Purchase of components implies either explicitly (through language in the datasheets) or implicitly a license. In other words, if someone sells you a component that allows you to do something, and then they sue you, they can easily be counter sued for entrapment. It would be silly for a manufacturer to go after you for using their own components.
The real concern is if you are using a component that infringes on someone’s else’s patents or IP’s. Then you need to discuss indemnification with them.
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