Open Standards Education Campaign

An introduction to open standards

Cellular communication standards – like 2G, 3G, 4G, and now 5G, have transformed the world over the past 30 years. They provide the foundation for the digital innovation ecosystem. The purpose of this campaign is to help people better understand how the system works and the benefits that it provides to European businesses and consumers.

The benefits of cellular standards

Cellular communication standards – 2G, 3G, 4G, and now 5G – are the blueprints for the complex radio system and networks through which your smartphone connects to the world.

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Developing cellular standards

Cellular standards are the telecommunication technologies that enable mobile device interoperability. They have enabled the smartphone revolution and now the IOT.

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Cellular Standards are the foundation of the digital innovation ecosystem

Cellular standards provide the foundation for cutting edge telecommunication technologies in cellular networks and devices …

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A practical guide for new entrants to licensing Standards Essential Patents (SEP)

See six principles that were developed by world-leading cellular standards developers and implementers.

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What are cellular communication standards

Cellular communication standards, like 4G and 5G, are the blueprints for the complex radio system and networks that enable mobile communication and global device connectivity.

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Making cellular communication standards

Open cellular standards are the telecom-munication technologies that make your smart-phone stay wirelessly connected to cellular networks while moving over large distances.

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How does cellular standards licensing work?

The vision of Europe’s telecommunication technology inventors is to make Europe the world’s leading digital ecosystem.

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What is a standard essential patent?

It is no exaggeration to say that Standard Essential Patents (or SEP) are fundamental to modern society and life. To understand their importance, however, you first need some context.

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