PREMISES

Brand (click to sort) Owner Address Description
DONUT BHP; Information Solutions Limited 6 Grove Road,Redland, Bristol BS6 6UJ
United Kingdom
Web site design, creation and hosting ...
EVOLV Boon Technologies LLC 10201 McKalla Place, Ste C
Austin TX 78758
Flea and tick control products, flea ...
ALLPLEX Bosch Sicherheitssysteme GmbH Werner-von-Siemens-Ring 1085630 Grabrunn
Germany
Electronic apparatus for managing and monitoring ...
BPT BPT S.P.A. VIA CORNIA, 1/B
IT
SESTO AL REGHENA
Italy
Telephones for door entry systems; warning ...
CARBONLEO Immobilier Carbonleo inc. 510-9160 boulevard Leduc
CA
Brossard, Quebec J4Y 0E3
Canada
Real estate development and management services, ...
TRUSTED EVERYDAY EVERYWHERE The Canadian Corps of Commissionaires Suite 201
CA
Ottawa, Ontario K2P0A4
Canada
Security services, security guard services; alarm ...
CC The Canadian Corps of Commissionaires Suite 201
CA
Ottawa, Ontario K2P0A4
Canada
Security services, security guard services; alarm ...
C COMMISSIONAIRES The Canadian Corps of Commissionaires Suite 201
CA
Ottawa, Ontario K2P0A4
Canada
Security services, security guard services; alarm ...
CC COMMISSIONAIRES The Canadian Corps of Commissionaires Suite 201
100 Glouster Street
Ottawa, Ontario K2P0A4
Canada
Security services, security guard services; alarm ...
 

Where the owner name is not linked, that owner no longer owns the brand

   
Technical Examples
  1. An IS-OFDM system for ultra-wideband (UWB) wireless communications that suppresses narrow-band interference, comprising an in-premises base station (IBS) is described. The IBS further comprises an IS-OFDM transceiver for communicating with a plurality of in-premises terminals (ITs) without creating interference outside an in-premises perimeter. Further, a method for operating an IS-OFDM system for ultra-wideband (UWB) wireless communication that suppresses narrow-band interference and provides local area networking services, in-premises distribution of broadcast cable channels and in-premises wireless access and routing to external networks is described, without creating interference outside an in-premises perimeter.