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<p>This debate got a lot quieter with the rejection of the software
patent directive in 2005. Its place in the headlines was taken by
other debates, such as standardisaton. Open Standards have been a
other debates, such as standardisation. Open Standards have been a
buzzword for years, but never has this term been discussed more
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<p>In standards, the situation is somewhat similar. If patents are
part of a standard, only an implementation that is covered by the
patents provides an effective antitdote to monopolisation. Having to
patents provides an effective antidote to monopolisation. Having to
circumvent patents will generally break standards compliance and harm the
public benefit that is the driving force behind standardisation.</p>
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<p>There are also cases where certain standardisation organisations,
e.g. the <a href="http://www.iso.org">International Organisation for
Standardisation</a> (ISO) have a priviledged position with
Standardisation</a> (ISO) have a privileged position with
governments for procurement decisions. Due to patents and
insufficient (F)RAND conditions, not all standards priviledged in
this way can be implemented by all legitimate market participants
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Non-Discriminatory, the resulting fees may easily add up to 50% or
more of the cost for the end product. So all patent holders should
commit ex-ante that the aggregate licensing cost for all patents
should be reasonable. As an example, Mr Frain cited that in Nokias
should be reasonable. As an example, Mr Frain cited that in Nokia's
view, the patent licensing fees on the communication technology for
mobile phones should be below 10% per handset.</p>
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non-discrimination against legitimate business models, and the ART+P
approach also has the practical weakness that convergence joins more
than one kind of technology per device, so the total patent
royalties on a smart phone may still reach 50% even if the cost for
royalties on a smart phone may still reach 50% even if the costs for
GSM &amp; Co are limited to 10%. But even these 10% can be
considerable for laptops with included UMTS modems, or embedded
devices, an area in which the profit margins are typically far below

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<h1>Een evenwichtsonderzoek:<br />Standardisatie en patenten</h1>