US Patent No. 10,306,693

SERVICE COMMUNICATION METHOD, TERMINAL AND NETWORK DEVICE


Patent No. 10,306,693
Issue Date May 28, 2019
Title Service Communication Method, Terminal And Network Device
Inventorship Hai Tang, Dongguan (CN)
Yuanqing Zeng, Dongguan (CN)
Assignee GUANGDONG OPPO MOBILE TELECOMMUNICATIONS CORP., LTD., Dongguan, Guangdong ...

Claim of US Patent No. 10,306,693

1. A service communication method, in which multiple Radio Access Technologies (RATs) are used, the method comprising:receiving, by a terminal, network capabilities of the multiple RATs;
acquiring, by the terminal, location information of the terminal and a predicted route of the location information from a network device, and calculating, by the terminal, a network condition according to the location information and a change of the location information, and predicting, by the terminal, a change state of the network condition according to the predicted route of the location information of the terminal;
selecting, by the terminal, at least two RATs from the multiple RATs for a service of the terminal according to the network capabilities; and
performing, by the terminal, communication of the service by using the at least two RATs,
wherein when the terminal is in a moving state, the selecting at least two RATs from the multiple RATs for a service of the terminal according to the network capabilities comprises:
selecting the at least two RATs for the service according to the network capabilities, a service requirement of the service, a characteristic of the terminal, the network condition of the terminal and the change state of the network condition;
wherein the selecting at least two RATs from the multiple RATs for a service of the terminal according to the network capabilities comprises:
making statistics on energy consumption rates of the multiple RATs; and selecting the at least two RATs from the multiple RATs according to the network capabilities and the energy consumption rates;
wherein the energy consumption rate comprises: energy consumption rate at radio frequency and intermediate frequency and energy consumption rate by digital signal processing.