Charles I. Cook spends much of his time researching Electronic engineering, Wireless, Multimedia, Electrical engineering and Telecommunications. His studies deal with areas such as Electrical network and Mobile device as well as Electronic engineering. His work on Network access point as part of general Wireless study is frequently linked to Digital camera, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Charles I. Cook combines subjects such as Data file and On the fly with his study of Multimedia. The Electrical engineering study combines topics in areas such as Network interface and Network interface device. His Telecommunications study incorporates themes from Port, Video on demand and Computer network.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Computer network, Wireless, Telecommunications, Electrical engineering and Wireless network. His study in Computer network is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Wireless distribution system and Network Access Device. His work in Wireless addresses issues such as Network packet, which are connected to fields such as Network access point and Communications system.
His studies examine the connections between Electrical engineering and genetics, as well as such issues in Electronic engineering, with regards to Computer hardware. His Wireless network research integrates issues from Backhaul and Digital subscriber line. His Cellular network research includes elements of Routing and Voice over IP.
Charles I. Cook mainly investigates Computer network, Service provider, Default gateway, Computing systems and Interface. In his research, Charles I. Cook performs multidisciplinary study on Computer network and Set. In the field of Service provider, his study on Service level objective, Service level requirement and Customer Service Assurance overlaps with subjects such as Medicine and Spoofing attack.
His Default gateway study combines topics in areas such as Software-defined networking, Virtual network, Network switch, Host and Residential gateway. His Interface research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Application programming interface, Roaming, Telemetry, User device and Network Access Device. His Cellular network study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Routing, Software and Handset.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Computer network, Interconnection, Gateway, Set and Network Functions Virtualization. His Computer network study frequently links to other fields, such as Distributed computing. His work carried out in the field of H.248 brings together such families of science as Residential gateway, Gateway address, Network switch and Host.
His studies in Gateway address integrate themes in fields like Virtual network and Software-defined networking. Customer Service Assurance is a primary field of his research addressed under Service provider. His Internet of Things studies intersect with other subjects such as Range, Control, Self-organizing network and Computing systems.
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System and method for dynamic distributed communication
Angus O. Dougherty;Donald L. Hohnstein;Charles I. Cook;Guy M. Wells.
Networked content storage
Steven Casey;Charles Cook;Michael Sprenger;Steve Goeringer.
Power supply for a light pole mounted wireless antenna
Donald L. Hohnstein;Charles I. Cook;Guy M. Wells;Angus O. Dougherty.
Antenna Installation Apparatus and Method
Charles I. Cook.
Network based format conversion
Steven M. Casey;Charles I. Cook;Michael D. Sprenger;Steve Goeringer.
Wireless imaging device and system
Charles I. Cook.
Telecommunications system with multi-extension services
Angus O. Dougherty;Charles I. Cook;David G. Robinson;Giuliana Pritchard.
Personal broadcast channels
Steven Casey;Charles Cook;Michael Sprenger;Steven Goeringer.
Methods and systems for providing video on demand
Charles I Cook;Bruce A Phillips;Kurt A Campbell;Donald L Brodigan.
Environmentally-controlled network interface device and methods
Charles I. Cook.
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