Landscape of Patents Declared to ATSC 3.0

We discovered 95 patent statements declared to ATSC 3.0. Among these, 13 patent statements lacked patent numbers, and one was not publicly available. This led us to focus our analysis on 81 patent statements. After thoroughly removing duplicates, we identified 2552 unique patent families corresponding to all extracted patents. The top five specifications in which unique families were declared the most were A/322, A/331, A/341, A/330, and A/342.

Our analysis of the patent reassignment data has led to a truly unique finding. Out of the 2552 unique patent families, a distinct 263 have a reassignment history, offering a fresh and intriguing perspective on the patent landscape.

As a complement to the research report, we have developed an interactive dashboard report. This user-friendly tool allows users to delve into the data for various analysis purposes, empowering them to explore the findings in a way that suits their needs.

Link to the report

About Scintillation Research & Analytics Services:

Scintillation Research and Analytics Services Pvt Ltd  originated in 2010 with five principals dedicated to integrity and excellence in economic and financial consulting. Scintillation Research and Analytics Services Pvt Ltd was founded  in small city named Jalandhar, Punjab, India. With a vision to make innovator’s life easy, we developed customized solutions to meet their specific requirements. In the 2014, it moved to a bigger city named Mohali, Punjab to leverage many innovation programs. We are a global provider of intellectual property solutions helping businesses and individual innovators manage their innovative ideas and inventions. We are a group of professional patent and market analysts who comprehensively study clients’ IP assets, do market research, and design effective IP strategies for maximum returns. We have clients from various locations around the globe.


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