AmberScope combines and analyzes millions of patent citations of examiners and applicants to help you find the most similar and most relevant patents connected to your starting patent.
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You can search using one or more of the following criteria.
|Patent or application number||2005238988|
|Invention title||Artificial amorphous semiconductors and applications to solar cells|
|Applicant(s)||NewSouth Innovations Pty Ltd|
|Inventor(s)||Green, Martin Andrew|
|Agent Name||Peterson Patents|
|Earliest priority date||2004-04-30|
|First IPC mark||H01L31/0264|
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AmberScope was developed to apply the principles of Network Patent Analysis (NPA) to patent searching, or what we call Network Patent Searching.
Members of the AmberScope development team are very experienced with patent searching, recognised the limitations of current search processes, and wanted to develop a better way of searching for patents.
AmberScope is a product of Ambercite, which was established in 2010 to commercialise NPA, and which combines the unique perspectives of a network analyst, data miners, software engineers and IP law firm Griffith Hack.