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||The Bluetooth specifications are open specifications for
wireless communications that are free to download and use;
however to use it royalty free you do have to join the SIG. By
joining the group you sign up to an adopter’s agreement
sharing any patents essential for implementing Bluetooth. The
specifications define minimum functionality allowing devices
from different companies to communicate.
congratulates the wireless industry on joining forces to
promote open standards (2002) The world’s leading
wireless vendors, operators, software companies and content
providers announce the formation of OMA, Open Mobile Alliance,
a new global organization that aims to grow the market for
mobile services. Ericsson is the single largest contributor of
the new technologies involved in mobile communications, with
more than 10 000 granted patents worldwide. Ericsson holds
30-40 percent of the essential patents behind WCDMA (UMTS) as
well as the largest share in GSM and Bluetooth.
Patent Information Patent Policy and Procedures, IEEE
802.16 Patent Information On File, IEEE-SA Sources, Selected
Issued U.S. Patents Assigned to Sun Microsystems, Inc.
Papers: Software Patents Although the European Patent
Office (EPO) routinely issues patents on software innovations
(with the intent of protecting the ideas behind the
functionality of software), the enforceability of such patents
remains uncertain because the EU does not have a harmonised
software patent regime in place...
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