TECHNOLOGY

Optimizing today’s networks. Building the foundation for tomorrow’s solutions.

DGS patented technologies improve spectrum utilization today and enable the world’s anticipated low-latency and high-reliability applications and services:

 

Edge computing, SAS efficiency, end-to-end low latency, service prioritization, IoT, and more.

Radio Frequency Capture

DGS captures RF signals in multiple dimensions: space, time, and frequency, based on signal characteristics.

Distributed nodal network capability allows us to sectorize and aggregate captured data to increase coverage areas and scalability.

RF Analysis at the Edge

Multidimensional analysis enables both blind and AI-aided detection, classification, identification, and geolocation of signals of interest.

Provides true environmental awareness in near-real time.

Actionable Data Extraction

  • Customer goals are applied at the edge to extract and present relevant data.
  • Minimizes backhaul and increases speed for dissemination of actionable knowledge.
  • Supports integration of 3rd-party datasets for broader analytics.

Process Optimization

Operational performance of deployed resources is improved.

Allows support for:

  • High volume of users with low-to-moderate data rates (e.g., IoT)
  • Ultra-reliable and low-latency services
  • Dynamic spectrum sharing

Built on a broad foundation of patented technologies

A holistic view of the wireless spectrum, the DGS portfolio of patented technologies is deep, wide and well-structured to be highly applicable, defensible, and desirable to a broad range of licensees.

 

In the area of spectrum management, the DGS patent portfolio is second only to Qualcomm.

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IP recognized across the wireless industry by leading names

DGS patents are cited across a variety of IP categories: RF Capture, RF Analysis at the Edge, Actionable Data Extraction, & Process Optimization.

Companies Citing DGS Patents

Apple
Aerial
AT&T
Aurora
BAE Systems
Cisco
Comcast
Deutsche Telecom
Ericsson
HawkEye 360
Huawei
IBM
Microsoft
Lenovo
Motorola
Mobile Innovations
OneEvent
NEC
Qualcomm
Raytheon Technologies
Renesas
Samsung
ZTE