Superconductor Technologies Inc. to Present at IWPC Conferences.
The first forum, hosted by France Telecom, is titled: "Advanced Handset Technologies - Reconfigurable/Smart Radios, Power Management and Smart User Interface Technologies." It is being held in Grenoble, France from Oct. 24th to 27th. The title of Dr. Hammond's presentation is: "Compact, Tunable, RF Filter Technologies."
The second event, hosted by Siemens, is titled "Reconfigurable Radios for Versatile Base Stations - Power Amplifiers, Transceivers, Antenna Subsystems." It will be held in Munich, Germany from December 12th to 15th. The title of Dr. Hammond's presentation is: "Frequency Agile Superconducting Filters for Wireless Base Stations."
About Superconductor Technologies Inc. (STI)
Superconductor Technologies Inc., headquartered in Santa Barbara, CA, is a leading provider of high performance infrastructure products for wireless voice and data applications. STI's SuperLink(R) solution increases capacity utilization, lowers dropped and blocked calls, extends coverage, and enables faster wireless data rates. Its AmpLink(TM) solution enhances the performance of wireless base stations by improving receiver sensitivity and geographic coverage.
SuperLink and AmpLink are trademarks of Superconductor Technologies Inc. in the United States and in other countries. For information about STI, please visit http://www.suptech.com/.
For further information please contact please contact Investor Relations, Kirsten Chapman, firstname.lastname@example.org, or Moriah Shilton, both of Lippert / Heilshorn & Associates, +1-415-433-3777, for Superconductor Technologies Inc.
CONTACT: Investor Relations, Kirsten Chapman, email@example.com, or Moriah Shilton, both of Lippert / Heilshorn & Associates, +1-415-433-3777, for Superconductor Technologies Inc.
Web site: http://www.suptech.com/
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