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The following web sites provide a good starting point to begin learning more about Ultra Wideband technology, as well as current alternative wireless formats, via some of the better resources available on the Internet. With these as a starting point, a significant amount of additional information can be found.

The Ultra Wideband Work Group is an association of companies and individuals currently working in the field of Ultra Wideband technology.
 

Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG)
An interesting starting point insomuch as Bluetooth is presently perhaps the largest wireless technology collaboration project. Based in the US on 2.4GHz RF technology, almost 1700 participants in the Bluetooth SIG

Wireless Design Online
Daily news and product updates for professionals in the communications industry. Information on manufacturing, technology, equipment, supplies, discussion forums, online chat, newsletter and software.

Wireless Application Protocol Forum
The Wireless Application Protocol is a global specification intended to standardize the way wireless devices exchange and display voice and data. Already in use in Europe and Japan and set to enter the U.S. on devices this year (2000), WAP defines a new language - WML (Wireless Markup Language) - for creating Web pages intended for use by wireless devices such as cell phones and wireless connected PDA's. Made up of more than 200 companies

CDMA Development Group
The CDMA Development Group (CDG) is a consortium of companies who have joined together to lead the adoption and evolution of CDMA wireless systems around the world. The CDG is comprised of the world's leading CDMA service providers and vendors.

Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM)
The GSM Association is a global body encompassing Europe's leading wireless communications standard. It is responsible for the development, deployment and evolution of the GSM standard for digital wireless communications and for the promotion of the GSM platform. The Association represents the interests of over 400 GSM, Satellite and 3rd Generation networks operators, regulator and administrative bodies and key manufacturers and suppliers to the GSM industry.

Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA) (http://www.tetramou.com)
TETRA is a open digital trunked radio standard which is defined by the European Telecommunications Standardisation Institute (ETSI). TETRA represents 56 organizations from 19 countries. The group of manufacturers represents the entire European PMR industry, exclusive of MATRA and AEG. All are potential Pulse~LINK™ licensees.

DECT Forum
Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications. A digital cordless telecommunications standard that has won a significant market share in the last few years, thus becoming a preferred choice for various applications and enlarging its footprint in over 100 countries worldwide.

Wireless Ethernet Compatibility Alliance
Comprised of over 30 companies, WECA's mission is to certify interoperability of Wi-Fi™ (IEEE 802.11High Rate) wireless LAN products and to promote Wi-Fi™ as the standard for wireless LAN deployments across all market segments. Wi-Fi™ certified products are based on the IEEE 802.11 Wireless LAN Standard, which represents proven technology and offers wireless connectivity at speeds up to 11 Mbps.

Wireless Communications Association, Intl.
The Wireless Communications Association International (WCA) represents the fixed broadband wireless access industry worldwide. Their mission is to advance the interests of the wireless systems that provide data (including Internet and e-commerce), voice and video services on a subscription basis through land-based towers to fixed reception/transmit devices. Membership is comprised of fixed wireless system operators worldwide, as well as: equipment and service suppliers; video, software and other content providers; financial institutions; and engineers, attorneys and other consultants. Of note is also WCA's BWA Marketing and Communications Committee organized to foster dissemination of the information about the growth of broadband wireless access.

European Telecommunications Standards Organization (ETSI)
ETSI (the European Telecommunications Standards Institute) is a non-profit making organization whose mission is to produce the telecommunications standards that will be used for decades to come throughout Europe and beyond. Based in Sophia Antipolis (France), ETSI unites 730 members from 51 countries inside and outside Europe, and represents administrations, network operators, manufacturers, service providers, research bodies and users.

3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP)
A cooperative effort for the production of Technical Specifications for a 3rd Generation Mobile System based on the evolved GSM core networks and the radio access technologies that the Organizational Partners support (i.e. UTRA both FDD and TDD modes).

Global Mobile Suppliers Association
GSA is the only representative body for the GSM supplier industry. It is an organisation created to meet suppliers' needs and already represents over 70% of GSM market share globally. Membership is open to all suppliers of GSM systems and services, from across the entire supply chain.

Universal Mobile Telecommunications System
UMTS is a part of the International Telecommunications Union's IMT-2000' vision of a global family of 'third-generation' (3G) mobile communications systems. UMTS will deliver low-cost, high-capacity mobile communications offering data rates up to 2Mbit/sec with global roaming and other advanced capabilities. UMTS services will be commercially launched in 2001. Over 210 participating member companies.

Universal Wireless Communications Consortium
Founded in 1996, Universal Wireless Communications Consortium (UWCC) is an international association of over 100 carriers and vendors supporting TDMA (Time Division Multiple Access) and WIN (Wireless Intelligent Network) technology standards.

 
 

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