By 2009, just 30 years after they have been commercially introduced cell phones were used by billions of people around the world. This note considers the development of the wireless telecommunications industry, with particular emphasis on the role of intellectual property rights and technical standards. Throughout the history of the industry, companies that own intellectual property (IP), lobbied for the standards to be adopted, which included their IP. After the standards were adopted, a company with a strong IP position were placed to reap significant financial rewards. This has led to intense competition for process standards. This note covers developments since 2009, including work on standards for the fourth generation (4G) cellular systems. However, the main focus is on the early struggle between TDMA and CDMA technology, Qualcomm and role in influencing the standard setting process. “Hide
by Robert A. Burgelman, Margaret Labrecque, David W. Hoyt, Amanda Silverman Source: Stanford Graduate School of Business 28 pages. Publication Date: August 18, 2009. Prod. #: SM177-PDF-ENG
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