Today’s Patent- Peer to peer information exchange for mobile communications devices
Mobile Phones – can be called as a bare necessity in everyone’s life due to its versatile benefits.
On 12th December 2006 L. Scott Bloebaum and Havish Koorapaty got Patent Protection with the Patent No. US7149534 for their invention of Peer to peer information exchange for mobile communications devices.
Their invention is mainly related to cellular telephones – the wireless phones. To function they need to be aware of each others location, due to which use the Global Positioning Satellite (GPS) system.
Earlier these phones are not time-sensitive which delayed to find-out the location, also they don’t have access to GPS related information, due to which sometimes to know information of another cell becomes difficult.
To overcome these barriers this invention along with providing improvement in GPS receiver performance by inserting time-sensitive feature for quick access of location also reveals different methods of sharing information between the phones, focusing mainly on GPS assistance data, such as reference time, reference location.
Last but not the least another aspect of this invention is that cellular devices connected to the cellular network can form hierarchical groups also sub-groups for information sharing and other purposes.
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