The PULSERS Project to bring expertise on ultra -wideband at Net -atHome™2005

Homega Research is very pleased today to welcome the PULSERS IST Project as a new Net-atHome™2005 Silver sponsor!

The PULSERS Project will exhibit its latest developments and results in the Net -atHome™2005 showcase floor, while, in addition, Dr Veselin Brankovic, Technical Director of the PULSERS Project, will bring expertise on the standardisation and regulation issues and prospects for the ultra -wideband technology in the conference session devoted to "Home networks: which short term market impact of recent developments in the field?" to be held on November 29, 2005 in the afternoon.

About the PULSERS IST Project
PULSERS (Pervasive Ultra -wideband Low Spectral Energy Radio Systems) is a Consortium and Integrated Project started in January 2004 within the 6th Framework of the EU -IST Programme (FP6). PULSERS aims to develop Ultra Wide Band (UWB) innovative devices starting with proofs of concept and arriving to fully working prototypes...

About Net -atHome2005
Connected Home Developments Worldwide: Net -atHome™, the yearly event not to be missed!
Yearly produced by Homega Research, Net -atHome™, will be held this year on November 29 & 30, 2005, at the Meridien Hotel in Nice, France. Net -atHome™, now in its 8th year, is recognized as the premier and largest international events in Europe covering the connected home developments worldwide and bringing together over 250 key players in the field.

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