Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 5
- Telecommunications Svcs & Equip
- Telecommunications Equip
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IPSCIO Record ID: 5754
We have incorporated this technology into some of our repeaters, as described under the headings Wireless System Technology and Products and Services in the Business section of this prospectus.
Our products are based on our Network Repeater technology that works in conjunction with base stations to expand the coverage area of a wireless network. Our Repeater Hybrid Network reduces the number of base stations required to achieve an equivalent coverage area and significantly lowers the cost of the network. Technology relates to the field of CDMA repeater technology for which a patent application has been filed (Delay Combiner System for CDMA Repeaters and Low Noise Amplifiers, Patent Application No. 09/028434, the Patent) .
IPSCIO Record ID: 27272
IPSCIO Record ID: 26007
PATENT RIGHTS shall mean U. S. Patent No 5,995,849, filed November 26, 1997 and granted on November 30, 1999, U.S. Patent No. 6,141,531, filed April 17, 1998 and granted on October 31, 2000, U.S. Patent Application No. 800416 filed on June 1, 2000, International Application No. PCT/US98/13972, filed July 6, and any applications on inventions or IMPROVEMENTS based upon the LICENSED TECHNOLGY as well as any related application(s), more specifically, any continuation, divisional, continuation-in-part of substitution applications, and any foreign or domestic applications, corresponding to or based in whole or in part, on any of the above within the LICENSED FIELD.
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: 6651
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.