OPLINK COMMUNICATIONS, INC.
|OPLINK COMMUNICATIONS, INC. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20140281990||INTERFACES FOR SECURITY SYSTEM CONTROL - Methods, systems, and apparatus, including computer programs encoded on computer storage media, for controlling security systems. One of the methods includes receiving, at a mobile device, an input to present camera video content; presenting, in a user interface, a first array of video content, wherein the respective video content is associated with a first security system location; receiving a user input to present a second array of video content, wherein the respective video content is associated with a second security system location, and wherein the user input comprises a touch input; and presenting, in the user interface, the second array of video content.||09-18-2014|
|20140281478||CONFIGURING SECURE WIRELESS NETWORKS - Methods, systems, and apparatus, including computer programs encoded on computer storage media, for configuring secure wireless networks. One of the methods includes receiving, at a security system management device, protocol and key information for establishing a connection as a client device to the wireless IP device, wherein the protocol and key information is received in response to a user transmitting an identifier for the IP device to a service provider system; establishing communication with the wireless IP device, wherein the wireless IP device is acting as an access point device; exchanging keys with the wireless IP device; rebooting the security system management device to become an access point for the secure wireless network; and establishing communication with the wireless IP device, wherein the wireless IP device has become a wireless client.||09-18-2014|
|20140270760||Twin Multicast Switch - Methods, systems, and apparatus, including computer programs encoded on computer storage media, for optical switching. An optical switch device includes a first multicast switch unit; and a second multicast switch unit, wherein each of the first and second multicast switch units respectively include: multiple optical input ports; multiple optical switches; multiple optical splitters/combiners; and multiple optical output ports.||09-18-2014|
|20140266767||SECURITY SYSTEM POWER MANAGEMENT - Methods, systems, and apparatus, including computer programs encoded on computer storage media, for power management. One of the methods includes determining that there is a loss in electricity to a security system management device; entering low power state; receiving a wireless sensor alert while in the low power state; in response to the alert: returning to normal power state to transmit an alarm to a service provider system, and returning to low power state after transmitting the alarm; and returning to normal power state when electricity is restored.||09-18-2014|
|20140247941||SELF-CONFIGURING WIRELESS NETWORK - Methods, systems, and apparatus, are provided for wireless networking. In some implementations, a self-configuring wireless system includes one or more wireless network devices; and an access point device, wherein the one or more wireless network devices are each preconfigured with a respective key, and wherein the access point device is configured to obtain the respective keys so as to enable the access point device to establish a secure wireless network with the one or more network devices using the respective keys upon powering up the access point device and the one or more wireless network devices at a user location.||09-04-2014|
|20140204727||REDUNDANT CONTROL OF SELF-CONFIGURING WIRELESS NETWORK - Methods, systems, and apparatus, are provided for wireless networking. In some implementations, a self-configuring wireless system includes one or more wireless network devices; a primary access point device; and a secondary access point device; wherein the primary access point device and the at least one wireless network device are preconfigured with a respective key so as to enable the primary access point device to establish a secure wireless network with the at least one network device using the respective keys, and wherein the secondary access point device is configured assume coordination for the self-configuring wireless system if a fault associated with the primary access point device occurs.||07-24-2014|
|20140139918||MAGNETO-OPTIC SWITCH - Systems, methods, and apparatus for optical switching. In some implementations, a magneto-optic switch includes multiple optical components positioned in order along a light path including: a single fiber optical collimator, a first birefringent optic crystal, a first half wave plate assembly, a polarization rotation assembly, a second half wave plate assembly, a second birefringent optic crystal, and a dual fiber optic collimator, wherein a first side of the polarization rotation assembly near the first half wave plate assembly includes a first Faraday rotator element, a second side of the polarization rotation assembly near the second half wave plate assembly includes an optic rotation component, the polarization rotation assembly having a magnetic field generating component outside the first Faraday rotator element.||05-22-2014|
|20140016199||OPTICAL DEPOLARIZER - Methods, systems, and apparatus, for optical depolarization. One optical depolarizer includes a light-combining module comprising a birefringent prism, wherein an optic axis of a first crystal of the birefringent prism forms a 90° angle with an optic axis of a second crystal of the birefringent prism; and a depolarization module, wherein the depolarization module is disposed at a light emitting end of the light-combining module, the depolarization module comprising a light splitting component and a light-combining component disposed at an emitting end of the light-splitting component, and a delayer disposed between the light-splitting component and the light-combining component, wherein the delayer is disposed on an emitting optical path of the light-splitting component.||01-16-2014|
|20130235283||WAVELENGTH SELECTIVE SWITCH - Methods, systems, and apparatus, for optical switching. In one aspect, a wavelength selective switch includes one or more optical input ports; one or more optical output ports; a first optical wavelength dispersion element configured to separate the plurality of wavelength channels of the input optical beam; a second optical wavelength dispersion element configured to combine two or more separate optical beams each having one or more different wavelengths, into a combined beam having the plurality of wavelength channels; a polarization modulator array configured to independently change a polarization orientation of an optical beam passing through; optical components for directing optical beams corresponding to respective wavelength channels to different polarizing modulation cells;||09-12-2013|
|20090263123||FIBER NETWORK MONITORING - This specification describes technologies relating to optical fiber network monitoring. A monitoring system is provided. The monitoring system includes a fiber network including a plurality of branch fibers and a main station coupled to a main fiber of the fiber network to broadcast communications signals to a plurality of branch stations. The monitoring system includes a monitoring device configured to transmit a monitoring signal and detect reflected portions of the monitoring signal such that the received portions specifically identify a condition of specific branch fibers of the plurality of branch fibers and a plurality of filtering devices coupled to each respective branch fiber, each filtering device including a transmission window configured to pass a plurality of communication wavelengths and a distinct wavelength of the monitoring signal, where the distinct wavelength is not within the transmission window, and block the remaining wavelengths, where the distinct wavelength identifies the respective branch fiber.||10-22-2009|
|20090142067||METHOD FOR DETECTING A SIGNAL ON A PASSIVE OPTICAL NETWORK - A transceiver assembly is provided for use in an optical telecommunications network. The circuitry arrangement in the transceiver of the present invention generates a ranging signal that is transmitted along the fibers attached thereto and then filters the return signal in an manner that eliminates virtually all of the noise effects found on the fiber to provide a highly reliable timing signal for an accurate delay calculation. A band pass filter is supplied in line before the input signal is allowed to pass to the ranging signal detector and comparator thereby allowing only a signal at the fundamental frequency of the input signal to pass, thereby eliminating false signal detect triggers.||06-04-2009|
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