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Dallas-based TransData Inc., a manufacturer of advanced solid-state electricity meters, has licensed its wireless smart electric meter patent portfolio to an undisclosed smart grid solutions provider.

"The agreement covers technology TransData first invented in the Dallas-Fort Worth area and deployed in the mid-1990s that is directed towards digital electric meters equipped with an internal wireless communication circuit and antenna that enables the electric meter circuitry within the meter to communicate wirelessly," says Jamie McDole, counsel for TransData.


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