Does the GS1 MCS industry guideline use US patent 8228198?

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In March, 2012, all of the UHF Gen2 RFID chip manufacturers agreed to support Multi-vendor Chip-based Serialization (MCS), a voluntary implementation of a GS1 guideline for encoding 96-bit Serialized Global Trade Identification Numbers (SGTIN-96) into UHF Gen2 RFID tags. See:

http://www.rfidjournal.com/articles/view?9369

In June 2013, ADASA and Accelerate Ventures claimed that the GS1 guideline uses US 8,228,198. See:

http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20130606005357/en/Accelerate-Ventures-ADASA-Join-Forces

Does MCS use 8228198?

Ellery

Posted 2013-07-31T23:06:19.363

Reputation: 51

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This second image provides additional reasons why MCS does not use US patent 8228198

MCS does not provide uniqueness as required by the 198 patent

user5849

Posted 2013-07-31T23:06:19.363

Reputation: 1

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The attached image explains why MCS does not use US patent 8228198

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Helen

Posted 2013-07-31T23:06:19.363

Reputation: 1

What is the source (link) of this screen shot? – Ron J. – 2013-08-01T12:13:49.287