TruePosition Wins Permanent Injunction

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<p><strong>Berwyn, Pa. &mdash; Aug. 5</strong><br />TruePosition Inc., a provider of wireless location solutions and a subsidiary of Liberty Media Corp., announced the United States Delaware District Court issued a permanent injunction prohibiting Andrew Corp. from making, using, selling or offering to sell control channel Uplink Time Difference of Arrival (U-TDOA) location technology. </p><p>The subject of a patent held by TruePosition, control channel U-TDOA technology is crucial for location-based safety and security applications. <br /> <br />The court also awarded damages in the amount of $18.6 million with respect to prior sales of control channel U-TDOA location technology that Andrew made to the Saudi Telephone Co. (STC). The court then increased that amount by 25 percent &mdash; to $23.25 million &mdash; because of Andrew&rsquo;s willful infringement and awarded TruePosition pre- and post-judgment interest. In making this award, the court remitted damages for future lost profits that the jury awarded to TruePosition following a two-week trial of the case in September 2007. <br /> <br />&ldquo;This is a major win for TruePosition,&rdquo; said Frederic Beckley, executive vice president and general counsel of TruePosition. &ldquo;This decision not only affirms the value of our extensive patent portfolio, but also secures our position as the only provider of a crucial location technology.&rdquo;<br /> <br />In a prior case, TruePosition obtained a settlement from Andrew Corp. worth $42 million with respect to certain TruePosition patents not involved in the present case. The prior case is TruePosition Inc. v. Allen Telecom Inc.<br /> <br />TruePosition is the largest company solely dedicated to location-based safety and security solutions in the world. It holds more than 40 U.S. patents in wireless location technology and more than 100 patents abroad. TruePosition network-based, wireless location technology is deployed nationwide in the United States and is used to locate wireless subscribers who dial 911. </p><p>TruePosition location solutions include Cell ID (CID), Enhanced Cell ID (E-CID), Angle of Arrival (AOA), Uplink Time Difference of Arrival (U-TDOA) and Assisted GPS (A-GPS).<br /></p>

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