Created On: 2020-07-15
Record Count: 14
- Consumer Electronics
- Electrical & Electronics
- Telecommunications Equip
- Media & Entertainment
- Computers & Office Equipment
- Loud Speakers
IPSCIO Report Record List
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IPSCIO Record ID: 173766
Marks 'NXT' Electronic and electrical apparatus and instruments; loudspeakers; loudspeaker drive units; public address Class 9 systems; display panels for advertising, information and publicity purposes, with integrated or incorporated loudspeakers; display apparatus, having electrical or electronic components; sound reproduction apparatus; sound generation apparatus; acoustic apparatus for reproducing sound; loudspeakers integral to ceiling tiles; loudspeakers incorporated into ceiling tiles; sound reverberation units; noise cancellation apparatus; noise suppression apparatus; audio and video recording and reproducing equipment; amplifiers, tuners, turntables, compact disc players, cassette players, microphones, headphones; digital to analogue converters; magnetic and optical media for or bearing sound recordings; cables and connectors; televisions and video recorders; control units; computers; computer peripheral devices; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods.
Marks 'NXT': Electronic and electrical apparatus and instruments; loudspeakers; loudspeaker drive units; public address Class 9 systems; display panels for advertising, information and publicity purposes, with integrated or incorporated loudspeakers; display apparatus, having electrical or electronic components; sound reproduction apparatus; sound generation apparatus; acoustic apparatus for reproducing sound; loudspeakers integral to ceiling tiles; loudspeakers incorporated into ceiling tiles; sound reverberation units; noise cancellation apparatus; noise suppression apparatus; audio and video recording and reproducing equipment; amplifiers, tuners, turntables, compact disc players, cassette players, microphones, headphones; digital to analogue converters; magnetic and optical media for or bearing sound recordings; cables and connectors; televisions and video recorders; control units; computers; computer peripheral devices; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods.
The rights granted to the Licensee in relation to the 'Field of Use' shall exclude any rights in relation to the following fields of use for flat panel transducer and audio speaker products which rights are governed by the New Cross License:
(A) Aircraft including, but not limited to, all civil and military fixed and rotary wing aircraft of any nature and any other craft capable of sustained flight.
(B) Headsets, headphones, earplugs, earbuds, earmuffs, and all forms of 'on the ear' and 'in the ear' sound generating devices (for the avoidance of doubt, this field shall not include communications handsets such as telephones, cellular telephones, speaker telephones, telephone conferencing, two-way radios, mobile radios, ham radios, CB radios, public telephones, wireless telephones, SMR telephones, answering machines, pagers).
(C) Hearing aids, hearing assistance devices and other devices to assist impaired hearing.
(D) All devices and systems where the sole purpose is reducing, isolating, controlling or attenuating noise or vibration.
IPSCIO Record ID: 2559
Licensed Technology shall mean that unpatented technology relating to the reduction of noise and enhancement of speech by electronic means in headsets owned by or licensed to Licensor.
Headsets: Generics That Apply
US 4,862,506 Issued August, 1989, entitled Monitoring, Testing and Operator Controlling of Active Noise and Vibration Cancellation Systems. It describes a flexible user interface for maintenance and operation of the electronics for noise cancellation. It is in use in the MRI headset product for testing and maintenance. A monitoring capability may be provided integral with or separate from a vibration cancellation system to monitor or display input and output signals and transfer functions as well as spectral waveforms. Testing is performed by monitoring and displaying the input and generating appropriate test signals while further monitoring and displaying the input. The ability to modify the characteristics of the vibration cancellation system is included.
US 5,105,377 Issued April 14, 1992, entitled Digital Virtual Earth (DVE). A digital adaptive feedback control system. Instability is prevented by use of a fixed internal model of the physical system. This approach has been used noise canceling headsets industrial mufflers.
US 5,418,857 Issued May 23, 1995, entitled Active Control System for Noise Shaping. The use of an active control system to control the quality of a sound rather than just try to cancel it. Has applications for sound quality control in automobiles.
US 5,440,642 Issued August 8, 1995, entitled Analog Noise Cancellation System Using Digital Optimization of Variable Parameters. A digital control system is used to adjust the response of an analog noise cancellation system and to control tonal components of the noise. Has application to active ear defenders.
US 5,481,615 Issued Jan 2, 1996, entitled Improved Audio Reproduction System. The use of a combination of active noise control and adaptive equalization to improve an audio system. This has particular use in headsets for hi-fi and for telecommunications.
US 5,652,799 Issued July 29, 1997, entitled Noise Reducing System. A control system for selectively reducing tonal noise without the use of reference signal or tachometer signal. Has application to active headsets where speech or other signals must not be canceled.
US 4,654,871 Issued March 31, 1987, entitled Method and Apparatus for Reducing Repetitive Noise Entering the Ear. It provides for open-backed headsets wherein a repetitive noise signal detected by a microphone at the headset is nulled by the headphone diaphragm in an adaptive manner. A similar approach to provide a noise-free zone at a seat, is described.
US 4,701,952 Issued May 26, 1987, entitled Frequency Attenuation Compensated Pneumatic Headphone and Liquid Tube Audio System for Medical Use. Describes a system for delivering music into a passive headset for MRI patients. Reissued April 27, 1993 as Re. 34,236.
GB 2,172,769 Issued July 6, 1988, entitled Improvements in Acoustic Attenuation. An analog active headset utilizing feedforward control.
GB 2,160,070 Entitled Sound Reproduction System. An analog active headset with a communications input. The communication signal is equalized and mixed with the input and/or output of the feedback control loop. Used in current communications headsets.
GB 2,172,470 Issued January 11, 1989, entitled Improvements Relating to Noise Reduction Arrangements. An analog active headset in which a second microphone is used to adjust the feedback gain automatically so as to prevent instability.
EP 0,212,840 Issued October 23, 1991, entitled Noise Reduction Device. An analog active headset in which the feedback gain is automatically adjusted. The adjustment may performed by a digital controller.
EP 0,232,096 Entitled Acoustic Transducer. A closed-back headset in which the ear cup is vented to improve low frequency performance.
EP 0,192,379 Entitled Improvements Relating to Noise Reduction Arrangements. A closed-back active headset that uses an additional loudspeaker connected to the headset by a tube. The tube acts as an acoustic low pass filter that prevents noise caused by any non-linear distortions of the loudspeaker from reaching the ear.
US 4,953,217 Issued August 28, 1990, entitled Noise Reduction System. An analog active headset that includes a device to reduce the effect of low frequency sound buffeting.
US 5,452,361 Issued September 19, 1995, entitled Reduced VLF Overload Susceptibility Active Noise Cancellation Headset. In an analog feedback headset, an extra microphone is used to detect very low frequency (VLF) sound and subtract it from the feedback signal. This removes the VLF component without the need for extra high pass filtering – which would introduce delay and therefore reduce performance.8 US 5,313,945 Issued May 24, 1994, entitled Active Attenuation System for Medical Patients. Active ear defender for MRI patients in which the sound in the headset is monitored through hollow plastic tubes and anti-noise is supplied to the headset through hollow plastic tubes.
US 5,375,174 Issued December 20, 1993, entitled Remote Siren Headset. An active headset for use in emergency vehicles in which the control system is separated from the headset and communicates remotely. This allows the headset to be more portable, have longer battery life, and allows a single controller to control several headsets.
US 5,604,813 Issued February 18, 1997, entitled Industrial Headset. A communications headset which provides active noise cancellation without interruption of normal communication. A bridge circuit is used to by-pass the ANC circuit as required, and the communications signal is boosted when the ANC system is in operation.
US 5,699,436 Issued December 16, 1997, entitled Hands Free Noise Canceling Headset. The use of the residual microphones in an active noise canceling headset system to pick up the speech of the wearer for use with communication systems.
US 5,815,582 Issued September 29, 1998, entitled Active Plus Selective Headset. The use of an open back headset and a feedforward noise cancellation system to provide comfort and enhanced communications for the user.
EP 0705472 Issued May 10, 2000, entitled Variable Gain Active Noise Cancellation System with Improved Residual Noise Sensing. In an active headset, the error microphone is displaced radially with respect to the loudspeaker so as to measure a sound more closely related to that at the ear. Additional features, such as side perforations, are used to obtain improved and more robust performance.
US 6,069,959 Issued May 30, 2000, entitled Active Headset. Active headset canceling external noise in both the higher and lower frequency ranges while reducing the subjective pressure felt within the ears by the user. A bridge amplifier circuit is used which is user adjustable without reducing the breadth of the given frequency range over which noise reduction is effective.
Patents Pending Under Filed Applications Patents Pending
(268)Headset: Filed September 7, 1995. The use of a dome to cover the front of a loudspeaker in an active headset, thereby obtaining a more consistent acoustic response. This enables higher feedback gain to be used and results in improved cancellation performance.
(272)Noise Cancellation System for Active Headsets: Filed August 18, 1997. An active headset capable of compatibility with existing socket configurations of an external device and capable of powering active noise cancellation circuitry whether or not resident in the active headset.
(617)Cushioned Earphones: Filed March 18, 1998. Use of auxetic foam in headset ear cushions which more readily moulds around irregularities in the shape of the ear and so reduces air leaks.
(618)Headset for Aircraft: Filed March 18, 1998. An active noise reduction
headset for use by aircraft passengers. Each earphone comprises at least two parts, one carried by the headband, the other part connecting both mechanically and electrically to the first part. Components requiring frequent replacement are carried by one part and the other part is available for re-use.
Disclosures for Which Patent Applications are to be Filed 621 A Non-Adaptive Variable Response Active Headset 661 An Active Noise Reduction Earbud
ClearSpeech Technology: Generics That Apply
US 4,423,289 Issued December 27, 1983, entitled Signal Processing Systems. A means for providing an adaptive filter transfer function which can be adjusted to any desired complex form. The filter operates by splitting the signal into frequency bands and modifying the gain in each frequency band. This is the basic structure used in the Adaptive Speech Filter.
US 5,768,473 Issued June 16, 1998, entitled Adaptive Speech Filter. A filter for enhancing noisy speech signals. Provides improvements to a short term spectral amplitude filter to improve performance and simplify real-time implementation. US 6,091,813 Issued July 18, 2000, entitled Acoustic Echo Canceller. A method and apparatus for cancelling acoustic echoes that enhances the hands free operation of audio/video conferencing equipment, wireless and cellular telephones, internet and intranet telephones, etc. The method and apparatus include a novel method for updating the coefficients of an adaptive filter.
US 6,108,610 Issued August 22, 2000, entitled A Method and System for Updating Noise Estimates During Pauses In An Information Signal. A method and system for improving Adaptive Speech Filter estimates of the noise component of complex signals that contain both the information signal and noise. Noise estimates are generated and updated only during pauses in the information signal, thus increasing processing speed and decreasing system memory.
IPSCIO Record ID: 164164
IPSCIO Record ID: 3485
HyperSoundTM is an exclusive technology of the Licensor which puts high quality sound only where the client want it and nowhere else.
The Licensor's HyperSoundâ„¢ or â€œHSSÂ®â€ technology pioneered the practical application of parametric acoustic technology for generating audible sound along a directional ultrasonic column. The Licensor's products are compatible with standard media players and beam sound to target a specific listening area without the ambient noise of traditional speakers. The creation of sound using the Licensor's technology also creates a unique sound image distinct from traditional audio systems. The Licensor is targeting its technology for new uses in consumer markets including computers, video gaming, televisions, home audio, health care and mobile devices.
IPSCIO Record ID: 135799
IPSCIO Record ID: 29004
PureBass technology incorporates a novel acoustic filter system to reduce distortion while increasing the output capabilities relative to conventional woofer systems. It also provides a unique, seamless interface with all upper range satellite speaker systems. PureBass, originally developed to fill the desire for higher quality low frequency devices to match the company's high performance, Stratified FieldÃ† and NeoPlanar? thin-film speaker technologies, offers improved performance with a wide variety of loudspeaker types and applications.
IPSCIO Record ID: 2064
HyperSonic Sound is a new method of sound reproduction sound is generated in the air using ultrasonic frequencies, those above the normal range of hearing. A patent-pending process creates an ultrasonic wave that interacts in mid-air to produce wide spectrum audio. Since traditional loudspeaker system elements such as voice coils, magnets, cones/diaphragms, crossover networks, baffles and speaker enclosures are eliminated, management believes HSS technology offers higher quality sound with less distortion while using less power, space, and weight and at a lower cost.
The Company innovated a proprietary method of tracking persons and objects utilizing Global Positioning System ('GPS') technology. The Company has designed a portable device as a simple solution to (1) finding another person or object or (2) finding a known location. It employs GPS technology but doesn't require complicated longitude/latitude readouts, mapping software or recording and storing of previous locations and movements as used in most portable GPS devices. The Company has produced a proof-of-concept demonstration system.
IPSCIO Record ID: 4777
The Company has the right to grant licenses under certain DVA-owned United States patents relating to the design, manufacture, and sale of optical disc products such as compact discs, CD-ROM discs and video discs.
Disc(s) shall mean any pre-recorded, non-recordable and non-erasable Information Storage Medium in the shape of a disc and having information recorded thereon on one or both sides thereof, which information is recoverable using optical detection means.
Digital Disc(s) shall mean a Disc having pre-recorded thereon digitally encoded information. Digital Discs shall include, but are not limited to, Discs commonly known as Compact Disc Digital Audio Discs or CD Digital Audio Discs, Compact Disc Single Discs or CD Single Discs, and Multi Media Discs.
Compact Disc Digital Audio Disc(s) or CD Digital Audio Disc(s) shall mean a Digital Disc having pre-recorded thereon audio entertainment information. A CD Digital Audio Disc is defined herein according to the definition in a specification entitled Compact Disc Digital Audio System Description published by N.V. Philips Consumer Electronics B.V. and Sony Corporation and commonly referred to as the Red Book. CD Digital Audio Discs shall include, but are not limited to, Digital Discs commonly known as compact discs (CD's) and pre recorded, non-recordable audio mini discs.
Compact Disc Single Disc(s) or CD Single Disc(s) shall mean a CD Digital Audio Disc, either three inches (3') or five inches (5') in diameter, having prerecorded thereon 20 minutes or less of audio entertainment information.
Multi Media Disc(s) shall mean any Digital Disc having recorded thereon computer, database, audio, video, text, graphics and/or player control information. Multi Media Discs shall include, but are not limited to, Digital Discs commonly known as CD-ROM Discs, CD-i Discs, CD-G Discs and CD Digital Video Discs.
Compact Disc Read Only Memory Disc(s) or CD-ROM Disc(s) shall mean a Digital Disc having pre-recorded thereon text files, data files, image files, computer program files, and the like, primarily intended for computer-related, database-related and/or multimedia-related usage. A CD-ROM Disc is defined herein according to the definition in a specification entitled 'Compact Disc Read Only Memory (CD-ROM) System Description published by N.V. Philips Consumer Electronics B.V. and Sony Corporation and commonly referred to as the Yellow Book. CD-ROM Discs include CD-ROM/XA discs and pre recorded data mini discs.
Compact Disc-Interactive Disc(s) or CD-1 Disc(s) shall mean a Digital Disc having pre-recorded thereon audio, video and program control data for interactive use with a human user by means of computer apparatus. A CD-1 Disc is defined herein according to the definition in a specification entitled Compact Disc Interactive Media Full Functional Specification published by N.V. Philips Consumer Electronics B.V. and Sony Corporation and commonly referred to as the Green Book.
Compact Disc-Graphics Disc(s) or CD-G Disc(s) shall mean a Digital Disc having pre-recorded thereon graphics information comprised of discrete still pictures or graphic images having no user perceivable motion.
Compact Disc Digital Video Disc(s) or CD Digital Video Disc(s) shall mean a Digital Disc having pre-recorded thereon information intended to produce visual images having user perceivable motion.
Video Disc(s) shall mean a Disc having pre-recorded thereon any information intended to produce visual images having user perceivable motion, which information is not digitally encoded. Video Discs shall include, but are not limited to, Discs commonly known as laser discs (LD's) and compact disc-video (CD-V) discs.
Manufacturing Apparatus shall mean apparatus for use in the fabrication of Discs, including apparatus used in performing quality assurance procedures and/or testing of Discs.
Manufacturing Processes) shall mean any method or process, including related apparatus, used in the fabrication of Discs, including process steps directed to quality assurance procedures and/or testing of Discs.
DVA Patent(s) shall mean all United States patents owned by DVA as of the effective date of this Agreement, including utility models and design patents, and any United States patents, including utility models and design patents, issuing from pending United States patent applications owned by DVA as of the effective date of this Agreement, directed to Discs and/or any Manufacturing Apparatus and/or any Manufacturing Process, under which patents and patent applications (as well as divisionals, continuations, continuation-in-part applications, reissues, reexaminations and extensions thereof) DVA has, as of the effective date of this Agreement, the right to grant licenses to Licensee of the scope granted herein, provided however that such grant, or the exercise of rights under such grant, will not result in the payment of royalties or other consideration by DVA to third parties (except for payments to Affiliates of DVA and payments to third parties for inventions made by said third parties while employed by DVA or any of its Affiliates). United States patents relating to Discs and/or their manufacture which have issued and are licensable by DVA are set forth in Agreement. DVA shall provide Licensee on at least an annual basis an updated version of Agreement which includes any new patent to be added to Agreement and which indicates the expiration of a previously listed patent by the addition of the letter E following the patent number.
Licensed Patent(s) shall mean those DVA-owned United States patents listed in Agreement of this Agreement, these being the DVA Patent(s) under which Licensee has agreed to take a license. Any DVA Patent(s) listed in Agreement may be added to Agreement and thereby becomes a Licensed Patent by written agreement of the parties.
Hydrodynamic bearing head providing constant spacing – A player for video disc includes a vacuum reading head to read recorded information from a thin, flexible video disc. A rotating turntable provides a fluid cushion bearing to support the disc and the vacuum associated with the transducing head assembly draws the disc toward the head and maintains an optimum head-to-disc spacing.
UNITED STATES US 3,430,966E — TRANSPARENT RECORDING DISC
US 3,518,442E — VIDEO PLAYBACK ASSEMBLY WHEREIN THE RECORD DISC HAS OPTICAL
RECORDING ON BOTH SIDES
US 3,658,954E — DUPLICATING PROCESS FOR VIDEO DISC RECORDS
US 3,687,664E — DUPLICATING PROCESS FOR VIDEO DISC RECORDS
US 3,794,410E — ARTICULATED MIRROR
US 3,829,622E — VIDEO DISC PLAYER WITH VARIABLY BIASED PNEUMATIC HEAD
2 US 3,894,180E — HEAD HEIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM
US 3,908,076E — EXTENDED PLAY VIDEO DISC RECORDING SYSTEM
US 3,908,080E — METHOD OF MAKING AN EXTENDED PLAY VIDEO DISC RECORD
US 3,914,541E — VIDEO DISC PLAYER
US 3,915,576E — METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR CENTERING A CIRCULAR DISC
US 3,924,062E — DISC RECORD WITH SKIPPED STANDARD VIDEO INCREMENTS & CONTINUOUS AUDIO
INCREMENTS & METHOD APPARATUS FOR REPRODUCTION
US 3,947,888E — HYDRODYNAMIC BEARING HEAD PROVIDING CONSTANT SPACING
US 3,954,469E — METHOD OF CREATING A REPLICATING MATRIX
US 3,997,715 — FOCUSING SYSTEM FOR VIDEO DISC PLAYER
US 4,006,294E — TRANSDUCER HEAD ASSEMBLY WITH FLUID BEARING AND HEAD HEIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM
US 4,124,672 — REPLICATION UTILIZING A CASTING PROCESS
US 4,130,620 — METHOD FOR MAKING VIDEO DISCS AND VIDEO DISCS MOLDS
US 4,141,731 — METHOD OF CREATING A REPLICATING MATRIX
US 4,152,586 — OPTICAL TRANSDUCER AND FOCUSING SYSTEM
US 4,161,752 — HIGH DENSITY VIDEO DISC HAVING TWO PIT DEPTHS
US 4,161,753 — VIDEO RECORDING DISC WITH INTERLACING DATA FOR FRAMES ON THE SAME TRACK
US 4,185,955 — APPARATUS FOR REPLACING CENTRALLY APERTURED VIDEO DISC RECORDS
US 4,190,860 — DIGITAL METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR ROTATING AN INFORMATION STORAGE DISC
US 4,204,199 — METHOD AND MEANS FOR ENCODING AND DECODING DIGITAL DATA
US 4,210,931 — VIDEO PLAYER AND/OR RECORDER WITH HARDAMARD TRANSFORM
US 4,211,617 — PROCESS FOR PRODUCING A STAMPER FOR VIDEO DISC PURPOSES
US 4,222,072 — VIDEO PLAYER/RECORDER WITH NON-LINEAR MARK LENGTH MODULATION
US 4,225,873 — RECORDING AND PLAYBACK SYSTEM
UNITED STATES US 4,228,326 — SYSTEM FOR RECORDING INFORMATION ON A ROTATING STORAGE DISC
(cont.) IN SUBSTANTIALLY UNIFORM RECORDING DENSITY
US 4,232,388 — METHOD AND MEANS FOR ENCODING AND DECODING DIGITAL DATA
US 4,241,698 — VACUUM EVAPORATING SYSTEM FOR THE DEPOSITION OF A THIN
EVAPORATED LAYER HAVING A HIGH DEGREE OF UNIFORMITY
US 4,252,327 — VIDEO DISC PLAYER
US 4,256,374 — WRITE AND READ OBJECTIVE LENS FOR HIGH DENSITY STORAGE
US 4,260,360 — METHOD AND MEANS FOR REPLICATING CENTRALLY APERTURED VIDEO DISC RECORDS
US 4,264,911 — OPTICAL RECORDING DISC AND RELATED METHOD OF MANUFACTURE
US 4,274,119 — RECORDING DISC COVER AND PLAYER APPARATUS FOR REMOVING COVER
US 4,286,848 — REPRODUCING OBJECTIVE LENS FOR VIDEO DISCS
US 4,307,381 — METHOD AND MEANS FOR ENCODING AND DECODING DIGITAL DATA
US 4,310,919 — OPTICAL VIDEO DISC STRUCTURE
US 4,313,190 — METHOD FOR MAKING A COMPOSITE VIDEO DISC
US 4,313,191 — RECORDING MEDIUM HAVING A PILOT SIGNAL WITH AN ALIGNED PHASE ANGLE IN ADJACENT TRACKS
US 4,337,538 — DRIVE ASSEMBLY FOR A VIDEO RECORDER-PLAYBACK MACHINE
US 4,339,814 — SPINDLE ASSEMBLY FOR A VIDEO RECORDER-PLAYBACK MACHINE
US 4,340,353 — HOT SPRUE VALUE ASSEMBLY FOR AN INJECTION MOLDING MACHINE
US 4,340,955 — VIDEO DISC PLAYER
US 4,341,469 — LASER SHADOWGRAPH
US 4,345,261 — DIELECTRIC RECORDING MEDIUM
US 4,347,599 — SPINDLE CLAMP ASSEMBLY FOR A VIDEO RECORDER-PLAYER MACHINE
US 4,347,619 — DIGITAL FORMATTING SYSTEM
US 4,353,767 — METHOD OF MANUFACTURING AN OPTICAL READING DISC
US 4,357,533 — FOCUS DETECTOR FOR AN OPTICAL DISC PLAYBACK SYSTEM
US 4,358,774 — APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR CONTROLLING FOCUS IN A RECORDING MEDIUM
US 4,358,802 — FLUID CUSHION TURNTABLE FOR VIDEO DISC PLAYER
US 4,367,545 — VIDEO DISC PLAYER
US 4,368,957 — WIDE APERTURE OBJECTIVE LENS
US 4,372,741 — HOT SPRUE VALUE ASSEMBLY FOR AN INJECTION MOLDING MACHINE
US 4,504,939 — STORAGE MEDIUM TRACK PITCH DETECTOR
US 4,510,536 — SIGNAL CONDITIONING METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR FM CODE SIGNAL
US 4,519,004 — EXTENDED PLAY VIDEO DISC
US 4,524,444 — ANALYZING THE SIGNAL TRANSFER CHARACTERISTICS OF A SIGNAL PROCESSING UNIT
US 4,535,548 — METHOD AND MEANS FOR DRYING COATINGS ON HEAT SENSITIVE MATERIALS
US 4,566,090 — STORAGE MEDIUM TRACK PITCH DETECTOR
US 4,583,210 — METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR STORING AND RETRIEVING INFORMATION
US 4,598,324 — AUDIO EVALUATION UNDER CONTROL OF VIDEO PICTURE FRAME NUMBER
US 4,611,318 — METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR MONITORING THE STORAGE OF INFORMATION ON A STORAGE MEDIUM
US 4,615,753 — VIDEO RECORD DISC AND PROCESS FOR MAKING SAME
US 4,623,837 — AUDIO/VIDEO QUALITY MONITORING SYSTEM
US 4,648,084 — STORAGE MEDIUM TRACK PITCH DETECTOR
US 4,706,133 — METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR RECOVERING INFORMATION FROM A VIDEO DISC
US 4,759,007 — STORAGE MEDIUM TRACK PITCH DETECTOR
US 4,764,915 — METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR RECORDING A MULTIPLEXED SIGNAL ON A RECORD MEDIUM
US 4,796,098 — BANDED AND INTERLEAVED VIDEO DISC FORMAT
US 4,797,752 — BANDED AND INTERLEAVED VIDEO DISC FORMAT
US 4,819,223 — VIDEO RECORD DISC
US 4,893,297 — VIDEO RECORD DISC AND PROCESS FOR MAKING SAME
US 4,980,878 — METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR SCANNING A RECORDING MEDIUM FOR DEFECTS
US 5,001,568 — SIGNAL EVALUATION BY ACCUMULATION AT ONE RATE AND RELEASING AND TESTING AT A SLOWER RATE
US 5,003,526 — SYSTEM FOR RECORDING DIGITAL INFORMATION IN A PULSE-LENGTH MODULATION FORMAT
US 5,018,020 — RECORD DISC FOR STORING SEPARATE VIDEO AND AUDIO INFORMATION
US 5,084,852 — SYSTEM FOR RECORDING DIGITAL INFORMATION IN A PULSE-LENGTH MODULATION FORMAT
US 5,126,990 — A METHOD OF EVALUATING A STORAGE MEDIUM BY RECIRCULATING A TEST SAMPLE OF A SIGNAL
US 5,220,434 — VIDEO RECORDING MEDIUM FOR STOP-MOTION PLAYBACK
US 5,253,244 — SYSTEM FOR RECORDING DIGITAL INFORMATION IN A PULSE-LENGTH MODULATION FORMAT
US RE32,431 — METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR RECOVERING INFORMATION FROM A ROTATABLE STORAGE DISC
IPSCIO Record ID: 27893
IPSCIO Record ID: 322
IPSCIO Record ID: 28740
IPSCIO Record ID: 28350
Licensor has a broad spectrum of patents, trade marks and other intellectual property rights concerning panel loudspeakers and other wide ranging applications, and has rights to sublicense in specific fields the related technologies.
The IPR is All rights identified in the White Book, and the Blue Book together with the Know How and the Software.
The Blue Book and White Book are The publications produced and amended from time to time by Licensor which include in the case of the Blue Book, the trade marks licensed under this Agreement, the manner in which such marks may be used, intellectual property notices, quality control and other relevant information and requirements, and in the case of the White Book, the patents and/or patent applications which are licensed under this Agreement.
IPSCIO Record ID: 28480
Licensed Products shall mean those Ribbon Headsets, Ribbon Noise Canceling Headsets, Ribbon Bluetooth Wireless Headsets, and any and all headsets using the SLS Technology and/or bearing the Licensed Marks.
IPSCIO Record ID: 28432