- AOP Code: WIN 222
- Exp: 01/29/09
- Categories: CONSUMER
- Industry: Communications Technology
WIRELESS TRANSMISSIONS - WI-LAN
The patents cover the generation and modulation of code bits or â€œchipsâ€ for use in wireless transmissions and transceivers for sending and receiving the data.
Guideline Patent Number: US 5,282,222
Latest Date for Prior Art: December 31, 2069
Guideline Patent Filing Date: January 24, 1994 | Owner(s): Wi-Lan, Inc.; previous owners of US 5,956.323 are Nokia, Inc., Nokia High Speed Access Products, Diamond Lane Communications; of US RE37,802: Ensemble Communications Inc.
Interested Parties: Westell Technologies, Inc.; Netgear, Inc.; 2Wire, Inc.; D-Link Systems, Inc.; Belkin International, Inc.; Buffalo Technology (USA), Inc.; Melco Holdings Inc.; Broadcom Corporation; Atheros Communications, Inc.; Marvell Semiconductor, Inc.; Texas Instruments, Inc.; Intel Corporation; UTStarcomm; Motorola; Intel
Multiple Patent Study Description:
This patent study is for multiple patents. They are combined in this one patent study because they are related. The patents are US 5,282,222, US 5,956,323, and RE 37,802.
<p >Some of the claims are for an apparatus while a separate claim is for the method of using that apparatus. Many of the dependent claims add elements that are known in the art.
This is a Multiple Patent Study
You can view the included patents below:
Patent #: US 5,282,222 (View Details| PDF| Word)
Patent #: US RE 37,802, a reissue of US Patent No. 5,555,268 (View Details| PDF| Word)
Patent #: US 5,956,323 (View Details| PDF| Word)
Requirements to Match :
<p >See the claims provided in the downloadable copies of the patents. <p >
All references need to have been published on or before this date. Any references published after the LDPA will be automatically declined.
Specific claims or technical disclosures on which the scope of the Study is based. Your submissions should be based on these requirements.