Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 5
- Telecommunications Svcs & Equip
- Technical Know How
- Telecommunications Equip
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IPSCIO Record ID: 110642
The Company's objective is to provide a new generation of intelligent and flexible communications platforms designed to allow customers to combine their current voice, data and video networks (TI, H.320, H.323, DS3, RS.232, V.35, Ethernet, etc.) into a single communications network, which would also enable them to upgrade their communications into the latest generation of high-speed communication technologies (SONET/SDH, ATM, Fast Ethernet, IP switching, etc.) while using a single network management system.
IPSCIO Record ID: 29902
IPSCIO Record ID: 203416
– to make, use, create, develop, sell, offer to sell, rent, lease, distribute, market, commercialize, export and/or import Products anywhere in or throughout the world;
– to have Products made, used, created, developed, sold, offered for sale, rented, leased, distributed, marketed, commercialized, exported and/or imported anywhere in or throughout the world, provided that Licensee may not have Products made, created or developed by a Competitor of Licensor without Licensors prior written consent; and
– to grant sublicenses, which may authorize further sublicensing through one or more layers of sublicensees, to third parties, provided that Licensee may not grant such sublicenses to a Competitor of Licensor without Licensors prior written consent.
Powerstream Technology means Licensors high speed powerline technology, which includes a synchronizer, a digital equalizer, a modulator/demodulator, a forward error correction encoder/decoder, an error detection encoder/decoder, physical layer management, segmentation and reassembly, link protocol, quality of service, and applicable interfaces.
MWB Technology means that multiple wideband, high speed communications technology being jointly developed by Licensor and Licensee, a High-Data-Rate Long Distance Communications for Noisy and Attenuated Media such as VDSL, rev. 1.00, and which will be further developed jointly by Licensor and Licensee pursuant to this Agreement.
Products means products that are designed for use only in the Field implementing the PowerStream Technology and/or MWB Technology and that, but for the provisions of this Agreement, would infringe the PowerStream IP and/or MWB IP.
The patents are for Power Line Communication System, Method and Apparatus for Data Encoding and Communication Over Noisy Media, Reconfigurable On-Demand Telephone and Data Line System, Wideband Communication System Using Delay Line Clock Multiplier, Token Passing Arrangement For Power Line Communication System, Digital Equalization Process and Mechanism, and, Error Correction Process and Mechanism.
IPSCIO Record ID: 2189
The UMC 1000 consists of a variety of multi-service access platforms with integrated optics and intelligent customer premises equipment. The platform utilizes a hybrid asynchronous transfer mode/time division multiplexing (ATM/TDM) architecture which provides a variety of loop interfaces for narrowband analog and digital services including plain old telephone service (POTS), integrated services digital network (ISDN), 1.544/2.048 million bits per second point-to-point dedicated digital circuit (T-1/E-1), high bit rate digital subscriber line (HDSL/HDSL2), and asymmetric digital subscriber line (ADSL) services.
This platform also enables the delivery of broadband digital subscriber line (DSL) technologies including discrete multitone (G.DMT), ADSL, G.Lite, HDSL, HDSL2, symmetrical digital subscriber line (SDSL), and very high data rate digital subscriber line (VDSL) (collectively referred to as 'xDSL') services to end users not served directly from a central office. These services are supported over various feeder transmission technologies including copper, fiber, and wireless. We also design and manufacture environmentally hardened outside plant cabinets and technology ranging from 48 to 2,000 lines, as well as indoor cabinets ranging from 48 to 480 lines. We believe we were the first vendor to ship ADSL modules that integrate ADSL circuits, POTS circuits, and splitters onto a single ADSL x+y(TM) line card for environmentally hardened multi-service access systems.
IPSCIO Record ID: 153900
Serial link technology is the basis for the physical layer, which performs the electrical signalling, in several data communication protocols, including Ethernet, Fibre Channel and Asynchronous Transfer Mode. This technology converts data into into a serial stream that is transmitted sequentially at a constant rate and then reconstituted into its original form. Our high-speed serial link technology includes a number of proprietary elements designed to address the significant challenge of ensuring that the data sent to the display can be accurately recovered after it has been separated and transmitted in serial streams over three separate wires. These include proprietary oversampling techniques to reduce errors in distinguishing data from noise and parallel data recovery algorithms to recover data from the serial streams. In order to enable the display to recognize this data at the proper time and rate, our digital serial link technology uses a digital phase-locked loop combined with a unique phase detecting and tracking method in order to monitor the timing of the data. These circuit techniques allow for mostly digital implementation of a high speed serial link that can be manufactured using standard CMOS processes. We can readily apply our high-speed serial link technology to all three types of serial transmission methods currently used in communications systems synchronous, asynchronous, and plesiochronous.