Runcom Technologies Ltd.
|Runcom Technologies Ltd. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20130315166||Asymmetric Bands Allocation In Downlink And Uplink Using The Same FFT Size - Creating asymmetric wireless communication by: Allocating a first plurality of frequency bands to a first transmission direction and at least one frequency band to an opposite transmission direction where all the frequency bands use the same FFT size. Dividing at least one of the frequency bands into sub-bands or slots. Creating an asymmetrical communication channel including at least one of: A whole number of the frequency bands in one direction and at least one of the sub-bands in the opposite direction. A first number of the sub-bands in one direction and a different number of the sub-bands in the opposite direction. At least one sub-band in one direction and at least one sub-band in the opposite direction having different size. And at least one frequency band and at least one sub-band in one direction and a different number of frequency bands and/or sub-bands in the opposite direction.||11-28-2013|
|20110299458||VoIP CALL OVER WIRELESS SYSTEMS USING ANY PREFERRED DIALING NUMBER - A method of establishing a communication connection, by a communication unit. A telephone number of a destination is received through a human interface of the communication unit and transmitted over a data connection to a number translation server. Responsive thereto an identifier of the destination for VoIP communications is used to establish a real time communication connection between the communication unit and the destination over a data connection, using the identifier.||12-08-2011|
|20110182253||Mobile Mesh, Relay, and Ad-Hoc System Solution Based on WiMAX Technology - A layered network architecture for a wireless communication network. A mobile network node and/or base-station in a wireless communication network using the layered architecture. Negotiating functionality used by the network nodes and/or base-stations to negotiate layer parameters and/or cell parameters with a neighboring network nodes or base-stations.||07-28-2011|
|20110069785||System and Method for Low Complexity Sphere Decoding for Spatial Multiplexing MIMO - In this application, an algorithm for decoding multiple input-multiple output (MIMO) transmission for communication systems is provided; the algorithm combines sphere decoding (SD) and zero forcing (ZF) techniques to provide near optimal low complexity and high performance constant time modified sphere decoding algorithm; this algorithm was designed especially for large number of transmit antennas, that allows efficient implementation in hardware—this is done by limiting the number of overall SD iterations; moreover, we make sure that matrices with high condition number are more likely to undergo SD.||03-24-2011|
|20110044356||SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR MODE SELECTION BASED ON EFFECTIVE CINR - Selecting an optimal ECINR mode in a digital communication system, by constructing an offline relevant modes database having a list of transmission-reception methods for possible MIMO configurations, and mobility characterization, gathering online channel state and capabilities information, retrieving parameters from the relevant modes database, based on the gathered data/information for creating a concurrent list, excluding some MIMO modes off the list, for which the available channel matrix is insufficient, the modes left at the end of this step being “currently relevant modes’, calculating post processing per tome physical CINR (PCINR) for each of the currently relevant modes found, calculating ECINR for each of the currently relevant modes using the PCINR, choosing the optimal MIMO mode and MCS combination, which is the parameters' combination with highest throughput, which provide the best ECINR under QoS requirements.||02-24-2011|
|20110019573||LOW COMPLEXITY USER SELECTION FOR SDMA - A method for grouping terminal devices in a wireless communication network containing a base-station, wherein each terminal reports to the base-station the level of signal received the terminal when the base-station transmits to another terminal or terminals. The base-station then selects from the plurality of the terminals, groups of terminals indicating low signal measurements for data transmissions sent to other group members of the group.||01-27-2011|
|20110014938||ASYMMETRIC BANDS ALLOCATION IN DOWNLINK AND UPLINK USING THE SAME FFT SIZE - Creating asymmetric wireless communication by Allocating a first plurality of frequency bands to a first transmission direction and at least one frequency band to an opposite transmission direction where all the frequency bands use the same FFT size Dividing at least one of the frequency bands into sub-bands or slots Creating an asymmetrical communication channel including at least one of A whole number of the frequency bands in one direction and at least one of the sub-bands in the opposite direction A first number of the sub-bands in one direction and a different number of the sub-bands in the opposite direction At least one sub-band in one direction and at least one sub-band in the opposite direction having different size.||01-20-2011|
|20100304669||SATELLITE AND WIMAX COMMUNICATION SYSTEM AND METHOD - A method for maintaining satellite diversity for a WiMAX system comprising: A. Dividing a set of UTs or users into subsets wherein each set is devised such that the maximal time delay between its members does not exceed the GI length; B. One or more BS's or satellites acquires information or estimation regarding relative delay between subsets; C. A different FFT is performed for each subset, wherein each has its own time alignment; D. Interference reduction means are implemented in the frequency domain between subsets.||12-02-2010|
|20100278061||CINR FORMULA FOR SPATIAL MULTIPLEXING - A method for calculating channel quality in a multi-stream communication system, by calculating channel quality for each selectable stream of the multi-stream communication system, based on estimation of at lest one set of error vectors.||11-04-2010|
Patent applications by Runcom Technologies Ltd.