802.11 IEEE Expert for Local Area Network Patent Infringement Case

Case Description:

An 802.11 IEEE standards expert was needed for a patent infringement case involving multi-protocol local area network data transmission. A national manufacturer of computer equipment and peripherals allegedly infringed on the plaintiff's patent through the sale of its PCs, servers, switches, hubs, routers, etc. The equipment allegedly auto-negotiated multi-protocol network nodes, automatically supporting or adjusting to Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet; and/or nodes that automatically support or adjust to the 802.11 Wireless LAN IEEE communications protocols. The 802.11 IEEE standards are an industry wide standard for such system

Experts Presented:

  • Data Communications

    This data communications expert serves his clients as a consulting expert by providing the background for patent infringement, performing patent searches, and assisting in patent preparation. His in-depth knowledge comes from participating in important datacom standards, having 46 domestic & international patents, and 24 years creating leading-edge products. His standards participation includes 802.11 IEEE (Wireless), IEEE 802.14 (Cable modem), ANSI X3T9.3 (Fibre Channel), FSAN (fiber system definition by 10 Telcos), ADSL Forum, and UAWG. He is on the 802.11 committee, and has been to a few meetings of the 802.3 committees. IMS Reference #3290679

  • .11 IEEE

    This 802.11 IEEE expert's experience includes monitoring and protecting corporate patents related to IEEE 802 and TIA TR42 industry standards development. He also serves as a member on other 802 committees, including 802.11 IEEE. Currently, he is the Chairman of the 802.3 10GBASE-T cabling ad hoc committee responsible for leading the development of the 10GBASE-T cabling channel specifications. He has been a member of the IEEE since the late 1980's. He obtained a BSEE with a concentration in communication engineering. IMS Reference #4289935

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