Originally Presented: February 27, 2019 / 3:00pm to 4:00pm ET
Hosted By: John Sullivan
A Patent and Technology Perspective
We estimate the mobile Radio Frequency (RF) market to be worth approximately $19B. Mobile RF innovation aims to improve performance while also reducing cost, complexity, and power. Manufacturers today, however, are faced with increased complexity brought about by new standards (such as 5G), carrier aggregation, multi-mode phones, and consumer’s ever-increasing demands for bandwidth and reduced power consumption.
TechInsights analyses mobile RF devices from antenna to transceiver to baseband processor. Clients’ use cases of competitive technical intelligence and determining evidence of use are enabled by viewing this analysis within the world’s largest database of semiconductor reverse engineering; for mobile RF this includes process and package analysis, transistor characterization, architecture and circuit analysis. We see different approaches to addressing complexity issues; while some vendors are providing pin-compatible components that enable a common architecture to support different bands/regions simply by replacing components, other vendors are focused on more integrated architectures.
We have put together this presentation for lawyers, law firms, and intellectual property professionals to provide a look at:
- market and design wins,
- the mobile RF patent landscape,
- library of analysis that can be leveraged for patent investigations to find evidence of use or prior art in this space
February 27, 2019
3:00pm to 4:00pm ET
Duration 1 Hour
About The Host
Expert who will be conducting this webinar
Senior IP Solutions Analyst
John’s more than 20 years within the TechInsights organization – first with Chipworks, now TechInsights – has seen him in several different roles, from circuit & patent analyst, to engineering circuit manager, to the IP side of the house, and into his current position. This experience has made him a well-rounded patent analyst and reverse engineering professional. His current role involves planning and executing programs that help TechInsights clients leverage their intellectual property.