Texas Instruments Licenses Dali Wireless Digital Predistortion Technology
Tuesday, September 26, 2017 | Comments

Dali Wireless reached an agreement with Texas Instruments (TI) to license Dali’s U.S. Patent No. 8,149,950 for certain purposes. TI is a global semiconductor design and manufacturing company that serves more than 100,000 customers worldwide.

Under the agreement, TI may sell its GC53xx devices to certain of its customers and gains license access to Dali’s ‘950 patent, which covers digital predistortion technology for power amplifiers in wireless communications systems.

This announcement follows directly on the resolution of a patent infringement lawsuit with Fiplex Communications, in which Fiplex agreed to license Dali’s U.S. patent numbers 9,419,714; 9,439,242; and 9,622,148 for its public-safety digital distributed antenna system (DAS) products. The named patents relate to various fundamental technologies for next-generation DAS.

Still outstanding is a lawsuit against CommScope for infringement of Dali patents concerning certain fundamental technologies for digital DAS and digital predistortion technology.

Dali has a worldwide patent portfolio dating back to 2006 when the company first focused on inventing digital predistortion and RF distribution technology.

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