Jasinder P. Singh

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Jasinder P. Singh is a prolific inventor from India and works at T Mobile as Principal System Architect. He holds the record of 7th most patents awarded to a person of Indian origin.

He has previously worked at Sprint and Wireless facilities and graduated from NIT, Jalandhar. He is based in USA currently.

Record held:

  • 7th most patents awarded to a person of Indian origin (see complete list)

Patents: 333
Associated: T Mobile / Sprint Corporation (merged in 2020)
First patent: 2010
Education:
Bachelor's degree in Electronics & Telecommunications from National Institute of Technology, Jalandhar in 1995.

He is a notable employee of T Mobile / Sprint Corporation.

Background of Jasinder Singh

Jasinder Singh completed his Bachelor's degree in Electronics & Telecommunications from National Institute of Technology (NIT), Jalandhar in 1995 and following this, we moved to USA in 2000.

Following it, his career path were as follows:

  • 2000 to 2005: Telecom Design Engineer in Wireless Facilities
  • 2005 to 2020: Telecom Consultant in Sprint
  • 2020 - till date: Principal System Architect in T-Mobile (merged with Sprint)

His acheivements:

  • Led the Traffic management group which enabled Clearwire's TD LTE network to interwork with Sprint's FD LTE network.
  • Innovation Award by Sprint in 2013.

Patents by Jasinder Pal Singh

Jasinder Pal Singh has over 333 patents issued in his name and with this, he has the record of the 7th most patents awarded to a person of Indian origin.

His first patent was in 2010 while he was a Telecom Consultant in Sprint.

Some example patents by Jasinder Singh:

  • Systems and methods for scheduling high power wireless devices for resource allocation
  • Coordinated multipoint mode selection for relay base station
  • Segregating UEs among carriers to help facilitate operation in lean-carrier mode
  • Method and system for scanning for target coverage in order of signal strength threshold
  • Controlling TTI bundling based on whether device provides wireless relay backhaul connectivity
  • Method and system for coordinated transmission with use of neighboring base station scheduling policy
  • Systems and methods for providing system-acquisition parameters on standardized frequencies
  • Dynamic modulation and transport block size selection based on retransmission frequency
  • Enhanced access class barring mechanism in LTE
  • Control of paging based on whether most recent serving base station is a relay base station
  • Method and system for use of operating temperature as basis to control handover
  • Network controller management of UE context records

With this article at OpenGenus, you must have a strong idea of contributions by Jasinder Singh and his journey.