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Lynne Reamer Phones & Addresses

  • 408 Stone Ridge Dr, Lansdale, PA 19446 (215) 361-2899
  • Easton, PA
  • Flanders, NJ
  • Claymont, DE

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Company: General instrument corporation Jul 1994 to Jul 1996 Position: Senior member technical staff

Education

School / High School: School Name:

Skills

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Languages

English

Industries

Alternative Dispute Resolution

Resumes

Resumes

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Research Staff

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Location:
408 south Stone Ridge Dr, Lansdale, PA 19446
Industry:
Alternative Dispute Resolution
Work:
General Instrument Corporation Jul 1994 - Jul 1996
Senior Member Technical Staff

Integrated Network Corporation Aug 1986 - Jul 1994
Member Technical Staff

Peco Energy Jun 1983 - Jun 1986
System Engineer

Garvey Resources Jun 1983 - Jun 1986
Research Staff
Education:
School Name:
Widener University
Bachelor of Science In Engineering, Bachelors, Electrical Engineering
Skills:
Ms Project
Embedded Software
Team Building
C++
Customer Service
Engineering
Integration
Process Improvement
Security
Cross Functional Team Leadership
Strategic Planning
Leadership
Linux
Powerpoint
Project Management
Wireless
Software Development
Product Development
C
Microsoft Word
Program Management
Vod
Microsoft Office
Troubleshooting
Testing
Telecommunications
Languages:
English

Publications

Us Patents

Direct Digital Access Telecommunication System With Signaling Bit Detection

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US Patent:
51446243, Sep 1, 1992
Filed:
Nov 19, 1990
Appl. No.:
7/615462
Inventors:
Craig A. Sharper - Bridgewater NJ
Lynne A. Reamer - West Easton PA
Assignee:
Integrated Network Corporation - Bridgewater NJ
International Classification:
H04J 312
H04J 100
US Classification:
3701101
Abstract:
In a telecommunication system, a circuit is provided for determining the system mode and for restoring converted signalling bits. The circuit is designed to be used in a telecommunication system that lacks frame alignment. The circuit may serve as an trunk line interface located in a Direct Digital Access Office Channel Unit. Alternatively, the circuit may be coupled to a single trunk line which links Customer Premises Equipment (CPE) to the telecommunication system. The detection portion of the circuit determines the system mode of the trunk line connected to a CPE by detecting signalling bits when frame alignment is not maintained. The restoration portion of the circuit restores signalling bits which were converted due to a lack of frame alignment to their pre-converted state.
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