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  • Pikesville, MD
  • 1625 S St NW APT 3, Washington, DC 20009
  • Sunnyvale, CA
  • West Orange, NJ
  • College Park, MD
  • 101 G St SW APT 702, Washington, DC 20024 (202) 554-9138

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Position: Sales Occupations

Education

Degree: Graduate or professional degree

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Daniel Michaelis

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Location:
3964 Newcastle Ct, Ellicott City, MD 21042
Industry:
Telecommunications
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Database Administrator At Tidal Technologies

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Location:
Baltimore, Maryland Area
Industry:
Computer Software
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Communications Consultant, The George Washington University School Of Business

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Location:
Washington D.C. Metro Area
Industry:
Public Relations and Communications
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Daniel Michaelis

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Location:
United States

Publications

Us Patents

Call Detail Reporting For Lawful Surveillance

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US Patent:
6504907, Jan 7, 2003
Filed:
Mar 15, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/808179
Inventors:
Robert D. Farris - Sterling VA
Dale L. Bartholomew - Vienna VA
Raymond F. Albers - Vienna VA
Barry Pershan - Olney MD
Daniel C. Michaelis - Ellicott City MD
Michael G. Pilkerton - Fairfax VA
Christine W. Huff - Vienna VA
Jay C. Lodsun - Vienna VA
Walter Pomykacz - Pine Hill NJ
Thomas A. Nolting - Holliston MA
Assignee:
Verizon Services Corp. - Arlington VA
International Classification:
H04M 124
US Classification:
379 35, 379 7, 379126, 379243
Abstract:
A lawfully authorized electronic surveillance operation requires reporting of detailed call data for a variety of calls associated with the subject of the surveillance. For at least some specified calls to or from the subject, the invention provides profile data in a switching office serving the subject that causes the office to generate accounting messages for each call, essentially in the same manner as for billing, regardless of whether the calls are billable. Accounting records formed from the messages are uploaded to a server system, for processing and formatting as necessary for delivery to the law enforcement agency. The surveillance could entirely rely on these accounting records for the data reporting. In the preferred embodiments, however, the surveillance also involves monitoring of common channel signaling messages to accumulate call detail records for surveillance purposes, with respect to many calls associated with the subject. The preferred embodiment utilizes a special CLASS code set against the subjects profile in the serving end office.

Monitor Network With Advanced Intelligent Network (Ain) For Electronic Surveillance

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US Patent:
6650633, Nov 18, 2003
Filed:
Jul 9, 1998
Appl. No.:
09/112155
Inventors:
Raymond F. Albers - Vienna VA
Barry Pershan - Olney MD
Daniel C. Michaelis - Ellicott City MD
Michael G. Pilkerton - Fairfax VA
Robert D. Farris - Sterling VA
Christine Huff - Vienna VA
Assignee:
Verizon Services Corp. - Arlington VA
International Classification:
H04L 1266
US Classification:
370352, 370353, 370389, 37922101
Abstract:
In a public switched telephone network, interoffice call attempts to or from a line under surveillance generate a variety of query, response and release messages between the offices, as part of the normal procedures for setting up and tearing down the calls to and from the line. To insure that all calls under surveillance generate signaling messages, terminating, dialing and release triggers are set with respect to the targets line. As a result, the end office serving that line sends queries to a database on the signing network, receives response messages, and sends release report messages. A site processor compiles data from the signaling messages and forms a call detail record (CDR) for each call attempt relating to the target under surveillance. A central file server further processes the CDRs and supplies composite data regarding the targets calls through a data network connection to one or more law enforcement agencies.

Call Detail Reporting For Lawful Surveillance

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US Patent:
62333135, May 15, 2001
Filed:
Mar 16, 1999
Appl. No.:
9/270071
Inventors:
Robert D. Farris - Sterling VA
Dale L. Bartholomew - Vienna VA
Raymond F. Albers - Vienna VA
Charles H. Eppert - Fairfax VA
Barry Pershan - Olney MD
Daniel C. Michaelis - Ellicott City MD
Michael G. Pilkerton - Fairfax VA
Christine W. Huff - Vienna VA
Jay C. Lodsun - Vienna VA
Walter Pomykacz - Pine Hill NJ
Thomas A. Nolting - Holliston MA
Assignee:
Bell Atlantic Network Services - Arlington VA
International Classification:
H04M 124
H04M 308
H04M 322
US Classification:
379 34
Abstract:
A lawfully authorized electronic surveillance operation requires reporting of detailed call data for a variety of calls associated with the subject of the surveillance. For at least some specified calls to or from the subject, the invention provides profile data in a switching office serving the subject that causes the office to generate accounting messages for each call, essentially in the same manner as for billing, regardless of whether the calls are billable. Accounting records formed from the messages are uploaded to a server system, for processing and formatting as necessary for delivery to the law enforcement agency. The surveillance could entirely rely on these accounting records for the data reporting. In the preferred embodiments, however, the surveillance also involves monitoring of common channel signaling messages to accumulate call detail records for surveillance purposes, with respect to many calls associated with the subject. The preferred embodiment utilizes a special CLASS code set against the subject's profile in the serving end office.

Advanced Intelligent Network (Ain) Functionality For Electronic Surveillance

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US Patent:
62298879, May 8, 2001
Filed:
Jul 9, 1998
Appl. No.:
9/112160
Inventors:
Raymond F. Albers - Vienna VA
Charles H. Eppert - Fairfax VA
Barry Pershan - Olney MD
Daniel C. Michaelis - Ellicott City MD
Michael G. Pilkerton - Fairfax VA
Robert D. Farris - Sterling VA
Christine W. Huff - Vienna VA
Assignee:
Bell Atlantic Network Services, Inc. - Arlington VA
International Classification:
H04M 700
US Classification:
379219
Abstract:
Following the Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act (CALEA), the FBI developed a standard set of communication services and interfaces. for lawfully authorized electronic surveillance, for both call data recording and content recording. Existing public switched telephone networks use a variety of switches. Not all of the switches in use are capable of performing the routines required by the CALEA standards. In accord with the invention, Advanced Intelligent Network (AIN) and/or Local Number Portability (LNP) functionality controls routing and billing of incoming and outgoing calls for the surveillance target. The routing is handled in such a manner that calls to and from the target are directed to a regional switching office which performs those functions for switches in the region which lack that capability. Through this arrangement call detail records (CDRs) regarding the target are accumulated and transferred to a law enforcement authority. If the surveillance of a particular target also requires monitoring of the content of the target's calls, the calls are routed through a switch or an Intelligent Peripheral (IP) having the requisite surveillance capability.

Electronic Surveillance In A Public Switched Telephone Network

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US Patent:
60977981, Aug 1, 2000
Filed:
Jul 9, 1998
Appl. No.:
9/112154
Inventors:
Raymond F. Albers - Vienna VA
Charles H. Eppert - Fairfax VA
Barry P. Pershan - Olney MD
Daniel C. Michaelis - Ellicott City MD
Michael G. Pilkerton - Fairfax VA
Robert D. Farris - Sterling VA
Christine W. Huff - Vienna VA
Assignee:
Bell Atlantic Network Services, Inc. - Arlington VA
International Classification:
H04M 1500
US Classification:
379114
Abstract:
Telephone network surveillance is provided for targeting subscriber terminals that receive service through an office lacking a switch with surveillance capability. A foreign exchange line is relied upon to connect the target's line to an office having that capability. Advanced Intelligent Network (AIN) functionality controls routing and billing of incoming and outgoing calls, so that the telephone network operations appear completely normal during the surveillance. In the office normally serving the target's line, a terminating attempt trigger causes that office to obtain instructions from a service control point (SCP), to route the call to the foreign exchange line terminated in the office with the surveillance capability. The instructions also prevent billing of the redirection through the surveillance office to either the called party or the calling party. An off-hook delay trigger set against the foreign exchange line in the surveillance office causes that office to obtain instructions from the SCP, to facilitate billing for the call as if initiated from the target's normal telephone line connection.
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