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Wireless communication circuit

Wireless communication circuit
Wireless communication circuit
In accordance with one or more example embodiments, wireless communications are facilitated based on user-motion. A portable motion-sensing circuit, carried by a user, indicates that motion is sensed in response to detecting whether the user has been moving for a predetermined period of time. A communication circuit operates in active mode and inactive modes respectively consuming higher and lower power, permits or inhibits access authentication communications in the active and inactive modes, and operates in the active mode in response to the motion being sensed at the motion-sensing circuit.
US9082241 B2
Leong, Frank
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Van Sinderen, Jan
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Redman-White, William
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Leong, Frank, Van Sinderen, Jan and Redman-White, William (Inventors) (2014) Wireless communication circuit. US9082241 B2.

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Abstract

In accordance with one or more example embodiments, wireless communications are facilitated based on user-motion. A portable motion-sensing circuit, carried by a user, indicates that motion is sensed in response to detecting whether the user has been moving for a predetermined period of time. A communication circuit operates in active mode and inactive modes respectively consuming higher and lower power, permits or inhibits access authentication communications in the active and inactive modes, and operates in the active mode in response to the motion being sensed at the motion-sensing circuit.

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Published date: 1 July 2014

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Local EPrints ID: 420472
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/420472
PURE UUID: d2ac93e2-7a8c-4554-a16d-d0400a6dec3a

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Date deposited: 08 May 2018 16:30
Last modified: 08 Jan 2022 07:30

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Inventor: Frank Leong
Inventor: Jan Van Sinderen
Inventor: William Redman-White

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