; Taiwan:
priorities. I588536; Ukraine: 77952

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7411929 Method and apparatus for Techniques for transmitting data from a transmitter unit to a SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: TS 25.214; United States: 6771706; United States: 7590182; United States: 7949060; United States: 7411929; China P.R.:
utilizing channel state receiver unit in a multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) ZL02808558.2; Belgium: EP1371147; Brazil: PI0208312-4; European Patent Convention: EP2256952; European
information in a wireless communication system. In one method, at the receiver unit, a Patent Convention: EP2256953; Finland: EP1371147; France: EP1371147; France: EP1786118; Germany:
communication system number of signals are received via a number of receive antennas, EP1371147; Germany: EP1786118; Great Britain: EP1371147; Great Britain: EP1786118; Hong Kong: HK1068465;
with the received signal from each receive antenna comprising a Ireland: EP1371147; Italy: EP1371147; Italy: EP1786118; Japan: 4593878; Japan: 5362274; Netherlands:
combination of one or more signals transmitted from the EP1371147; Republic of Korea: 10-0950141; Spain: EP1371147; Spain: EP1786118; Sweden: EP1371147; Taiwan:
transmitter unit. The received signals are processed to derive I230525
channel state information (CSI) indicative of characteristics of a
number of transmission channels used for data transmission. The
CSI is transmitted back to the transmitter unit. At the transmitter
unit, the CSI from the receiver unit is received and data for
transmission to the receiver unit is processed based on the
received CSI.

7590182 Method and apparatus for Techniques for transmitting data from a transmitter unit to a SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: TS 25.214; United States: 6771706; United States: 7590182; United States: 7949060; United States: 7411929; China P.R.:
utilizing channel state receiver unit in a multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) ZL02808558.2; Belgium: EP1371147; Brazil: PI0208312-4; European Patent Convention: EP2256952; European
information in a wireless communication system. In one method, at the receiver unit, a Patent Convention: EP2256953; Finland: EP1371147; France: EP1371147; France: EP1786118; Germany:
communication system number of signals are received via a number of receive antennas, EP1371147; Germany: EP1786118; Great Britain: EP1371147; Great Britain: EP1786118; Hong Kong: HK1068465;
with the received signal from each receive antenna comprising a Ireland: EP1371147; Italy: EP1371147; Italy: EP1786118; Japan: 4593878; Japan: 5362274; Netherlands:
combination of one or more signals transmitted from the EP1371147; Republic of Korea: 10-0950141; Spain: EP1371147; Spain: EP1786118; Sweden: EP1371147; Taiwan:
transmitter unit. The received signals are processed to derive I230525
channel state information (CSI) indicative of characteristics of a
number of transmission channels used for data transmission. The
CSI is transmitted back to the transmitter unit. At the transmitter
unit, the CSI from the receiver unit is received and data for
transmission to the receiver unit is processed based on the
received CSI.

6771706 Method and apparatus for Techniques for transmitting data from a transmitter unit to a SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: TS 25.214; United States: 6771706; United States: 7590182; United States: 7949060; United States: 7411929; China P.R.:
utilizing channel state receiver unit in a multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) ZL02808558.2; Belgium: EP1371147; Brazil: PI0208312-4; European Patent Convention: EP2256952; European
information in a wireless communication system. In one method, at the receiver unit, a Patent Convention: EP2256953; Finland: EP1371147; France: EP1371147; France: EP1786118; Germany:
communication system number of signals are received via a number of receive antennas, EP1371147; Germany: EP1786118; Great Britain: EP1371147; Great Britain: EP1786118; Hong Kong: HK1068465;
with the received signal from each receive antenna comprising a Ireland: EP1371147; Italy: EP1371147; Italy: EP1786118; Japan: 4593878; Japan: 5362274; Netherlands:
combination of one or more signals transmitted from the EP1371147; Republic of Korea: 10-0950141; Spain: EP1371147; Spain: EP1786118; Sweden: EP1371147; Taiwan:
transmitter unit. The received signals are processed to derive I230525
channel state information (CSI) indicative of characteristics of a
number of transmission channels used for data transmission. The
CSI is transmitted back to the transmitter unit. At the transmitter
unit, the CSI from the receiver unit is received and data for
transmission to the receiver unit is processed based on the
received CSI.

7949060 Method and apparatus for Techniques for transmitting data from a transmitter unit to a SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: TS 25.214; United States: 6771706; United States: 7590182; United States: 7949060; United States: 7411929; China P.R.:
utilizing channel state receiver unit in a multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) ZL02808558.2; Belgium: EP1371147; Brazil: PI0208312-4; European Patent Convention: EP2256952; European
information in a wireless communication system. In one method, at the receiver unit, a Patent Convention: EP2256953; Finland: EP1371147; France: EP1371147; France: EP1786118; Germany:
communication system number of signals are received via a number of receive antennas, EP1371147; Germany: EP1786118; Great Britain: EP1371147; Great Britain: EP1786118; Hong Kong: HK1068465;
with the received signal from each receive antenna comprising a Ireland: EP1371147; Italy: EP1371147; Italy: EP1786118; Japan: 4593878; Japan: 5362274; Netherlands:
combination of one or more signals transmitted from the EP1371147; Republic of Korea: 10-0950141; Spain: EP1371147; Spain: EP1786118; Sweden: EP1371147; Taiwan:
transmitter unit. The received signals are processed to derive I230525
channel state information (CSI) indicative of characteristics of a
number of transmission channels used for data transmission. The
CSI is transmitted back to the transmitter unit. At the transmitter
unit, the CSI from the receiver unit is received and data for
transmission to the receiver unit is processed based on the
received CSI.

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ZL02808558.2 Method and apparatus for Techniques for transmitting data from a transmitter unit to a SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: TS 25.214; United States: 6771706; United States: 7590182; United States: 7949060; United States: 7411929; China P.R.:
utilizing channel state receiver unit in a multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) ZL02808558.2; Belgium: EP1371147; Brazil: PI0208312-4; European Patent Convention: EP2256952; European
information in a wireless communication system. In one method, at the receiver unit, a Patent Convention: EP2256953; Finland: EP1371147; France: EP1371147; France: EP1786118; Germany:
communication system number of signals are received via a number of receive antennas, EP1371147; Germany: EP1786118; Great Britain: EP1371147; Great Britain: EP1786118; Hong Kong: HK1068465;
with the received signal from each receive antenna comprising a Ireland: EP1371147; Italy: EP1371147; Italy: EP1786118; Japan: 4593878; Japan: 5362274; Netherlands:
combination of one or more signals transmitted from the EP1371147; Republic of Korea: 10-0950141; Spain: EP1371147; Spain: EP1786118; Sweden: EP1371147; Taiwan:
transmitter unit. The received signals are processed to derive I230525
channel state information (CSI) indicative of characteristics of a
number of transmission channels used for data transmission. The
CSI is transmitted back to the transmitter unit. At the transmitter
unit, the CSI from the receiver unit is received and data for
transmission to the receiver unit is processed based on the
received CSI.

7006848 Method and apparatus for Techniques for transmitting data from a transmitter unit to a SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: TS 25.214; United States: 7006848
utilizing channel state receiver unit in a multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO)
information in a wireless communication system. In one method, at the receiver unit, a
communication system number of signals are received via a number of receive antennas,
with the received signal from each receive antenna comprising a
combination of one or more signals transmitted from the
transmitter unit. The received signals are processed to derive
channel state information (CSI) indicative of characteristics of a
number of transmission channels used for data transmission. The
CSI is transmitted back to the transmitter unit. At the transmitter
unit, the CSI from the receiver unit is received and data for
transmission to the receiver unit is processed based on the
received CSI.

7940720 Reverse link channel A channel structure and mechanisms that support effective and SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 6 Spec: TS 25.211; United States: 7120134; United States: 7940720; United States: 8098581; China P.R.: ZL02807463.7; China P.R.:
architecture for a wireless efficient allocation and utilization of the reverse link resources. In SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 6 Spec: TS 25.214; ZL200610103016.0; Australia: 2002255575; Australia: 2007237369; Austria: EP1827050; Austria: EP2202905;
communication system one aspect, mechanisms are provided to quickly assign resources SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 6 Spec: TS 25.309; Belgium: EP1827050; Belgium: EP2202905; Brazil: PI0207421-4; Canada: 2438527; Canada: 2806712; Denmark:
(e.g., a supplemental channel) as needed, and to quickly de- SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 6 Spec: TS 25.321; EP1827050; Denmark: EP2202905; Finland: EP1436910; Finland: EP1524874; Finland: EP1827050; Finland:
assign the resources when not needed or to maintain system EP2202905; France: EP1436910; France: EP1524874; France: EP1827050; France: EP2202905; Germany:
stability. The reverse link resources may be quickly assigned and EP1436910; Germany: EP1524874; Germany: EP1827050; Germany: EP2202905; Great Britain: EP1436910; Great
de-assigned via short messages exchanged on control channels Britain: EP1524874; Great Britain: EP1827050; Great Britain: EP2202905; Greece: EP1827050; Greece: EP2202905;
on the forward and reverse links. In another aspect, mechanisms Hong Kong: HK1144988; Hong Kong: HK1067466; Hong Kong: HK1106348; India: 235313; Indonesia: ID 0 019 068;
are provided to facilitate efficient and reliable data transmission. Indonesia: IDP0029691; Ireland: EP1827050; Ireland: EP2202905; Israel: 157370; Israel: 193787; Italy: EP1436910;
A reliable acknowledgment/negative acknowledgment scheme Italy: EP1524874; Italy: EP1827050; Italy: EP2202905; Japan: 4040976; Japan: 4805876; Japan: 5080666; Mexico:
and an efficient retransmission scheme are provided. 242522; Mexico: 261461; Netherlands: EP1524874; Netherlands: EP1827050; Netherlands: EP2202905; Norway:
Mechanisms are also provided to control the transmit power 334924; Portugal: EP1827050; Portugal: EP2202905; Republic of Korea: 10-0884510; Republic of Korea: 10-
and/or data rate of the remote terminals to achieve high 0926917; Russian Federation: 2307479; Russian Federation: 2419206; Russian Federation: 2424614; Russian
performance and avoid instability. Federation: 2433542; Singapore: 100099; Spain: EP1524874; Spain: EP1827050; Spain: EP2202905; Sweden:
EP1436910; Sweden: EP1524874; Sweden: EP1827050; Sweden: EP2202905; Switzerland: EP1827050; Switzerland:
EP2202905; Taiwan: I545002; Ukraine: 74413

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8098581 Reverse link channel A channel structure and mechanisms that support effective and SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 6 Spec: TS 25.211; United States: 7120134; United States: 7940720; United States: 8098581; China P.R.: ZL02807463.7; China P.R.:
architecture for a wireless efficient allocation and utilization of the reverse link resources. In SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 6 Spec: TS 25.214; ZL200610103016.0; Australia: 2002255575; Australia: 2007237369; Austria: EP1827050; Austria: EP2202905;
communication system one aspect, mechanisms are provided to quickly assign resources SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 6 Spec: TS 25.309; Belgium: EP1827050; Belgium: EP2202905; Brazil: PI0207421-4; Canada: 2438527; Canada: 2806712; Denmark:
(e.g., a supplemental channel) as needed, and to quickly de- SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 6 Spec: TS 25.321; EP1827050; Denmark: EP2202905; Finland: EP1436910; Finland: EP1524874; Finland: EP1827050; Finland:
assign the resources when not needed or to maintain system EP2202905; France: EP1436910; France: EP1524874; France: EP1827050; France: EP2202905; Germany:
stability. The reverse link resources may be quickly assigned and EP1436910; Germany: EP1524874; Germany: EP1827050; Germany: EP2202905; Great Britain: EP1436910; Great
de-assigned via short messages exchanged on control channels Britain: EP1524874; Great Britain: EP1827050; Great Britain: EP2202905; Greece: EP1827050; Greece: EP2202905;
on the forward and reverse links. In another aspect, mechanisms Hong Kong: HK1144988; Hong Kong: HK1067466; Hong Kong: HK1106348; India: 235313; Indonesia: ID 0 019 068;
are provided to facilitate efficient and reliable data transmission. Indonesia: IDP0029691; Ireland: EP1827050; Ireland: EP2202905; Israel: 157370; Israel: 193787; Italy: EP1436910;
A reliable acknowledgment/negative acknowledgment scheme Italy: EP1524874; Italy: EP1827050; Italy: EP2202905; Japan: 4040976; Japan: 4805876; Japan: 5080666; Mexico:
and an efficient retransmission scheme are provided. 242522; Mexico: 261461; Netherlands: EP1524874; Netherlands: EP1827050; Netherlands: EP2202905; Norway:
Mechanisms are also provided to control the transmit power 334924; Portugal: EP1827050; Portugal: EP2202905; Republic of Korea: 10-0884510; Republic of Korea: 10-
and/or data rate of the remote terminals to achieve high 0926917; Russian Federation: 2307479; Russian Federation: 2419206; Russian Federation: 2424614; Russian
performance and avoid instability. Federation: 2433542; Singapore: 100099; Spain: EP1524874; Spain: EP1827050; Spain: EP2202905; Sweden:
EP1436910; Sweden: EP1524874; Sweden: EP1827050; Sweden: EP2202905; Switzerland: EP1827050; Switzerland:
EP2202905; Taiwan: I545002; Ukraine: 74413

7120134 Reverse link channel A channel structure and mechanisms that support effective and SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 6 Spec: TS 25.211; United States: 7120134; United States: 7940720; United States: 8098581; China P.R.: ZL02807463.7; China P.R.:
architecture for a wireless efficient allocation and utilization of the reverse link resources. In SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 6 Spec: TS 25.214; ZL200610103016.0; Australia: 2002255575; Australia: 2007237369; Austria: EP1827050; Austria: EP2202905;
communication system one aspect, mechanisms are provided to quickly assign resources SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 6 Spec: TS 25.309; Belgium: EP1827050; Belgium: EP2202905; Brazil: PI0207421-4; Canada: 2438527; Canada: 2806712; Denmark:
(e.g., a supplemental channel) as needed, and to quickly de- SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 6 Spec: TS 25.321; EP1827050; Denmark: EP2202905; Finland: EP1436910; Finland: EP1524874; Finland: EP1827050; Finland:
assign the resources when not needed or to maintain system EP2202905; France: EP1436910; France: EP1524874; France: EP1827050; France: EP2202905; Germany:
stability. The reverse link resources may be quickly assigned and EP1436910; Germany: EP1524874; Germany: EP1827050; Germany: EP2202905; Great Britain: EP1436910; Great
de-assigned via short messages exchanged on control channels Britain: EP1524874; Great Britain: EP1827050; Great Britain: EP2202905; Greece: EP1827050; Greece: EP2202905;
on the forward and reverse links. In another aspect, mechanisms Hong Kong: HK1144988; Hong Kong: HK1067466; Hong Kong: HK1106348; India: 235313; Indonesia: ID 0 019 068;
are provided to facilitate efficient and reliable data transmission. Indonesia: IDP0029691; Ireland: EP1827050; Ireland: EP2202905; Israel: 157370; Israel: 193787; Italy: EP1436910;
A reliable acknowledgment/negative acknowledgment scheme Italy: EP1524874; Italy: EP1827050; Italy: EP2202905; Japan: 4040976; Japan: 4805876; Japan: 5080666; Mexico:
and an efficient retransmission scheme are provided. 242522; Mexico: 261461; Netherlands: EP1524874; Netherlands: EP1827050; Netherlands: EP2202905; Norway:
Mechanisms are also provided to control the transmit power 334924; Portugal: EP1827050; Portugal: EP2202905; Republic of Korea: 10-0884510; Republic of Korea: 10-
and/or data rate of the remote terminals to achieve high 0926917; Russian Federation: 2307479; Russian Federation: 2419206; Russian Federation: 2424614; Russian
performance and avoid instability. Federation: 2433542; Singapore: 100099; Spain: EP1524874; Spain: EP1827050; Spain: EP2202905; Sweden:
EP1436910; Sweden: EP1524874; Sweden: EP1827050; Sweden: EP2202905; Switzerland: EP1827050; Switzerland:
EP2202905; Taiwan: I545002; Ukraine: 74413

ZL200610103016.0 Reverse link channel A channel structure and mechanisms that support effective and SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 6 Spec: TS 25.211; United States: 7120134; United States: 7940720; United States: 8098581; China P.R.: ZL02807463.7; China P.R.:
architecture for a wireless efficient allocation and utilization of the reverse link resources. In SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 6 Spec: TS 25.214; ZL200610103016.0; Australia: 2002255575; Australia: 2007237369; Austria: EP1827050; Austria: EP2202905;
communication system one aspect, mechanisms are provided to quickly assign resources SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 6 Spec: TS 25.309; Belgium: EP1827050; Belgium: EP2202905; Brazil: PI0207421-4; Canada: 2438527; Canada: 2806712; Denmark:
(e.g., a supplemental channel) as needed, and to quickly de- SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 6 Spec: TS 25.321; EP1827050; Denmark: EP2202905; Finland: EP1436910; Finland: EP1524874; Finland: EP1827050; Finland:
assign the resources when not needed or to maintain system EP2202905; France: EP1436910; France: EP1524874; France: EP1827050; France: EP2202905; Germany:
stability. The reverse link resources may be quickly assigned and EP1436910; Germany: EP1524874; Germany: EP1827050; Germany: EP2202905; Great Britain: EP1436910; Great
de-assigned via short messages exchanged on control channels Britain: EP1524874; Great Britain: EP1827050; Great Britain: EP2202905; Greece: EP1827050; Greece: EP2202905;
on the forward and reverse links. In another aspect, mechanisms Hong Kong: HK1144988; Hong Kong: HK1067466; Hong Kong: HK1106348; India: 235313; Indonesia: ID 0 019 068;
are provided to facilitate efficient and reliable data transmission. Indonesia: IDP0029691; Ireland: EP1827050; Ireland: EP2202905; Israel: 157370; Israel: 193787; Italy: EP1436910;
A reliable acknowledgment/negative acknowledgment scheme Italy: EP1524874; Italy: EP1827050; Italy: EP2202905; Japan: 4040976; Japan: 4805876; Japan: 5080666; Mexico:
and an efficient retransmission scheme are provided. 242522; Mexico: 261461; Netherlands: EP1524874; Netherlands: EP1827050; Netherlands: EP2202905; Norway:
Mechanisms are also provided to control the transmit power 334924; Portugal: EP1827050; Portugal: EP2202905; Republic of Korea: 10-0884510; Republic of Korea: 10-
and/or data rate of the remote terminals to achieve high 0926917; Russian Federation: 2307479; Russian Federation: 2419206; Russian Federation: 2424614; Russian
performance and avoid instability. Federation: 2433542; Singapore: 100099; Spain: EP1524874; Spain: EP1827050; Spain: EP2202905; Sweden:
EP1436910; Sweden: EP1524874; Sweden: EP1827050; Sweden: EP2202905; Switzerland: EP1827050; Switzerland:
EP2202905; Taiwan: I545002; Ukraine: 74413

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ZL02807463.7 Method and apparatus for A channel structure and mechanisms that support effective and SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 6 Spec: TS 25.211; United States: 7120134; United States: 7940720; United States: 8098581; China P.R.: ZL02807463.7; China P.R.:
controlling transmit power of efficient allocation and utilization of the reverse link resources. In SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 6 Spec: TS 25.214; ZL200610103016.0; Australia: 2002255575; Australia: 2007237369; Austria: EP1827050; Austria: EP2202905;
a supplemental channel in a one aspect, mechanisms are provided to quickly assign resources SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 6 Spec: TS 25.309; Belgium: EP1827050; Belgium: EP2202905; Brazil: PI0207421-4; Canada: 2438527; Canada: 2806712; Denmark:
reverse link (e.g., a supplemental channel) as needed, and to quickly de- SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 6 Spec: TS 25.321; EP1827050; Denmark: EP2202905; Finland: EP1436910; Finland: EP1524874; Finland: EP1827050; Finland:
assign the resources when not needed or to maintain system EP2202905; France: EP1436910; France: EP1524874; France: EP1827050; France: EP2202905; Germany:
stability. The reverse link resources may be quickly assigned and EP1436910; Germany: EP1524874; Germany: EP1827050; Germany: EP2202905; Great Britain: EP1436910; Great
de-assigned via short messages exchanged on control channels Britain: EP1524874; Great Britain: EP1827050; Great Britain: EP2202905; Greece: EP1827050; Greece: EP2202905;
on the forward and reverse links. In another aspect, mechanisms Hong Kong: HK1144988; Hong Kong: HK1067466; Hong Kong: HK1106348; India: 235313; Indonesia: ID 0 019 068;
are provided to facilitate efficient and reliable data transmission. Indonesia: IDP0029691; Ireland: EP1827050; Ireland: EP2202905; Israel: 157370; Israel: 193787; Italy: EP1436910;
A reliable acknowledgment/negative acknowledgment scheme Italy: EP1524874; Italy: EP1827050; Italy: EP2202905; Japan: 4040976; Japan: 4805876; Japan: 5080666; Mexico:
and an efficient retransmission scheme are provided. 242522; Mexico: 261461; Netherlands: EP1524874; Netherlands: EP1827050; Netherlands: EP2202905; Norway:
Mechanisms are also provided to control the transmit power 334924; Portugal: EP1827050; Portugal: EP2202905; Republic of Korea: 10-0884510; Republic of Korea: 10-
and/or data rate of the remote terminals to achieve high 0926917; Russian Federation: 2307479; Russian Federation: 2419206; Russian Federation: 2424614; Russian
performance and avoid instability. Federation: 2433542; Singapore: 100099; Spain: EP1524874; Spain: EP1827050; Spain: EP2202905; Sweden:
EP1436910; Sweden: EP1524874; Sweden: EP1827050; Sweden: EP2202905; Switzerland: EP1827050; Switzerland:
EP2202905; Taiwan: I545002; Ukraine: 74413

6985453 Method and apparatus for Method and apparatus for providing link quality feedback to a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 6985453; China P.R.: ZL02807215.4; China P.R.: ZL200710004479.6; China P.R.: CN103813390;
link quality feedback in a transmitter In one embodiment, a periodic link quality message is SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Spec: ; Australia: 2002247030; Australia: 2006252253; Austria: EP1801997; Belgium: EP1801997; Brazil: PI0207875-9;
wireless communication transmitted on a gated channel, while continuous differential Canada: 2438440; Denmark: EP1801997; European Patent Convention: EP2256945; Finland: EP1360778; Finland:
system indicators are transmitted. Between quality messages, the EP1801997; France: EP1360778; France: EP1801997; Germany: EP1360778; Germany: EP1801997; Great Britain:
differential indicators track the quality of the link. The periodic EP1360778; Great Britain: EP1801997; Greece: EP1801997; Hong Kong: HK1195840; Hong Kong: HK1066935; Hong
quality messages provide synchronization to the transmitter and Kong: HK1104696; India: 225820; India: 262171; Indonesia: ID0019422; Ireland: EP1360778; Ireland: EP1801997;
receiver . A coding is applied to the feedback information Israel: 157405; Israel: 201992; Italy: EP1360778; Italy: EP1801997; Japan: 5253741; Japan: 4723617; Japan:
identifying the transmitter, In one embodiment, a remote station 5755670; Mexico: 241141; Mexico: 259366; Mexico: 304958; Netherlands: EP1360778; Netherlands: EP1801997;
includes a differential analyzer (212) to determine the change in Norway: 329818; Norway: 20070587; Portugal: EP1801997; Republic of Korea: 10-0933513; Republic of Korea: 10-
successive channel quality measurements. In an alternate 0899145; Russian Federation: 2285338; Singapore: 98962; Spain: EP1360778; Spain: EP1801997; Sweden:
embodiment, link quality feedback information is gated according EP1801997; Switzerland: EP1801997; Taiwan: 535371; Ukraine: 74416
to channel condition.

ZL200710004479.6 Method and apparatus for Method and apparatus for providing link quality feedback to a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 6985453; China P.R.: ZL02807215.4; China P.R.: ZL200710004479.6; China P.R.: CN103813390;
link quality feedback in a transmitter In one embodiment, a periodic link quality message is SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Spec: ; Australia: 2002247030; Australia: 2006252253; Austria: EP1801997; Belgium: EP1801997; Brazil: PI0207875-9;
wireless communication transmitted on a gated channel, while continuous differential Canada: 2438440; Denmark: EP1801997; European Patent Convention: EP2256945; Finland: EP1360778; Finland:
system indicators are transmitted. Between quality messages, the EP1801997; France: EP1360778; France: EP1801997; Germany: EP1360778; Germany: EP1801997; Great Britain:
differential indicators track the quality of the link. The periodic EP1360778; Great Britain: EP1801997; Greece: EP1801997; Hong Kong: HK1195840; Hong Kong: HK1066935; Hong
quality messages provide synchronization to the transmitter and Kong: HK1104696; India: 225820; India: 262171; Indonesia: ID0019422; Ireland: EP1360778; Ireland: EP1801997;
receiver . A coding is applied to the feedback information Israel: 157405; Israel: 201992; Italy: EP1360778; Italy: EP1801997; Japan: 5253741; Japan: 4723617; Japan:
identifying the transmitter, In one embodiment, a remote station 5755670; Mexico: 241141; Mexico: 259366; Mexico: 304958; Netherlands: EP1360778; Netherlands: EP1801997;
includes a differential analyzer (212) to determine the change in Norway: 329818; Norway: 20070587; Portugal: EP1801997; Republic of Korea: 10-0933513; Republic of Korea: 10-
successive channel quality measurements. In an alternate 0899145; Russian Federation: 2285338; Singapore: 98962; Spain: EP1360778; Spain: EP1801997; Sweden:
embodiment, link quality feedback information is gated according EP1801997; Switzerland: EP1801997; Taiwan: 535371; Ukraine: 74416
to channel condition.

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ZL02807215.4 Method and apparatus for Method and apparatus for providing link quality feedback to a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 6985453; China P.R.: ZL02807215.4; China P.R.: ZL200710004479.6; China P.R.: CN103813390;
link quality feedback in a transmitter In one embodiment, a periodic link quality message is SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Spec: ; Australia: 2002247030; Australia: 2006252253; Austria: EP1801997; Belgium: EP1801997; Brazil: PI0207875-9;
wireless communication transmitted on a gated channel, while continuous differential Canada: 2438440; Denmark: EP1801997; European Patent Convention: EP2256945; Finland: EP1360778; Finland:
system indicators are transmitted. Between quality messages, the EP1801997; France: EP1360778; France: EP1801997; Germany: EP1360778; Germany: EP1801997; Great Britain:
differential indicators track the quality of the link. The periodic EP1360778; Great Britain: EP1801997; Greece: EP1801997; Hong Kong: HK1195840; Hong Kong: HK1066935; Hong
quality messages provide synchronization to the transmitter and Kong: HK1104696; India: 225820; India: 262171; Indonesia: ID0019422; Ireland: EP1360778; Ireland: EP1801997;
receiver . A coding is applied to the feedback information Israel: 157405; Israel: 201992; Italy: EP1360778; Italy: EP1801997; Japan: 5253741; Japan: 4723617; Japan:
identifying the transmitter, In one embodiment, a remote station 5755670; Mexico: 241141; Mexico: 259366; Mexico: 304958; Netherlands: EP1360778; Netherlands: EP1801997;
includes a differential analyzer (212) to determine the change in Norway: 329818; Norway: 20070587; Portugal: EP1801997; Republic of Korea: 10-0933513; Republic of Korea: 10-
successive channel quality measurements. In an alternate 0899145; Russian Federation: 2285338; Singapore: 98962; Spain: EP1360778; Spain: EP1801997; Sweden:
embodiment, link quality feedback information is gated according EP1801997; Switzerland: EP1801997; Taiwan: 535371; Ukraine: 74416
to channel condition.

CN103813390 Method and apparatus for Method and apparatus for providing link quality feedback to a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 6985453; China P.R.: ZL02807215.4; China P.R.: ZL200710004479.6; China P.R.: CN103813390;
link quality feedback in a transmitter In one embodiment, a periodic link quality message is SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Spec: ; Australia: 2002247030; Australia: 2006252253; Austria: EP1801997; Belgium: EP1801997; Brazil: PI0207875-9;
wireless communication transmitted on a gated channel, while continuous differential Canada: 2438440; Denmark: EP1801997; European Patent Convention: EP2256945; Finland: EP1360778; Finland:
system indicators are transmitted. Between quality messages, the EP1801997; France: EP1360778; France: EP1801997; Germany: EP1360778; Germany: EP1801997; Great Britain:
differential indicators track the quality of the link. The periodic EP1360778; Great Britain: EP1801997; Greece: EP1801997; Hong Kong: HK1195840; Hong Kong: HK1066935; Hong
quality messages provide synchronization to the transmitter and Kong: HK1104696; India: 225820; India: 262171; Indonesia: ID0019422; Ireland: EP1360778; Ireland: EP1801997;
receiver . A coding is applied to the feedback information Israel: 157405; Israel: 201992; Italy: EP1360778; Italy: EP1801997; Japan: 5253741; Japan: 4723617; Japan:
identifying the transmitter, In one embodiment, a remote station 5755670; Mexico: 241141; Mexico: 259366; Mexico: 304958; Netherlands: EP1360778; Netherlands: EP1801997;
includes a differential analyzer (212) to determine the change in Norway: 329818; Norway: 20070587; Portugal: EP1801997; Republic of Korea: 10-0933513; Republic of Korea: 10-
successive channel quality measurements. In an alternate 0899145; Russian Federation: 2285338; Singapore: 98962; Spain: EP1360778; Spain: EP1801997; Sweden:
embodiment, link quality feedback information is gated according EP1801997; Switzerland: EP1801997; Taiwan: 535371; Ukraine: 74416
to channel condition.

7907972 Method and apparatus for Techniques to schedule downlink data transmission to a number SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: TS 25.211; United States: 6662024; United States: 7248879; United States: 7907972; United States: 8489107; China P.R.:
allocating downlink of terminals in a SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: TS 25.214; ZL02813159.2; Brazil: PI0209636-6; Canada: 2446877; France: EP1388231; France: EP1830509; Germany:
resources in a multiple-input wireless communication system. In one method, one or more sets SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: TS 25.308; EP1388231; Germany: EP1830509; Great Britain: EP1388231; Great Britain: EP1830509; India: 230228; Italy:
multiple-output (MIMO) of terminals are EP1830509; Japan: 4537004; Mexico: 240059; Netherlands: EP1830509; Republic of Korea: 10-0938302; Russian
communication system formed for possible data transmission, with each set including a Federation: 2294599; Spain: EP1388231; Spain: EP1830509; Taiwan: I545074
unique combination of
one or more terminals and corresponding to a hypothesis to be
evaluated. One or more
sub-hypotheses may further be formed for each hypothesis, with
each sub-hypothesis
corresponding to specific assignments of a number of transmit
antennas to the one or
more terminals in the hypothesis. The performance of each sub-
hypothesis is then
evaluated, and one of the evaluated sub-hypotheses is selected
based on their
performance. The terminal(s) in the selected sub-hypothesis are
then scheduled for data
transmission, and data is thereafter coded, modulated, and
transmitted to each scheduled
terminal from one or more transmit antennas assigned to the
terminal.

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7248879 Method and apparatus for Techniques to schedule downlink data transmission to a number SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: TS 25.211; United States: 6662024; United States: 7248879; United States: 7907972; United States: 8489107; China P.R.:
allocating downlink of terminals in a SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: TS 25.214; ZL02813159.2; Brazil: PI0209636-6; Canada: 2446877; France: EP1388231; France: EP1830509; Germany:
resources in a multiple-input wireless communication system. In one method, one or more sets SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: TS 25.308; EP1388231; Germany: EP1830509; Great Britain: EP1388231; Great Britain: EP1830509; India: 230228; Italy:
multiple-output (MIMO) of terminals are EP1830509; Japan: 4537004; Mexico: 240059; Netherlands: EP1830509; Republic of Korea: 10-0938302; Russian
communication system formed for possible data transmission, with each set including a Federation: 2294599; Spain: EP1388231; Spain: EP1830509; Taiwan: I545074
unique combination of
one or more terminals and corresponding to a hypothesis to be
evaluated. One or more
sub-hypotheses may further be formed for each hypothesis, with
each sub-hypothesis
corresponding to specific assignments of a number of transmit
antennas to the one or
more terminals in the hypothesis. The performance of each sub-
hypothesis is then
evaluated, and one of the evaluated sub-hypotheses is selected
based on their
performance. The terminal(s) in the selected sub-hypothesis are
then scheduled for data
transmission, and data is thereafter coded, modulated, and
transmitted to each scheduled
terminal from one or more transmit antennas assigned to the
terminal
6662024 Method and apparatus for Techniques to schedule downlink data transmission to a number SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: TS 25.211; United States: 6662024; United States: 7248879; United States: 7907972; United States: 8489107; China P.R.:
allocating downlink of terminals in a SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: TS 25.214; ZL02813159.2; Brazil: PI0209636-6; Canada: 2446877; France: EP1388231; France: EP1830509; Germany:
resources in a multiple-input wireless communication system. In one method, one or more sets SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: TS 25.308; EP1388231; Germany: EP1830509; Great Britain: EP1388231; Great Britain: EP1830509; India: 230228; Italy:
multiple-output (MIMO) of terminals are EP1830509; Japan: 4537004; Mexico: 240059; Netherlands: EP1830509; Republic of Korea: 10-0938302; Russian
communication system formed for possible data transmission, with each set including a Federation: 2294599; Spain: EP1388231; Spain: EP1830509; Taiwan: I545074
unique combination of
one or more terminals and corresponding to a hypothesis to be
evaluated. One or more
sub-hypotheses may further be formed for each hypothesis, with
each sub-hypothesis
corresponding to specific assignments of a number of transmit
antennas to the one or
more terminals in the hypothesis. The performance of each sub-
hypothesis is then
evaluated, and one of the evaluated sub-hypotheses is selected
based on their
performance. The terminal(s) in the selected sub-hypothesis are
then scheduled for data
transmission, and data is thereafter coded, modulated, and
transmitted to each scheduled
terminal from one or more transmit antennas assigned to the
terminal.

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8489107 Method and apparatus for Techniques to schedule downlink data transmission to a number SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: TS 25.211; United States: 6662024; United States: 7248879; United States: 7907972; United States: 8489107; China P.R.:
allocating downlink of terminals in a SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: TS 25.214; ZL02813159.2; Brazil: PI0209636-6; Canada: 2446877; France: EP1388231; France: EP1830509; Germany:
resources in a multiple-input wireless communication system. In one method, one or more sets SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: TS 25.308; EP1388231; Germany: EP1830509; Great Britain: EP1388231; Great Britain: EP1830509; India: 230228; Italy:
multiple-output (MIMO) of terminals are EP1830509; Japan: 4537004; Mexico: 240059; Netherlands: EP1830509; Republic of Korea: 10-0938302; Russian
communication system formed for possible data transmission, with each set including a Federation: 2294599; Spain: EP1388231; Spain: EP1830509; Taiwan: I545074
unique combination of
one or more terminals and corresponding to a hypothesis to be
evaluated. One or more
sub-hypotheses may further be formed for each hypothesis, with
each sub-hypothesis
corresponding to specific assignments of a number of transmit
antennas to the one or
more terminals in the hypothesis. The performance of each sub-
hypothesis is then
evaluated, and one of the evaluated sub-hypotheses is selected
based on their
performance. The terminal(s) in the selected sub-hypothesis are
then scheduled for data
transmission, and data is thereafter coded, modulated, and
transmitted to each scheduled
terminal from one or more transmit antennas assigned to the
terminal
ZL02813159.2 Method and Apparatus for Techniques to schedule downlink data transmission to a number SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: TS 25.211; United States: 6662024; United States: 7248879; United States: 7907972; United States: 8489107; China P.R.:
Allocating Resources in a of terminals in a SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: TS 25.214; ZL02813159.2; Brazil: PI0209636-6; Canada: 2446877; France: EP1388231; France: EP1830509; Germany:
Multiple-Input Multiple- wireless communication system. In one method, one or more sets SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: TS 25.308; EP1388231; Germany: EP1830509; Great Britain: EP1388231; Great Britain: EP1830509; India: 230228; Italy:
Output (MIMO) of terminals are EP1830509; Japan: 4537004; Mexico: 240059; Netherlands: EP1830509; Republic of Korea: 10-0938302; Russian
Communication System formed for possible data transmission, with each set including a Federation: 2294599; Spain: EP1388231; Spain: EP1830509; Taiwan: I545074
unique combination of
one or more terminals and corresponding to a hypothesis to be
evaluated. One or more
sub-hypotheses may further be formed for each hypothesis, with
each sub-hypothesis
corresponding to specific assignments of a number of transmit
antennas to the one or
more terminals in the hypothesis. The performance of each sub-
hypothesis is then
evaluated, and one of the evaluated sub-hypotheses is selected
based on their
performance. The terminal(s) in the selected sub-hypothesis are
then scheduled for data
transmission, and data is thereafter coded, modulated, and
transmitted to each scheduled
terminal from one or more transmit antennas assigned to the
terminal.

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6760582 Method and Apparatus for A method and apparatus for testing assisted position location SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 6 Spec: TS 34.171; United States: 6760582; China P.R.: ZL03803291.0; Germany: EP1474700; Great Britain: EP1474700; Hong Kong:
Testing Assisted Position capable devices that includes providing a position determination HK1078652; India: 247137; Japan: 4593925; Republic of Korea: 10-0980224
Location Capable Devices entity (PDE) simulator that is in communication with a base
station simulator simulating one or more base stations and
connecting an assisted position location capable device under
test (DUT) to the base station simulator and a global positioning
system (GPS) simulator. Then, initiating a test sequence wherein
the DUT receives a set of predetermined GPS signals and at a
desired time the DUT requests assistance data from the base
station simulator and the base station simulator requests
assistance data from the PDE simulator, wherein the PDE
simulator provides data that is independent of the GPS simulator
data to the base station and the base station transfers the PDE
data to the DUT. The PDE data is a set of predetermined
responses to any one of a plurality of DUT requests indexed by
elapsed test time.

ZL03803291.0 Method and Apparatus for A method and apparatus for testing assisted position location SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 6 Spec: TS 34.171; United States: 6760582; China P.R.: ZL03803291.0; Germany: EP1474700; Great Britain: EP1474700; Hong Kong:
Testing Assisted Position capable devices that includes providing a position determination HK1078652; India: 247137; Japan: 4593925; Republic of Korea: 10-0980224
Location Capable Devices entity (PDE) simulator that is in communication with a base
station simulator simulating one or more base stations and
connecting an assisted position location capable device under
test (DUT) to the base station simulator and a global positioning
system (GPS) simulator. Then, initiating a test sequence wherein
the DUT receives a set of predetermined GPS signals and at a
desired time the DUT requests assistance data from the base
station simulator and the base station simulator requests
assistance data from the PDE simulator, wherein the PDE
simulator provides data that is independent of the GPS simulator
data to the base station and the base station transfers the PDE
data to the DUT. The PDE data is a set of predetermined
responses to any one of a plurality of DUT requests indexed by
elapsed test time.

7826414 Channel allocations in a Systems and techniques for communications include forming a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 7826414; United States: 8547916; United States: 8934441
communications system data packet, selecting a plurality of transmission parameters for SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Spec: ;
the data packet, generating information having one of a plurality
of codes identifying the transmission parameters, and
transmitting the data packet on a first channel and the
information on a second channel. It is emphasized that this
abstract is provided to comply with the rules requiring an abstract
which will allow a searcher or other reader to quickly ascertain
the subject matter of the technical disclosure. It is submitted with
the understanding that it will not be used to interpret or limit the
scope or the meaning of the claims.

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8547916 Channel allocations in a Systems and techniques for communications include forming a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 7826414; United States: 8547916; United States: 8934441
communications system data packet, selecting a plurality of transmission parameters for SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Spec: ;
the data packet, generating information having one of a plurality
of codes identifying the transmission parameters, and
transmitting the data packet on a first channel and the
information on a second channel. It is emphasized that this
abstract is provided to comply with the rules requiring an abstract
which will allow a searcher or other reader to quickly ascertain
the subject matter of the technical disclosure. It is submitted with
the understanding that it will not be used to interpret or limit the
scope or the meaning of the claims.

8934441 Channel allocations in a Systems and techniques for communications include forming a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 7826414; United States: 8547916; United States: 8934441
communications system data packet, selecting a plurality of transmission parameters for SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Spec: ;
the data packet, generating information having one of a plurality
of codes identifying the transmission parameters, and
transmitting the data packet on a first channel and the
information on a second channel. It is emphasized that this
abstract is provided to comply with the rules requiring an abstract
which will allow a searcher or other reader to quickly ascertain
the subject matter of the technical disclosure. It is submitted with
the understanding that it will not be used to interpret or limit the
scope or the meaning of the claims.

7743407 Using permissions to allocate Resources to a device are granted access to an application based SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 7743407; India: 232202; Japan: 4351046; Republic of Korea: 10-0607423; Venezuela: 472
device resources to an on privileges associated with the application. A permission list SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Spec: ;
application may be created by a server. The permission list may be created
using information from authorities, entities, or parties and
information about the device resources. The permission list
indicates what device resources the application may access.
During application execution when the application requests a
resource, a control program executing on the device may be used
to check the permission list associated with the application to
determine if the application may access the resource. The control
program can then grant or deny access based on the privileges
defined in the permission list. Digital signatures may be used to
detect modifications to the application and/or permission list. In
addition, multiple permission lists may be associated with the
same application.

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8023988 Power control for a channel Techniques to more efficiently control the transmit power for a SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: TS 25.214; United States: 6983166; United States: 7376438; United States: 8023988; China P.R.: ZL02820166.3; China P.R.:
with multiple formats in a data transmission that uses a number of formats (e.g., rates, CN101399580; China P.R.: ZL200910141417.9; European Patent Convention: EP2197157; Germany: EP1419590;
communication system transport formats). Different formats for a given data channel Great Britain: EP1419590; India: 239559; Japan: 4505221; Japan: 5185161; Republic of Korea: 10-0942651;
(e.g., transport channel) may require different target SNIRs to Republic of Korea: 10-0974388; Taiwan: I231665
achieved a particular BLER. In one aspect, individual target BLER
may be specified for each format of each data channel. In
another aspect, various power control schemes are provided to
achieve different target SNIRs for different formats. In a first
power control scheme, multiple individual outer loops are
maintained for multiple formats. For each format, its associated
outer loop attempts to set the target SNIR such that the target
BLER specified for that format is achieved. In a second power
control scheme, multiple individual outer loops are maintained
and the base station further applies different adjustments to the
transmit power levels for different formats.

7376438 Power control for a channel Techniques to more efficiently control the transmit power for a SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: TS 25.214; United States: 6983166; United States: 7376438; United States: 8023988; China P.R.: ZL02820166.3; China P.R.:
with multiple formats in a data transmission that uses a number of formats (e.g., rates, CN101399580; China P.R.: ZL200910141417.9; European Patent Convention: EP2197157; Germany: EP1419590;
communication system transport formats). Different formats for a given data channel Great Britain: EP1419590; India: 239559; Japan: 4505221; Japan: 5185161; Republic of Korea: 10-0942651;
(e.g., transport channel) may require different target SNIRs to Republic of Korea: 10-0974388; Taiwan: I231665
achieved a particular BLER. In one aspect, individual target BLER
may be specified for each format of each data channel. In
another aspect, various power control schemes are provided to
achieve different target SNIRs for different formats. In a first
power control scheme, multiple individual outer loops are
maintained for multiple formats. For each format, its associated
outer loop attempts to set the target SNIR such that the target
BLER specified for that format is achieved. In a second power
control scheme, multiple individual outer loops are maintained
and the base station further applies different adjustments to the
transmit power levels for different formats.

6983166 Power control for a channel Techniques to more efficiently control the transmit power for a SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: TS 25.214; United States: 6983166; United States: 7376438; United States: 8023988; China P.R.: ZL02820166.3; China P.R.:
with multiple formats in a data transmission that uses a number of formats (e.g., rates, CN101399580; China P.R.: ZL200910141417.9; European Patent Convention: EP2197157; Germany: EP1419590;
communication system transport formats). Different formats for a given data channel Great Britain: EP1419590; India: 239559; Japan: 4505221; Japan: 5185161; Republic of Korea: 10-0942651;
(e.g., transport channel) may require different target SNIRs to Republic of Korea: 10-0974388; Taiwan: I231665
achieved a particular BLER. In one aspect, individual target BLER
may be specified for each format of each data channel. In
another aspect, various power control schemes are provided to
achieve different target SNIRs for different formats. In a first
power control scheme, multiple individual outer loops are
maintained for multiple formats. For each format, its associated
outer loop attempts to set the target SNIR such that the target
BLER specified for that format is achieved. In a second power
control scheme, multiple individual outer loops are maintained
and the base station further applies different adjustments to the
transmit power levels for different formats.

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ZL02820166.3 Power control method and Techniques to more efficiently control the transmit power for a SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: TS 25.214; United States: 6983166; United States: 7376438; United States: 8023988; China P.R.: ZL02820166.3; China P.R.:
apparatus for a channel with data transmission that uses a number of formats (e.g., rates, CN101399580; China P.R.: ZL200910141417.9; European Patent Convention: EP2197157; Germany: EP1419590;
multiple formats in a transport formats). Different formats for a given data channel Great Britain: EP1419590; India: 239559; Japan: 4505221; Japan: 5185161; Republic of Korea: 10-0942651;
communication system (e.g., transport channel) may require different target SNIRs to Republic of Korea: 10-0974388; Taiwan: I231665
achieved a particular BLER. In one aspect, individual target BLER
may be specified for each format of each data channel. In
another aspect, various power control schemes are provided to
achieve different target SNIRs for different formats. In a first
power control scheme, multiple individual outer loops are
maintained for multiple formats. For each format, its associated
outer loop attempts to set the target SNIR such that the target
BLER specified for that format is achieved. In a second power
control scheme, multiple individual outer loops are maintained
and the base station further applies different adjustments to the
transmit power levels for different formats.

CN101399580 Power control for a channel Techniques to more efficiently control the transmit power for a SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: TS 25.214; United States: 6983166; United States: 7376438; United States: 8023988; China P.R.: ZL02820166.3; China P.R.:
with multiple formats in a data transmission that uses a number of formats (e.g., rates, CN101399580; China P.R.: ZL200910141417.9; European Patent Convention: EP2197157; Germany: EP1419590;
communication system transport formats). Different formats for a given data channel Great Britain: EP1419590; India: 239559; Japan: 4505221; Japan: 5185161; Republic of Korea: 10-0942651;
(e.g., transport channel) may require different target SNIRs to Republic of Korea: 10-0974388; Taiwan: I231665
achieved a particular BLER. In one aspect, individual target BLER
may be specified for each format of each data channel. In
another aspect, various power control schemes are provided to
achieve different target SNIRs for different formats. In a first
power control scheme, multiple individual outer loops are
maintained for multiple formats. For each format, its associated
outer loop attempts to set the target SNIR such that the target
BLER specified for that format is achieved. In a second power
control scheme, multiple individual outer loops are maintained
and the base station further applies different adjustments to the
transmit power levels for different formats.

ZL200910141417.9 Power control method and Techniques to more efficiently control the transmit power for a SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 7 Spec: TS 25.214; United States: 6983166; United States: 7376438; United States: 8023988; China P.R.: ZL02820166.3; China P.R.:
apparatus for a channel with data transmission that uses a number of formats (e.g., rates, CN101399580; China P.R.: ZL200910141417.9; European Patent Convention: EP2197157; Germany: EP1419590;
multiple formats in a transport formats). Different formats for a given data channel Great Britain: EP1419590; India: 239559; Japan: 4505221; Japan: 5185161; Republic of Korea: 10-0942651;
communication system (e.g., transport channel) may require different target SNIRs to Republic of Korea: 10-0974388; Taiwan: I231665
achieved a particular BLER. In one aspect, individual target BLER
may be specified for each format of each data channel. In
another aspect, various power control schemes are provided to
achieve different target SNIRs for different formats. In a first
power control scheme, multiple individual outer loops are
maintained for multiple formats. For each format, its associated
outer loop attempts to set the target SNIR such that the target
BLER specified for that format is achieved. In a second power
control scheme, multiple individual outer loops are maintained
and the base station further applies different adjustments to the
transmit power levels for different formats.

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7542482 Method and apparatus for Method for segmented message transmission wherein each SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 8 Spec: TS 25.321; United States: 7542482
message segmentation in a message is first divided into segments and the segments are
wireless communication fragmented. A segment parameter is applied to each segment,
system and a segment identifier to each fragment. The fragments are
provided to a lower level for preparation into frames for
transmission. One embodiment is applied to the transmission of
short duration messages, such as control messages.

6633255 Method for Open Loop Method and apparatuses for receiving and tracking satellite SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 6633255; China P.R.: ZL02823352.2; European Patent Convention: EP1438602; European Patent
Tracking GPS Signals signals in a highly sensitive and accurate receiver. In one aspect of SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; Convention: EP2472284; European Patent Convention: EP2469302; India: 241626; Japan: 4754783; Republic of
the invention an exemplary method includes generating a set of SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; Korea: 10-0966773
at least three indicators based on processing a portion of a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171;
satellite positioning system signal received by a receiver and SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008;
computing a measurement of a parameter from an interpolation SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
of the set of indicators. Each of the indicators corresponds to a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
different predetermined hypothesized value of the parameter SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
and is indicative of a probability, or likelihood, that the parameter SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
of the signal is equal to that corresponding value. SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.030;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.080;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 29.002;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: LCS Spec: TS 44.031;

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ZL02823352.2 Method for Open Loop Method and apparatuses for receiving and tracking satellite SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Release 7 Spec: ; United States: 6633255; China P.R.: ZL02823352.2; European Patent Convention: EP1438602; European Patent
Tracking GPS Signals signals in a highly sensitive and accurate receiver. In one aspect of SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; Convention: EP2472284; European Patent Convention: EP2469302; India: 241626; Japan: 4754783; Republic of
the invention an exemplary method includes generating a set of SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; Korea: 10-0966773
at least three indicators based on processing a portion of a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171;
satellite positioning system signal received by a receiver and SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008;
computing a measurement of a parameter from an interpolation SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
of the set of indicators. Each of the indicators corresponds to a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
different predetermined hypothesized value of the parameter SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
and is indicative of a probability, or likelihood, that the parameter SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
of the signal is equal to that corresponding value. SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.030;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 24.080;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Release 99 Spec: TS 29.002;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453;
SDO: ETSI Project: LCS Spec: TS 44.031;
7924781 Method and apparatus for In a communication system, a method and an apparatus provide SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 5 Spec: TS 25.211; United States: 7103021; United States: 7924781; United States: 8879481; China P.R.: ZL02822102.8; China P.R.:
communications of data rate for efficient communications of data rate control information. A SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 5 Spec: TS 25.214; ZL201210362837.1; France: EP1430621; Germany: EP1430621; Great Britain: EP1430621; Japan: 4236579;
control information in a mobile station communicates a request on a data channel for SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 5 Spec: TS 25.331; Republic of Korea: 10-0971349; Taiwan: I576036
communication system reception of a data file on a traffic channel. In response to the
request, a transmitter in mobile station starts communication of
data rate control information on a data rate control channel.
After concluding the delivery of a requested data file by a receiver
in mobile station, transmitter ceases communication of data rate
control information on data rate control channel from mobile
station.

7103021 Method and Apparatus for In a communication system, a method and an apparatus provide SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 5 Spec: TS 25.211; United States: 7103021; United States: 7924781; United States: 8879481; China P.R.: ZL02822102.8; China P.R.:
Communications of Data for efficient communications of data rate control information. A SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 5 Spec: TS 25.214; ZL201210362837.1; France: EP1430621; Germany: EP1430621; Great Britain: EP1430621; Japan: 4236579;
Rate Control Information in a mobile station communicates a request on a data channel for SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 5 Spec: TS 25.331; Republic of Korea: 10-0971349; Taiwan: I576036
CDMA Communication reception of a data file on a traffic channel. In response to the
System request, a transmitter in mobile station starts communication of
data rate control information on a data rate control channel.
After concluding the delivery of a requested data file by a receiver
in mobile station, transmitter ceases communication of data rate
control information on data rate control channel from mobile
station.

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8879481 Method and apparatus for In a communication system, a method and an apparatus provide SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 5 Spec: TS 25.211; United States: 7103021; United States: 7924781; United States: 8879481; China P.R.: ZL02822102.8; China P.R.:
communications of data rate for efficient communications of data rate control information. A SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 5 Spec: TS 25.214; ZL201210362837.1; France: EP1430621; Germany: EP1430621; Great Britain: EP1430621; Japan: 4236579;
control information in a mobile station communicates a request on a data channel for SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 5 Spec: TS 25.331; Republic of Korea: 10-0971349; Taiwan: I576036
communication system reception of a data file on a traffic channel. In response to the
request, a transmitter in mobile station starts communication of
data rate control information on a data rate control channel.
After concluding the delivery of a requested data file by a receiver
in mobile station, transmitter ceases communication of data rate
control information on data rate control channel from mobile
station.

ZL02822102.8 Method and apparatus for In a communication system, a method and an apparatus provide SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 5 Spec: TS 25.211; United States: 7103021; United States: 7924781; United States: 8879481; China P.R.: ZL02822102.8; China P.R.:
communicating data rate for efficient communications of data rate control information. A SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 5 Spec: TS 25.214; ZL201210362837.1; France: EP1430621; Germany: EP1430621; Great Britain: EP1430621; Japan: 4236579;
control information mobile station communicates a request on a data channel for SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 5 Spec: TS 25.331; Republic of Korea: 10-0971349; Taiwan: I576036
reception of a data file on a traffic channel. In response to the
request, a transmitter in mobile station starts communication of
data rate control information on a data rate control channel.
After concluding the delivery of a requested data file by a receiver
in mobile station, transmitter ceases communication of data rate
control information on data rate control channel from mobile
station.

ZL201210362837.1 Method and apparatus for In a communication system, a method and an apparatus provide SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 5 Spec: TS 25.211; United States: 7103021; United States: 7924781; United States: 8879481; China P.R.: ZL02822102.8; China P.R.:
communicating data rate for efficient communications of data rate control information. A SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 5 Spec: TS 25.214; ZL201210362837.1; France: EP1430621; Germany: EP1430621; Great Britain: EP1430621; Japan: 4236579;
control information mobile station communicates a request on a data channel for SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 5 Spec: TS 25.331; Republic of Korea: 10-0971349; Taiwan: I576036
reception of a data file on a traffic channel. In response to the
request, a transmitter in mobile station starts communication of
data rate control information on a data rate control channel.
After concluding the delivery of a requested data file by a receiver
in mobile station, transmitter ceases communication of data rate
control information on data rate control channel from mobile
station.

7877100 Position determination A position determination system and apparatus for utilizing a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 7877100; China P.R.: ZL02828118.7; China P.R.: ZL200810109497.5; France: EP1454161; Germany:
system that uses a cellular network of cellular base stations to determine position of a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; EP1454161; Great Britain: EP1454161; Japan: 4226477
communication system mobile station includes taking a plurality of statistically SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171;
independent data measurements of the pilot signals from the SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008;
base stations. Each of the data measurements includes an earliest SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
time of arrival, providing multiple independent measurements for SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
each of the pilot signals. For each cellular base station, a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
representative measurement is calculated responsive to the SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
independent measurements, which is used to determine position SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
of the mobile station using an AFLT algorithm and/or in SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
conjunction with a GPS algorithm. In some embodiments, the SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
data measurements for each pilot signal further include an RMSE SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
estimate and time of measurement for each time of arrival, and SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
an energy measurement for all resolvable paths. If the mobile SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
station comprises a cell phone, a cell search list and a GPS search SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
list may be provided by a cell base station. SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453

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ZL200810109497.5 Position determination A position determination system and apparatus for utilizing a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 7877100; China P.R.: ZL02828118.7; China P.R.: ZL200810109497.5; France: EP1454161; Germany:
system that uses a cellular network of cellular base stations to determine position of a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; EP1454161; Great Britain: EP1454161; Japan: 4226477
communication system mobile station includes taking a plurality of statistically SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171;
independent data measurements of the pilot signals from the SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008;
base stations. Each of the data measurements includes an earliest SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
time of arrival, providing multiple independent measurements for SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
each of the pilot signals. For each cellular base station, a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
representative measurement is calculated responsive to the SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
independent measurements, which is used to determine position SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
of the mobile station using an AFLT algorithm and/or in SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
conjunction with a GPS algorithm. In some embodiments, the SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
data measurements for each pilot signal further include an RMSE SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
estimate and time of measurement for each time of arrival, and SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
an energy measurement for all resolvable paths. If the mobile SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
station comprises a cell phone, a cell search list and a GPS search SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
list may be provided by a cell base station. SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25 453
ZL02828118.7 Position determination A position determination system and apparatus for utilizing a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: ; United States: 7877100; China P.R.: ZL02828118.7; China P.R.: ZL200810109497.5; France: EP1454161; Germany:
system that uses a cellular network of cellular base stations to determine position of a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 22.071; EP1454161; Great Britain: EP1454161; Japan: 4226477
communication system mobile station includes taking a plurality of statistically SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 23.171;
independent data measurements of the pilot signals from the SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 24.008;
base stations. Each of the data measurements includes an earliest SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.331;
time of arrival, providing multiple independent measurements for SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.413;
each of the pilot signals. For each cellular base station, a SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.430;
representative measurement is calculated responsive to the SDO: ETSI Project: 3GPP Spec: TS 25.453;
independent measurements, which is used to determine position SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 22.071;
of the mobile station using an AFLT algorithm and/or in SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 23.171;
conjunction with a GPS algorithm. In some embodiments, the SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 24.008;
data measurements for each pilot signal further include an RMSE SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.331;
estimate and time of measurement for each time of arrival, and SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.413;
an energy measurement for all resolvable paths. If the mobile SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.430;
station comprises a cell phone, a cell search list and a GPS search SDO: ETSI Project: GPRS Spec: TS 25.453;
list may be provided by a cell base station. SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 22.071;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 23.171;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 24.008;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.331;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.413;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.430;
SDO: ETSI Project: GSM Spec: TS 25.453

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8126469 Method and apparatus for Techniques for minimizing call setup latency are disclosed. In one SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 6 Spec: TS 25.214; United States: 7180879; United States: 7417976; United States: 8126469; United States: 7986674; United States:
call setup latency reduction aspect, a channel assignment message is sent with a flag to direct 7894403; China P.R.: ZL02818478.5; China P.R.: ZL200610126150.2; China P.R.: ZL200610126266.6; China P.R.:
the use of previously negotiated service parameters. This aspect ZL200610172812.X; Belgium: EP1417857; European Patent Convention: EP2099251; Finland: EP1417857; France:
eliminates the need for service negotiation messages. In another EP1417857; France: EP2099252; Germany: EP1417857; Germany: EP2099250; Germany: EP2302977; Germany:
aspect, a channel assignment message is sent with an active set EP2099252; Great Britain: EP1417857; Great Britain: EP2099250; Great Britain: EP2302977; Great Britain:
identifier instead of an active set and its parameters. This aspect EP2099252; India: 237695; India: 1719/CHENP/2009; India: 1720/CHENP/2009; Ireland: EP1417857; Italy:
reduces the transmission time of the channel assignment EP1417857; Italy: EP2099252; Japan: 4903362; Japan: 4971297; Japan: 4897859; Netherlands: EP1417857;
message. In yet another aspect, call setup without paging is Republic of Korea: 10-1034922; Republic of Korea: 10-0954245; Republic of Korea: 10-1034944; Spain: EP1417857;
facilitated by a mobile station (106) sending a pilot strength Spain: EP2099252; Sweden: EP1417857; Taiwan: 589813
measurement message between active communication sessions,
such that a channel assignment message can be used for mobile
station terminated call setup without the need for mobile station
paging and related messages.

7986674 Method and apparatus for Techniques for minimizing call setup latency are disclosed. In one SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 6 Spec: TS 25.214; United States: 7180879; United States: 7417976; United States: 8126469; United States: 7986674; United States:
call setup latency reduction aspect, a channel assignment message is sent with a flag to direct 7894403; China P.R.: ZL02818478.5; China P.R.: ZL200610126150.2; China P.R.: ZL200610126266.6; China P.R.:
the use of previously negotiated service parameters. This aspect ZL200610172812.X; Belgium: EP1417857; European Patent Convention: EP2099251; Finland: EP1417857; France:
eliminates the need for service negotiation messages. In another EP1417857; France: EP2099252; Germany: EP1417857; Germany: EP2099250; Germany: EP2302977; Germany:
aspect, a channel assignment message is sent with an active set EP2099252; Great Britain: EP1417857; Great Britain: EP2099250; Great Britain: EP2302977; Great Britain:
identifier instead of an active set and its parameters. This aspect EP2099252; India: 237695; India: 1719/CHENP/2009; India: 1720/CHENP/2009; Ireland: EP1417857; Italy:
reduces the transmission time of the channel assignment EP1417857; Italy: EP2099252; Japan: 4903362; Japan: 4971297; Japan: 4897859; Netherlands: EP1417857;
message. In yet another aspect, call setup without paging is Republic of Korea: 10-1034922; Republic of Korea: 10-0954245; Republic of Korea: 10-1034944; Spain: EP1417857;
facilitated by a mobile station (106) sending a pilot strength Spain: EP2099252; Sweden: EP1417857; Taiwan: 589813
measurement message between active communication sessions,
such that a channel assignment message can be used for mobile
station terminated call setup without the need for mobile station
paging and related messages.

7894403 Method and apparatus for Techniques for minimizing call setup latency are disclosed. In one SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 6 Spec: TS 25.214; United States: 7180879; United States: 7417976; United States: 8126469; United States: 7986674; United States:
call setup latency reduction aspect, a channel assignment message is sent with a flag to direct 7894403; China P.R.: ZL02818478.5; China P.R.: ZL200610126150.2; China P.R.: ZL200610126266.6; China P.R.:
the use of previously negotiated service parameters. This aspect ZL200610172812.X; Belgium: EP1417857; European Patent Convention: EP2099251; Finland: EP1417857; France:
eliminates the need for service negotiation messages. In another EP1417857; France: EP2099252; Germany: EP1417857; Germany: EP2099250; Germany: EP2302977; Germany:
aspect, a channel assignment message is sent with an active set EP2099252; Great Britain: EP1417857; Great Britain: EP2099250; Great Britain: EP2302977; Great Britain:
identifier instead of an active set and its parameters. This aspect EP2099252; India: 237695; India: 1719/CHENP/2009; India: 1720/CHENP/2009; Ireland: EP1417857; Italy:
reduces the transmission time of the channel assignment EP1417857; Italy: EP2099252; Japan: 4903362; Japan: 4971297; Japan: 4897859; Netherlands: EP1417857;
message. In yet another aspect, call setup without paging is Republic of Korea: 10-1034922; Republic of Korea: 10-0954245; Republic of Korea: 10-1034944; Spain: EP1417857;
facilitated by a mobile station (106) sending a pilot strength Spain: EP2099252; Sweden: EP1417857; Taiwan: 589813
measurement message between active communication sessions,
such that a channel assignment message can be used for mobile
station terminated call setup without the need for mobile station
paging and related messages.

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7417976 Method and apparatus for Techniques for minimizing call setup latency are disclosed. In one SDO: ETSI Project: UMTS Release 6 Spec: TS 25.214; United States: 7180879; United States: 7417976; United States: 8126469; United States: 7986674; United States:
call setup latency reduction aspect, a channel assignment message is sent with a flag to direct 7894403; China P.R.: ZL02818478.5; China P.R.: ZL200610126150.2; China P.R.: ZL200610126266.6; China P.R.:
the use of previously negotiated service parameters. This aspect ZL200610172812.X; Belgium: EP1417857; European Patent Convention: EP2099251; Finland: EP1417857; France:
eliminates the need for service negotiation messages. In another