Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 6
- Telecommunications Svcs & Equip
- Telecommunications Equip
- Consumer Electronics
IPSCIO Report Record List
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IPSCIO Record ID: 314943
U.S. 7,486,929 – Processor-controlled variable gain cellular network amplifiers with oscillation detection circuit
U.S. 7,221,967 -Enhanced gain selected cell phone booster system
Licensed Product means an End User Device that is branded primarily with a brand owned by or licensed to Licensee and/or its Affiliates and includes various Uniden Cellular Boosters.
Licensor is a manufacturer of cellular signal booster technology. These cellular boosters resolve dropped calls, undelivered email and text messages, and slow data and streaming from your cellular devices at home, at work or in your vehicle.
Licensee is a global developer of a vehicle mounted, cellular based communications platform over advanced 4G mobile networks. These devices are specifically designed for professional vehicles such as trucks, vans, buses, emergency service vehicles, government cars and more.
IPSCIO Record ID: 30624
IPSCIO Record ID: 6458
6,044,257 United States March 28, 2000 Panic Button Phone
6,636,732 United States October 21,2003 Emergency Phone with Single Button Activation
6,226,510 United States May 1, 2001 Emergency Phone for Automatically Summoning Multiple Emergency Response Services
7,092,695 United States August 15, 2006 Emergency Phone with Alternate Number Calling Capability
7,251,471 United States July 31, 2007 Emergency Phone with Single Button Activation
IPSCIO Record ID: 5428
IPSCIO Record ID: 367832
Licensor grants to Licensee, subject to the limitations of this License Agreement, an exclusive, royalty-free license, coterminous with the license of Section 1, without any right to sub-license, to use the Licensed Trademarks only in connection with the manufacture, sale and service of the Product within the Territory, in each case only for Qualified Uses and only as the Product is permitted to be manufactured, sold and serviced in conformity with the license granted.
Stirling Cycle Cryocooler with Optimized Cold EndmDesign
Productâ€ means STIâ€™s proprietary, cryogenic front-end receiver product to improve the performance of base stations in wireless telecommunication networks, more fully described as follows
The filter is made using high temperature superconductor material, and because of the proprieties of this material, the filter can select frequencies to pass that are only slightly different than the frequencies that are rejected. This selectivity allows for example 849MHz to pass the filter, but 851MHz to be rejected, so that less than one millionth of the power leaks through the filter at that frequency.
The amplifier is a cryogenically-cooled, low-noise radio-frequency amplifier. All amplifiers add some electronic noise to the signal that is amplified, but because the Productâ€™s amplifier is cooled to -320F, the electronic noise that it adds to the desired signal is minimized.
The Productâ€™s use is limited to serving cellular base stations. Typically cellular base stations use six separate antennas to receive the signals for cell phones, so each unit of the Product has six filters and six amplifiers.
The filters and amplifiers are mounted in a small enclosure (called a micro-enclosure) which is then placed inside a larger enclosure (called a dewar). The dewar is then evacuated to provide thermal isolation between the cryo-cooled micro-enclosure and the ambient environment. A cooler is then attached to the dewar to achieve the low temperatures necessary for the high temperature superconductor to work. A control board is added to monitor and control the functions of the unit.
The Product will have each of two specific forms
1) For use in the 850MHz CDMA cellular network, the only variation in the Product from that heretofore implemented in the United States is an optimization of the filter (China uses only a sub-set of the frequencies used by the United States so an optimum design would narrow the filter used in STIâ€™s SuperLink product), and a minor modification of the power supply.
2) For use in the TD-SCDMA network that is planned to operate in the 2,000MHz band, the only variation in the Product from that heretofore implemented in the United States is a modification to operate at 2,000MHz
IPSCIO Record ID: 215230
The parties have agreed upon a settlement of the dispute, wherein the settlement provides(i) for certain amendments to the Prior Agreement, the principal amendment providing for certain payments to ITC in lump sum amounts in exchange for a paid-up license for Covered Subscriber Units and Covered Infrastructure Units compliant with PHS and PDC Covered Standards, and (ii) for a new license agreement (this 3G Agreement) involving Covered Subscriber Units and Covered Infrastructure Units compliant with Narrowband CDMA and Third Generation
With this agreement, Licensor, for itself and its Affiliates, hereby grants to Licensee and its Affiliates a non-exclusive, non-transferable, worldwide license under the Licensed Patents to make, have made, use, import, sell and otherwise dispose of Covered Subscriber Units and Covered Infrastructure Units, including the right to make, have made, use, import, and otherwise dispose of components therefor, or the supply of replacement parts therefor.
This agreement is for over 100 patents registered throughout the world. The licensed patents mostly relate to the telecommunications and broadcasting industry.
'Combi-Unit' means any Subscriber Unit which has substantial functionality unrelated to basic voice or wireless data transmission, such as video phones, personal digital assistant, computers, and the like, but which performs modulation and demodulation.
'Communication Card' means a Subscriber Unit in card or similar format (e.g. PCMCIA card) which contains at a minimum all of the circuitry necessary for modulation and demodulation in accordance with one or more Covered Standards and may be readily attachable to, and detachable from, the body of an end-user terminal device, whether fixed, mobile, transportable, vehicular, portable or hand-held, with RF transmit and/or RF receive capabilities by end-user. A Communication Card shall include all attachments necessary to enable the information and/or communication unit to transmit and receive wireless communications.
'Infrastructure Unit' means mobile switching centers, radio network controllers, service nodes, Node B's, base stations, radio resource management devices and software, base station controllers, digital transceivers, digital channel cards, and software necessary to operate the aforementioned devices (including software maintenance agreements to the extent that free upgrades are provided in exchange for the maintenance fee, or to the extent that the software maintenance provides an upgrade or enhancement as to functionality), whether sold as individual items or bundled as an integrated product, which is used to interconnect a Covered Subscriber Unit to a public or private data or voice network (whether wired or unwired), including the internet. Subject to the foregoing, absent some substantial difference in design and/or function of Infrastructure Units, the parties agree, generally, the interpretation of Infrastructure Equipment and Net Selling Price (as defined in the Prior Agreement), and used in the arbitration, including for audit purposes, shall generally be considered acceptable guidelines in determining the royalty base hereunder.
'Narrowband CDMA' means standards for direct sequence code division multiple access digital cellular radiotelephone service adopted as a standard by either a standards development organization – such as ETSI, TIA/EIA or ARIB- or a major operator of public subscription systems for in-country requirements (e.g. frequency spectrum availability, interconnection with preexisting telephony networks, etc.) which limit the spread of the signal over a bandwidth not greater than 1.25 MHz, including, but not limited to, IS-95 Rev.A, IS-95 Rev. B and various derivations thereof that do not fundamentally alter the character thereof.
1,031,038 PORTABLE TONE DECODER-ENCODER SYSTEM
320,892 3,824,465 PORTABLE TONE DECODER-ENCODER SYSTEM
2,322,941 ADAPTIVE CANCELLATION OF FIXED INTERFERERS