Superior RFID / NFC Reader Patents Available from ICAP Patent Brokerage

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ICAP Patent Brokerage announces for sale patents disclosing an improved RFID reader which removes a leakage signal, occurring in transmitting a signal, through a circulator or direct coupler which increases the reader’s reception sensitivity, available from Samsung Techwin Co., Ltd. This portfolio is offered as part of the Internet of Things IP Auction, with a bidding deadline of April 23rd, 2015.

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With an early priority date from 2009, should be of value to companies producing RFID and NFC readers, and associated solutions as well as those companies involved in ubiquitous sensor networks, which are essential to ‘Internet of Things’ technology.

ICAP Patent Brokerage announces for sale patents disclosing an improved RFID reader which removes a leakage signal, occurring in transmitting a signal, through a circulator or direct coupler which increases the reader’s reception sensitivity, available from Samsung Techwin Co., Ltd. This portfolio is offered as part of the Internet of Things IP Auction, with a bidding deadline of April 23rd, 2015.

“This portfolio, with an early priority date from 2009, should be of value to companies producing RFID and NFC readers, and associated solutions as well as those companies involved in ubiquitous sensor networks, which are essential to ‘Internet of Things’ technology,” says Dean Becker, CEO of ICAP Patent Brokerage.

Key Characteristics & Benefits
With an early priority date from 2009, this portfolio is directed to superior sensing, detecting, and encoding methods for RFID readers, including:

1. Three U.S. patents directed to enhancement of reception sensitivity, speed and distance of a RFID reader. Patented technology can (i) remove a leakage signal in the RFID reader in a real-time adaptive manner to its operation environment by offsetting the leakage signal with a removing signal generated based on the first and second transmission leakage signal to be measured, (ii) keep the circuit configuration and size of a device to the minimum, and (iii) cope with all of frequency bands of a RFID system. It is notable that the circuit consists of basic electrical components such as R, L, C and diodes for a unit of removing the leakage signal. The protection scope collectively may cover whatever RFID reader which aims to keep the size or configuration to the minimum and cope with all of frequency bands of a RFID system.
2. One U.S. patent directed to a method of encoding data.

This patent portfolio is highly applicable to the RFID / NFC sector; particularly RFID tags, readers, and associated solutions. This market is currently estimated to be approximately $7.8 Billion and is forecasted to increase to $23.4 Billion by 2020(1).

Sample Forward Citing Companies include Broadcom, Siemens, and Softbank.

See the technical description of the RFID reader IP sales offering.

(1)Source: IDTechEx report “RFID Forecasts, Players & Opportunities 2014-2024”

For more information:
Contact Michelle Tyler of ICAP Patent Brokerage at (650) 741-4117 or via email at michelle(at)icapip(dot)com.

If you would like to sell or auction a patent portfolio, visit our website to make a patent portfolio submission:
http://icappatentbrokerage.com/auction/submitip/

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About ICAP Patent Brokerage
ICAP Patent Brokerage is the world's largest intellectual property brokerage and patent auction firm, leveraging the talents of experienced patent brokers to match buyers and sellers for the sale of patents and other intellectual property assets. With multiple transaction platforms and unparalleled industry knowledge, including experience with trademarks, brands, intellectual property licensing, and UCC sales, ICAP Patent Brokerage is the global leader in the transaction of intellectual property.

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