Patent List

The following issued patents are representative of the DVB-S2 patents owned by DTVG Licensing, RAI, and ESA.  Additional patent applications are pending worldwide.  All essential DVB-S2 patents owned by the Licensors, including those listed below, are offered for License by S2 Licensing.


  • U.S. Patent No. 8,095,854
  • China Patent No. 0910006878.5
  • EP Patent No. 1385270 (BLG, DMK, FIN, FRA, GBT, GER, ITL, LUX, NLD, SPN, SWZ)
  • Korea Patent No. 10-0543154
  • Japan Patent No. 4422436




  • U.S. Patent No. 6,963,622
  • U.S. Patent No. 8,102,947
  • EP Patent No. 1413059 (BLG, FRA, GBT, GER)
  • EP Patent No. 2190123 (FIN, FRA, GBT, ITL, CZECH, DMK, GER, AUSTRIA, NLD, SWZ, SE, SLOVAK, SPN)
  • EP Patent No. 2273683 (AUSTRIA, CZECH, DMK, FIN, FRA, GER, GBT, ITL, NLD, SLOVAK, SPN, SE, SWZ)
  • Japan Patent No. 3920876
  • Korea Patent No. 10-0602027


  • U.S. Patent No. 8,208,499
  • Canada Patent No. 2470782
  • China Patent No. 0410049082.5
  • Japan Patent No. 4071743
  • Japan Patent No. 4851424
  • Korea Patent No. 10-0741629
  • EP Patent No. 1487146 (BLG, FIN, FRA, GBT, GER, ITL, NLD, SPN)
  • EP Patent No. 2124377 (FRA, GER, NLD, GBT)
  • EP Patent No. 2144395(FRA, NLD, GBT, GER)



  • U.S. Patent No. 7,403,574
  • Australia Patent No. 2004302831
  • Canada Patent No. 2535844
  • China Patent No. 0480024827
  • EPC Patent No. 1661350 (FRA, GBT, GER, SPN)
  • Hong Kong Patent No. HK 1124971
  • India Patent No. 255167
  • Israel Patent No. 173491
  • Japan Patent No. 5080629
  • Korea Patent No. 10-0763743
  • Mexico Patent No. 263721










  • European Patent No. 1408637 (BLG, DMK, FRA, GER, ITL, IRL, NLD, SPN, SWE, SWZ)
  • U.S. Patent No. 7,607,154

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