Royalty Report: Telecommunications Svcs & Equip, Telecommunications Equip, Video – Collection: 153900

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Category: Technology Licenses, Created On: 2022-04-28, Record Count: 8

Description

This collection of transactions and supporting information was developed using our AI algorithm to curate similar royalty reports into a cohesive collection to support your licensing, transfer pricing or other transaction scenarios where documented royalty rates and/or deal terms are important.
Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 8

Primary Industries

  • Telecommunications Svcs & Equip
  • Telecommunications Equip
  • Video
  • Mobile
  • Cellular
  • Wireless
  • Media & Entertainment
  • Broadcasting/Cable TV
  • Transmission
  • Compression
  • Computers & Office Equipment

IPSCIO Report Record List

Below you will find the records curated into this collection.  This summary includes the complete licensed property description so that you can review and determine if this collection covers the topics, technology or transaction type that is relevant for your needs.  The full report will include all relevant deal data such as the royalty base, agreement date, term description, royalty rates and other deal terms.  For reference, here is a sample of a full IPSCIO curated royalty rate report: Sample Report

IPSCIO Record ID: 153900

License Grant
The Korean Licensor hereby grants to Licensee a perpetual, irrevocable, worldwide license to use, make, have made, copy, publish, modify, improve, prepare derivative works based on, market, distribute, lease, and sell the Serial Link Technology.
License Property
Licensor has developed certain Serial Link Technology.  The serial link is a point-to-point, differential, communication interconnect technology, implementable in low-cost, scaleable CMOS process technologies.

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.

Field of Use
This agreement is for use solely in two fields transmitting video information, and an undisclosed field.

IPSCIO Record ID: 203416

License Grant
Licensor grants a worldwide, perpetual, nontransferable license under the PowerStream IP
– 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.
License Property
Licensor is the owner of and is developing certain technologies for communications over various media, including powerlines and copper telephone wire, that are degraded by noise, signal attenuation and/or signal distortion

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.

Field of Use
The Field means transmission products for any portion of the telecommunications network comprised of copper telephone wire between and including the carriers facility and the termination of that wire at the access point at the user premises, including in-building copper telephone wire cable riser applications in multi-tenant units (MTUs) and multi-dwelling buildings (MDUs). Other in-building applications are not included in the Field.

IPSCIO Record ID: 218773

License Grant
Licensor grants to Licensee of Japan a non-exclusive, worldwide license under the Licensed Patents to make, have made, import, use, sell, lease and/or otherwise distribute Covered Subscriber Units and Covered Infrastructure Units.
License Property
Licensed Patents means every issued patent derived from a patent application which bears a first effective filing date on or before February 28, 2002 and owned at any time by ITC or its Affiliates or for which ITC has the right to grant the licenses conveyed hereunder, (including utility models but excluding design patents and design registrations) in any country of the world, which covers the manufacture, use, sale or lease of Subscriber Units and/or Infrastructure Equipment for use in TDMA based digital wireless telecommunications systems.

Covered Subscriber Units means Subscriber Units that are built to operate in accordance with one or more Covered Standards.

Covered Infrastructure Unit means Infrastructure Equipment that is designed to operate in accordance with a Covered Standard.

Cellular Unit means a Covered Subscriber Unit other than a PCS/PHS Unit or Wireless Local Loop Subscriber Unit.

TDMA' means time division multiple access.

Modem For RF Subscriber Telephone System – 4,644,561

Subscriber RF Telephone System For Providing Multiple Speech And/Or Data Signals Simultaneously Over Either A Single Or A Plurality of RF Channels – 4,675,863

Frequency Synthesizer For Broadcast Telephone System Having Multiple Assignable Frequency Channels – 4,785,260

Subscriber Unit For Wireless Digital Telephone System – 4,825,448

Field of Use
This agreement is for the telecommunications industry.

IPSCIO Record ID: 332216

License Grant
Licensor grants to Licensee a personal, nontransferable worldwide and nonexclusive license under Licensors Intellectual Property
(a) to make and have made, import, use and sell, lease or otherwise dispose of Complete CDMA Telephones solely for Wireless Local Loop Applications,
(b) to make and have made, import, use and sell, lease or otherwise dispose of CDMA Modem Cards solely for Wireless Applications, and
(c) to make and have made Components provided such Components have been exclusively designed by Licensee and which design is owned and used exclusively by Licensee and import, use and sell, lease and otherwise dispose of Components but only if such Components are included as part of and within complete Subscriber Units Sold by Licensee.
License Property
Licensor has developed certain proprietary Code Division Multiple Access('CDMA') technology which may be useful in providing greater capacity and improved quality and reliability compared to other cellular telephone technologies.

CDMA Applications means all communication applications, regardless of the transmission medium, which operate using code division multiple access (CDMA) technology, whether or not based on IS-95, cdma2000 or W-CDMA, and irrespective of frequency band.

IS-95 Related Systems means IS-95 and any single carrier system with a spreading bandwidth not greater than 1.25 Mhz and based on or derived from IS-95.

Licensors Intellectual Property' means Licensors Technically Necessary IPR and Licensors Included Commercially Necessary IPR and InterDigitals Patents; provided that, notwithstanding the foregoing, the term Licensors Intellectual Property' shall not include any intellectual property, including but not limited to patents, owned by SnapTrack, Inc.

Field of Use
Licensee desires to obtain a license of Licensor's Intellectual Property to manufacture and sell Subscriber Units and to purchase certain components and equipment from time to time under regular purchase orders.

The field of use is digital spread spectrum communications as applied to the telecommunications industry.

IPSCIO Record ID: 28805

License Grant
Licensor grants the worldwide, exclusive right and license under the Patents to make, have made, use, offer or sell products or services covered by the Patents, including the exclusive right to grant sublicenses, to sue for and collect past and future damages and to seek and obtain injunctive or any other relief for infringement of the Patents.

Immediately after execution of this Agreement, Licensee shall grant to Licensor a royalty-free, world-wide, non-exclusive and non-transferable sublicense to make, use and sell its own products using the patented inventions.

License Property
The included patents are 6,061,475; 6,005,638; 5,838,266; 5,140,412; 4,914,508; 4,857,993; 4,849,807; 4,847,677; 4,843,466;
4,816,901.

IPSCIO Record ID: 1341

License Grant
The Licensor filed a consolidated patent infringement suit against the Licensee in fiscal 2010 and after a nearly three week trial that ended October 6, 2011, the jury reached a partial verdict involving two out of the six patents.

The Court determined that one of the patents (U.S. Patent 7,058,150) [the ‘150 patent] had been infringed by the Licensee, and the jury rendered an advisory verdict to the Court that the ‘150 patent is not invalid, and awarded approximately $0.4 million in damages related to that patent.

The jury reached a unanimous verdict of non-infringement on another patent relating to the Licensees Fibre Channel switch products.

A mistrial was declared on the remaining four patents for which no unanimous verdict was reached. Subsequent to the trial, the Court issued orders consistent with the advisory verdicts of invalidity, and also issued an order that one of the four remaining patents (U.S. Patent 7,471,691) [the'691 patent] had been infringed by us.

On April 4, 2012, we filed a notice of appeal with respect to the ‘150 patent and the ‘691 patent infringement findings.

On March 16, 2012, the Court issued a decision concerning injunctive relief for the ‘150 and the ‘691 patents.

The decision provided, in part, for a sunset period of 18 months relating to the ‘150 patent, starting on October 12, 2011.

The sunset period allows the Licensee to sell the affected products to existing customers for specific customer devices, subject to limitations relating to when the products had been qualified and when certain firm orders had been placed.

The decision further provided for a sunset period of 18 months relating to the ‘691 patent, starting on December 16, 2011.

License Property
The affected products for the ‘150 patent include the BE2, BE3, XE201, and SOC 442 ASICs, products containing them, and products not colorably different from them.

The affected products for the ‘691 patent include the SOC 320, SOC 422, and SOC 442 ASICs, products containing them, and products not colorably different from them.

The decision further provided for Licensee to pay a royalty on all sales of such products made during The sunset period. The decision also clarified that foreign sales (outside the U.S.) are beyond the scope of the suit.

IPSCIO Record ID: 27255

License Grant
The Company grants to Licensee an exclusive worldwide licensee of the technology developed by GTRI in conjunction with the TRAVERSERTM product line.
License Property
TRAVERSERTM Digital Video Data Delivery System. TRAVERSERTM product line is designed to provide a cost-effective solution for high-speed digital data transmission over the installed twisted pair, copper wire infrastructure, and an alternative to cable access television (CATV) as well as direct broadcast satellite services (DBS).
Field of Use
A Field of Use shall mean
i. delivery and/or distribution of compressed digital video streams (such as MPEG-2), audio streams, data (such as Internet) or telephony; and

ii. control and/or management of systems delivering and/or distributing digital video streams (such as MPEG-2), audio systems, data (such as Internet) or telephony.

IPSCIO Record ID: 5676

License Grant
The Company entered into the Settlement Agreement and a Patent Cross License Agreement on sales of certain of the Company’s wireless LAN products.
License Property
The agreement addresses claims for alleged infringement of Symbol's US Patents 5,029,183 (the ''183 Patent'), 5,103,461 (the ''461 Patent'), 5,479,441 (the ''441 Patent') and 5,668,803 (the ''803 Patent').
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