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|Fractus to present at Antenna Systems 2006 Conference|
Barcelona - Fractus, the pioneer developer of fractal antenna technology, has been chosen to lead a technical session on the multi-band predicament facing the mobile phone industry at the Antenna Systems & Short-Range Wireless 2006 Conference in Washington DC today.
Dr. Jaume Anguera, R&D Manager for Fractus’ handset division, will explore how the growing number of wireless standards entering the mobile handset is putting a major strain on the antenna. The presentation will assess the various geometry-based and materials-based solutions to the multi-band predicament as well as technology that allows one antenna to operate in multiple bands and modes simultaneously.
“The pace of innovation and advancement in antenna systems and technology for short-range wireless is constantly accelerating, with Bluetooth now pervasive and new standards such as UWB moving the frontiers ever onwards,” said conference chair Jeremy Martin. “With speakers such as Fractus, the conference is bringing together 40 of the leading innovators in their fields to create a platform for continued innovation together with networking opportunities and the chance to build lasting business relationships with technology leaders drawn from multiple markets.”
Antenna Systems 2006, again co-located with Short-Range Wireless 2006, is a once-a-year opportunity to network with and learn from the foremost experts involved in advancing antenna systems and short-range wireless standards and technology.
For more information on Antenna Systems 2006 and to view the current program, please visit the web site at: https://www.antennasonline.com/ast_conf2006_index.htm
About Dr. Jaume Anguera:
Dr Anguera manages research and development for Fractus’ Mobile Handset division worldwide. He joined Fractus in December 1999 following extensive research experience in the field of antenna technology. In October 2003 Jaume moved to Fractus’ Korean office to lead design and development of miniature and multi-band antennas for mobile handsets. There he worked closely with customers such as Samsung, LG, Bellwave, Innostream, EzzeTech, and Pantech-Curitel. He holds a degree and a PhD from Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC).
Jueves, 07 Septiembre, 2006 - 11:53