The title is a short text describing the contents of the application.
The title is a short text describing the contents of the application.
The publication number is the number assigned to a patent application on publication. Publication numbers are generally made up of a country code (two letters) and a serial number (variable, one to twelve digits).
The priority number is the number of the application in respect of which priority is claimed, i.e. it is the same as the application number of the claimed priority document. The priority number is made up of a country code (two letters), the year of filing (four digits) and a serial number (variable, seven digits).
Specify the date type (Publication Date, Priority Date, Application Date)
The inventor is the person named in a patent application as the inventor. He/she can also be the applicant. There may be more than one inventor. The inventor format is made up of the surname followed by the first name of the inventor.
An applicant is a person or organisation who/which has filed a patent application. There may be more than one applicant per application. The applicant may also be the inventor. The field allows to select a single research institute or a group of institutes. The auto-complete feature allows to type a portion of the name of the institute and list all possible matches.
IPC classification symbols are made up of a letter denoting the IPC section (e.g. H), followed by a number (two digits) denoting the IPC class (e.g. H03), and a letter denoting the IPC subclass (e.g. H03M). A number (variable, 1-3 digits) denotes the IPC main group (e.g. H03M1), a forward slash `/`, and a number (variable, 1-3 digits) denotes the IPC subgroup (e.g. H03M1/12). The field automatically displays a brief description of the IPC code (source: WIPO).

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