IP Edge Opens Up a Campaign Targeting Use of the HARQ Protocol in LTE Networks

April 29, 2020

Swirlate IP LLC, a plaintiff associated with Texas monetization firm IP Edge LLC, has launched litigation, suing Badger Meter (1:20-cv-01165), Continental Automotive Systems (1:20-cv-02538), Corning (Corning Optical Communications) (3:20-cv-01033), Livongo Health (1:20-cv-02540), and ResMed (1:20-cv-00556) over the provision of a variety of devices (LTE endpoints, modem modules, radio nodes, blood glucose monitors, and ventilators, respectively) that transfer data to another device over an LTE network using the Hybrid Automatic Repeat Request (HARQ) protocol. In each complaint, filed across four judicial districts, the NPE asserts two patents generally related to “ARQ re-transmission” in a wireless communication system.

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