Nokia has revealed which 10 patents it is accusing Apple of infringing upon with its iPhone handsets.
The Finnish handset maker will not say how much money it is demanding from Apple in the case, filed in the Delaware federal district court on Thursday.
A spokesperson for Nokia did however tell ZDNet UK on Thursday afternoon which patents were involved. The 10 patents all relate to UMTS (3G), GSM (2G) and/or wireless LANs (WLANs). All the patent numbers listed below are United States Patent numbers.
Five of the patents relate to wireless data:
5802465 - Data transmission in a radio telephone network
6359904 - Data transfer in a mobile telephone network
6694135 - Measurement report transmission in a telecommunications system
6775548 - Access channel for reduced access delay in a telecommunications system
7092672 - Reporting cell measurement results in a cellular communication system
Two of the patents relate to speech coding:
5862178 - Method and apparatus for speech transmission in a mobile communications system
5946651 - Speech synthesizer employing post-processing for enhancing the quality of the synthesized speech
Three of the patents relate to security and encryption. The first two relate to UMTS, while the last relates to UMTS and GSM:
6882727 - Method of ciphering data transmission in a radio system
7009940 - Integrity check in a communication system
7403621 - System for ensuring encrypted communication after handover
UPDATE: According to Piper Jaffray's Gene Munster, Nokia is looking for a 1-2 percent royalty on each iPhone sold, totalling somewhere between $200m and $400m.