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Class Information
Number: 455/353.1
Name: Telecommunications >

Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
455/1 Interference signal transmission (e.g., jamming) 335
455/130 Receiver or analog modulated signal frequency converter 492
455/2.01 Audience survey or program distribution use accounting 161
455/26.1 Use or access blocking (e.g., locking switch) 124
455/3.01 Wireless distribution system 910
455/39 Transmitter and receiver at separate stations 431
455/400 Having single-channel telephone carrier 27
455/403 Radiotelephone system 1,195
455/7 Carrier wave repeater or relay system (i.e., retransmission of same information) 679
455/73 Transmitter and receiver at same station (e.g., transceiver) 1,215
455/899 Miscellaneous 59
455/91 Transmitter 628

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued

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