Online UWB course in live and replayed versions

January 2007
Electronics Weekly;1/10/2007, Issue 2270, p32
Trade Publication
The article presents information on the online ultra-wide-band (UWB) course to be started by Staccato Communications Inc. from January 17, 2007. The course will focus on UWB usage models for mobile handsets, and monetising wireless PAW Connections. It will focus on the use of UWB wireless in providing standards-based, high-bandwidth, multi-protocol capabilities, along with local server-based networks.


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