David Aitcheson - KB3EFS
kb3efs at yahoo.com
Thu Aug 9 23:27:43 CDT 2007
I don't know the answer to your very valid question.
I was just pointed towards that web site by the boss.
--- Alberto di Bene <dibene at usa.net> wrote:
> David Aitcheson - KB3EFS wrote:
> > I need input on a spectrum analyzer. The one that the boss has in
> > mind is on the web at
> > http://test1.contenttest.net/Spektrumanalysator_en.shtml
> > Specifically the "SPECTRAN® HF-2025E Rev. 3"
> I saw in that page that the name SPECTRAN is followed by the
> circled R meaning "Registered"
> Can they register a name that is already being used (by me) since
> many years for my program SPECTRAN ?
> I don't know the US legislation about names registration, so that's
> why I am asking. Could eventually they force me to
> abandon the use of the name SPECTRAN for my program ? Is the
> registration of a name in the US valid only for the US, or
> is it valid worldwide ?
> Thanks for any clarifications.
> 73 Alberto I2PHD
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