Broadband Engineering Hot at CES

February 2004
Communications Technology;Feb2004, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p46
Trade Publication
The Consumer Electronics show held in Las Vegas, Nevada, drew a record-breaking 129,000 attendees, as of February 1, 2004. Broadband cable technologies that stops show floor prowlers included high-definition television, home networking products and voice over the Internet protocol enablers.


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