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Technical Leader At Cisco

Position:
Technical Leader at Cisco
Location:
San Francisco Bay Area
Industry:
Computer Networking
Work:
Cisco
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Hoke Johnson

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Method And Apparatus For Scheduling Access To A Csma Communication Medium Of A Node Having Arbitration Circuit

US Patent:
5359320, Oct 25, 1994
Filed:
Jan 22, 1992
Appl. No.:
7/825282
Inventors:
David H. Jaffe - Belmont CA
Hoke S. Johnson - Monte Sereno CA
Chris W. Eidler - Morgan Hill CA
Assignee:
MTI Technology Corporation - Anaheim CA
International Classification:
H04Q 300
US Classification:
3408255
Abstract:
A scheduling mechanism is provided for controlling when the arbitration circuit of a node sharing a CSMA communication medium is to start CSMA arbitration for access to the communication medium once the node has a message ready for transmission, the scheduling mechanism delaying the arbitration circuit from seeking access if total transmission activity on the communication medium exceeds a total use threshold value and transmission activity of the node exceeds a local use threshold value, and otherwise permitting the arbitration circuit to seek access to the communication medium by arbitration in accordance with a priority value assigned to the node.

Method And Apparatus For Scheduling Access To A Csma Communication Medium

US Patent:
5175537, Dec 29, 1992
Filed:
Nov 23, 1990
Appl. No.:
7/617218
Inventors:
David H. Jaffe - Belmont CA
Hoke S. Johnson - Monte Sereno CA
Chris W. Eidler - Morgan Hill CA
Assignee:
Micro Technology, Inc. - Anaheim CA
International Classification:
H04M 1500
US Classification:
3408255
Abstract:
A scheduling mechanism is provided for controlling when the arbitration circuit of a node sharing a CSMA communication medium is to start CSMA arbitration for access to the communication medium once the node has a message ready for transmission, the scheduling mechanism delaying the arbitration circuit from seeking access if total transmission activity on the communication medium exceeds a total use threshold value and transmission activity of the node exceeds a local use threshold value, and otherwise permitting the arbitration circuit to seek access to the communication medium by arbitration in accordance with a priority value assigned to the node.

Method And Apparatus For Scheduling Access To A Csma Communication Medium

US Patent:
5361063, Nov 1, 1994
Filed:
Oct 21, 1992
Appl. No.:
7/964204
Inventors:
David H. Jaffe - Belmont CA
Hoke S. Johnson III - Monte Sereno CA
Chris W. Eidler - Morgan Hill CA
Assignee:
MTI Technology Corporation - Anaheim CA
International Classification:
H04Q 500
US Classification:
3408255
Abstract:
A scheduling mechanism is provided for controlling when the arbitration circuit of a node sharing a CSMA communication medium is to start CSMA arbitration for access to the communication medium once the node has a message ready for transmission, the scheduling mechanism delaying the arbitration circuit from seeking access if total transmission activity on the communication medium exceeds a total use threshold value and transmission activity of the node exceeds a local use threshold value, and otherwise permitting the arbitration circuit to seek access to the communication medium by arbitration in accordance with a priority value assigned to the node.

Method And Apparatus For Scheduling Access To A Csma Communication Medium

US Patent:
5485147, Jan 16, 1996
Filed:
Apr 7, 1994
Appl. No.:
8/224249
Inventors:
David H. Jaffe - Belmont CA
Hoke S. Johnson - Monte Sereno CA
Chris W. Eidler - Morgan Hill CA
Assignee:
MTI Technology Corporation - Anaheim CA
International Classification:
H04Q 300
US Classification:
3408255
Abstract:
A scheduling mechanism is provided for controlling when the arbitration circuit of a node sharing a CSMA communication medium is to start CSMA arbitration for access to the communication medium once the node has a message ready for transmission, the scheduling mechanism delaying the arbitration circuit from seeking access if total transmission activity on the communication medium exceeds a total use threshold value and transmission activity of the node exceeds a local use threshold value, and otherwise permitting the arbitration circuit to seek access to the communication medium by arbitration in accordance with a priority value assigned to the node.

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