Patents by Inventor Vimal Kumar Mishra

Vimal Kumar Mishra 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: 9774666
    Abstract: A dynamic spectrum arbitrage (DSA) system includes a dynamic spectrum policy controller (DPC) and a dynamic spectrum controller (DSC) that together dynamically manage the allocation and use of resources (e.g., spectrum resources) across different networks. The DSC component may include wired or wireless connections to a mobility load balancer gateway (MLB gateway) component that is coupled to eNodeBs, a mobility management entity (MME), and various other network components. The MLB gateway may be configured to serve/operate as a gateway that continuously, repeatedly, or dynamically identifies, selects, and assigns an MME to a wireless device and performs various other mobility management operations to coordinate the handling (e.g., handoffs, hand-ins, backoff, etc.) of the wireless devices as it is moved within and in-between networks.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 15, 2016
    Date of Patent: September 26, 2017
    Assignee: Rivada Networks, LLC
    Inventors: Clint Smith, Vimal Kumar Mishra
  • Publication number: 20170207975
    Abstract: A dynamic spectrum arbitrage (DSA) system includes a dynamic spectrum policy controller (DPC) and a dynamic spectrum controller (DSC) that together dynamically manage the allocation and use of resources (e.g., spectrum resources) across different networks. The DSC component may include wired or wireless connections to eNodeBs, a policy and charging rules function (PCRF) component/server, and various other network components. The PCRF may be configured to receive eNodeB congestion state information from the eNodeB, information identifying wireless devices attached to the eNodeB, categorize each of the identified wireless devices into a category selected from a plurality of categories, select a subset of the identified wireless devices based on the category into which they are categorized, and perform congestion response operations on the selected wireless devices so as to reduce the congestion of the eNodeB.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 31, 2017
    Publication date: July 20, 2017
    Inventors: Clint Smith, Purnima Surampudi, Vimal Kumar Mishra, Samuel Smith
  • Patent number: 9648545
    Abstract: A dynamic spectrum arbitrage (DSA) system includes a dynamic spectrum policy controller (DPC) and a dynamic spectrum controller (DSC) that together dynamically manage the allocation and use of resources (e.g., spectrum resources) across different networks. The DSC component may include wired or wireless connections to eNodeBs, a policy and charging rules function (PCRF) component/server, and various other network components. The PCRF may be configured to receive eNodeB congestion state information from the eNodeB, information identifying wireless devices attached to the eNodeB, categorize each of the identified wireless devices into a category selected from a plurality of categories, select a subset of the identified wireless devices based on the category into which they are categorized, and perform congestion response operations on the selected wireless devices so as to reduce the congestion of the eNodeB.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 26, 2014
    Date of Patent: May 9, 2017
    Assignee: Rivada Networks, LLC
    Inventors: Clint Smith, Purnima Surampudi, Vimal Kumar Mishra, Samuel Smith
  • Publication number: 20170006087
    Abstract: A dynamic spectrum arbitrage (DSA) system includes a dynamic spectrum policy controller (DPC) and a dynamic spectrum controller (DSC) that together dynamically manage the allocation and use of resources (e.g., spectrum resources) across different networks. The DSC component may include wired or wireless connections to a mobility load balancer gateway (MLB gateway) component that is coupled to eNodeBs, a mobility management entity (MME), and various other network components. The MLB gateway may be configured to serve/operate as a gateway that continuously, repeatedly, or dynamically identifies, selects, and assigns an MME to a wireless device and performs various other mobility management operations to coordinate the handling (e.g., handoffs, hand-ins, backoff, etc.) of the wireless devices as it is moved within and in-between networks.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 15, 2016
    Publication date: January 5, 2017
    Inventors: Clint Smith, Vimal Kumar Mishra
  • Patent number: 9467843
    Abstract: A dynamic spectrum arbitrage (DSA) system includes a dynamic spectrum policy controller (DPC) and a dynamic spectrum controller (DSC) that together dynamically manage the allocation and use of resources (e.g., spectrum resources) across different networks. The DSC component may include wired or wireless connections to a mobility load balancer gateway (MLB gateway) component that is coupled to eNodeBs, a mobility management entity (MME), and various other network components. The MLB gateway may be configured to serve/operate as a gateway that continuously, repeatedly, or dynamically identifies, selects, and assigns an MME to a wireless device and performs various other mobility management operations to coordinate the handling (e.g., handoffs, hand-ins, backoff, etc.) of the wireless devices as it is moved within and in-between networks.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 15, 2015
    Date of Patent: October 11, 2016
    Assignee: Rivada Networks, LLC
    Inventors: Clint Smith, Vimal Kumar Mishra
  • Patent number: 9462574
    Abstract: A dynamic spectrum arbitrage (DSA) system may include a dynamic spectrum policy controller (DPC) and a dynamic spectrum controller (DSC) that together dynamically manage the allocation and use of resources (e.g., spectrum resources) across different networks. A dynamic spectrum arbitrage application part (DSAAP) protocol/component/module may allow, facilitate, support, or augment communications between the DSC and DPC so as to improve the efficiency and speed of the DSA system. The DSAAP may allow the DPC and/or DSC components to better pool resources across the different networks, better monitor traffic and resource usage in the various networks, to more efficiently communicate bids and bidding information, to quickly and efficiently register and deregister components, and better perform backoff operations.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 23, 2015
    Date of Patent: October 4, 2016
    Assignee: Rivada Networks, LLC
    Inventors: Clint Smith, Nageswara Rao Deekshitha Devisetti, Samuel Smith, Purnima Surampudi, Nithin Nellikunnu, Sony Mohanty, Geetha C. Vastrad, Vimal Kumar Mishra, Kalpana Kempanna, Ravi Ramesh Bhat
  • Publication number: 20160112993
    Abstract: A dynamic spectrum arbitrage (DSA) system may include a dynamic spectrum policy controller (DPC) and a dynamic spectrum controller (DSC) that together dynamically manage the allocation and use of resources (e.g., spectrum resources) across different networks. A dynamic spectrum arbitrage application part (DSAAP) protocol/component/module may allow, facilitate, support, or augment communications between the DSC and DPC so as to improve the efficiency and speed of the DSA system. The DSAAP may allow the DPC and/or DSC components to better pool resources across the different networks, better monitor traffic and resource usage in the various networks, to more efficiently communicate bids and bidding information, to quickly and efficiently register and deregister components, and better perform backoff operations.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 23, 2015
    Publication date: April 21, 2016
    Inventors: Clint SMITH, Nageswara Rao Deekshitha DEVISETTI, Samuel SMITH, Purnima Surampudi, Nithin Nellikunnu, Sony Mohanty, Geetha C. Vastrad, Vimal Kumar Mishra, Kalpana Kempanna, Ravi Ramesh Bhat
  • Patent number: 9224169
    Abstract: A dynamic spectrum arbitrage (DSA) system may include a dynamic spectrum policy controller (DPC) and a dynamic spectrum controller (DSC) that together dynamically manage the allocation and use of resources (e.g., spectrum resources) across different networks. A dynamic spectrum arbitrage application part (DSAAP) protocol/component/module may allow, facilitate, support, or augment communications between the DSC and DPC so as to improve the efficiency and speed of the DSA system. The DSAAP may allow the DPC and/or DSC components to better pool resources across the different networks, better monitor traffic and resource usage in the various networks, to more efficiently communicate bids and bidding information, to quickly and efficiently register and deregister components, and better perform backoff operations.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 26, 2014
    Date of Patent: December 29, 2015
    Assignee: Rivada Networks, LLC
    Inventors: Clint Smith, Nageswara Rao Deekshitha Devisetti, Samuel Smith, Purnima Surampudi, Nithin Nellikunnu, Sony Mohanty, Geetha C. Vastrad, Vimal Kumar Mishra, Kalpana Kempanna, Ravi Ramesh Bhat
  • 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: 20140358759
    Abstract: A dynamic spectrum arbitrage (DSA) system may include a dynamic spectrum policy controller (DPC) and a dynamic spectrum controller (DSC) that together dynamically manage the allocation and use of resources (e.g., spectrum resources) across different networks. The DSC and DPC may be configured communicate using a DSAAP protocol, component, or communication message. For example, the DSC may be configured to receive a list of resources that are available for bidding via a communication link to DPC using a DSAAP protocol, generate a bid request message to bid on a resource in the received list of resources, and send the bid request message to the DPC. The DPC may receive the bid request message from the DSC, determine whether the bid request message is valid, determine whether the DSC is a winner bidder, and sending a bid won message to the DSC via the communication link using a DSAAP protocol.
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 26, 2014
    Publication date: December 4, 2014
    Applicant: Rivada Networks, LLC
    Inventors: Clint Smith, Nageswara Rao Deekshitha Devisetti, Samuel Smith, Purnima Surampudi, Nithin Nellikunnu, Sony Mohanty, Geetha C. Vastrad, Vimal Kumar Mishra, Kalpana Kempanna, Ravi Ramesh Bhat
  • Publication number: 20140355428
    Abstract: A dynamic spectrum arbitrage (DSA) system includes a dynamic spectrum policy controller (DPC) and a dynamic spectrum controller (DSC) that together dynamically manage the allocation and use of resources (e.g., spectrum resources) across different networks. The DSC component may include wired or wireless connections to eNodeBs, a policy and charging rules function (PCRF) component/server, and various other network components. The PCRF may be configured to receive eNodeB congestion state information from the eNodeB, information identifying wireless devices attached to the eNodeB, categorize each of the identified wireless devices into a category selected from a plurality of categories, select a subset of the identified wireless devices based on the category into which they are categorized, and perform congestion response operations on the selected wireless devices so as to reduce the congestion of the eNodeB.
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 26, 2014
    Publication date: December 4, 2014
    Applicant: Rivada Networks, LLC
    Inventors: Clint Smith, Purnima Surampudi, Vimal Kumar Mishra, Samuel Smith
  • Publication number: 20140355429
    Abstract: A dynamic spectrum arbitrage (DSA) system may include a dynamic spectrum policy controller (DPC) and a dynamic spectrum controller (DSC) that together dynamically manage the allocation and use of resources (e.g., spectrum resources) across different networks. A dynamic spectrum arbitrage application part (DSAAP) protocol/component/module may allow, facilitate, support, or augment communications between the DSC and DPC so as to improve the efficiency and speed of the DSA system. The DSAAP may allow the DPC and/or DSC components to better pool resources across the different networks, better monitor traffic and resource usage in the various networks, to more efficiently communicate bids and bidding information, to quickly and efficiently register and deregister components, and better perform backoff operations.
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 26, 2014
    Publication date: December 4, 2014
    Applicant: Rivada Networks, LLC
    Inventors: Clint Smith, Nageswara Rao Deekshitha Devisetti, Samuel Smith, Purnima Surampudi, Nithin Nellikunnu, Sony Mohanty, Geetha C. Vastrad, Vimal Kumar Mishra, Kalpana Kempanna, Ravi Ramesh Bhat
  • 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: 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