Sarasota-based xG Technology has more than 100 patents.
SARASOTA — Wireless communications provider xG Technology received a patent for a new approach to designing wireless networks.
Sarasota-based xG's new network will overcome previous design efficiencies, a statement says. The new technology will incorporate cognitive radio techniques and provide improved quality of service over the previous network, the statement adds.
The latest patent “showcases xG's ability to expand its intellectual property leadership in ways that deliver sought-after solutions in key wireless sectors,” says CEO George Schmitt in the statement.
Founded in 2002, xG Technology is the developer of xMax, a cognitive radio network system for secure mobile broadband communications. xG has more than 100 patents and pending patent applications.