Russian version

Home page

Search:

For contact - E-mail

[an error occurred while processing this directive]
To add or edit advertisment:     e-mail:     password:
Latest Inventions
Latest Inventions Communication

  ANTENNA FOR RECEIVING AND AMPLIFYING SIGNALS
Invention relates to antenna engineering, particularly to design of microstrip antenna devices, and can be used in satellite navigation systems, particularly GPS-GLONASS, in communication and information transmission systems and as an antenna array element.
Publishing date: May 5, 2014

  METHOD FOR SIGNALLING IN WIRELESS COMMUNICATION SYSTEM
Transmitting unit transits a communication signal bearing information on the amount of antenna input in said transmitting unit. Information on said amount of antenna input is divided and delivered as distributed on predetermined parts of said communication signal. The predetermined first part of said communication signal relates to signalling a first amount of antenna input corresponding to a first type of antenna inputs, having said transmitting unit, and the predetermined second part of said communication signal relates to signalling a second amount of antenna input corresponding to a second type of antenna inputs, having said transmitting unit. Said first and second types of antenna inputs differ from each other.
Publishing date: March 30, 2014

  METHOD OF TRANSMITTING ALARM SIGNAL AND MOBILE STATION
When transmitting an alarm signal for transmitting a first alarm signal and a second alarm signal which carries detailed information to a plurality of mobile stations in an LTE mobile communication system, each of the plurality of mobile stations verifies the received first alarm signal by comparing, using the processor of each of the plurality of mobile stations,
Publishing date: March 6, 2014

  RADIO COMMUNICATION SYSTEM
Radio station (1r) communicates using a radio signal (d1). The radio station (2r) receives a radio signal (d2) which is indistinguishable from the radio signal (d1). A radio station (3r) is located in the radio communication region of the radio station (1r) and the radio communication region of the radio station (2r).
Publishing date: February 13, 2014

  STEREOTELEVISION SYSTEM .
Present invention pertains to wireless communication technology and can be used for digital television broadcasting. The outcome is achieved by that, in the stereotelevision system, at the transmitting side in the photoelectric converter.
Publishing date: April 22, 2009

  RAISING COMMUNICATION EFFECTIVENESS BY INSERTING ONE SIGNAL INTO OTHER SIGNAL
FIELD: radio communication systems. EFFECT: enhanced effectiveness of communications. 30 cl, 11 dwg
Publishing date: March 1, 2004

  METHOD FOR ESTABLISHING COMMUNICATIONS THROUGH SWITCHING CENTER OF PUBLIC COMMUNICATION NETWORK
FIELD: establishing telephone communications with terminals used by plurality of subscribers. EFFECT: provision for extending functions integrated in communication centers of network to terminals of mentioned type. 4 cl, 1 dwg
Publishing date: November 3, 2003

  METHOD OF SIGNAL CLASSIFICATION AND DEVICE FOR ITS IMPLEMENTATION
FIELD: radio engineering, subscriber and special communication and TV systems. EFFECT: raised efficiency of signal classification. 6 dwg
Publishing date: August 18, 2003

  OMNIDIRECTIONAL ANTENNA ARRAY
FIELD: radio engineering; very-high-frequency television broadcasting. EFFECT: improved matching at desired uniformity of directivity pattern. 4 cl, 5 dwg
Publishing date: July 28, 2003

  ANTENNA POSITIONING DEVICE AND METHOD
FIELD: reception of satellite translations. EFFECT: simplified adjustment. 9 cl, 4 dwg
Publishing date: July 7, 2003

  SUBSCRIBER OPTICAL COMMUNICATION LINE
FIELD: quantum radio engineering and optical communications. EFFECT: reduced optical wavelength band occupied by one line. 1 cl, 2 dwg
Publishing date: July 7, 2003

  METHOD FOR ROUTING FIBER-OPTIC CABLE OVER OVERHEAD POWER TRANSMISSION LINE
FIELD: electrical engineering; overhead routing of fiber-optic cable on power transmission line conductors. EFFECT: facilitated procedure, enhanced reliability and economic efficiency, reduced labor consumption. 4 cl, 4 dwg
Publishing date: June 30, 2003

  RANDOM-SIGNAL GENERATOR
FIELD: radio engineering and radio communications. EFFECT: uniform spectrum obtained in desired frequency band with provision for correcting spectral envelope. 3 dwg
Publishing date: April 28, 2003

  AUTOMATIC MAIL BOX AND PROCEDURE FOR TRANSMISSION OF CORRESPONDENCE (VARIANTS)
FIELD: computer engineering. EFFECT: reduced time of delivery of mail from addresser to addressee with preservation of confidentiality of mail. 5 cl, 6 dwg
Publishing date: February 3, 2003

  MOBILE AND PORTABLE BIDIRECTIONAL/BROADCASTING SATELLITE COMMUNICATION SYSTEM
FIELD: communications engineering. EFFECT: enlarged functional capabilities. 27 cl, 30 dwg
Publishing date: December 16, 2002

  METHOD AND DEVICE FOR CONTROLLING INPUT OF SPEECH RECORDING INPUTS OF VOICE IDENTIFYING DEVICE FOR USE IN HANDSET AND IN LOUDSPEAKER COMMUNICATION EQU
FIELD: telephony; portable digital telephone sets incorporating loudspeaker set. EFFECT: provision for joint input of speech records in handset and in loudspeaker communication set. 17 cl, 4 dwg
Publishing date: October 14, 2002

  DEVICE AND METHOD FOR TRANSMITTING VOICE DATA BURSTS IN MOBILE COMMUNICATION SYSTEM
FIELD: voice servicing maintenance in mobile communication system for many users. EFFECT: enhanced speed of data burst servicing in radio environment. 16 cl, 15 dwg
Publishing date: September 9, 2002

  DEVICE FOR PROTECTING TELEPHONE LINE AGAINST UNAUTHORIZED ACCESS TO TRUNK COMMUNICATION SYSTEM
FIELD: telephone communications; protection of trunk communication system users from unauthorized access. EFFECT: enhanced reliability of protecting users of wire and radio telephone sets against unauthorized access. 2 cl, 1 dwg
Publishing date: August 26, 2002

  METHOD DETERMINING POSITION OF MOBILE SUBSCRIBER
FIELD: radiolocation, location of position of mobile station in cellular communication systems. EFFECT: increased precision of determination of position of mobile station per each of N base stations. 9 cl, 12 dwg
Publishing date: July 29, 2002

  DEICING SYSTEM FOR DOME-COVERED SATELLITE ANTENNA
FIELD: satellite communications engineering. EFFECT: reduced probability of communications failure in bad weather. 13 cl, 7 dwg
Publishing date: June 17, 2002

  DEVICE FOR MANUFACTURE OF OPTICAL CABLE
FIELD: manufacture of optical cables. EFFECT: enhanced quality of manufacture. 17 cl, 10 dwg
Publishing date: May 27, 2002

  DEVICE FOR NOISE SUPPRESSION IN VIDEO SIGNAL FOR TELEVISION
FIELD: television engineering. EFFECT: improved reliability of noise suppression in video signal. 10 cl, 21 dwg
Publishing date: February 19, 2002

  ANTENNA
FIELD: radio engineering; radio broadcasting at very high frequencies. EFFECT: improved uniformity of directivity pattern in horizontal plane. 3 dwg
Publishing date: November 28, 2001

  DUAL-BAND ANTENNA
FIELD: radio communications. EFFECT: reduced mass, enhanced economic efficiency of antenna system. 6 cl, 4 dwg
Publishing date: November 28, 2001

  PROCEDURE DETERMINING LOSSES OF OPTICAL POWER IN CONNECTION OF OPTICAL FIBERS WHILE OPTICAL CABLE IS WIRED
FIELD: optical communication. EFFECT: reduced time spent on measurement of losses. 1 dwg
Publishing date: November 28, 2001

  OPTIC FIBER WITH LOW LOSSES AT WAVELENGTH 1385 NM, METHOD OF MANUFACTURE THEREOF, AND MULTICHANNEL SYSTEM EMPLOYING SUCH FIBER
FIELD: fiber optics. EFFECT: improved performance characteristics. 12 cl, 9 dwg
Publishing date: November 21, 2001

  PASSIVE TRANSCEIVER
FIELD: radar detection and ranging, applicable for transmission of friend-or-foe signals and identification of radar surveillance objects, applicable in air traffic control systems, systems of identification of remote objects and in other fields. EFFECT: enhanced noise immunity of identification information due to transmission of reply signals at the carrier frequency differing from the interrogation signal frequency. 4 dwg
Publishing date: November 14, 2001

  OPTICAL COMMUNICATION SYSTEM
FIELD: automatics, computer technology, wireless information exchange between computers under mobile condition relative one another. EFFECT: increased reliability of operation of optical communication system and widened field of its application. 3 dwg
Publishing date: October 10, 2001

  METHOD AND DEVICE TO TRANSMIT DATA IN CELLULAR RADIO COMMUNICATION SYSTEM
FIELD: radio communication. EFFECT: establishment of connection over many channel intervals without employment of second receiver in mobile station. 6 cl, 5 dwg
Publishing date: September 26, 2001

  METHOD OF MOUNTING OF OPTICAL CABLE ON AERIAL LINE AND GEAR FOR ITS IMPLEMENTATION
FIELD: communication. EFFECT: simplified procedure of transfer of connection gear from one side of support to another side. 20 cl, 14 dwg
Publishing date: September 19, 2001

  HERMETICALLY SEALED CONNECTOR
FIELD: radio and electronic engineering; aerospace equipment. EFFECT: enlarged operating temperature range, enhanced strength, improved reliability of sealing. 2 dwg, 1 tbl, 2 ex
Publishing date: August 29, 2001

  METHOD OF PREPARING POLYMER OPTICAL FIBER
FIELD: polymer materials. EFFECT: reduced loss of luminous flux in optical fiber and loss of monomer in kern material.
Publishing date: August 7, 2001

  NOISE SUPPRESSION DEVICE FOR GROUND-STATION RECEIVERS OF SATELLITE MULTIPLE-ACCESS COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS
FIELD: radio engineering; satellite multiple-access networks using code channel separation.
Publishing date: May 16, 2001

  TRAFFIC CONTROL IN COMMUNICATION SYSTEM
FIELD: communication systems transmitting traffic blocks. EFFECT: improved precision of data transmission. 6 cl, 11 dwg
Publishing date: May 16, 2001

  METHOD FOR PRODUCING SINGLE-MODE OPTICAL FIBER
SUBSTANCE: method involves cutting semi-circular slots, 1-2 mm deep, on outer surface of cylindrical blank, placing the latter in first quartz conduit, fusing first conduit with blank, etching internal holes of blank in etching solution for the first time, installing loaded rods in internal holes of blank, fusing them with blank to form solid cylindrical rod, and drawing out optical fiber.
Publishing date: May 8, 2001

  SUBSCRIBER STATION WITH DUPLEX ANTENNA AMPLIFIER (ALTERNATIVES)
FIELD: cellular radio communication systems; microwave communication systems. SUBSTANCE: proposed system has subscriber station, duplex antenna amplifier, and antenna.
Publishing date: April 18, 2001

  METHOD FOR UNDERGROUND LAYING OF CABLES AND POLYETHYLENE PIPING THROUGH SHORELINE
FIELD: electrical engineering; routing cables and polyethylene pipes from land to water and vice versa.
Publishing date: April 18, 2001

  A METHOD TO REDUCE RADAR STATION DESTRUCTION RISK
Traditional methods used to diminish the probability of radar station destruction include generation of a set of pulses in a fixed direction and registration of a reflected radiation shift time. In the method being patented, emitter is targeted at one, at least, reflecting plate; the emitter and reflecting plate can remove one against another. The said emitter and reflecting plate are positioned at a distance which ensures safety of radar station if reflecting plate is damaged.
Publishing date: February 1, 2001

  PROMPT CONTROL AND MONITORING OF AIRPORT GROUND TRANSPORT
A method applied today for prompt control and monitoring of airport ground transport (AGT) provides for creation of an airport complex geoinformation system to display current situation, determination of AGT coordinates in a real time mode with a help of satellite positioning systems, control of AGT speed or route, and AGT traffic management. In the newly-developed method, AGT condition and/or work execution time is additionally monitored. AGT traffic management and work execution plan are established in accordance with a technological time schedule of aircraft after-flight servicing which is based on a daily flight schedule. The airport complex geoinformation system is design as a 2D coordinate system. AGT coordinates are determined in relative geographic coordinates.
Publishing date: December 26, 2000


 

Copyright SciTecLibrary


To add the material   Terms of registration   Terms for placing technology, inventions, productions & other informations   Price list

You always can buy kamagra online now!
A few occasions when such websites were giving away Free Viagra Trial as real pills intended for door-to-door.