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  • 13191 Hadley St, Overland Park, KS 66213 (913) 814-0661
  • 13191 Hadley St, Shawnee Mission, KS 66213 (913) 814-0661
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Position: Service Occupations

Education

Degree: Graduate or professional degree

Resumes

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Telecommunications Manager

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Location:
Overland Park, KS
Industry:
Telecommunications
Work:
Sprint - Overland Park, KS since Apr 2000
Manager

Sprint Aug 1998 - Apr 2000
Senior Engineer

Lucent Nov 1996 - Jul 1998
Consultant

BT (Martlesham Heath) Jun 1989 - Nov 1996
Telecommunication Engineer
Education:
University of East Anglia 1991 - 1995
Bachelors, Bachelor of Science
Skills:
Cdma
Telecommunications
Voip
Wireless
Mobile Devices
Lte
Vendor Management
Software Development
Product Development
Management
Cross Functional Team Leadership
Networking
Integration
M2M
4G
Code Division Multiple Access Method
Voice Over Ip
Uicc
Esim
Mobile Technology
Remote Sim Provisioning
Identity and Access Management
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Simon Youngs

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Publications

Us Patents

Leveraging Mobile-Device Analytics For Informing And Call Handling

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US Patent:
8233888, Jul 31, 2012
Filed:
Oct 21, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/909448
Inventors:
Gary Duane Koller - Overland Park KS, US
Simon Youngs - Overland Park KS, US
Piyush Jethwa - Overland Park KS, US
Mark Douglas Peden - Olathe KS, US
Raymond Emilio Reeves - Olathe KS, US
Assignee:
Sprint Communications Company L.P. - Overland Park KS
International Classification:
H04M 1/725
US Classification:
4554121, 4554141, 455415, 455418
Abstract:
Computer-readable media and methods are provided for utilizing analytics collected by a mobile device to inform a user and to implement rules that instruct the mobile device on handling of calls. Analytics that include data about calls made and received by the mobile device are collected by the mobile device. An application on the mobile device uses the analytics to rank callers and provides the rankings to the user. A rule is received by the mobile device that indicates how to handle inbound and outbound calls based at least on the rankings. The analytics and rules are also useable for promotional purposes and can be shared with other services.

Arbitration Server For Determining Remediation Measures In Response To An Error Message From A Content Provider

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US Patent:
8370474, Feb 5, 2013
Filed:
Mar 26, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/732677
Inventors:
Raymond Emilio Reeves - Olathe KS, US
Simon Youngs - Overland Park KS, US
Gary Duane Koller - Overland Park KS, US
Assignee:
Sprint Communications Company L.P. - Overland Park KS
International Classification:
G06F 15/173
G06F 15/16
G06F 17/00
G06F 13/00
US Classification:
709223, 709207, 709227, 709229, 711118, 707694, 707691, 707702
Abstract:
A method, device, and medium are provided for improving a user's Internet experience, comprising in one aspect, receiving, from a gateway, an indication of a reply from a content provider indicating an error requiring arbitration, determining, on the basis of an arbitration agreement, one or more remediation measures for the gateway to take in response to the error, the remediation measures selected from the set consisting of: passing the reply to the user unchanged, providing cached content to the user, rewriting the error reply to include a redirection to an alternate page, rewriting the error reply to include an alternate reply status code, providing a standardized error page in place of the error reply provided by the content provider, rejecting future requests sent to the content provider, and redirecting future requests sent to the content provider to an alternate content provider; and sending to the gateway an arbitration response including a remediation policy indicating the remediation measures.

Identifying A Cloned Mobile Device In A Communications Network

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US Patent:
8380165, Feb 19, 2013
Filed:
Oct 22, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/910173
Inventors:
Gary Duane Koller - Overland Park KS, US
Simon Youngs - Overland Park KS, US
Piyush Jethwa - Overland Park KS, US
Mark Douglas Peden - Olathe KS, US
Raymond Emilio Reeves - Olathe KS, US
Assignee:
Sprint Communications Company L.P. - Overland Park KS
International Classification:
H04M 1/66
US Classification:
455410, 713201, 709224, 455411, 455456, 4554351
Abstract:
Computer-readable media and methods are provided for identifying a mobile device as a legitimate subscriber to a communications network or as a clone device. A clone device is not legitimately subscribed to the network but poses as a legitimate device to gain usage of the legitimate mobile device's subscribed services. An application on the legitimate mobile device tracks call detail data for calls of the mobile device. The mobile device has a unique identifier. A network server compares the tracked call detail data against a master list of call detail data for the unique identifier. A mismatch between the mobile device's call detail data and the master list indicates a potential clone. A mobile device using the unique identifier but not providing substantially matching call detail data is identified as a clone. Countermeasures are provided to defeat the clone's usage of the network.

Generation Of Voice Profiles

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US Patent:
8380504, Feb 19, 2013
Filed:
May 6, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/775270
Inventors:
Mark Douglas Peden - Olathe KS, US
Simon Youngs - Overland Park KS, US
Gary Duane Koller - Overland Park KS, US
Piyush Jethwa - Overland Park KS, US
Assignee:
Sprint Communications Company L.P. - Overland Park KS
International Classification:
G10L 17/00
G10L 15/00
G10L 11/00
US Classification:
704246, 704231, 704200
Abstract:
Embodiments of the present invention provide systems, methods, and computer-readable media for generating a voice characteristic profile based on detected sound components. In embodiments, a call is initiated between a first caller and a second caller. Information communicated during the call is monitored to determine that sound components have been spoken by the first caller. The sound components are determined to be associated with a language dialect. Further, the sound components are stored in association with the first caller. In particular, the sound components are stored in association with the first caller in a voice characteristic profile of the first caller.

Wireless Network Load Balancing And Roaming Management System

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US Patent:
8406756, Mar 26, 2013
Filed:
Aug 13, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/855938
Inventors:
Raymond Emilio Reeves - Olathe KS, US
Simon Youngs - Overland Park KS, US
Gary Duane Koller - Overland Park KS, US
Assignee:
Sprint Communications Company L.P. - Overland Park KS
International Classification:
H04W 4/00
US Classification:
4554321, 455434, 455453, 455436
Abstract:
A roaming management computer system comprises a communication interface and a processing system. The communication interface is configured to receive loading thresholds and usage information for each of a plurality of different wireless networks. The processing system is configured to process the loading thresholds and the usage information to determine load balancing requirements for the wireless networks, and process the load balancing requirements to generate preferred roaming lists for wireless communication devices roaming in the wireless networks. The communication interface is further configured to transfer the preferred roaming lists for delivery to the wireless communication devices.

Wireless Communication System That Selects And Broadcasts Fm Media Streams On A Per-Base Station Basis

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US Patent:
8412167, Apr 2, 2013
Filed:
Dec 8, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/314956
Inventors:
Gary Duane Koller - Overland Park KS, US
Mark Douglas Peden - Olathe KS, US
Simon Youngs - Overland Park KS, US
Raymond Emilio Reeves - Olathe KS, US
Assignee:
Sprint Communications Company L.P. - Overland Park KS
International Classification:
H04M 3/42
US Classification:
4554142, 4555751, 370294
Abstract:
A wireless communication system broadcasts using Frequency Modulation (FM) in a Very High Frequency (VHF) band. In the system, base stations exchange wireless communications with user devices including user media requests and the requested media. A control system processes the user media requests to identify media streams for individual base stations. The individual base stations wirelessly broadcast the media streams identified by the control system using FM in the VHF band. The base stations wirelessly notify the user devices of the media stream FM broadcasts.

Contextual Video Voice Message Enhancement

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US Patent:
8428551, Apr 23, 2013
Filed:
Feb 8, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/023286
Inventors:
Mark D. Peden - Olathe KS, US
Raymond Reeves - Olathe KS, US
Simon Youngs - Overland Park KS, US
Piyush Jethwa - Overland Park KS, US
Gary D. Koller - Overland Park KS, US
Assignee:
Sprint Communications Company L.P. - Overland Park KS
International Classification:
H04Q 7/20
US Classification:
455405, 709206, 455413
Abstract:
Methods, systems, and computer-readable media are provided for providing enhanced video voice messages from a first mobile device to a second mobile device. The method comprises providing user preferences from a first mobile device to a video enhancement component. A video voice message is generated at the first mobile device. Additionally, the video voice message is communicated to the video enhancement component. Further, the video voice message is enhanced based on the user preferences from the first mobile device. The enhanced video voice message is then provided to the second mobile device.

Secure Reconfiguration Of Wireless Communication Devices

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US Patent:
8463239, Jun 11, 2013
Filed:
Feb 11, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/025247
Inventors:
Gary Duane Koller - Overland Park KS, US
Mark Douglas Peden - Olathe KS, US
Simon Youngs - Overland Park KS, US
Raymond Emilio Reeves - Olathe KS, US
Piyush Jethwa - Overland Park KS, US
Assignee:
Sprint Communications Company L.P. - Overland Park KS
International Classification:
H04M 1/66
US Classification:
455411, 455410, 455418, 455419, 455420, 455566
Abstract:
What is disclosed is a method of operating a communication system to reconfigure a wireless communication device. The method includes, in the wireless communication device, optically receiving image data. The method also includes processing the image data to display a configuration interface, and receiving an instruction into the configuration interface to reconfigure the wireless communication device.
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