WHIPgroup attorneys successfully appealed rejections for a patent application directed to data packet aggregation for wireless communication. In its Appeal briefs, WHIPgroup differentiated data frame encapsulation taught by wireless networking publications. The Board agreed with WHIPgroup’s arguments, stating “[w]e are not persuaded by the evidence cited by the Examiner that data frame aggregation as disclosed by [prior art] teaches or suggests data packet aggregation.” Having found the Examiner failed to provide evidence or persuasive explanation, the Board reversed all rejections without oral argument.
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