EICES Research Inc.
|EICES Research Inc. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20130235950||SYSTEMS/METHODS OF ADAPTIVELY VARYING A BANDWIDTH AND/OR FREQUENCY CONTENT OF COMMUNICATIONS - Embodiments are provided wherein a bandwidth of a waveform sequence that is transmitted by a transmitter in order to convey information is varied. According to additional embodiments, a set of frequencies that is used to provide frequency content to the waveform sequence is also varied and comprises non-contiguous first and second frequency intervals wherein a third frequency interval that is between the first and second frequency intervals remains devoid of providing frequency content to the waveform sequence in order to avoid interference. The invention is relevant to 4G LTE carrier aggregation systems/methods and/or other aspects of 4G LTE. Various transmitter/receiver embodiments are disclosed including direct synthesis transmitter/receiver embodiments.||09-12-2013|
|20130170569||SYSTEMS/METHODS OF CARRIER AGGREGATION PROVIDING INCREASED CAPACITY COMMUNICATIONS - Various embodiments of carrier aggregation are provided that increase communications capacity and throughput. Responsive to an aggregate bandwidth of a signal that is to be transmitted exceeding a limit associated with an antenna and/or other element of a transmitter, the signal is decomposed/segmented/divided into a plurality of components each one of which comprises a bandwidth that is smaller than the bandwidth of the signal. Accordingly, the transmitter is configured with a corresponding plurality of antennas and/or corresponding plurality of other elements to transmit the plurality of components. Systems/methods of spatial multiplexing are also provided further increasing network capacity and throughput.||07-04-2013|
|20130146485||SYSTEMS/METHODS OF MIXING FIRST AND SECOND SUBSTANCES - Various embodiments of systems/methods relating to mixing of a plurality of substances are disclosed. Applications in medicine and in the pharmaceutical industry may be based on one or more of the systems/methods disclosed herein, providing mixing of first and second substances, as necessary, only a short time prior to dispensing thereof and/or in accordance with predetermined amounts of the first and second substances. Applications in the beverage industry may also be based upon various systems/methods disclosed herein, providing alcoholic and/or non-alcoholic mixing of a plurality of substances, as desired, a short time prior to dispensing and consuming and/or in accordance with precisely measured predetermined amounts, maximizing taste and enjoyment for the consumer.||06-13-2013|
|20130141219||SYSTEMS AND/OR METHODS OF DATA ACQUISITION FROM A TRANSCEIVER - Systems and/or Methods are disclosed for acquiring data from a transceiver responsive to one or more signals that are received at the transceiver from one or more devices. In one embodiment, a transceiver is configured to transmit a signal responsive to having received a first signal from a first device, wherein the signal that is transmitted by the transceiver is configured to trigger a second device to transmit a second signal. The transceiver is further configured to transmit data responsive to having received the second signal that is transmitted by the second device. In other embodiments, a transceiver is configured to receive a signal from a first device over frequencies of a predetermined frequency band that the first device is authorized to use, to receive a signal from a second device over frequencies of the predetermined frequency band and to transmit data responsive to having received both the signal from the first device and the signal from the second device. The transceiver is further configured to require that both the signal from the first device and the signal from the second device be received at the transceiver before the data is transmitted. Analogous methods are also disclosed.||06-06-2013|
|20110103437||Private, convert and/or cognitive communications systems and/or methods based upon pseudo-randomly generated communications alphabets - An available signal space, whether it is a priori specified or is cognitively determined based upon an assessment of frequency utilization, serves to provide a number of signal dimensions which may be occupied by a number of pseudo-randomly generated waveforms. The number of pseudo-randomly generated waveforms may be based upon a key input to a pseudo-random number generator and a desired statistical distribution, and may be subjected to an orthogonalization procedure to produce a respective number of orthogonal pseudo-random waveforms which may serve as a communications alphabet. A specific data sequence to be communicated may be associated with a respective specific element/member of the orthogonal pseudo-random waveforms and that specific element/member may be transmitted in lieu of the specific data sequence. Systems/methods of spread-spectrum communications that are substationally devoid of revealing signatures such as chipping and cyclostationarity are presented, offering increased privacy, reduced detectability and reduced exploitation of communications.||05-05-2011|
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