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Even Huawei has to pay patent fees. How powerful is Qualcomm's patent

the agreement was reached in the leading fiscal quarter of 2019 (as of December 30 last year) and will continue until the third fiscal quarter of this fiscal year (June 30 this year)

how powerful are Qualcomm's patents

as an emerging technology, CDMA CDMA2000 is rapidly sweeping the world and has occupied 20% of the wireless market. By 2012, the number of CDMA2000 users worldwide has exceeded 256million, and 156 operators in 70 countries have commercial 3G CDMA services. Dozens of OEMs around the world, including accredit Communications Technology Co., Ltd., which is licensed by Qualcomm, have launched EVDO mobile intelligent terminals. In 2002, Qualcomm's chip sales hit a record high; Since 1994, Qualcomm has provided more than 7.5 billion chips to many manufacturers worldwide, including China. On December 3, 2017, Qualcomm 5g new technology won the world's leading scientific and technological achievements for the second consecutive year

Qualcomm has more than 3900 U.S. patents for CDMA and related technologies, and has applied for the process and basic methods of correctly trying out the carton tensile testing machine for product testing. Qualcomm has licensed CDMA patents to more than 130 telecom equipment manufacturers worldwide. For more than 20 years, Qualcomm has led the transformation of people's communication, work and lifestyle with its pioneering and innovative technology and enterprising spirit

how does Qualcomm's patent work

Qualcomm is a global leader in 3G, 4G and 5g technology research and development. At present, it has provided technology use licenses to many manufacturers around the world, involving all telecom equipment and consumer electronic equipment brands in the world. At the beginning of its establishment, Qualcomm mainly provided project research and development services for the wireless communication industry, while also involved in limited product manufacturing. One of the company's early goals is to develop a commercial product. This gave birth to omnitracs & reg;. Since 1988, the freight industry adopted Qualcomm's omnitracs system, which has become the largest commercial satellite mobile communication system in the transportation industry

the early success made the company more innovative and challenged the traditional wireless technology standards. In 1989, the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) approved a digital technology called time division multiple access (TDMA). Just three months later, when the industry was still generally skeptical, Qualcomm introduced code division multiple access (CDMA) technology for wireless and data products - its emergence has permanently changed the face of global wireless communications

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