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832 results about "Encapsulated data" patented technology

Data encapsulation refers to sending data where the data is augmented with successive layers of control information before transmission across a network.

Power-efficient address mapping scheme

InactiveUS20070140159A1Reduce power consumptionMaintained for very long times without compromising battery lifeEnergy efficient ICTTime-division multiplexPower efficientEncapsulated data
The present invention relates to a method, system, client device, gateway device and computer program product for maintaining a state information in an intermediate network function, wherein the state information expires after a predetermined idle period. Detecting means are provided for detecting an idle state of a connection. In response to the detecting means, a transport protocol used for encapsulating data is changed from a first protocol with a first predetermined idle period to a second protocol with a second predetermined idle period, said second predetermined idle period being longer than said first predetermined idle period. Alternatively, a connection parameter is provided to a device for a parallel second connection in a set-up negotiation via said first connection. This connection parameter is then used for setting up a parallel second connection to the device based on the second transport protocol used for encapsulating data with the second predetermined idle period. Then, an information linking the first and second connections is transmitted from the device to the data network, wherein the second connection is used for transmitting a wake-up notification to the device in response a detected idle state. Both alternatives provide the advantage of reduced keep-alive signaling and thus enhanced battery efficiency.

System and method for design, procurement and manufacturing collaboration

A method for designing an electronic component includes receiving a device criteria (e.g., a parametric value, procurement value, etc.) from a designer, querying a database for devices corresponding to the device criteria, querying the database for procurement data and/or engineering data associated with the corresponding devices, presenting the devices to the designer based on the procurement data, and receiving input from the designer identifying one of the presented devices as a selected device. In a particular method, the returned devices are sorted based on one or more procurement values (e.g., manufacturer, price, availability, manufacturer status, etc.), and presented to the designer in a ranked list. Objects representative of the selected devices are then entered into a design file, and the objects are associated with the device's engineering and/or procurement data. In a particular embodiment, the objects are associated with the engineering data by embedding the engineering data in the file object. Optionally, data can be associated with the objects via links to the database. Types of engineering data that can be associated with design file objects include, but are not limited to, device footprint data, device pinout data, device physical dimension data, parametric data, and packaging data. Additionally, connection data and annotation data can be entered into the design file objects by the designer.
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