Royalty Report: Telecommunications Svcs & Equip, Telecommunications Equip – Collection: 2001


Curated Royalty Rate Report
Created On: 2020-07-15, Record Count: 3


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Created On: 2020-07-15
Record Count: 3

Primary Industries

  • Telecommunications Svcs & Equip
  • Telecommunications Equip

IPSCIO Report Record List

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IPSCIO Record ID: 2001

License Grant
The Company purchased a license for the SPS technology.  The license entitles the Company to use certain intellectual property rights.  This right to use includes any patents associated with the technology along with the current preferred embodiment of the patent.
License Property
SPS is a technology developed to exploit the convergence of telecommunications and data transmission methods.
Field of Use
The Company plans to integrate the SPS technology into a subsidiary's product lines and to develop other adaptations to further expand the product capabilities of the Subsidiary.

IPSCIO Record ID: 2448

License Grant
The agreement grants perpetual, worldwide, nonexclusive rights and is a result of a merger where the inventor's company is merging with a larger company.
License Property
The technology being licensed is proprietary electro-resistive magnetic resonance conversion (EMRC) technology.  This is to be used as a broad based inter-operable communications layer based, in part, on Code Division Multiple Access or CDMA.   In general terms, the EMRC technology is designed to (a) permit the transmission of voice, data and other signals on existing power lines and (b) address the so called 'last mile' problem, which is believed to be a primary obstacle to the delivery of advanced telecommunications capabilities to end users.  Current satellite and other technologies allow for the worldwide transmission of voice, video and data signals to a central receiving site.  The 'last mile' problem is that of transmitting the signals from the central receiving site to the homes, businesses and other locations of consumers.

IPSCIO Record ID: 27272

License Grant
Under the TDMA/Deionization CDMA Development and Technical Assistance Agreement, Licensee of Germany will have an exclusive license of the Company's Know-how associated with the B-CDMA ASIC chip, with a two year exclusive of certain other B-CDMA technology.
License Property
Intellectual property relates to its Broadband-Code Division Multiple Access (B-CDMA) digital wireless telecommunications technology for voice and data communications.
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