No – subject to a narrow exception. Most MIPI specifications are confidential to MIPI members, copyright and trademark licenses granted by MIPI Alliance are available only to members, and the patent license obligations described in the MIPI Membership Agreement are made by and among MIPI members. Accordingly, once a party is no longer a member, that party’s rights to access and use the specifications are significantly limited. Under the MIPI IPR structure, however, certain licenses automatically become effective during membership and survive withdrawal from MIPI membership. These terms permit the disposition of those particular products and product components that a former member had manufactured at the time of termination (for example, a semiconductor vendor may deplete its inventory). Any post-termination rights granted by MIPI Alliance to the terminated member are limited to this narrow scope.