Patents

 
Astrapi® is the world leader in spiral-based signal modulation. Having pioneered this field of research, Astrapi owns truly foundational IP that is essential to achieving the dramatic performance wins that non-periodic signals make possible. We continue to strengthen our IP portfolio by protecting important new discoveries as they are invented.
 
“Telecommunication Signaling Using Nonlinear Functions” – Patent No. 8,472,534. Issued in the United States on June 25, 2013. This patent provides very broad coverage for any use of spirals for telecommunications. Related applications pending in Europe and Canada. http://ip.com/pat/US20130251018
 
“Methods and Systems for Communicating” – Patent No. 8,861,327. Issued in the United States on October 14, 2014. Issued in South Africa as 2013/06283 and in Mexico as 2015/327253. This patent covers the possible methods of modulating spiral signals for telecommunications. Pending in Europe, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Israel, India, Japan, South Korea, Mexico, Malaysia, Russia, and Turkey. http://ip.com/pat/US20120263031
 
“Software Defined Radio” – Patent No. 8,995,546. Issued in the United States on March 31, 2015. This patent protects software defined radio techniques for exploiting non-periodic symbol waveform alphabets. International filing rights reserved under the PCT. http://ip.com/pat/US8995546
 
“Method for Gray Coding a Symbol Alphabet” – Patent application No. 20140254728. Published in the United States on September 11, 2014. This patent application protects a method for coding non-periodic symbol waveforms in order to minimize bit errors in the presence of symbol errors. International filing rights reserved under the PCT. http://www.faqs.org/patents/app/20140254728
 
Other applications pending.