Cooperative Patent Classification

Indent Level

Version: 2016.11
CPC
COOPERATIVE PATENT CLASSIFICATION
H04W
WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS NETWORKS (radio transmission systems H04B 7/00; transmission systems using electromagnetic waves other than radio waves, e.g. light, infrared H04B 10/00; communication systems using wireless extensions, i.e. wireless links without selective communication, e.g. cordless telephones H04M 1/72; broadcast communication H04H) [2013-01]
NOTES

  • This subclass covers :
    • communication networks for selectively establishing one or a plurality of wireless communication links between a desired number of users or between users and network equipment, for the purpose of transferring information via these wireless communication links;
    • networks deploying an infrastructure for mobility management of wireless users connected thereto, e.g. cellular networks, WLAN [Wireless Local Area Network], wireless access networks, e.g. WLL [Wireless Local Loop] or self-organising wireless communication networks, e.g. ad hoc networks;
    • planning or deployment specially adapted for the above-mentioned wireless networks;
    • services or facilities specially adapted for the above-mentioned wireless networks;
    • arrangements or echniques specially adapted for the operation of the above-mentioned wireless networks.
  • This subclass does not cover :
    • communication systems using wireless extensions, i.e. wireless links without selective communication, e.g. cordless telephones, which are covered by group H04M 1/72;
    • broadcast communication, which is covered by subclass H04H.
  • In this subclass, at each hierarchical level, in the absence of an indication to the contrary, classification is made in the first appropriate place.
H04W 4/00
{Mobile application} services or facilities specially adapted for wireless communication networks {(network arrangements or communication protocols for networked applications H04L 67/00; network arrangements or protocols for real-time communications H04L 65/00; network arrangements or network protocols for addressing or naming H04L 61/00; application independent communication protocol aspects and techniques in packet data networks H04L 69/00; network architectures or network communication protocols for network security H04L 63/00; wireless network security H04W 12/00; message switching systems H04L 12/58; arrangements for broadcast or conference H04L 12/18; telephonic communication, substation extension arrangements, cordless telephones, portable communication terminals with improved user interface to control a main telephone operation mode or to indicate the communication status H04M 1/72522; automatic or semi-automatic exchanges for telephonic communication - systems providing special services or facilities to subscribers H04M 3/42)} [2013-01]
NOTES

  • This groups covers mobile application services or application service signalling for communication over wireless networks.
  • This group focuses on application services specially adapted for wireless networks or adjusted to the wireless environment
H04W 4/001
.
{Provisioning or reconfiguring application services, e.g. OMA DM (network management H04L 12/24; network arrangements or communication protocols for networked applications involving the movement of software or configuration parameters, e.g. applets H04L 67/34; program loading or initiating G06F 9/445; mobile agents G06F 9/4862)} [2016-08]
H04W 4/003
.
{Mobile application execution environments for application services, e.g. communicating with application store or appstore servers in the application service network and vice versa, 3GPP SIM Application toolkit [SAT], 3GPP OSA or 3GPP MEXE (processing of user or subscriber data at user equipment or user record carrier H04W 8/183)} [2013-01]
H04W 4/005
.
{for Machine-to-Machine communication [M2M, MTC], e.g. 3GPP M2M, OMA M2M, 3GPP MTC or Wireless Sensor Networks [WSN] (self-organizing networks H04W 84/18; network arrangements or communication protocols for networked applications adapted for proprietary or special purpose networking environments, e.g. medical networks, sensor networks, networks in a car, remote metering networks H04L 67/12; mechanical means for transferring the output of a sensing member G01D 5/00)} [2013-01]
H04W 4/006
. .
{using cooperative applications for harvesting, aggregating or forwarding data, e.g. data fusion, aggregation or diffusion in WSN, master/slave node hierarchy negotiations in WSN} [2013-01]
H04W 4/008
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{using short range communication, e.g. NFC, RFID or PAN (telephonic substation extension arrangements interfacing with an external accessory using a two-way short-range wireless interface H04M 1/7253; mechanical means for transferring the output of a sensing member G01D 5/00; near-field transmission systems H04B 5/00)} [2013-01]
H04W 4/02
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{Mobile application} Services making use of the location of users or terminals {, e.g. OMA SUPL, OMA MLP or 3GPP LCS }(mobility data transfer H04W 8/08; access restriction based on user location or mobility data H04W 48/04; registration, e.g. affiliation to network, de-registration, e.g. terminating affiliation H04W 60/00; locating users or terminals for network management purpose H04W 64/00; navigation or navigational instruments G01C 21/00; radio direction-finding, radio navigation, determining distance or velocity by use of radio waves, locating or presence-detecting by use of the reflection or re-radiation of radio waves or analogous arrangements using other waves G01S) [2013-01]
H04W 4/021
. .
{based on location controlled areas, e.g. geofencing} [2013-01]
H04W 4/022
. . .
{with dynamic range variability} [2013-01]
H04W 4/023
. .
{using mutual or relative location information between multiple location based services [LBS] targets or of distance thresholds} [2013-01]
H04W 4/025
. .
{using location based information parameters} [2013-01]
H04W 4/026
. . .
{using orientation information, e.g. compass} [2013-01]
H04W 4/027
. . .
{using movement velocity, acceleration information} [2013-01]
H04W 4/028
. . .
{using historical or predicted position information, e.g. trajectory data} [2013-01]
H04W 4/04
. .
{using association of physical positions and logical data} in a dedicated environment, e.g. buildings or vehicles [2013-01]
H04W 4/043
. . .
{using ambient awareness, e.g. involving buildings using floor or room numbers} [2013-01]
H04W 4/046
. . .
{involving vehicles, e.g. floating traffic data [FTD] or vehicle traffic prediction} [2013-01]
H04W 4/06
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Selective distribution or broadcast {application services; Mobile application} services to user groups; One-way selective calling services {(connection management for selective distribution or broadcast H04W 76/002; resource management for broadcast services H04W 72/005)} [2013-01]
H04W 4/08
. .
User group management {(group management mechanisms in peer-to-peer network applications H04L 67/1044; processing of subscriber group data H04W 8/186)} [2013-01]
H04W 4/10
. .
Push-to-Talk {mobile application services} or Push-on-Call {mobile application} services {(arrangements for real-time multimedia Push-to-X-Services H04L 65/4061; connection management for Push-to-Talk or Push-on-Call services H04W 76/005)} [2013-01]
H04W 4/12
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{Mobile application service signalling using} messaging, e.g. SMS [Short Message Service]; {Mobile application service signalling using} mailboxes; {Mobile application service signalling using} announcements, e.g. informing users on the status or progress of a communication request {(message switching systems H04L 12/58; voice mail systems H04M 3/533; arrangements for providing announcements H04M 3/487)} [2013-01]
H04W 4/14
. .
{Mobile application service signalling using} short messaging services, e.g. SMS or USSD [Unstructured Supplementary Service Data] [2013-01]
H04W 4/16
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{Mobile application service signalling using} communication-related supplementary services, e.g. call-transfer or call-hold {(automatic or semi-automatic exchange systems providing special services or facilities to subscribers H04M 3/42)} [2013-01]
H04W 4/18
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{Customizing content of application services or} information format or content conversion, e.g. adaptation by the network of the transmitted or received information for the purpose of wireless delivery to users or terminals {(network arrangements or communication protocols for networked applications involving intermediate processing or storage in the network, e.g. proxy, H04L 67/28; message adaptation based on network or terminal capabilities for message switching systems H04L 12/5825)} [2013-01]
H04W 4/185
. .
{by embedding added-value information into content, e.g. geo-tagging (intermediate arrangements for adding application control or application functional data H04L 67/2804)} [2013-01]
H04W 4/20
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{Signalling of application services or} auxiliary data signalling, i.e. transmitting data via a non-traffic channel [2013-01]
H04W 4/203
. .
{for converged personal network application service interworking, e.g. OMA converged personal network services [CPNS]} [2013-01]
H04W 4/206
. .
{for socializing or targeting users of the same wireless application service, e.g. joint gesture signalling or mobile advertising signalling (marketing G06Q 30/02; input arrangements for transferring data to be processed into a form capable of being handled by the computer for entering handwritten data G06F 3/04883)} [2013-01]
H04W 4/22
.
{Mobile application service} emergency connection handling {or mobile application services handling urgent or hazardous situations, e.g. 3GPP earthquake and tsunami warning system [ETWS] (connection management for emergency connection handling H04W 76/007; centralised arrangements for answering calls for emergency applications requiring operator intervention H04M 3/5116)} [2013-01]
H04W 4/24
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Accounting or billing [2013-01]
H04W 4/26
. .
Usage measurement [2013-01]
H04W 8/00
Network data management [2013-01]
H04W 8/005
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{Discovery of network devices, e.g. terminals} [2013-01]
H04W 8/02
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Processing of mobility data, e.g. registration information at HLR [Home Location Register] or VLR [Visitor Location Register]; Transfer of mobility data, e.g. between HLR, VLR or external networks [2016-08]
H04W 8/04
. .
Registration at HLR or HSS [Home Subscriber Server] [2013-01]
H04W 8/06
. .
Registration at serving network Location Register, VLR or user mobility server [2013-01]
H04W 8/065
. . .
{involving selection of the user mobility server} [2013-01]
H04W 8/08
. .
Mobility data transfer [2013-01]
H04W 8/082
. . .
{for traffic bypassing of mobility servers, e.g. location registers, home PLMNs or home agents} [2013-01]
H04W 8/085
. . .
{involving hierarchical organized mobility servers, e.g. hierarchical mobile IP [HMIP]} [2013-01]
H04W 8/087
. . .
{for preserving data network PoA address despite hand-offs} [2013-01]
H04W 8/10
. . .
between location register and external networks [2013-01]
H04W 8/12
. . .
between location registers or mobility servers [2013-01]
H04W 8/14
. . .
between corresponding nodes [2013-01]
H04W 8/16
. . .
selectively restricting mobility {data} tracking [2013-01]
H04W 8/18
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Processing of user or subscriber data, e.g. subscribed services, user preferences or user profiles; Transfer of user or subscriber data [2013-01]
H04W 8/183
. .
{Processing at user equipment or user record carrier} [2013-01]
H04W 8/186
. .
{Processing of subscriber group data} [2013-01]
H04W 8/20
. .
Transfer of user or subscriber data [2013-01]
H04W 8/205
. . .
{Transfer to or from user equipment or user record carrier} [2013-01]
H04W 8/22
.
Processing or transfer of terminal data, e.g. status or physical capabilities [2013-01]
H04W 8/24
. .
Transfer of terminal data [2013-01]
H04W 8/245
. . .
{from a network towards a terminal} [2013-01]
H04W 8/26
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Network addressing or numbering for mobility support [2013-01]
H04W 8/265
. .
{for initial activation of new user} [2013-01]
H04W 8/28
. .
Number portability; {Network address portability} [2013-01]
H04W 8/30
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Network data restoration; {Network data reliability; Network data fault tolerance} [2013-01]
H04W 12/00
Security arrangements, e.g. access security or fraud detection; Authentication, e.g. verifying user identity or authorisation; Protecting privacy or anonymity [2013-01]
H04W 12/02
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Protecting privacy or anonymity [2013-01]
H04W 12/04
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Key management [2013-01]
H04W 12/06
.
Authentication [2013-01]
H04W 12/08
.
Access security [2013-01]
H04W 12/10
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Integrity [2013-01]
H04W 12/12
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Fraud detection [2013-01]
H04W 16/00
Network planning, e.g. coverage or traffic planning tools; Network deployment, e.g. resource partitioning or cells structures [2013-01]
H04W 16/02
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Resource partitioning among network components, e.g. reuse partitioning [2013-01]
H04W 16/04
. .
Traffic adaptive resource partitioning [2013-01]
H04W 16/06
. .
Hybrid resource partitioning, e.g. channel borrowing [2013-01]
H04W 16/08
. . .
Load shedding arrangements [2013-01]
H04W 16/10
. .
Dynamic resource partitioning [2013-01]
H04W 16/12
. .
Fixed resource partitioning [2013-01]
H04W 16/14
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Spectrum sharing arrangements {between different networks} [2013-01]
H04W 16/16
. .
for PBS [Private Base Station] arrangements [2013-01]
H04W 16/18
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Network planning tools [2013-01]
H04W 16/20
. .
for indoor coverage or short range network deployment [2013-01]
H04W 16/22
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Traffic simulation tools or models [2013-01]
H04W 16/225
. .
{for indoor or short range network} [2013-01]
H04W 16/24
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Cell structures [2013-01]
H04W 16/26
. .
Cell enhancers {or enhancement}, e.g. for tunnels, building shadow [2013-01]
H04W 16/28
. .
using beam steering [2013-01]
H04W 16/30
. .
Special cell shapes, e.g. doughnuts or ring cells [2013-01]
H04W 16/32
. .
Hierarchical cell structures [2013-01]
H04W 24/00
Supervisory, monitoring or testing arrangements [2013-01]
H04W 24/02
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Arrangements for optimizing operational condition [2013-01]
H04W 24/04
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Arrangements for maintaining operational condition [2013-01]
H04W 24/06
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Testing, {supervising or monitoring} using simulated traffic [2013-01]
H04W 24/08
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Testing, {supervising or monitoring} using real traffic [2013-01]
H04W 24/10
.
Scheduling measurement reports; {Arrangements for measurement reports} [2013-01]
H04W 28/00
Network traffic or resource management [2013-01]
H04W 28/02
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Traffic management, e.g. flow control or congestion control [2013-01]
H04W 28/0205
. .
{at the air interface (dynamic wireless traffic scheduling H04W 72/12)} [2013-01]
H04W 28/021
. .
{in wireless networks with changing topologies, e.g. ad-hoc networks (self-organizing networks H04W 84/18)} [2013-01]
H04W 28/0215
. .
{based on user or device properties, e.g. MTC-capable devices (mobile application services or facilities specially adapted for wireless communication networks for machine-to-machine communication H04W 4/005; wireless resource selection or allocation plan definition based on terminal or device properties H04W 72/048)} [2013-01]
H04W 28/0221
. . .
{power availability or consumption} [2013-01]
H04W 28/0226
. .
{based on location or mobility (handoff or reselection H04W 36/00; mobile application services making use of the location of users or terminals H04W 4/02)} [2013-01]
H04W 28/0231
. .
{based on communication conditions (dynamic wireless traffic scheduling definition based on channel quality criteria H04W 72/1226)} [2013-01]
H04W 28/0236
. . .
{radio quality, e.g. interference, losses or delay} [2013-01]
H04W 28/0242
. . .
{Determining whether packet losses are due to overload or to deterioration of radio communication conditions} [2013-01]
H04W 28/0247
. .
{based on conditions of the access network or the infrastructure network (central resource management H04W 28/16)} [2013-01]
H04W 28/0252
. .
{per individual bearer or channel (dynamic wireless traffic scheduling H04W 72/12)} [2013-01]
H04W 28/0257
. . .
{the individual bearer or channel having a maximum bit rate or a bit rate guarantee} [2013-01]
H04W 28/0263
. . .
{involving mapping traffic to individual bearers or channels, e.g. traffic flow template [TFT]} [2013-01]
H04W 28/0268
. .
{using specific QoS parameters for wireless networks, e.g. QoS class identifier [QCI] or guaranteed bit rate [GBR] (negotiating SLA or negotiating QoS H04W 28/24)} [2013-01]
H04W 28/0273
. .
{adapting protocols for flow control or congestion control to wireless environment, e.g. adapting transmission control protocol [TCP] (wireless network protocols or protocol adaptations to wireless operation, e.g. wireless application protocol H04W 80/00)} [2013-01]
H04W 28/0278
. .
{using buffer status reports (dynamic wireless traffic scheduling definition H04W 72/1205)} [2013-01]
H04W 28/0284
. .
{detecting congestion or overload during communication (monitoring arrangements H04L 12/2602)} [2013-01]
H04W 28/0289
. .
{Congestion control (performing reselection for handling the traffic H04W 36/22; load shedding arrangements in network planning H04W 16/08; dynamic wireless traffic scheduling H04W 72/12)} [2013-01]
H04W 28/0294
. .
{forcing collision (non-scheduled or contention based wireless access channel H04W 74/08)} [2013-01]
H04W 28/04
. .
Error control {, e.g. treating errors, collisions, noise or interference (arrangements for detecting or preventing errors in the information received H04L 1/00)} [2013-01]
H04W 28/042
. . .
{Treating collisions} [2013-01]
H04W 28/044
. . . .
{Collision avoidance} [2013-01]
H04W 28/046
. . . .
{Collision detection} [2013-01]
H04W 28/048
. . .
{Treating noise or interference (means associated with receiver for limiting or suppressing noise or interference induced by transmission H04B 1/10; baseband systems or shaping networks in transmitter or receiver H04L 25/03)} [2013-01]
H04W 28/06
. .
Optimizing {the usage of the radio link}, e.g. header compression, information sizing {, discarding information (system modifying transmission characteristic according to link quality by modifying frame length H04L 1/0007; dynamic adaptation of the packet size for flow control or congestion control H04L 47/365)} [2015-11]
H04W 28/065
. . .
{using assembly or disassembly of packets} [2013-01]
H04W 28/08
. .
Load balancing or load distribution [2013-01]
H04W 28/085
. . .
{among bearers or channels} [2013-01]
H04W 28/10
. .
Flow control {between communication endpoints} [2013-01]
H04W 28/12
. . .
using signaling between network elements [2013-01]
H04W 28/14
. . .
using intermediate storage [2013-01]
H04W 28/16
.
Central resource management; Negotiation of resources {or communication parameters}, e.g. negotiating bandwidth or QoS [Quality of Service] [2013-01]
H04W 28/18
. .
Negotiating wireless communication parameters [2013-01]
H04W 28/20
. . .
Negotiating bandwidth [2013-01]
H04W 28/22
. . .
Negotiating communication rate [2013-01]
H04W 28/24
. .
Negotiating SLA [Service Level Agreement]; Negotiating QoS [Quality of Service] [2014-02]
H04W 28/26
. .
Resource reservation [2013-01]
H04W 36/00
Hand-off or reselection arrangements [2013-01]
NOTE

  • In this group, local priority rules supersede the first-place priority rule (FPPR) applying throughout H04W
H04W 36/0005
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{Control or signalling for completing the hand-off} [2013-01]
H04W 36/0011
. .
{for data session or connection} [2013-01]
H04W 36/0016
. . .
{for hand-off preparation} [2013-01]
H04W 36/0022
. . .
{for transferring sessions between adjacent core network technologies} [2013-01]
H04W 36/0027
. . .
{for a plurality of sessions or connections, e.g. multi-call, multi-bearer connections} [2013-01]
H04W 36/0033
. . .
{with transfer of context information} [2013-01]
H04W 36/0038
. . . .
{of security context information} [2013-01]
H04W 36/0044
. . . .
{of quality context information} [2013-01]
H04W 36/005
. .
{involving radio access media independent information, e.g. MIH [Media independent Hand-off]} [2013-01]
H04W 36/0055
. .
{Transmission and use of information for re-establishing the radio link} [2013-01]
H04W 36/0061
. . .
{of neighbor cell information} [2013-01]
H04W 36/0066
. . .
{of control information between different types of networks in order to establish a new radio link in the target network} [2013-01]
H04W 36/0072
. . .
{of resource information of target access point} [2013-01]
H04W 36/0077
. . .
{of access information of target access point} [2013-01]
H04W 36/0083
. .
{Determination of parameters used for hand-off, e.g. generation or modification of neighbour cell lists} [2013-01]
H04W 36/0088
. . .
{Scheduling hand-off measurements} [2013-01]
H04W 36/0094
. . .
{Definition of hand-off measurement parameters} [2013-01]
H04W 36/02
.
Buffering or recovering information during reselection; {Modification of the traffic flow during hand-off} [2013-01]
H04W 36/023
. .
{Buffering or recovering information during reselection} [2013-01]
H04W 36/026
. .
{Multicasting of data during hand-off} [2013-01]
H04W 36/04
.
Reselecting a cell layer in multi-layered cells [2013-01]
H04W 36/06
.
Reselecting a communication resource in the serving access point [2013-01]
H04W 36/08
.
Reselecting an access point [2013-01]
H04W 36/10
.
Reselecting an access point controller [2013-01]
H04W 36/12
.
Reselecting a serving backbone network switching or routing node [2013-01]
H04W 36/14
.
Reselecting a network or an air interface [2013-01]
H04W 36/16
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Performing reselection for specific purposes [2013-01]
H04W 36/165
. .
{for improving the overall network performance (H04W 36/18 - H04W 36/22 take precedence)} [2016-05]
H04W 36/18
. .
for allowing seamless reselection, e.g. soft reselection [2013-01]
H04W 36/20
. .
for optimizing the interference level [2013-01]
H04W 36/22
. .
for handling the traffic [2013-01]
H04W 36/24
.
Reselection being triggered by specific parameters {used to improve the performance of a single terminal} [2013-01]
H04W 36/245
. .
{by historical data} [2013-01]
H04W 36/26
. .
by agreed or negotiated communication parameters [2013-01]
H04W 36/28
. . .
involving a plurality of connections, e.g. multi-call, multi-bearer connections [2013-01]
H04W 36/30
. .
by measured or perceived connection quality data [2013-01]
H04W 36/32
. .
by location or mobility data, e.g. speed data [2013-01]
H04W 36/34
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Reselection control [2013-01]
H04W 36/36
. .
by user or terminal equipment [2013-01]
H04W 36/365
. . .
{by manual user interaction} [2013-01]
H04W 36/38
. .
by fixed network equipment [2013-01]
H04W 36/385
. . .
{of the core network} [2013-01]
H04W 40/00
Communication routing or communication path finding [2013-01]
H04W 40/005
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{Routing actions in the presence of nodes in sleep or doze mode} [2013-01]
H04W 40/02
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Communication route or path selection, e.g. power-based or shortest path routing [2013-01]
H04W 40/023
. .
{Limited or focused flooding to selected areas of a network} [2013-01]
H04W 40/026
. .
{Route selection considering the moving speed of individual devices} [2013-01]
H04W 40/04
. .
based on wireless node resources [2013-01]
H04W 40/06
. . .
based on characteristics of available antennas [2013-01]
H04W 40/08
. . .
based on transmission power [2013-01]
H04W 40/10
. . .
based on available power or energy [2013-01]
H04W 40/12
. .
based on transmission quality or channel quality [2013-01]
H04W 40/125
. . .
{using a measured number of retransmissions as a link metric} [2013-01]
H04W 40/14
. . .
based on stability [2013-01]
H04W 40/16
. . .
based on interference [2013-01]
H04W 40/18
. .
based on predicted events [2013-01]
H04W 40/20
. .
based on geographic position or location [2013-01]
H04W 40/205
. . .
{using topographical information, e.g. hills, high rise buildings} [2013-01]
H04W 40/22
. .
using selective relaying for reaching a BTS [Base Transceiver Station] or an access point [2013-01]
H04W 40/24
.
Connectivity information management, e.g. connectivity discovery or connectivity update [2013-01]
H04W 40/242
. .
{aging of topology database entries} [2013-01]
H04W 40/244
. .
{using a network of reference devices, e.g. beaconing} [2013-01]
H04W 40/246
. .
{Connectivity information discovery} [2013-01]
H04W 40/248
. .
{Connectivity information update} [2013-01]
H04W 40/26
. .
for hybrid routing by combining proactive and reactive routing [2013-01]
H04W 40/28
. .
for reactive routing [2013-01]
H04W 40/30
. .
for proactive routing [2013-01]
H04W 40/32
. .
for defining a routing cluster membership [2013-01]
H04W 40/34
.
Modification of an existing route [2013-01]
H04W 40/36
. .
due to handover [2013-01]
H04W 40/38
. .
adapting due to varying relative distances between nodes [2013-01]
H04W 48/00
Access restriction; Network selection; Access point selection [2015-10]
H04W 48/02
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Access restriction performed under specific conditions [2013-01]
H04W 48/04
. .
based on user or terminal location or mobility data, e.g. moving direction, speed [2013-01]
H04W 48/06
. .
based on traffic conditions [2013-01]
H04W 48/08
.
Access restriction or access information delivery, e.g. discovery data delivery [2013-01]
H04W 48/10
. .
using broadcasted information [2013-01]
H04W 48/12
. .
using downlink control channel [2013-01]
H04W 48/14
. .
using user query {or user detection} [2013-01]
H04W 48/16
.
Discovering, processing access restriction or access information [2013-01]
H04W 48/17
.
{Selecting a data network PoA [Point of Attachment]} [2013-01]
H04W 48/18
.
Selecting a network or a communication service [2013-01]
H04W 48/20
.
Selecting an access point [2013-01]
H04W 52/00
Power Management, e.g. TPC [Transmission Power Control], power saving or power classes {(gain control in transmitters or power amplifiers H03G 3/3042)} [2013-01]
H04W 52/02
.
Power saving arrangements {(in wired systems H04L 12/12; signaling of mobile application services, e.g. low battery notifications H04W 4/20)} [2013-01]
H04W 52/0203
. .
{in the radio access network or backbone network of wireless communication networks} [2013-01]
H04W 52/0206
. . .
{in access points, e.g. base stations (access point devices per se H04W 88/08)} [2013-01]
H04W 52/0209
. .
{in terminal devices (terminal devices per se H04W 88/02)} [2013-01]
H04W 52/0212
. . .
{managed by the network, e.g. network or access point is master and terminal is slave} [2013-01]
H04W 52/0216
. . . .
{using a pre-established activity schedule, e.g. traffic indication frame} [2013-01]
H04W 52/0219
. . . .
{where the power saving management affects multiple terminals} [2013-01]
H04W 52/0222
. . . .
{in packet switched networks} [2013-01]
H04W 52/0225
. . .
{using monitoring of external events, e.g. the presence of a signal} [2013-01]
H04W 52/0229
. . . .
{where the received signal is a wanted signal} [2013-01]
H04W 52/0232
. . . . .
{according to average transmission signal activity} [2013-01]
H04W 52/0235
. . . .
{where the received signal is a power saving command} [2013-01]
H04W 52/0238
. . . .
{where the received signal is an unwanted signal, e.g. interference or idle signal} [2013-01]
H04W 52/0241
. . . .
{where no transmission is received, e.g. out of range of the transmitter} [2013-01]
H04W 52/0245
. . . .
{according to signal strength} [2013-01]
H04W 52/0248
. . . .
{dependent on the time of the day, e.g. according to expected transmission activity} [2013-01]
H04W 52/0251
. . .
{using monitoring of local events, e.g. events related to user activity} [2013-01]
H04W 52/0254
. . . .
{detecting a user operation or a tactile contact or a motion of the device} [2013-01]
H04W 52/0258
. . . .
{controlling an operation mode according to history or models of usage information, e.g. activity schedule or time of day} [2013-01]
H04W 52/0261
. . .
{managing power supply demand, e.g. depending on battery level} [2013-01]
H04W 52/0264
. . . .
{by selectively disabling software applications} [2013-01]
H04W 52/0267
. . . .
{by controlling user interface components} [2013-01]
H04W 52/027
. . . . .
{by controlling a display operation or backlight unit} [2013-01]
H04W 52/0274
. . . .
{by switching on or off the equipment or parts thereof} [2013-01]
H04W 52/0277
. . . . .
{according to available power supply, e.g. switching off when a low battery condition is detected} [2013-01]
H04W 52/028
. . . . .
{switching on or off only a part of the equipment circuit blocks} [2013-01]
H04W 52/0283
. . . . . .
{with sequential power up or power down of successive circuit blocks, e.g. switching on the local oscillator before RF or mixer stages} [2013-01]
H04W 52/0287
. . . .
{changing the clock frequency of a controller in the equipment} [2013-01]
H04W 52/029
. . . . .
{reducing the clock frequency of the controller} [2013-01]
H04W 52/0293
. . . . .
{having a sub-controller with a low clock frequency switching on and off a main controller with a high clock frequency} [2013-01]
H04W 52/0296
. . . .
{switching to a backup power supply} [2013-01]
H04W 52/04
.
TPC [Transmission power control] [2013-01]
H04W 52/06
. .
TPC algorithms [2013-01]
H04W 52/08
. . .
Closed loop power control [2013-01]
H04W 52/10
. . .
Open loop power control [2013-01]
H04W 52/12
. . .
Outer and inner loops [2013-01]
H04W 52/125
. . . .
{cascaded outer loop power control} [2013-01]
H04W 52/14
. . .
Separate analysis of uplink or downlink [2013-01]
H04W 52/143
. . . .
{Downlink power control} [2013-01]
H04W 52/146
. . . .
{Uplink power control} [2013-01]
H04W 52/16
. . .
Deriving transmission power values from another channel [2013-01]
H04W 52/18
. .
TPC being performed according to specific parameters [2013-01]
H04W 52/20
. . .
using error rate [2013-01]
H04W 52/22
. . .
taking into account previous information or commands [2013-01]
H04W 52/221
. . . .
{using past power control commands} [2013-01]
H04W 52/223
. . . .
{predicting future states of the transmission} [2013-01]
H04W 52/225
. . . .
{Calculation of statistics, e.g. average, variance} [2013-01]
H04W 52/226
. . . .
{using past references to control power, e.g. look-up-table} [2013-01]
H04W 52/228
. . . .
{using past power values or information} [2013-01]
H04W 52/24
. . .
using SIR [Signal to Interference Ratio] or other wireless path parameters [2013-01]
H04W 52/241
. . . .
{taking into account channel quality metrics, e.g. SIR, SNR, CIR, Eb/lo} [2013-01]
H04W 52/242
. . . .
{taking into account path loss} [2013-01]
H04W 52/243
. . . .
{taking into account interferences} [2013-01]
H04W 52/244
. . . . .
{Interferences in heterogeneous networks, e.g. among macro and femto or pico cells or other sector / system interference [OSI]} [2013-01]
H04W 52/245
. . . .
{taking into account received signal strength} [2013-01]
H04W 52/246
. . . .
{where the output power of a terminal is based on a path parameter calculated in said terminal} [2013-01]
H04W 52/247
. . . .
{where the output power of a terminal is based on a path parameter sent by another terminal} [2013-01]
H04W 52/248
. . . .
{where transmission power control commands are generated based on a path parameter} [2013-01]
H04W 52/26
. . .
using transmission rate or quality of service QoS [Quality of Service] [2013-01]
H04W 52/262
. . . .
{taking into account adaptive modulation and coding [AMC] scheme (AMC per se H04L 1/0001)} [2013-01]
H04W 52/265
. . . .
{taking into account the quality of service QoS} [2013-01]
H04W 52/267
. . . .
{taking into account the information rate} [2013-01]
H04W 52/28
. . .
using user profile, e.g. mobile speed, priority or network state, e.g. standby, idle or non transmission [2013-01]
H04W 52/281
. . . .
{taking into account user or data type priority} [2013-01]
H04W 52/282
. . . .
{taking into account the speed of the mobile} [2013-01]
H04W 52/283
. . . .
{Power depending on the position of the mobile} [2013-01]
H04W 52/285
. . . .
{taking into account the mobility of the user} [2013-01]
H04W 52/286
. . . .
{during data packet transmission, e.g. high speed packet access [HSPA]} [2013-01]
H04W 52/287
. . . .
{when the channel is in stand-by} [2013-01]
H04W 52/288
. . . .
{taking into account the usage mode, e.g. hands-free, data transmission, telephone} [2013-01]
H04W 52/30
. .
using constraints in the total amount of available transmission power [2013-01]
H04W 52/32
. . .
TPC of broadcast or control channels [2013-01]
H04W 52/322
. . . .
{Power control of broadcast channels} [2013-01]
H04W 52/325
. . . .
{Power control of control or pilot channels} [2013-01]
H04W 52/327
. . . .
{Power control of multicast channels} [2013-01]
H04W 52/34
. . .
TPC management, i.e. sharing limited amount of power among users or channels or data types, e.g. cell loading [2013-01]
H04W 52/343
. . . .
{taking into account loading or congestion level} [2013-01]
H04W 52/346
. . . .
{distributing total power among users or channels} [2013-01]
H04W 52/36
. . .
with a discrete range or set of values, e.g. step size, ramping or offsets [2013-01]
H04W 52/362
. . . .
{Aspects of the step size} [2013-01]
H04W 52/365
. . . .
{Power headroom reporting} [2013-01]
H04W 52/367
. . . .
{Power values between minimum and maximum limits, e.g. dynamic range} [2013-01]
H04W 52/38
. .
TPC being performed in particular situations [2013-01]
H04W 52/383
. . .
{power control in peer-to-peer links} [2013-01]
H04W 52/386
. . .
{centralized, e.g. when the radio network controller or equivalent takes part in the power control} [2013-01]
H04W 52/40
. . .
during macro-diversity or soft handoff [2013-01]
H04W 52/42
. . .
in systems with time, space, frequency or polarisation diversity [2013-01]
H04W 52/44
. . .
in connection with interruption of transmission [2013-01]
H04W 52/46
. . .
in multi hop networks, e.g. wireless relay networks [2013-01]
H04W 52/48
. . .
during retransmission after error or non-acknowledgment [2013-01]
H04W 52/50
. . .
at the moment of starting communication in a multiple access environment [2013-01]
H04W 52/52
. .
using AGC [Automatic Gain Control] circuits or amplifiers [2013-01]
H04W 52/54
. .
Signalisation aspects of the TPC commands, e.g. frame structure [2013-01]
H04W 52/545
. . .
{modifying TPC bits in special situations} [2013-01]
H04W 52/56
. . .
detection of errors of TPC bits [2013-01]
H04W 52/58
. . .
format of the TPC bits [2013-01]
H04W 52/60
. . .
using different transmission rates for TPC commands [2013-01]
H04W 56/00
Synchronization arrangements [2013-01]
H04W 56/0005
.
{synchronizing of arrival of multiple uplinks} [2013-01]
H04W 56/001
.
{Synchronization between nodes} [2013-01]
H04W 56/0015
. .
{one node acting as a reference for the others} [2013-01]
H04W 56/002
. .
{Mutual synchronization} [2013-01]
H04W 56/0025
. .
{synchronizing potentially movable access points} [2013-01]
H04W 56/003
.
{Arrangements to increase tolerance to errors in transmission or reception timing} [2013-01]
H04W 56/0035
.
{detecting errors in frequency or phase} [2013-01]
H04W 56/004
.
{compensating for timing error of reception due to propagation delay} [2013-01]
H04W 56/0045
. .
{compensating for timing error by altering transmission time} [2013-01]
H04W 56/005
. .
{compensating for timing error by adjustment in the receiver} [2013-01]
H04W 56/0055
.
{determining timing error of reception due to propagation delay} [2013-01]
H04W 56/006
. .
{using known positions of transmitter and receiver} [2013-01]
H04W 56/0065
. .
{using measurement of signal travel time} [2013-01]
H04W 56/007
. . .
{Open loop measurement} [2013-01]
H04W 56/0075
. . . .
{based on arrival time vs. expected arrival time} [2013-01]
H04W 56/008
. . . . .
{detecting arrival of signal based on received raw signal} [2013-01]
H04W 56/0085
. . . . .
{detecting a given structure in the signal} [2013-01]
H04W 56/009
. . .
{Closed loop measurements} [2013-01]
H04W 56/0095
. .
{estimated based on signal strength} [2013-01]
H04W 60/00
Registration, e.g. affiliation to network; De-registration, e.g. terminating affiliation [2013-01]
H04W 60/005
.
{Multiple registrations, e.g. multihoming} [2013-01]
H04W 60/02
.
by periodical registration [2013-01]
H04W 60/04
.
using triggered events [2013-01]
H04W 60/06
.
De-registration or Detaching [2013-01]
H04W 64/00
Locating users or terminals {or network equipment} for network management purposes, e.g. mobility management [2013-01]
H04W 64/003
.
{locating network equipment} [2013-01]
H04W 64/006
.
{with additional information processing, e.g. for direction or speed determination} [2013-01]
H04W 68/00
Notification of users, e.g. alerting for incoming communication or change of service [2013-01]
H04W 68/005
.
{Transmission of information for alerting of incoming communication} [2013-01]
H04W 68/02
.
Arrangements for increasing efficiency of notification or paging channel [2013-01]
H04W 68/025
. .
{Indirect paging} [2013-01]
H04W 68/04
.
multi-step notification using statistical or historical mobility data [2013-01]
H04W 68/06
.
using multi-step notification by changing the notification area [2013-01]
H04W 68/08
.
using multi-step notification by increasing the notification area [2013-01]
H04W 68/10
.
using simulcast notification [2013-01]
H04W 68/12
.
Inter-network notification [2013-01]
H04W 72/00
Local resource management, e.g. wireless traffic scheduling or selection or allocation of wireless resources [2013-01]
NOTE

  • In this group, local priority rules supersede the first-place priority rule (FPPR) applying throughout H04W
H04W 72/005
.
{Resource management for broadcast services} [2013-01]
H04W 72/02
.
Selection of wireless resources by user or terminal [2013-01]
H04W 72/04
.
Wireless resource allocation [2013-01]
H04W 72/0406
. .
{involving control information exchange between nodes} [2013-01]
H04W 72/0413
. . .
{in uplink direction of a wireless link, i.e. towards network} [2013-01]
H04W 72/042
. . .
{in downlink direction of a wireless link, i.e. towards terminal} [2013-01]
H04W 72/0426
. . .
{between access points} [2013-01]
H04W 72/0433
. . .
{between access point and access point controlling device} [2013-01]
H04W 72/044
. .
{where an allocation plan is defined based on the type of the allocated resource} [2013-01]
H04W 72/0446
. . .
{the resource being a slot, sub-slot or frame} [2013-01]
H04W 72/0453
. . .
{the resource being a frequency, carrier or frequency band} [2013-01]
H04W 72/046
. . .
{the resource being in the space domain, e.g. beams} [2013-01]
H04W 72/0466
. . .
{the resource being a scrambling code} [2013-01]
H04W 72/0473
. . .
{the resource being transmission power} [2013-01]
H04W 72/048
. .
{where an allocation plan is defined based on terminal or device properties} [2013-01]
H04W 72/0486
. .
{where an allocation plan is defined based on load} [2013-01]
H04W 72/0493
. .
{where an allocation plan is defined based on a resource usage policy} [2013-01]
H04W 72/06
. .
{where an allocation plan is defined} based on a ranking criteria of the wireless resources [2013-01]
H04W 72/08
. .
{where an allocation plan is defined} based on quality criteria [2013-01]
H04W 72/082
. . .
{using the level of interference} [2013-01]
H04W 72/085
. . .
{using measured or perceived quality} [2013-01]
H04W 72/087
. . .
{using requested quality} [2013-01]
H04W 72/10
. .
{where an allocation plan is defined} based on priority criteria [2013-01]
H04W 72/12
.
{Dynamic} Wireless traffic scheduling; {Dynamically scheduled allocation on shared channel} [2013-01]
H04W 72/1205
. .
{Schedule definition, set-up or creation} [2013-01]
H04W 72/121
. . .
{for groups of terminals or users} [2013-01]
H04W 72/1215
. . .
{for collaboration of different radio technologies} [2013-01]
H04W 72/1221
. . .
{based on age of data to be sent} [2013-01]
H04W 72/1226
. . .
{based on channel quality criteria, e.g. channel state dependent scheduling} [2013-01]
H04W 72/1231
. . . .
{using measured or perceived quality} [2013-01]
H04W 72/1236
. . . .
{using requested quality} [2013-01]
H04W 72/1242
. . .
{based on precedence or priority of the traffic information} [2013-01]
H04W 72/1247
. . .
{based on priority of the information source or recipient} [2013-01]
H04W 72/1252
. . .
{based on load} [2013-01]
H04W 72/1257
. . .
{based on resource usage policy} [2013-01]
H04W 72/1263
. .
{Schedule usage, i.e. actual mapping of traffic onto schedule; Multiplexing of flows into one or several streams; Mapping aspects; Scheduled allocation} [2013-01]
H04W 72/1268
. . .
{of uplink data flows} [2013-01]
H04W 72/1273
. . .
{of downlink data flows} [2013-01]
H04W 72/1278
. .
{Transmission of control information for scheduling} [2013-01]
H04W 72/1284
. . .
{in the uplink, i.e. from terminal to network} [2013-01]
H04W 72/1289
. . .
{in the downlink, i.e. towards the terminal} [2013-01]
H04W 72/1294
. . . .
{using a grant or specific channel (H04W 72/14 takes precedence)} [2013-01]
H04W 72/14
. .
using a grant {or specific} channel [2013-01]
H04W 74/00
Wireless channel access, e.g. scheduled or random access [2013-01]
H04W 74/002
.
{Transmission of channel access control information} [2013-01]
H04W 74/004
. .
{in the uplink, i.e. towards network} [2013-01]
H04W 74/006
. .
{in the downlink, i.e. towards the terminal} [2013-01]
H04W 74/008
. .
{with additional processing of random access related information at receiving side} [2013-01]
H04W 74/02
.
Hybrid access techniques [2013-01]
H04W 74/04
.
Scheduled {or contention-free} access [2013-01]
H04W 74/06
. .
using polling [2013-01]
H04W 74/08
.
Non-scheduled {or contention based} access, e.g. random access, ALOHA, CSMA [Carrier Sense Multiple Access] [2013-01]
H04W 74/0808
. .
{using carrier sensing, e.g. as in CSMA} [2013-01]
H04W 74/0816
. . .
{carrier sensing with collision avoidance} [2013-01]
H04W 74/0825
. . .
{carrier sensing with collision detection} [2013-01]
H04W 74/0833
. .
{using a random access procedure} [2013-01]
H04W 74/0841
. . .
{with collision treatment} [2013-01]
H04W 74/085
. . . .
{collision avoidance} [2013-01]
H04W 74/0858
. . . .
{collision detection} [2013-01]
H04W 74/0866
. .
{using a dedicated channel for access} [2013-01]
H04W 74/0875
. . .
{with assigned priorities based access} [2013-01]
H04W 74/0883
. . .
{for un-synchronized access} [2013-01]
H04W 74/0891
. . .
{for synchronized access} [2013-01]
H04W 76/00
Connection management, e.g. connection set-up, manipulation or release [2013-01]
H04W 76/002
.
{for selective distribution or broadcast} [2013-01]
H04W 76/005
. .
{for Push-to-Talk or Push-on-Call services} [2013-01]
H04W 76/007
.
{for emergency connection handling} [2013-01]
H04W 76/02
.
Connection set-up [2013-01]
H04W 76/021
. .
{Allocation or use of connection identifiers} [2013-01]
H04W 76/022
. .
{Set-up of transport tunnels} [2013-01]
H04W 76/023
. .
{Direct mode set-up} [2013-01]
H04W 76/025
. .
{Set-up of multiple wireless link connections} [2013-01]
H04W 76/026
. . .
{involving adjacent core network technologies} [2013-01]
H04W 76/027
. .
{Management of set-up rejection or failure} [2013-01]
H04W 76/028
. .
{Connection re-establishment} [2013-01]
H04W 76/04
.
Connection manipulation [2013-01]
H04W 76/041
. .
{Manipulation of transport tunnels} [2013-01]
H04W 76/043
. .
{Direct mode connection manipulation} [2013-01]
H04W 76/045
. .
{Maintenance of an established connection} [2013-01]
H04W 76/046
. .
{Transitions among RRC [Radio Resource Control] states} [2013-01]
H04W 76/048
. .
{Discontinuous transmission or reception [DTX, DRX]} [2013-01]
H04W 76/06
.
Connection release [2013-01]
H04W 76/062
. .
{Release of transport tunnels} [2013-01]
H04W 76/064
. .
{Selective release of ongoing connections} [2013-01]
H04W 76/066
. . .
{for the purpose of reassigning the resources associated with the released connections} [2013-01]
H04W 76/068
. .
{Connection release triggered by timers} [2013-01]
H04W 80/00
Wireless network protocols or protocol adaptations to wireless operation, e.g. WAP [Wireless Application Protocol] [2013-01]
H04W 80/02
.
Data link layer protocols [2013-01]
WARNING

  • This group is used only for indicating additional information when it is of interest for search
H04W 80/04
.
Network layer protocols, e.g. mobile IP [Internet Protocol] [2013-01]
WARNING

  • This group is used only for indicating additional information when it is of interest for search
H04W 80/045
. .
{involving different protocol versions, e.g. MIPv4 and MIPv6} [2015-10]
WARNING

  • This group is used only for indicating additional information when it is of interest for search
H04W 80/06
.
Transport layer protocols, e.g. TCP [Transport Control Protocol] over wireless {(transmission control protocol/Internet protocol [TCP/IP] or user datagram protocol [UDP] H04L 69/16)} [2013-01]
H04W 80/08
.
Upper layer protocols {(network arrangements or communication protocols for networked applications H04L 67/00)} [2013-01]
H04W 80/085
. .
{involving different upper layer protocol versions, e.g. LCS - SUPL or WSN-SOA-WSDP} [2015-10]
H04W 80/10
. .
adapted for {application} session management, e.g. SIP [Session Initiation Protocol] {(connection management H04W 76/00; arrangements for session management H04L 67/14)} [2013-01]
H04W 80/12
. .
Application layer protocols, e.g. WAP [2013-01]
H04W 84/00
Network topologies [2013-01]
NOTE

  • In this group, local priority rules supersede the first-place priority rule (FPPR) applying throughout H04W
H04W 84/005
.
{Moving wireless networks} [2013-01]
H04W 84/02
.
Hierarchical pre-organized networks, e.g. paging networks, cellular networks, WLAN [Wireless Local Area Network] or WLL [Wireless Local Loop] [2013-01]
H04W 84/022
. .
{One-way selective calling networks, e.g. wide area paging} [2013-01]
H04W 84/025
. . .
{with acknowledge back capability} [2013-01]
H04W 84/027
. . .
{providing paging services} [2013-01]
H04W 84/04
. .
Large scale networks; Deep hierarchical networks [2013-01]
H04W 84/042
. . .
{Public Land Mobile systems, e.g. cellular systems} [2013-01]
H04W 84/045
. . . .
{using private Base Stations, e.g. femto Base Stations, home Node B} [2013-01]
H04W 84/047
. . . .
{using dedicated repeater stations} [2013-01]
H04W 84/06
. . .
Airborne or Satellite Networks [2013-01]
H04W 84/08
. . .
Trunked mobile radio systems [2013-01]
H04W 84/10
. .
Small scale networks; Flat hierarchical networks [2013-01]
H04W 84/105
. . .
{PBS [Private Base Station] network (H04W 84/12 - H04W 84/16 take precedence)} [2016-05]
H04W 84/12
. . .
WLAN [Wireless Local Area Networks] [2013-01]
H04W 84/14
. . .
WLL [Wireless Local Loop]; RLL [Radio Local Loop] [2013-01]
H04W 84/16
. . .
WPBX [Wireless Private Branch Exchange] [2013-01]
H04W 84/18
.
Self-organizing networks, e.g. ad-hoc networks or sensor networks [2013-01]
H04W 84/20
. .
Master-slave {selection or change} arrangements [2013-01]
H04W 84/22
. .
with access to wired networks [2013-01]
H04W 88/00
Devices specially adapted for wireless communication networks, e.g. terminals, base stations or access point devices [2013-01]
H04W 88/005
.
{Data network PoA devices} [2013-01]
H04W 88/02
.
Terminal devices [2013-01]
H04W 88/021
. .
{adapted for Wireless Local Loop operation} [2013-01]
H04W 88/022
. .
{Selective call receivers} [2013-01]
H04W 88/023
. . .
{with message or information receiving capability} [2013-01]
H04W 88/025
. . .
{Selective call decoders} [2013-01]
H04W 88/026
. . . .
{using digital address codes} [2013-01]
H04W 88/027
. . . .
{using frequency address codes} [2013-01]
H04W 88/028
. . . .
{using pulse address codes} [2013-01]
H04W 88/04
. .
adapted for relaying to or from another terminal or user [2013-01]
H04W 88/06
. .
adapted for operation in multiple networks {or having at least two operational modes}, e.g. multi-mode terminals [2013-01]
H04W 88/08
.
Access point devices [2013-01]
H04W 88/085
. .
{Access point devices with remote components} [2013-01]
H04W 88/10
. .
adapted for operation in multiple networks, e.g. multi-mode access points [2013-01]
H04W 88/12
.
Access point controller devices [2013-01]
H04W 88/14
.
Backbone network devices [2013-01]
H04W 88/16
.
Gateway arrangements [2013-01]
H04W 88/18
.
Service Support; Network management devices [2013-01]
H04W 88/181
. .
{Transcoding devices; Rate adaptation devices} [2013-01]
H04W 88/182
. .
{Network node acting on behalf of an other network entity, e.g. proxy} [2013-01]
H04W 88/184
. .
{Messaging devices, e.g. message centre} [2013-01]
H04W 88/185
. .
{Selective call encoders for paging networks, e.g. paging centre devices} [2013-01]
H04W 88/187
. . .
{using digital or pulse address codes} [2013-01]
H04W 88/188
. . .
{using frequency address codes} [2013-01]
H04W 92/00
Interfaces specially adapted for wireless communication networks [2013-01]
H04W 92/02
.
Inter-networking arrangements [2013-01]
H04W 92/04
.
Interfaces between hierarchically different network devices [2013-01]
H04W 92/045
. .
{between access point and backbone network device} [2013-01]
H04W 92/06
. .
between gateways and public network devices [2013-01]
H04W 92/08
. .
between user and terminal device [2013-01]
H04W 92/10
. .
between terminal device and access point, i.e. wireless air interface [2013-01]
H04W 92/12
. .
between access points and access point controllers [2013-01]
H04W 92/14
. .
between access point controllers and backbone network device [2015-10]
H04W 92/16
.
Interfaces between hierarchically similar devices [2013-01]
H04W 92/18
. .
between terminal devices [2013-01]
H04W 92/20
. .
between access points [2013-01]
H04W 92/22
. .
between access point controllers [2013-01]
H04W 92/24
. .
between backbone network devices [2013-01]
H04W 99/00
Subject matter not provided for in other groups of this subclass [2013-01]