HomeRF 2.0 Debuts at CONNECTIONS 2001

May 17, 2001 CONNECTIONS 2001 was highlighted by the debut of HomeRF 2.0, the first public demonstration of wide-band, frequency-hopping technology that performs at up to 10 Mbits/sec.

May 17, 2001 CONNECTIONS 2001, the International Home Networking & Gateways Showcase, was held last week at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle, WA. Co-sponsored by the Continental Automated Building Association (CABA) and market researcher Parks Associates, CONNECTIONS 2001 (www.connectionsconference.com) was highlighted by the debut of HomeRF 2.0, the first public demonstration of wide-band, frequency-hopping technology that performs at up to 10 Mbits/sec. This second-generation specification for wireless home networking supports more phone lines, improved streaming media, and campus roaming, while combining voice, data, and multimedia.

For more information on the HomeRF organization and its new specification, visit its web site at: www.homerf.org.

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