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November 20, 2004 Show:   Topic: Wireless LANs  Guest: John Stuckey
ParkerVision, Inc. designs, develops and manufactures complete solutions for wireless products based on the enabling, patented D2D technology. ParkerVision's, http://www.parkervision.com, D2D technology, along with the system engineering, enables the development of wireless products that offer the highest performance and reliability while consuming low power and are at a competitive cost.

Vice President of Corporate Strategy and Business Development John Stuckey discusses the SignalMAX(TM) wireless networking products. SignalMAX products are compatible with all 802.11b/g networks and are guaranteed to improve distance and eliminate "dead-zones" even when used with other manufacturers' gear.
Listen To ParkerVisionNovember 20, 2004 interview
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