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Patent statement declaration registered as H264-91

Recommendation number: H.264
ITU registration date: 2008-11-03
Statement declaration date: 2008-10-29
Patent holder/organization: Motorola Inc.
Main contact: Ms. Latonia Gordon, Intellectual Property and Licensing Dept.
Address: 1303 E. Algonquin Road
Schaumburg, IL 60196
United States
Tel.: +1 847 576 3055
Fax: +1 847 538 3666
Declaration form version: 1 March 2007 (Individual, Common Text, General)
Licensing declaration: Option 2_ The Patent Holder is prepared to grant a license to an unrestricted number of applicants on a worldwide, non-discriminatory basis and on reasonable terms and conditions to make, use and sell implementations of the above document. Negotiations are left to the parties concerned and are performed outside the ITU-T, ITU-R, ISO or IEC. The Patent Holder’s willingness to license is conditioned on reciprocity for the above document.
Late submission remark: -
Statement remark: Motorola submitted this statement to provide updated information relative to their earlier statement in H.264-30 (submitted 2003-12-19).
Patent numberApplication numberCountryForeign CounterpartsTitleStatusTSB remarkTSB patent Id
7162094 US Frequency coefficient scanning paths for digital video contentGranted H264-91-01
RE 38564 US Motion estimation and compensation of video object planes for interlaced digital videoGranted H264-91-02
5 376 968 US Adaptive compression of digital video dataGranted H264-91-03
6 807 317 US Method and decoder system for reducing quantization effects of a decoded imageGranted H264-91-04
6 836 514 US Method for the detection and recovery of errors in the frame overhead of digital video decoding systemsGranted H264-91-05
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