Exhibit 15 – Preliminary Infringement Chart of Reading USPN 7,672,219 on Apple iPhone 41
Claim Apple iPhone 41. A remote communicationdevice for operation in abidirectional communicationsystem, the devicecomprising:The Apple iPhone 4 includes Wi-Fi connectivity that conforms to the IEEE 802.11 standards, inparticular, 802.11b, 802.11g, and 802.11n. Exhibit 14A, iPhone Technical Specification,http://www.apple.com/iphone/specs.html(retrieved July 27, 2011).IEEE 802.11a, 802.11b, and 802.11g are all different aspects specified in the standard IEEE 802.11-2007 (Exhibit 14B), whereas IEEE 802.11n is specified in IEEE 802.11n-2009 (Exhibit 14C) as anamendment to IEEE 802.11-2007. In particular, Clause 19 of IEEE 802.11-2007, among others,defines the features of 802.11g.
, Exhibit 14D, IEEE 802.11g-2003; Exhibit 14B, IEEE802.11-2007, § 19. Clause 19 is based on Clause 17, which defines the orthogonal frequencydivision multiplexing (OFDM) physical layer for 802.11a, but extends Clause 17 to 2.4 GHz ISMband. Exhibit 14B, IEEE 802.11-2007, §§ 19.1 and 19.1.2.IEEE 802.11-2007 defines a standard for a bidirectional communication system, wherein a remotecommunication device, i.e., a station (“STA”) may both transmit and receive messages. Exhibit 14B,IEEE 802.11-2007, 184.108.40.206 (“This is the primary service used by IEEE 802.11 STAs. It isconceptually invoked by every data message
to and from
an IEEE 802.11 STA. . . .”), emphasisadded.In addition, the standard also specifies that each STA includes both receive and transmit functions.