Spectrum Company (SSC), the leading innovator of dynamic
spectrum access (DSA) and spectrum sharing technology, has been
awarded a key patent that improves spectrum occupancy and capacity for
SSC customers and partners. SSC also recently expanded patent coverage
in interference mitigation technology through the reissuance and
expansion of two early foundation patents. With these additional
inventions and claims, SSC continues take a leadership role in
development of interference mitigation technologies that improve the
quality of service for commercial and federal wireless networks.
"These patents add to our existing portfolio in spectrum sharing,
cognitive radio and interference mitigation technology, and leave us
well position to capitalize on the growing demand for wireless
consumption," said Thomas Stroup, SSC's CEO. "We continue to see demand
for improved quality of service and increased capacity in wireless
networks, and we're leveraging our innovations in our Spectrum
Sensing Toolbox and SpectrumBug™ products to enable more efficient
use of wireless resources."
"Our early, extensive research, development and testing of our spectrum
sensing technology have enabled SSC to expand upon our earlier claims,
and our solutions serve additional markets beyond our core spectrum
sharing technology," added Dr. Mark McHenry, principal inventor and
SSC's founder and CTO.
The patents include:
About Shared Spectrum Company
Founded in 2000, SSC is a leading developer of dynamic spectrum access
(DSA) and spectrum management technologies based in Vienna, Virginia.
The company has developed innovative cognitive radio technologies for
challenging wireless applications in a broad range of the frequency
bands. Additional information is available at www.sharedspectrum.com.
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