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According to IFI, the US Patent and Trademark Office issued a record-breaking 277,835 utility patents in 2013, an increase of approximately 10 percent over 2012, and the most issued in a single year. While Baycroft partially attributes this increase to defensive patents, Frazier said several basic factors have come into play.

I think there’s something to people still believing in patent, and people look to companies like Google and Apple as leaders,” Frazier said. Companies are investing more in patents, but the patent office has also decreased their fees and hired many patent examiners. This supported a lot more patent activity by small entities.”

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Frazier added that the IFI data is about 3 years old, following the average pendency of a patent application. As the economy continues to recover, Frazier expects patent filings to continue increasing. He does not expect the Supreme Court’s future ruling on software patentability to affect filings.

We see the candidates that are likely to bubble up tomorrow, companies like Amazon, Verizon, and China’s Huawei Technologies, to name a few,” Baycroft said in the release.

— Jessica Lipsky, Associate Editor, EE Times

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LAS VEGAS — There is no such thing as game over” for the mobile apps processor battle.

Evident at the International CES this year was that the ever-increasing flood of features into mobile devices is keeping silicon designers on their toes.

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The new differentiators cropping up for mobile devices are the always-on mobile SoC that can be promptly awakened by voice activation, sensor fusion, multi-channel surround-sound audio, eye-tracking, post video processing, and more. An additional wrinkle is that many mobile SoCs are also being pitched as the brain that drives an automaker’s in-vehicle infotainment system.

Next Page: No killer feature?

With the plethora of smart sensors and the need for ever lower power, there’s a big push recently to get products out the door that deliver it all to a wide range of applications. In industrial settings specifically, temperature is one of the most widely measured and transmitted elements — but it can be a power-sucking exercise. Now there’s a reference design on the shelf that delivers accurate measurements and consumes less than 3.2 mA.

The Novato MAXREFDES16# reference design from Maxim Integrated Products, is a 4-20 mA loop-powered temperature transmitted with HART Communication Protocol.

The transmitter’s temperature range is -200°C to +850°C with better than ±0.1% or ±1.0°C accuracy. It supports 2-, 3-, or 4-wire resistance temperature detector (RTD) sensor inputs. The MCU fits into a DIN size B head-mounting enclosure so that it meets field sensor needs. Working with inputs from PT100 to PT1000, it can be used in a broad range of industrial control and automation applications.

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