ICAP Patent Brokerage Accepts Patent Auction Applications for Superior RFID / NFC Readers

    auctionICAP Patent Brokerage , a division of ICAP plc. and the world's largest intellectual property brokerage and patent auction company announced the sale of patents describing an improved RFID reader that removes the leakage signal that occurs when transmitting a signal through a circulator or direct adapter, which increases the sensitivity of reception of Samsung Techwin readers Co., Ltd.

    This portfolio is offered as part of the Internet of Things IP Auction with a deadline of April 23, 2015.

    “This portfolio, with a priority date of 2009, should be of value to companies that produce RFID and NFC readers, and solutions related to these technologies, as well as companies involved in the sensor network industry (IoT, the so-called Internet of things)”

    Dean Becker , Chief Executive Officer of ICAP Patent Brokerage.

    Key Features and Benefits

    Since the start of Priority 2009, this portfolio has focused on improved reading, detection, and more advanced coding methods for RFID readers, including:

    1. Three US patents aimed at increasing the sensitivity of reception, speed and distance of operation of RFID readers. The patented technology can remove the leak signal in real time in an adaptive way by compensating for the leak signal by removing the signal formed from the measured first and second transmission of the leak signal. The implementation of patents will minimize the physical dimensions of circuit designs and cover the entire frequency band of RFID systems. It should be noted that the circuit that removes the leakage signal consists of the simplest electrical components, such as diodes, resistances, inductances and capacitances.
    2. One US patent relates to a method of encoding data. This patent portfolio is well suited to RFID / NFC; especially to RFID tags, readers and related solutions.

    The IoT market is currently valued at approximately $ 7.8 billion, and is projected to increase to $ 23.4 billion by 2020.

    It is also proposed to sell similar patents on application .

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