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Standard Essential Patents in Litigations: UHF RFID, WLAN, LTE


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  • 1. Standard Essential Patents in LitigationsFollowing is the summary of Standard Essential Patents (SEPs) that are claimed to be infringed in recent patent litigations.Patent Case Technology/Standard Accusation TechIPm’sEssentialityAnalysisUS6690264 (Selective cloaking circuit foruse in a radiofrequency identification andmethod of cloaking RFID tags) v. Sirit,ITC 337-TA-875UHF RFID/ISO 18000-CSec. 6.3.2 Tagselection, inventory,and accessBecause the AccusedIDentity HeadlampMountTransponders operate inaccordance with the 6Cprotocol, it must meetthis limitation of Claimsof the ‘264 PatentProbablySEPUS7136392 (System and method forordering data messages having differinglevels of priority for transmission over ashared communication channel) v.Motorola, Case0:13-cv-61358-RSRWiFi/IEEE 802.11nSec. 6. MAC servicedefinitionMotorola’s Photon Q 4GLTE, Atrix HD andElectrify M infringeclaim 9 of the ’392patent.ProbablySEPUS7848353 (Method, communicationsystem and communication unit forsynchronisation for multi-ratecommunication) v.Motorola, Case0:13-cv-61358-RSRLTE/3GPP TS 36.101 Sec. 5.6 Channelbandwidth211 Sec. 6.11Synchronization signalsMotorola’s Photon Q 4GLTE, Atrix HD andElectrify M infringeclaims 1 and 21 ofthe ’353 patent.Probablynot SEPUS7941151 (Method and system forproviding channel assignment informationused to support uplink and downlinkchannels) v.Samsung, ITC337-TA-868LTE/3GPP TS 36.Providing channelassignment informationto support uplink anddownlink transmissionsutilizing the DCI andCRC scrambling forRNTI as described inSamsung Galaxy S3 is aLTE capable mobilecommunication devicethat performs a methodfor utilizing channelassignment informationfor an uplink sharedchannel or a downlinkPositivelySEP
  • 2. 213 Sec. 7 & 8, 300Sec. 11.1, and 212 Sec5.3.3.1.shared channel.US6445917 (Mobile station measurementswith event-based reporting) v.Samsung, ITC337-TA-862LTE/3GPP TS 36.Measurements in theprocess of handoveroperation as describedin 331 Sec. 5 and TS300 Sec. 10.1.3.Samsung Galaxy S3 is aLTE capable mobilecommunication devicethat performs handoveramong plural mobilestations.StronglySEPUS8169992 (Uplink scrambling duringrandom access) v.Samsung, ITC337-TA-862LTE/3GPP TS 36.Contention basedrandom accessprocedure utilizingCRC scrambling forRNTI as described in213 Sec. 6, 300 Sec.10.1.5, 321 Sec. 5.1,and 212 Sec 5.3.Samsung Galaxy S3 is aLTE capable mobilecommunication devicethat performs a methodfor random accessprocedure utilizing CRCscrambling for RNTI .PositivelySEPUS6870808 (Channel Allocation inBroadband Orthogonal Frequency-DivisionMultiple-Access/Space-Division Multiple-Access Networks) v.Ericsson, ITC337-TA-871LTE/3GPP TS 36.211 Sec. 6.2 Slotstructure and physicalresource elements213 Sec.7 Physicaldownlink sharedchannel relatedproceduresEricsson’s RBS 6000LTE base stationproducts infringe claimsof the ’353 patent.Probablynot SEP*For detail information about LTE standard essential patents: more information, please contact Alex Lee at .©2013 TechIPm, LLC All Rights Reserved