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Judge Robinson issues claim construction related to telecommunications technologies

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In a recent memorandum opinion, Judge Sue L. Robinson construed three disputed claim terms across U.S. Patent Nos. 6,044,382; 5,805,676; 5,987,103; and 7,334,024, which each relate to telecommunications technologies. Cyberfone Systems, LLC v. ZTE (USA) Inc., et al., C.A. Nos. 11-827, 11-830, 11-833, 11-834-SLR (D. Del. Feb. 4, 2014). Specifically, Judge Robinson construed the three disputed claim terms as follows:

-The limitation “form driven operating system” means “firmware – a set of instructions programmed on a hardware device – that, together with forms, operates to control a microprocessor without the need for a conventional operating system (such as DOS or Windows).”
-The limitation “client module” means “firmware – a set of instructions programmed on a hardware device – that, together with forms, operates to control a microprocessor without the need for a conventional operating system (such as DOS or Windows).”
-The limitation “transaction assembly server” means “firmware – the set of instructions programmed on a hardware device.”

Cyberfone Systems, LLC v. ZTE (USA) Inc., et al., C.A. Nos. 11-827, 11-830, 11-833, 11-834-SLR (D. Del. Feb…

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