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Old 06-12-2018, 11:35 AM
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Default Hytera Wins Against Motorola in Court

Looks Like The Big M Exhausted their Time in Prolonged Discovery --Judge Denies Motorola Motion to Examine Hytera Computers

This was Posted on June 1st,2018

Here is the Link to the Story----- https://www.rrmediagroup.com/News/Ne...s/NewsID/16945
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So the case is still ongoing? This was just a loss on one single point, or is the entire case over?
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Still going on. Big M is trying to bury Hytera under legal expenses by dragging this out and playing games. Looks like this judge wasn’t playing.
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Motorola is PSYCHO!!!!!!!! They have been in lots of trouble for shady sales tactics, threatening dealers. They also destroyed Vertex Standard. I am all for Hytera whos products are very reliable.
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Hytera is Chinese. It exists to fund the expansion of the Chinese military that will eventually lead to a significant war.

I'm sorry the judge was so stupid.
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So Motorola paid the judge for their ruling in Motorola favor here in this case.
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So Motorola paid the judge for their ruling in Motorola favor here in this case.
Or they paid them more than Hytera did....or maybe, just maybe the judges ruling was completely unbiased. Nah, that can't be it.
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I have been in the comms field for 20 years. I have witnessed terrible tactics used by Motorola to gain leverage against other radio companies. I donít like Motorola for that. I have been using hytera for years with zero issues.
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It Says the A Final Determination by the ITC is scheduled to be issued by Nov. 6, 2018.--Who Knows What May Happen
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Default Motorolal Wins this round against Hytera

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Hytera Statement on Issuance on 3 July 2018 of J. McNamara's Final Initial Determination


https://www.hytera.us/news/hytera-st...-determination
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Hytera Says Itís in the U.S., German Markets Ďto Stay,í No Effect on U.S. Products


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....and where do you think Motorola radios come from.....?
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....and where do you think Motorola radios come from.....?
Ask Motorola and they'll likely say 'from God' (and hence they are priced accordingly)

I think Malaysia was an assembly point at one time.
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I don't understand how it's unique. It's like claiming they have a patent on CTCSS or P25.
{turn radio on and select a channel; monitor the channel for a subaudible tone; when a preprogrammed frequency is detected open the squelch; generate tone while transmitting}
I has something to do with TDMA. The patents look so ridicoulsy simple.

https://patents.google.com/patent/US8279991B2/en
https://patents.google.com/patent/US7729701B2/en
https://patents.google.com/patent/US7369869B2/en
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Hytera is Chinese. It exists to fund the expansion of the Chinese military
are you sure abt that?
heard sometimes abt Rohde&Schwarz company? Is that chinese too?
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I dunno if he is sure but he is right for sure - Hytera is Chinese.

Hytera bought the Rhode & Schwarz PMR business, which is now Hytera Mobilfunk GmbH (a subsidary of Hytera China) and responsible for the R&D of the Hytera TETRA system.
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