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October 14, 2009 at 11:58 AM

Future of wireless tech, at IEEE event in Bellevue

If you’re curious about the future of wireless networks and devices, the regional chapter of the IEEE has organized a pretty useful sounding workshop in Bellevue on Oct. 30 and 31.

Wireless sensor networks, 4G mobile broadband, personal area networks and wireless medical applications are among the topics that will be covered by speakers from AT&T, Intel, Impinj, Intermec, the University of Washington and other organizations.

But you have to be $275 curious to attend, or $200 if you’re an IEEE member. More details about the IEEE Pacific Northwest Wireless Workshop 2009 are at IEEE-Seattle.org.

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