Patents by Inventor Laurie D. Schwartz

Laurie D. Schwartz 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).

  • Patent number: 6011975
    Abstract: The Advanced Intelligent Network (AIN) wireline system connects to and controls processing of calls to a Personal Communication Service subscriber's wireless handset via a home base station or a wireless communication network. Depending on its current location, the subscriber's handset automatically registers with the base station or with a mobility controller of the wireless network. A new registration with the base station when the handset comes within range causes that station to update the subscriber's home location register in a central data base of the AIN. Similarly, when a handset first registers with a mobility controller, that controller updates the subscriber's home location register in the central data base of the AIN. In response to calls directed to the subscriber, the AIN accesses the home location register to determine the current location where the handset is registered. The AIN then uses that data to route the call to the current location.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 16, 1997
    Date of Patent: January 4, 2000
    Assignee: Bell Atlantic Network Services, Inc.
    Inventors: Mark J. Emery, Brenda N. Tucker, Laurie D. Schwartz
  • Patent number: 5758281
    Abstract: The Advanced Intelligent Network (AIN) wireline system connects to and controls processing of calls to a Personal Communication Service subscriber's wireless handset via a home base station or a wireless communication network. Depending on its current location, the subscriber's handset automatically registers with the base station or with a mobility controller of the wireless network. A new registration with the base station when the handset comes within range causes that station to update the subscriber's home location register in a central data base of the AIN. Similarly, when a handset first registers with a mobility controller, that controller updates the subscriber's home location register in the central data base of the AIN. In response to calls directed to the subscriber, the AIN accesses the home location register to determine the current location where the handset is registered. The AIN then uses that data to route the call to the current location.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 6, 1995
    Date of Patent: May 26, 1998
    Assignee: Bell Atlantic Network Services, Inc.
    Inventors: Mark J. Emery, Brenda N. Tucker, Laurie D. Schwartz
  • Patent number: 5664005
    Abstract: The Advanced Intelligent Network (AIN) wireline system connects to and controls processing of calls to a Personal Communication Service subscriber's wireless handset via a home base station or a wireless communication network. Depending on its current location, the subscriber's handset automatically registers with the base station or with a mobility controller of the wireless network. A new registration with the base station when the handset comes within range causes that station to update the subscriber's home location register in a central data base of the AIN. Similarly, when a handset first registers with a mobility controller, that controller updates the subscriber's home location register in the central data base of the AIN. In response to calls directed to the subscriber, the AIN accesses the home location register to determine the current location where the handset is registered. The AIN then uses that data to route the call to the current location.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 5, 1995
    Date of Patent: September 2, 1997
    Assignee: Bell Atlantic Network Services, Inc.
    Inventors: Mark J. Emery, Brenda N. Tucker, Laurie D. Schwartz
  • Patent number: 5610972
    Abstract: The Advanced Intelligent Network (AIN) wireline system connects to and controls processing of calls to a Personal Communication Service subscriber's wireless handset via a home base station or a wireless communication network. Depending on its current location, the subscriber's handset automatically registers with the base station or with a mobility controller of the wireless network. A new registration with the base station when the handset comes within range causes that station to update the subscriber's home location register in a central data base of the AIN. Similarly, when a handset first registers with a mobility controller, that controller updates the subscriber's home location register in the central data base of the AIN. In response to calls directed to the subscriber, the AIN accesses the home location register to determine the current location where the handset is registered. The AIN then uses that data to route the call to the current location.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 5, 1995
    Date of Patent: March 11, 1997
    Assignee: Bell Atlantic Network Services, Inc.
    Inventors: Mark J. Emery, Brenda N. Tucker, Laurie D. Schwartz
  • Patent number: 5579379
    Abstract: The Advanced Intelligent Network (AIN) wireline system connects to and controls processing of calls to a Personal Communication Service subscriber's wireless handset via a home base station or a wireless communication network. Depending on its current location, the subscriber's handset automatically registers with the base station or with a mobility controller of the wireless network. A new registration with the base station when the handset comes within range causes that station to update the subscriber's home location register in a central data base of the AIN. Similarly, when a handset first registers with a mobility controller, that controller updates the subscriber's home location register in the central data base of the AIN. In response to calls directed to the subscriber, the AIN accesses the home location register to determine the current location where the handset is registered. The AIN then uses that data to route the call to the current location.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 18, 1994
    Date of Patent: November 26, 1996
    Assignee: Bell Atlantic Network Services, Inc.
    Inventors: Peter J. D'Amico, Douglas R. Jones, Laurie D. Schwartz
  • Patent number: 5506887
    Abstract: The Advanced Intelligent Network (AIN) wireline system connects to and controls processing of calls to a Personal Communication Service subscriber's wireless handset via a home base station or a wireless communication network. Depending on its current location, the subscriber's handset automatically registers with the base station or with a mobility controller of the wireless network. A new registration with the base station when the handset comes within range causes that station to update the subscriber's home location register in a central data base of the AIN. Similarly, when a handset first registers with a mobility controller, that controller updates the subscriber's home location register in the central data base of the AIN. In response to calls directed to the subscriber, the AIN accesses the home location register to determine the current location where the handset is registered. The AIN then uses that data to route the call to the current location.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 31, 1995
    Date of Patent: April 9, 1996
    Assignee: Bell Atlantic Network Services, Inc.
    Inventors: Mark J. Emery, Brenda N. Tucker, Laurie D. Schwartz
  • Patent number: 5469496
    Abstract: The Advanced Intelligent Network (AIN) wireline system connects to and controls processing of calls to a Personal Communication Service subscriber's wireless handset via a home base station or a wireless communication network. Depending on its current location, the subscriber's handset automatically registers with the base station or with a mobility controller of the wireless network. A new registration with the base station when the handset comes within range causes that station to update the subscriber's home location register in a central data base of the AIN. Similarly, when a handset first registers with a mobility controller, that controller updates the subscriber's home location register in the central data base of the AIN. In response to calls directed to the subscriber, the AIN accesses the home location register to determine the current location where the handset is registered. The AIN then uses that data to route the call to the current location.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: April 19, 1994
    Date of Patent: November 21, 1995
    Assignee: Bell Atlantic Network Services, Inc.
    Inventors: Mark J. Emery, Brenda N. Tucker, Laurie D. Schwartz
  • Patent number: 5353331
    Abstract: The Advanced Intelligent Network (AIN) wireline system connects to and controls processing of calls to a Personal Communication Service subscriber's wireless handset via a home base station or a wireless communication network. Depending on its current location, the subscriber's handset automatically registers with the base station or with a mobility controller of the wireless network. A new registration with the base station when the handset comes within range causes that station to update the subscriber's home location register in a central data base of the AIN. Similarly, when a handset first registers with a mobility controller, that controller updates the subscriber's home location register in the central data base of the AIN. In response to calls directed to the subscriber, the AIN accesses the home location register to determine the current location where the handset is registered. The AIN then uses that data to route the call to the current location.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 5, 1992
    Date of Patent: October 4, 1994
    Assignee: Bell Atlantic Network Services, Inc.
    Inventors: Mark J. Emery, Brenda N. Tucker, Laurie D. Schwartz