Transpacific IP Management Group Ltd.
|Transpacific IP Management Group Ltd. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20150105114||SYSTEMS, APPARATUS, METHODS AND COMPUTER-READABLE STORAGE MEDIA FACILITATING MULTIPLE DEVICE COORDINATION IN WIRELESS COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS - Multiple device coordination (MDC) in a wireless communication system is described. For example, a method includes identifying, by a coordinating device associated with an entity, one or more non-coordinating devices of a network and associated with the same entity. The method also includes coordinating a single, shared radio connection to which the coordinating device and the one or more non-coordinating devices are communicatively coupled. In some instances, coordination is performed via initializing, management and/or transmission stages. For example, from a set of candidate devices, a coordinating device and the non-coordinating devices are determined during the initialization stage. The coordinating device can be selected based on any number of different factors including, but not limited to, proximity to base station, transceiver power, resources, screen size and/or based on a selection made by the entity.||04-16-2015|
|20150049681||SMALL CELL DEPLOYMENT SCHEDULING - Data transmissions between a user equipment (UE) and a serving cell of a heterogeneous network (HetNet) are efficiently scheduled based on speed data associated with the UE. In one aspect, the UE can report its speed to a serving access point. Alternatively, the serving access point can estimate the UE's speed based on information received from core network devices. In addition, to extend the battery life of the UE, the UE can report power consumption constraint data to the serving cell, which in turn can utilize the consumption constraint data to facilitate the scheduling. Moreover, based on an analysis of the speed data and the power consumption constraint data, the serving access point can determine whether dual connectivity is to be implemented and/or whether communication data is to be transmitted via an Almost Blank Sub-frame (ABS) or a non-ABS.||02-19-2015|
|20130155928||POWER MANAGEMENT IN A MOBILE COMMUNICATION SYSTEM - A device in a base station of a mobile communication system for power management can include a storage device to store a group of parameter sets associated with a user equipment (UE) of the mobile communication system. The device can include a processor to calculate a corresponding objective function associated with each entity of the group of parameter sets. The processor can be configured to select an entity of the group of parameter sets based on the corresponding objective function, and the selected entity of the group of parameter sets facilitates the power management for the UE.||06-20-2013|
|20130064188||DYNAMIC RESOURCE MANAGEMENT FOR ORTHOGONAL FREQUENCY DIVISION MULTIPLE ACCESS WIRELESS NETWORKS - The disclosed subject matter relates to dynamic resource management for wireless network components with a wireless communications environment. Personal base stations can be deployed in a substantially uncoordinated manner resulting in conflicts among wireless radio resources. Dynamically assigning subchannel and dynamically allocating power for subchannels can reduce these conflicts. Dynamic resource management can employ combinatorial auction schema such that assignment of subchannels can be considerate of selecting a power level for performance and to minimize overlapping subchannel interference. In an aspect, several methods can be employed to reduce the computational complexity of the general integer programming problem presented. These several methods can include a Combinatorial Auction with Greedy Algorithm scheme, a Random Equal Subchannel Partition scheme, a Local Combinatorial Auction scheme, and a Neighbors' Poor Channels scheme.||03-14-2013|
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