Dali Wireless has filed a lawsuit against CommScope Technologies, alleging infringement of U.S. Patents and asking for an injunction to stop manufacturing, sale and distribution of CommScope OneCell and ION-E products.
Dali’s patents disclose and claim software defined radio systems that are building blocks for 4G/5G era in-building wireless networks. In its complaint, Dali alleges that CommScope incorporated Dali’s patents into its OneCell and ION-E products. Dali has petitioned the court for monetary damages and an injunction preventing CommScope from making, using, or selling its OneCell and ION-E products.
This lawsuit against CommScope is in addition to Dali’s lawsuit, where it claimed infringement of patents for power amplifier systems and methods of operation and software-configurable DAS and efficient baseband predistortion linearization systems. The case was dismissed after Texas Instruments took a license to the patent.
A CommScope spokesperson emailed this response to the story, “CommScope does not comment on pending litigation, and in that regard, I should note that CommScope has a pending patent infringement action against Dali in the Northern District of Texas (case no. 3:16-cv-477).”