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MSTG, Inc. v. AT&T Mobility LLC

September 3, 2010

MSTG, INC.
v.
AT&T MOBILITY LLC



Name of Assigned Judge David H. Coar Sitting Judge if Other or Magistrate Judge than Assigned Judge

DOCKET ENTRY TEXT

The disputed terms of Claims 1 and 4 of U.S. Patent No.5,920,551; Claims 1, 2, and 3 of U.S. Patent No. 6,198, 936; and Claims 1 and 2 of U.S. Patent No. 6,438,113 are construed as set forth below.

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STATEMENT

The '551 Patent "burst pilot(s)": sequence(s) of coded signals for synchronization or reference purposes [Claims 1 and 4] "asynchronously transmit": send at different times in relation to one another so there is no overlap [Claim 1] "burst time information": information transmitted from the mobile stations to the base station in order to extract timing, synchronization, and phase information [Claim 1] "transmitted within predetermined time slots so as to be staggered": sent within time intervals determined prior to transmission so as not to overlap [Claim 1] "adjustable": capable of being changed during operation [Claim 1]

The '936 Patent

"associated control channel": a signaling channel assigned to a traffic channel for transmitting and receiving call-control and user information [Claim 1] "link access control (LAC) hierarchy": a component between the 'hierarchy 3' and the 'MAC hierarchy' located within either a particular base station or particular mobile station [Claims 1, 2, and 3] "hierarchy 3 of a control plane or a user plane": a component above the 'LAC hierarchy' located within either a particular base station or particular mobile station [Claims 1, 2, and 3] "medium access control (MAC) hierarchy": a component between the 'LAC hierarchy' and the 'physical hierarchy' located within either a particular base station or particular mobile station [Claims 1, 2, and 3]

The '113 Patent

"physical associated control channel": a physical signaling channel assigned to a traffic channel for transmitting and receiving call-control and user information [Claims 1 and 2] "users": multiple persons or external devices [Claims 1 and 2] "in order that a number of users can request communication service simultaneously through the mobile station": so that multiple persons or external devices can each use the same mobile station at the same time to request independent voice or data communications with the base station [Claims 1 and 2] "link setting flag": an indicator used for identifying whether a communication link is set [Claims 1 and 2] "hierarchy 2": a component between the 'hierarchy 3' and the 'physical hierarchy' located within either a particular base station or particular mobile station [Claim 2] "hierarchy 3": a component above the 'LAC hierarchy' located within either a particular base station or particular mobile station [Claim 2]

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