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  • Portland, OR
  • 8300 Ward Parkway Plz, Kansas City, MO 64114
  • Nashville, TN
  • Louisville, KY
  • 7 Buckingham Ct, Asheville, NC 28803
  • Manteca, CA
  • Overland Park, KS
  • Lawrence, KS
  • University City, MO
  • Plymouth, MA
  • Oberlin, OH

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Network Planner Ii

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Location:
Kansas City, Missouri Area
Industry:
Telecommunications
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Director

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Location:
Portland, OR
Industry:
Computer Networking
Work:
Birdstep Technology - Overland Park, KS since Jul 2013
Field Engineer

Sprint Nextel Dec 2010 - Jun 2013
Network Planner II

Sprint Nextel Nov 2007 - Dec 2010
Telecom Design Engineer I

Sprint Nextel Apr 2006 - Nov 2007
NCHDP Network Engineer I
Education:
Washington University in St. Louis 2003 - 2005
BSE, Systems Engineering, Physics minor, Robotics concentration
Oberlin College 1999 - 2003
BS, Engineering
North Carolina School of the Arts 1984 - 1996
HS Diploma, Music
Skills:
Telecommunications
Evdo
Sql
Excel
Analytics
Etl
4G
Wimax
Optimization
Networking
Perl
Wireless
Lte
Unix
Cellular Communications
Cdma
Linux
Interests:
Education
Certifications:
Google Cloud Certified Professional - Data Engineer
Aws Certified Sysops Administrator - Associate
Google Cloud Certified Professional - Cloud Architect
Aws Certified Security - Specialty
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Caleb Hyde

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Publications

Us Patents

Test Device For Gain Level Determination Of Wireless Repeater Systems

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US Patent:
8160501, Apr 17, 2012
Filed:
Mar 10, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/401407
Inventors:
Caleb S. Hyde - Overland Park KS, US
Andrew Mark Wurtenberger - Olathe KS, US
Bryan Timothy Barbee - Olathe KS, US
Assignee:
Sprint Communications Company L.P. - Overland Park KS
International Classification:
H04B 7/15
US Classification:
455 6714, 455 6711, 455 9
Abstract:
What is disclosed is a test device for a wireless repeater system in a wireless communication network. The test device includes a transmitter configured to establish a call with the wireless communication network through the wireless repeater system and determine a number of probes required to establish the call. The test device also includes a receiver configured to receive the call from the wireless communication network through the wireless repeater system and determine a signal strength of the received call. The test device also includes a control processor configured to process the number of probes required to establish the call and the signal strength of the received call to determine a gain level for the wireless repeater system. The test device also includes a control interface configured to transfer the gain level to the wireless repeater system.

Transitioning To Previous Coverage Area To Expedite Call Setup

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US Patent:
8254330, Aug 28, 2012
Filed:
Oct 1, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/243223
Inventors:
Andy M. Wurtenberger - Olathe KS, US
Bryan T. Barbee - Olathe KS, US
Caleb S. Hyde - Overland Park KS, US
Justin R. Anderson - Prairie Village KS, US
Assignee:
Sprint Spectrum L.P. - Overland Park KS
International Classification:
H04W 36/00
US Classification:
370331, 370328, 370338, 455439, 455434, 455436
Abstract:
Methods and systems are provided for expediting call setup in a wireless communication system. A mobile station operating in idle mode and under coverage of a first and second wireless coverage area receives overhead channel data for the first coverage area. The mobile station then detects a trigger to initiate connectivity with the wireless communication system. Responsive to detecting this trigger, the mobile station determines an amount of time until it will receive overhead channel data for the second coverage area and makes a determination of whether this determined amount of time is greater than a threshold. If the determined amount of time is greater than a threshold, the mobile station seeks connectivity via the first coverage area. However, if the determined amount of time is less than a threshold, the mobile station seeks connectivity via the second coverage area.

Test Call Automation Based On Monitoring Device State

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US Patent:
8265619, Sep 11, 2012
Filed:
Nov 16, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/619471
Inventors:
Caleb S. Hyde - Kansas City MO, US
Andrew Mark Wurtenberger - Olathe KS, US
Assignee:
Sprint Communications Company L.P. - Overland Park KS
International Classification:
H04W 24/00
US Classification:
455424, 455423, 455425, 455 6711, 455 6714
Abstract:
A communication system for automating test calls in a wireless communication network comprises a test call automation system and at least one wireless communication device. The test call automation system is configured to receive a set of test conditions and test instructions associated with a test call scenario, and transfer the test conditions and the test instructions to the wireless communication device. The wireless communication device is configured to monitor a device state of the wireless communication device based on the test conditions, and if the device state complies with the set of test conditions, then process the test instructions to execute the test call scenario, receive test results associated with the test call scenario, and transfer the test results to the test call automation system.

Pausing A Live Teleconference Call

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US Patent:
8406390, Mar 26, 2013
Filed:
Aug 23, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/861408
Inventors:
Clark Douglas Halferty - Lee's Summit MO, US
Caleb Sisson Hyde - Kansas City MO, US
Andrew Mark Wurtenberger - Olathe KS, US
Assignee:
Sprint Communications Company L.P. - Overland Park KS
International Classification:
H04M 1/64
H04M 3/42
H04M 1/725
US Classification:
379 8823, 37920201, 4554121
Abstract:
Methods and products are described for facilitating a method of controlling participation in a teleconference call. One embodiment of the method includes connection to a teleconference call so that a user of a communications device is capable of participating in the call. Any real-time inbound audio and real-time outbound audio is recorded and stored. At some point during the call, a pause command is received that indicates a desire to suspend real-time participation in the teleconference call and that starts a pause process. One embodiment of the pause process includes continuing to record the real-time inbound audio but preventing it from being presented via the communications device until a resume request is received, preventing the real-time outbound audio from being sent to other call participants until a resume request is received, and enabling a resume option that allows the user to re-engage in real-time participation in the teleconference call.

Methods And Systems For Disabling Text Messaging

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US Patent:
8417268, Apr 9, 2013
Filed:
May 17, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/781427
Inventors:
Clark D. Halferty - Lees Summit MO, US
Andrew M. Wurtenberger - Olathe KS, US
Caleb S. Hyde - Kansas City MO, US
Christopher M. Yenney - Ashburn VA, US
Assignee:
Sprint Spectrum L.P. - Overland Park KS
International Classification:
H04W 4/00
US Classification:
455466, 455410, 455411, 4555692, 4555759, 4555562
Abstract:
Methods and systems are provided for disabling text-entry capabilities. In one embodiment, a mobile station detects that it is being supported by a given single hand of a user and not by two hands of the user. The mobile station also detects that it is being operated by the single given hand of the user and not by two hands of the user. Optionally, the mobile station also determines that it is moving at greater than a threshold rate or detects more than a threshold degradation in text-entry proficiency. In response to detecting at least that the mobile station is being supported and operated by the single given hand of the user and not by two hands of the user, the mobile station disables one or more text-entry capabilities.

Voicemail Network Capacity Planning And Management

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US Patent:
8422645, Apr 16, 2013
Filed:
Jul 10, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/170702
Inventors:
Kanglung Wong - Overland Park KS, US
Caleb S. Hyde - Overland Park KS, US
Brendan Lee Hughes - Overland Park KS, US
Narayanan Govindan Kasi - Overland Park KS, US
Assignee:
Spring Communications Company L.P. - Overland Park KS
International Classification:
H04M 11/00
H04L 12/26
H04J 3/16
G06F 17/00
US Classification:
379 8822, 370236, 370400, 370419, 370467, 379 1503, 379 8816, 37912101, 37921102, 37922111, 4554121, 455413, 455466, 709224, 709239, 715810
Abstract:
A method of managing a voicemail network is described herein. Voicemail system data for the voicemail network is received. The voicemail system data includes communication node data, source voicemail node data, and destination voicemail node data. A destination voicemail node is determined based on the destination voicemail node data and a destination voicemail node criteria. When the source voicemail node data meets a source voicemail node criteria, a communication node is associated with the destination voicemail node.

Method Of Controlling Reverse Link Packet Transmission Latency Based On Air-Interface Loading

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US Patent:
8437292, May 7, 2013
Filed:
Jun 9, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/481033
Inventors:
Andrew Wurtenberger - Olathe KS, US
Manasa Keshavachandra - Overland Park KS, US
Caleb Hyde - Overland Park KS, US
Assignee:
Sprint Spectrum L.P. - Overland Park KS
International Classification:
H04L 23/02
US Classification:
370329, 370332
Abstract:
Methods and apparatus for transmitting communications using a radio frequency (RF) communication channel are provided. A network condition and/or a usage level of the RF communication channel are determined. A designated duration is selected based, at least in part, on the network condition and/or usage level. A time period for transmitting a communication in the RF channel is selected such that the time period has a duration corresponding to the designated duration. A transmission in the RF communication channel is initiated during the time period. The designated duration may be adjusted based on further observations of network conditions and/or usage levels.

Method And System For Adjusting Access Parameters In Response To Surges In Paging Buffer Occupancy

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US Patent:
8509699, Aug 13, 2013
Filed:
Sep 22, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/564363
Inventors:
Andrew Wurtenberger - Olathe KS, US
Caleb Hyde - Kansas City MO, US
Manasa Keshavachandra - Virginia Beach VA, US
Assignee:
Sprint Spectrum L.P. - Overland Park KS
International Classification:
H04W 68/00
US Classification:
455 6711, 455518, 455519, 455 381, 455466, 455522, 455434, 455515, 455458, 455567, 4554351
Abstract:
A radio access network (RAN) accumulates page messages in a paging buffer for subsequent transmission into a wireless coverage area. A buffer monitor is configured to periodically monitor the occupancy of the paging buffer and to detect when there is a surge in the paging buffer occupancy (e. g. , when the occupancy increases by at least a threshold amount during an evaluation time period). When the buffer monitor detects a surge in paging buffer occupancy, the RAN transmits a control message that changes one or more access parameters that mobile stations operating in the wireless coverage area use to determine when to transmit responses to page messages. Because of the changed access parameters, mobile stations that receive page messages in the same time period are less likely to transmit responses in the same access cycle channel, thereby reducing the possibility of access probe collisions.
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