Wireless Innovation Forum Welcomes Three New Members
02/05/2015

BEEcube, ComSonics and Lime Mirosystems join group advocating for the innovative use of spectrum and advancing radio technologies

Online PR News – 05-February-2015 – Washington, DC – The Wireless Innovation Forum™ (www.WirelessInnovation.org),-profit “mutual benefit corporation” dedicated to advocating for the innovative use of spectrum and advancing radio technologies that support essential or critical communications worldwide, today announced the addition of three new member organizations.

New members include:

Starting from a multi year research project at UC Berkeley BEEcube has grown into the premier supplier of ultra high performance wireless prototyping platforms for 5G and defense applications. As we continue to grow participation in world class wireless organizations such as the Wireless Innovation Forum raises the level of awareness about BEEcube with key customers.

BeeCube (www.beecube.comget="_blank" class="highlight_link" rel="nofollow">http://www.beecube.com)elops and sells platforms used to prototype advanced wireless systems. Platforms consist of both digital (FPGA-based) and analog processing elements and sample rates to 5.6Gsps are supported.

Chen Chang, CEO of BEEcube, "Starting from a multi year research project at UC Berkeley, BEEcube has grown into the premier supplier of ultra high performance wireless prototyping platforms for 5G and defense applications. As we continue to grow, participation in world class wireless organizations, such as the Wireless Innovation Forum, raises the level of awareness about BEEcube with key customers."

ComSonics, Inc. (http://www.comsonics.com/)s a small 100% ESOP business providing test instrumentation to the cable telecommunications industry. Internally developed instrumentation is manufactured in an ultramodern ComSonics facility. A relatively new division provides a line of products and has sights set on additional innovative development in the public safety space. ComSonics sports the largest repair facility for cable centric distribution and instrumentation electronics in the States. A fleet of mobile calibration vehicles provides nationwide on-site instrument calibration.

Lime Microsystems (www.limemicro.com/get="_blank" class="highlight_link" rel="nofollow">http://www.limemicro.com/)cialises in field programmable RF (FP-RF) transceivers for the next generation of wireless broadband systems. Lime’s technology has been adopted by organisations around the world for a wide range of applications from consumer communications equipment -- femtocells and repeaters -- to software defined radio devices for military and emergency services. Applications include comms infrastructure, disaster relief networks, M2M technology and test / verification systems.

Recent accomplishments of Forum members include: publishing its Dynamic Spectrum Sharing Annual Report, the submission of several responses to FCC NPRMs, as well as the creation of multiple specifications and recommendations included in the newly posted SCA 4.1 Draft Standard. Results of the efforts of the Forum’s groups can be found in our Recommendations, Reports and Specifications document library: www.wirelessinnovation.org/knowledge-centerget="_blank" class="highlight_link" rel="nofollow">http://www.wirelessinnovation.org/knowledge-center>.

To get your organization involved or learn more about membership benefits visit www.WirelessInnovation.orgget="_blank" class="highlight_link" rel="nofollow">http://www.WirelessInnovation.org>.

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