TANTIVY COMMUNICATIONS, INC.
|TANTIVY COMMUNICATIONS, INC. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20100208708||SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR MAINTAINING WIRELESS CHANNELS OVER A REVERSE LINK OF A CDMA WIRELESS COMMUNICATION SYSTEM - A service option overlay for a CDMA wireless communication in which multiple allocatable subchannels are defined on a reverse link by assigning different code phases of a given long pseudonoise (PN) code to each subchannel. The instantaneous bandwidth needs of each on-line subscriber unit are then met by dynamically allocating none, one, or multiple subchannels on an as needed basis for each network layer connection. The system efficiently provides a relatively large number of virtual physical connections between the subscriber units and the base stations on the reverse link for extended idle periods such as when computers connected to the subscriber units are powered on, but not presently actively sending or receiving data. These maintenance subchannels permit the base station and the subscriber units to remain in phase and time synchronism in an idle mode and also request additional channels. This in turn allows fast acquisition of additional subchannels as needed by allocating new code phase subchannels. Preferably, the code phases of the new channels are assigned according to a predetermined code phase relationship with respect to the code phase of the corresponding maintenance subchannel.||08-19-2010|
|20090086680||MULTI-DETECTION OF HEARTBEAT TO REDUCE ERROR PROBABILITY - A communications system improves performance of detecting a signal having an indication of a request to change communications states by making at least two positive identifications of the request in a given time frame. The system may further improve performance by applying a difference in power levels for a non-request state (i.e., steady state or ‘control hold’ state) versus a request state (i.e., ‘request to change’ state). In one particular application, a base station determines a request to change communications states with a reasonably high probability of detection and a reasonably low probability of false detection. The system has a reduced number of erroneous communications states, such as erroneous traffic channel allocations. The detection technique is compatible with 1×EV-DV systems and I-CDMA systems, but general enough to support systems employing various other communications protocols used in wired and wireless communications systems.||04-02-2009|
|20090055707||FORWARD ERROR CORRECTION SCHEME FOR HIGH RATE DATA EXCHANGE IN A WIRELESS SYSTEM - A transmitter/receiver system for high data transfer in a wireless communication system includes a physical layer processor that comprises an FEC coder, a demultiplexer and a plurality of modem processors. The FEC coder applies error correction codes to the high data rate signal. Thereafter, the demultiplexer distributes portions of the coded high data rate signal to the modem processors. Each modem processor processes its respective portion of the coded signal for transmission in an independent channel.||02-26-2009|
|20090052404||METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR A SPECTRALLY COMPLIANT CELLULAR COMMUNICATION SYSTEM - A system for wireless data transmission that uses a channel bandwidth, channel separation, and radio frequency power spectrum which is compatible with existing deployments of wireless voice services. The transmitted waveforms are thus compatible with existing cellular networks. However, the time domain digital coding, modulation, and power control schemes are optimized for data transmission. Existing cellular network sites can thus be used to provide a high speed service optimized for wireless data traffic without the need for new radio frequency planning, and without interfering with existing voice service deployments.||02-26-2009|
Patent applications by TANTIVY COMMUNICATIONS, INC.