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Milpitas, CA, United States

JDS Uniphase Corporation is a company that designs and manufactures products for optical communications networks, communications test and measurement equipment, lasers, optical solutions for authentication and decorative applications, and other custom optics. It is headquartered in Milpitas, California in the United States. It was formerly known as JDS Uniphase, prior to a rebranding of its corporate image on September 14, 2005. Wikipedia.


Patent
Jdsu | Date: 2015-07-27

A data management system and method of managing call data for at least one radio network element within a cellular communication network. The method comprising receiving call data for at least one call from the at least one radio network element within the cellular communication network, arranging the received call data into call data records of a non-fixed size, and writing the call data records to at least one data storage device such that the call data records are stored adjacent one another.


Techniques for estimating a coverage area for a distributed antenna system (DAS) or a repeater system are disclosed. In one particular exemplary embodiment, the techniques may be realized as a system for estimating a coverage area for a distributed antenna system (DAS) or a repeater system. The system may comprise one or more processors communicatively coupled to a mobile communications network. The one or more processors may be configured to identify a sector as being a base station sector that deploys a distributed antenna system (DAS) or a repeater system. The one or more processors may also be configured to determine an approximate location for one or more antennas deployed by the distributed antenna system (DAS) or the repeater system. The one or more processors may further be configured to construct an estimated coverage area for the base station sector that deploys the distributed antenna system (DAS) or the repeater system.


Patent
Jdsu | Date: 2014-08-06

A test apparatus and method for testing passive optical networks is provided. The test apparatus includes an optical circuit having an optical coupler for splitting off a portion of optical traffic. During testing of a passive optical network, the optical circuit is coupled into an optical path of the passive optical network. A bit stream corresponding to an activating procedure is captured and analyzed to extract identification information of the module that sent the bit stream.


A WDM optical signal is transmitted through a tunable optical filter and is polarization-nulled to find optical signal to noise ratio of individual WDM channels. The polarization nulling can be performed using a heuristic multipoint extrema search method, such as Nelder-Mead method. A plurality of checkpoints can be included in the search to verify the progress and to improve the overall robustness of a real-time polarization nulling.


Patent
Jdsu | Date: 2014-08-05

Techniques for multiple pass geolocation are disclosed. In one particular exemplary embodiment, the techniques may be realized as a system for multiple pass geolocation. The system may comprise one or more processors communicatively coupled to a mobile communications network. The one or more processors may be configured to conduct a first geolocation pass to identify one or more geolocation estimates under consideration. The one or more processors may also be configured to conduct at least one additional geolocation pass to refine one or more geolocation estimates under consideration. The one or more processors may further be configured to determine an approximate location of one or more mobile devices within an estimated coverage area of a network based on at least the first geolocation pass and the at least one additional geolocation pass.

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