Patents by Inventor Declan Ganley

Declan Ganley has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

  • Publication number: 20180103379
    Abstract: Methods and system are provided for managing and monitoring allocation of RF spectrum resources based on time, space and frequency. A network may be enabled to allocate excess spectrum resources for use by other network providers on a real-time basis. Allocated resources may be transferred from one provider with excess resources to another in need of additional resources based on contractual terms or on a real-time purchase negotiations and settlements. A network may be enabled to monitor the use of allocated resources on real-time basis and off-load or allow additional users depending on the spectrum resources availability. Public safety networks may be enabled to make spectrum resources available to general public by allocating spectrum resources and monitoring the use of those resources. During an emergency, when traffic increases on a public safety network, the public safety networks may off-load bandwidth traffic to make available necessary resources for public safety users.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 1, 2017
    Publication date: April 12, 2018
    Inventors: Clint SMITH, Declan GANLEY
  • Patent number: 9872182
    Abstract: Methods and system are provided for managing and monitoring allocation of RF spectrum resources based on time, space and frequency. A network may be enabled to allocate excess spectrum resources for use by other network providers on a real-time basis. Allocated resources may be transferred from one provider with excess resources to another in need of additional resources based on contractual terms or on a real-time purchase negotiations and settlements. A network may be enabled to monitor the use of allocated resources on real-time basis and off-load or allow additional users depending on the spectrum resources availability. Public safety networks may be enabled to make spectrum resources available to general public by allocating spectrum resources and monitoring the use of those resources. During an emergency, when traffic increases on a public safety network, the public safety networks may off-load bandwidth traffic to make available necessary resources for public safety users.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 24, 2016
    Date of Patent: January 16, 2018
    Assignee: RIVADA NETWORKS, LLC
    Inventors: Clint Smith, Declan Ganley
  • Publication number: 20170048720
    Abstract: Methods and system are provided for managing and monitoring allocation of RF spectrum resources based on time, space and frequency. A network may be enabled to allocate excess spectrum resources for use by other network providers on a real-time basis. Allocated resources may be transferred from one provider with excess resources to another in need of additional resources based on contractual terms or on a real-time purchase negotiations and settlements. A network may be enabled to monitor the use of allocated resources on real-time basis and off-load or allow additional users depending on the spectrum resources availability. Public safety networks may be enabled to make spectrum resources available to general public by allocating spectrum resources and monitoring the use of those resources. During an emergency, when traffic increases on a public safety network, the public safety networks may off-load bandwidth traffic to make available necessary resources for public safety users.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 24, 2016
    Publication date: February 16, 2017
    Inventors: Clint Smith, Declan Ganley
  • Patent number: 9532229
    Abstract: Methods and system are provided for managing and monitoring allocation of RF spectrum resources based on time, space and frequency. A network may be enabled to allocate excess spectrum resources for use by other network providers on a real-time basis. Allocated resources may be transferred from one provider with excess resources to another in need of additional resources based on contractual terms or on a real-time purchase negotiations and settlements. A network may be enabled to monitor the use of allocated resources on real-time basis and off-load or allow additional users depending on the spectrum resources availability. Public safety networks may be enabled to make spectrum resources available to general public by allocating spectrum resources and monitoring the use of those resources. During an emergency, when traffic increases on a public safety network, the public safety networks may off-load bandwidth traffic to make available necessary resources for public safety users.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: January 7, 2015
    Date of Patent: December 27, 2016
    Assignee: Rivada Networks, LLC
    Inventors: Clint Smith, Declan Ganley
  • Publication number: 20160373935
    Abstract: Methods and system are provided for allocating RF spectrum resources across multiple networks (e.g., a first and second lessor network) for use by wireless devices in a lessee network based on time, space and frequency. A network may be enabled to allocate excess spectrum resources for use by other network providers on a real-time basis. To accomplish this a communications server may be configured to determine the amount of radio frequency (RF) spectrum resources available for allocation within a first lessor network, determine the amount of RF spectrum resources available for allocation within a second lessor network, determine bearer services for the available RF spectrum resources in the first and second lessor networks, assign a first subset of the determined bearer services to the first lessor network, and assign a second subset of the determined bearer services to the second lessor network.
    Type: Application
    Filed: July 26, 2016
    Publication date: December 22, 2016
    Inventors: Clint SMITH, Declan GANLEY, John MEYER
  • Publication number: 20160232627
    Abstract: Systems and methods for dynamic transportation resource arbitrage (DTRA) may include configuring a server to dynamically manage the use of transportation resources. The server may identify, analyze, organize, and/or package available transportation resources (e.g., segments of roadways in a geographical area, etc.) as granular vehicular occupancy opportunity (VOO) elements/units that each identify an amount of a resource that is offered for allocation and use to travelers. The granular VOO elements/units may be well-defined, discrete, standardized, combinable, and/or fungible information structures or units that are suitable for comparison and/or mutual substitution. The server computing device may combine the granular VOOs to cover a specific corridor (e.g., an area that encompasses ten miles of the left lane of a highway, etc.), and dynamically offer a vehicle the right to access and use the transportation resources identified by a combination of VOOs.
    Type: Application
    Filed: February 10, 2016
    Publication date: August 11, 2016
    Inventors: Clint SMITH, Samuel Smith, Declan Ganley
  • Publication number: 20160189167
    Abstract: A server computing device may be configured to register a parcel with a component (e.g., another server, etc.) in a dynamic spectrum arbitrage (DSA) system, generate a telecom resource right unit or information structure, and use the generated telecom resource right unit or information structure (e.g., in conjunction with components in the DSA system) to allocate the identified telecommunication resource for access and use by wireless devices that subscribe to a telecommunication network registered with the DSA system.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 2, 2015
    Publication date: June 30, 2016
    Inventors: Clint SMITH, Samuel SMITH, Declan GANLEY
  • Publication number: 20160027112
    Abstract: A dynamic spectrum arbitrage (DSA) system includes components configured with processor-executable instructions to implement methods for dynamically managing the availability, allocation, access, and use of telecommunication resources, such as radio frequency (RF) spectrum resources, between participating networks. The components may also be configured to generate granular resource units that each identify an amount of a telecommunication resource that is offered for allocation and/or use by other networks with respect to an area or volume, and offer the resource units for purchase, lease, or trade, such as via a commodities exchange or a telecommunications commodity exchange (TCE) component.
    Type: Application
    Filed: July 24, 2015
    Publication date: January 28, 2016
    Inventors: Clint SMITH, Samuel Smith, Declan Ganley
  • Patent number: 9088989
    Abstract: Methods and system are provided for managing and monitoring allocation of RF spectrum resources based on time, space and frequency. A network may be enabled to allocate excess spectrum resources for use by other network providers on a real-time basis. Allocated resources may be transferred from one provider with excess resources to another in need of additional resources based on contractual terms or on a real-time purchase negotiations and settlements. A network may be enabled to monitor the use of allocated resources on real-time basis and off-load or allow additional users depending on the spectrum resources availability. Public safety networks may be enabled to make spectrum resources available to general public by allocating spectrum resources and monitoring the use of those resources. During an emergency, when traffic increases on a public safety network, the public safety networks may off-load bandwidth traffic to make available necessary resources for public safety users.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: February 22, 2013
    Date of Patent: July 21, 2015
    Assignee: RIVADA NETWORKS, LLC
    Inventors: Clint Smith, Declan Ganley, Rishi Raj Maulick, Purnima Surampudi, Nithin Nellikunnu, Sony Mohanty, Geetha C Vastrad, Vimal Kumar Mishra, Kalpana Kempanna, Dipanjan Dutta
  • Publication number: 20150133079
    Abstract: Methods and system are provided for managing and monitoring allocation of RF spectrum resources based on time, space and frequency. A network may be enabled to allocate excess spectrum resources for use by other network providers on a real-time basis. Allocated resources may be transferred from one provider with excess resources to another in need of additional resources based on contractual terms or on a real-time purchase negotiations and settlements. A network may be enabled to monitor the use of allocated resources on real-time basis and off-load or allow additional users depending on the spectrum resources availability. Public safety networks may be enabled to make spectrum resources available to general public by allocating spectrum resources and monitoring the use of those resources. During an emergency, when traffic increases on a public safety network, the public safety networks may off-load bandwidth traffic to make available necessary resources for public safety users.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 7, 2015
    Publication date: May 14, 2015
    Inventors: Clint Smith, Declan Ganley
  • Patent number: 8964685
    Abstract: Methods and system are provided for managing and monitoring allocation of RF spectrum resources based on time, space and frequency. A network may be enabled to allocate excess spectrum resources for use by other network providers on a real-time basis. Allocated resources may be transferred from one provider with excess resources to another in need of additional resources based on contractual terms or on a real-time purchase negotiations and settlements. A network may be enabled to monitor the use of allocated resources on real-time basis and off-load or allow additional users depending on the spectrum resources availability. Public safety networks may be enabled to make spectrum resources available to general public by allocating spectrum resources and monitoring the use of those resources. During an emergency, when traffic increases on a public safety network, the public safety networks may off-load bandwidth traffic to make available necessary resources for public safety users.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: January 28, 2014
    Date of Patent: February 24, 2015
    Assignee: Rivada Networks, LLC
    Inventors: Clint Smith, Declan Ganley
  • Patent number: 8934373
    Abstract: Methods and system are provided for managing and monitoring allocation of RF spectrum resources based on time, space and frequency. A network may be enabled to allocate excess spectrum resources for use by other network providers on a real-time basis. Allocated resources may be transferred from one provider with excess resources to another in need of additional resources based on contractual terms or on a real-time purchase negotiations and settlements. A network may be enabled to monitor the use of allocated resources on real-time basis and off-load or allow additional users depending on the spectrum resources availability. Public safety networks may be enabled to make spectrum resources available to general public by allocating spectrum resources and monitoring the use of those resources. During an emergency, when traffic increases on a public safety network, the public safety networks may off-load bandwidth traffic to make available necessary resources for public safety users.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 12, 2013
    Date of Patent: January 13, 2015
    Assignee: Rivada Networks, LLC
    Inventors: Clint Smith, Declan Ganley
  • Patent number: 8934439
    Abstract: Methods and system are provided for managing and monitoring allocation of RF spectrum resources based on time, space and frequency. A network may be enabled to allocate excess spectrum resources for use by other network providers on a real-time basis. Allocated resources may be transferred from one provider with excess resources to another in need of additional resources based on contractual terms or on a real-time purchase negotiations and settlements. A network may be enabled to monitor the use of allocated resources on real-time basis and off-load or allow additional users depending on the spectrum resources availability. Public safety networks may be enabled to make spectrum resources available to general public by allocating spectrum resources and monitoring the use of those resources. During an emergency, when traffic increases on a public safety network, the public safety networks may off-load bandwidth traffic to make available necessary resources for public safety users.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 14, 2013
    Date of Patent: January 13, 2015
    Assignee: Rivada Networks, LLC
    Inventors: Clint Smith, Declan Ganley
  • Patent number: 8837418
    Abstract: Methods and system are provided for managing and monitoring allocation of RF spectrum resources based on time, space and frequency. A network may be enabled to allocate excess spectrum resources for use by other network providers on a real-time basis. Allocated resources may be transferred from one provider with excess resources to another in need of additional resources based on contractual terms or on a real-time purchase negotiations and settlements. A network may be enabled to monitor the use of allocated resources on real-time basis and off-load or allow additional users depending on the spectrum resources availability. Public safety networks may be enabled to make spectrum resources available to general public by allocating spectrum resources and monitoring the use of those resources. During an emergency, when traffic increases on a public safety network, the public safety networks may off-load bandwidth traffic to make available necessary resources for public safety users.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 1, 2013
    Date of Patent: September 16, 2014
    Assignee: Rivada Networks, LLC
    Inventors: Clint Smith, Declan Ganley, Rishi Raj Maulick, Purnima Surampudi, Nithin Nellikunnu, Sony Mohanty, Geetha C Vastrad, Vimal Kumar Mishra, Kalpana Kempanna, Dipanjan Dutta
  • Publication number: 20140141794
    Abstract: Methods and system are provided for managing and monitoring allocation of RF spectrum resources based on time, space and frequency. A network may be enabled to allocate excess spectrum resources for use by other network providers on a real-time basis. Allocated resources may be transferred from one provider with excess resources to another in need of additional resources based on contractual terms or on a real-time purchase negotiations and settlements. A network may be enabled to monitor the use of allocated resources on real-time basis and off-load or allow additional users depending on the spectrum resources availability. Public safety networks may be enabled to make spectrum resources available to general public by allocating spectrum resources and monitoring the use of those resources. During an emergency, when traffic increases on a public safety network, the public safety networks may off-load bandwidth traffic to make available necessary resources for public safety users.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 28, 2014
    Publication date: May 22, 2014
    Applicant: Rivada Networks, LLC
    Inventors: Clint SMITH, Declan Ganley
  • Patent number: 8717929
    Abstract: Methods and system are provided for managing and monitoring allocation of RF spectrum resources based on time, space and frequency. A network may be enabled to allocate excess spectrum resources for use by other network providers on a real-time basis. Allocated resources may be transferred from one provider with excess resources to another in need of additional resources based on contractual terms or on a real-time purchase negotiations and settlements. A network may be enabled to monitor the use of allocated resources on real-time basis and off-load or allow additional users depending on the spectrum resources availability. Public safety networks may be enabled to make spectrum resources available to general public by allocating spectrum resources and monitoring the use of those resources. During an emergency, when traffic increases on a public safety network, the public safety networks may off-load bandwidth traffic to make available necessary resources for public safety users.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 13, 2013
    Date of Patent: May 6, 2014
    Assignee: Rivada Networks LLC
    Inventors: Clint Smith, Declan Ganley, Samuel Smith
  • Patent number: 8711721
    Abstract: Methods and system are provided for managing and monitoring allocation of RF spectrum resources based on time, space and frequency. A network may be enabled to allocate excess spectrum resources for use by other network providers on a real-time basis. Allocated resources may be transferred from one provider with excess resources to another in need of additional resources based on contractual terms or on a real-time purchase negotiations and settlements. A network may be enabled to monitor the use of allocated resources on real-time basis and off-load or allow additional users depending on the spectrum resources availability. Public safety networks may be enabled to make spectrum resources available to general public by allocating spectrum resources and monitoring the use of those resources. During an emergency, when traffic increases on a public safety network, the public safety networks may off-load bandwidth traffic to make available necessary resources for public safety users.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: July 13, 2011
    Date of Patent: April 29, 2014
    Assignee: Rivada Networks LLC
    Inventors: Clint Smith, Declan Ganley
  • Patent number: 8670403
    Abstract: Methods and system are provided for managing and monitoring allocation of RF spectrum resources based on time, space and frequency. A network may be enabled to allocate excess spectrum resources for use by other network providers on a real-time basis. Allocated resources may be transferred from one provider with excess resources to another in need of additional resources based on contractual terms or on a real-time purchase negotiations and settlements. A network may be enabled to monitor the use of allocated resources on real-time basis and off-load or allow additional users depending on the spectrum resources availability. Public safety networks may be enabled to make spectrum resources available to general public by allocating spectrum resources and monitoring the use of those resources. During an emergency, when traffic increases on a public safety network, the public safety networks may off-load bandwidth traffic to make available necessary resources for public safety users.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: December 4, 2012
    Date of Patent: March 11, 2014
    Assignee: Rivada Networks, LLC
    Inventors: Clint Smith, Declan Ganley
  • Publication number: 20130301609
    Abstract: Methods and system are provided for managing and monitoring allocation of RF spectrum resources based on time, space and frequency. A network may be enabled to allocate excess spectrum resources for use by other network providers on a real-time basis. Allocated resources may be transferred from one provider with excess resources to another in need of additional resources based on contractual terms or on a real-time purchase negotiations and settlements. A network may be enabled to monitor the use of allocated resources on real-time basis and off-load or allow additional users depending on the spectrum resources availability. Public safety networks may be enabled to make spectrum resources available to general public by allocating spectrum resources and monitoring the use of those resources. During an emergency, when traffic increases on a public safety network, the public safety networks may off-load bandwidth traffic to make available necessary resources for public safety users.
    Type: Application
    Filed: February 22, 2013
    Publication date: November 14, 2013
    Applicant: Rivada Networks, LLC
    Inventors: Clint SMITH, Declan Ganley, Rishi Raj Maulick, Purnima Surampudi, Nithin Nellikunnu, Sony Mohanty, Geetha C. Vastrad, Vimal Kumar Mishra, Kalpana Kempanna, Dipanjan Dutta
  • Publication number: 20120264396
    Abstract: Methods and system are provided for managing and monitoring allocation of RF spectrum resources based on time, space and frequency. A network may be enabled to allocate excess spectrum resources for use by other network providers on a real-time basis. Allocated resources may be transferred from one provider with excess resources to another in need of additional resources based on contractual terms or on a real-time purchase negotiations and settlements. A network may be enabled to monitor the use of allocated resources on real-time basis and off-load or allow additional users depending on the spectrum resources availability. Public safety networks may be enabled to make spectrum resources available to general public by allocating spectrum resources and monitoring the use of those resources. During an emergency, when traffic increases on a public safety network, the public safety networks may off-load bandwidth traffic to make available necessary resources for public safety users.
    Type: Application
    Filed: June 21, 2012
    Publication date: October 18, 2012
    Applicant: Rivada Networks LLC
    Inventors: Clint Smith, Declan Ganley