Laird Technologies announced it will be attending the 4G World 2011 trade show. The trade show is being held at the McCormick Place in Chicago, Illinois, October 24-27, 2011. Laird Technologies can be found at booth #1422.

Laird Technologies will showcase its Long Term Evolution (LTE), Cellular, Backhaul, Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access (WiMAX), Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN), RFID and Wireless Internet Service Provider (WISP) antenna product lines. These antennas are produced using proprietary artificial intelligence antenna design software, creating antenna designs with the tightest patterns and highest gain in the most compact packages.

With proven expertise in high-volume and low-cost manufacturing, a wide selection of gain and mounting styles ensures that virtually every application can be covered. A PowerPoint presentation focusing on the antenna products will also be included.

“4G World is the largest show of its kind that encompasses all the aspects of 4G technology for wireless network and telecommunication applications,” said Quaid Rasheed, Laird Technologies BWA Antenna Product Manager. “Attending this sizable event presents Laird Technologies with an excellent opportunity to directly interact with all attendees, and to also to showcase it antenna product lines to strategic and new customers alike.”

4G World is the only event focused on the future of the fast-growing mobile broadband and mobile Internet markets. Attracting more than 12,000 attendees, the event presents a world-class comprehensive conference program that highlights the rapidly evolving interdependencies between operator business models, mobile network technology and architecture, and mobile Internet applications and services.

An industry leader in the design and manufacture of antennas for mobile devices and wireless data, Laird Technologies possesses end-to-end system knowledge and employs advanced, proprietary design tools to bring novel antenna designs to market with unmatched performance that maximize total system performance and user satisfaction.

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Posted by Janine E. Mooney, Editor

October 21, 2011