Royalty Report: Telecommunications Svcs & Equip, Telecommunications Equip, Consumer Electronics – Collection: 26913


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Category: Technology Licenses, Created On: 2022-04-28, Record Count: 7


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Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 7

Primary Industries

  • Telecommunications Svcs & Equip
  • Telecommunications Equip
  • Consumer Electronics
  • Internet
  • Wireless
  • GPS

IPSCIO Report Record List

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IPSCIO Record ID: 26913

License Grant
The Company entered into the Channel Lease Agreement to lease from the Licensor, government organization, for the use of a portion of three (6 MHz) ITFS channels (a total of 18 MHz) located on seven different tower locations (a total of 126 MHz), with an option to utilize one additional 6 MHz ITFS channel also located on each of the seven tower locations when the Department obtains the necessary FCC approvals for such channels.
Field of Use
The field of use apply to the wireless cable market.

IPSCIO Record ID: 27863

License Grant
The Canadian Purchaser and Canadian Vendor will use their commercially reasonable best efforts to enter into a license Agreement with respect to the intellectual property related to the 900 MHz Product Line, pursuant to which the Purchaser will receive a transferable, perpetual, exclusive, worldwide license from the Vendor to utilize the existing intellectual property, which is owned by, or Licensed by its Affiliates to, the Vendor in the 900 MHz Product Line, and in the support, repair, development, improvement, manufacture, use, licensing (at any level) sale and lease thereof; and to incorporate such intellectual property into derivative products and utilize such intellectual property in the support, repair, development, improvement, manufacture, use, licensing (at any level) sale and lease thereof. The Purchaser will add the 900 MHz Product Line to its offering to its customers worldwide.
License Property
A family of 900 MHz products related to last mile solutions for non-line-of-sight, fixed and mobile wireless that include a wide range of line-of-sight and non-line-of-sight products for wireless broadband applications and solutions in mesh networks
Field of Use
The rights granted apply to wireless broadband applications and solutions in mesh networks.

IPSCIO Record ID: 27827

License Grant
The Company entered into an Agreement with the Licensee, for the supply of the services and equipment required to set up reception bases for road-side assistance, towing services and the Locations Based Solution systems.
License Property
The use of our Locations Based Solution Systems is subject to regulatory approvals of government agencies in each of the countries in which the systems are operated, including the State of Israel. We thus obtained in 2001 a regulatory acceptance from the FCC for our vehicular end-unit device (RMU) and for our SVR receiving base station. Our operators typically must obtain authorization from each country in which these systems are installed.

IPSCIO Record ID: 4045

License Grant
The Licensor, a leading provider of wireless messaging in the United States, announced an alliance with a second and third company to provide meter-monitoring services over a narrow-band PCS network.

The Licensor agreed to sell one of its FCC Licenses and to provide tower space and other custom network services to Company #2.  On August 29, 2005, the FCC approved the License sale. Closing occurred on October 12, 2005.  On June 2, 2006, Company #3 acquired substantially all of the assets and assumed certain liabilities of Company #2.

IPSCIO Record ID: 355

License Grant
Licensor grants the Licensee a worldwide non-exclusive License to make, use, offer to sell, sell, and import geolocation equipment under the patents and patent applications and under all geolocation patents which may issue at any time as a result of any patent application filed by the Licensor within one year of January 16, 2004, including all divisionals, reissues, continuations in part, continuations, and foreign counterparts of such patents. The Licensee shall have no right to sub-License, except that Licensee may subLicense its carrier end user customers to facilitate their operation of E-911 hardware or systems they purchase from Licensee.
License Property
6,184,829 B1

Calibration for Wireless Location System

6,266,013 B1

Architecture for a Signal Collection System of a Wireless Location System


Bandwidth Synthesis for a Wireless Location System

6,172,644 B1

Emergency Location Method for a Wireless Location System


Method for Improving the Accuracy of a Wireless Location System


Directed Retry Method for Use in a Wireless Location System
6,281,834 B1

Calibration for Wireless Location System

6,351,235 B1

Method and System for Synchronizing Receiver Systems of a Wireless Location System

6,317,081 B1

Internal Calibration Method for Receiver System of a Wireless Location System

6,388,618 B1

Signal Collection System for a Wireless Location System

6,317,604 B1

Centralized Database System for a Wireless Location System

6,285,321 B1

Station Based Processing Method for a Wireless Location System

6,400,320 B1

Antenna Selection Method for a Wireless Location System

6,492,944 B1

Internal Calibration Method for Receiver System of a Wireless Location System

6,463,290 B1

Mobile-assisted network based techniques for improving accuracy of wireless location system

6,519,465 B2

Modified transmission method for improving accuracy for E-911 calls

IPSCIO Record ID: 6651

License Grant
There is a Wireless spectrum lease.

We intend to work with network partners who are interested in funding the deployment of shared mobile WiMAX networks that operate on our Licensed spectrum and utilize network and device equipment which incorporate our products and technologies. Potential network partners include wireless service providers, cable operators, Internet service providers, and content distributors.

License Property
We are an early-stage wireless technology company engaged in the development of next-generation mobile broadband and wireless multimedia products, technologies and services. We expect that mobile WiMAX, a wireless broadband system utilizing a cellular architecture to deliver fully mobile and high quality fixed voice and data services, will play a major role in enabling the widespread delivery of mobile broadband services.
Field of Use
The rights granted apply to the wireless technology industry.

IPSCIO Record ID: 6472

License Grant
On April 7, 1998, the Ministry of Communications granted Licensee a general License to establish and operate a mobile telecommunications network in Israel for a period, following an amendment to the License in June 2002, of 20 years from February 1, 2002.  In the December 2001 spectrum auction in Israel, Licensee was awarded additional spectrum (GSM 1800 MHz spectrum and UMTS third-generation 1900 MHz and 2100 MHz spectrum). The License was amended to include the terms relevant to the additional spectrum.
License Property
No person, other than the State of Israel, may provide public telecommunications services in Israel without a License issued by the Ministry of Communications.
Field of Use
The License also requires Licensee to interconnect its mobile telephone network to other telecommunications networks operating in Israel, including that of Bezeq, the other mobile telecommunications operators and the international telecommunications operators in Israel. Conversely, Licensee must allow other telecommunications operators to interconnect to its network.
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