The WALTER hosted WiMedia PHY and Platform C&I testing
5th to 7th October 2009 - ETSI Headquarter Sophia-Antipolis (France)
The EU project WALTER invites you to a compliance and interop testing event for PHY and MAC (platform) implementations based on the WiMedia standard. The PHY testing is provided by onsite support of Agilent and the platform testing by onsite support of Ellisys. The testing is intended to be in compliance with corresponding WiMedia certification procedures.
This event should give interested companies with implementations based on the WiMedia standard the possibility of executing the compliance and interop tests on their devices in the transition time between the activities of WiMedia and the newly started activities in the receiving SIGs (Bluetooth SIG and USB-IF).
Evaluation for potential WiMedia PHY Certification will be available.
Evaluation for potential WiMedia Platform Certification at this event will be possible, provided that there are at least three independently-developed implementations participating. Waivers for non-compliance to WiMedia specifications will only be possible using existing exceptions to participating implementations due to resource constraints.
This test event is made in conjunction of the WALTER workshop starting on 6th October. The workshop will focus on two major topics:
• Detect And Avoid (DAA) measuring issues and the solutions that WALTER offers
• Problem of measurement in noisy environment and the WALTER solution to this problem.
Please see details and agenda of the workshop at:
The workshop is free of charge but it needs registration.
The workshop will be held in ETSI premises, main building. ETSI is situated in the heart of Sophia Antipolis in the south of France.
650 Route des Lucioles
06 921 Sophia Antipolis Cedex
Tel: +33 4 92 94 42 00
ETSI, Technical Expert
PHY test contact Platform test contact
Mark Lombardi, Agilent
Laurent Guinnard, Ellisys
This event is made in conjunction of the WALTER workshop starting on 6th October. Please register at: http://www.etsi.org/WebSite/NewsandEvents/200910_WALTERPROJECT.aspx
More info on the WALTER Project can be found at:
More info on the WALTER Workshop can be found at:
The European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) is an independent, non-profit organization, whose mission is to produce telecommunications standards for today and for the future.
Based in Sophia-Antipolis in the south of France, ETSI unites about 700 members from 60 countries, and brings together manufacturers, network operators and service providers, administrations, research bodies and users - providing a forum in which all key players can contribute. On the web: http://www.etsi.org
DIRECTIONS TO THE VENUE
Sophia Antipolis can be easily reached via the A8 motorway. Taking around 20 minutes
to reach from the airport.
Follow this link for map and direction.
The nearest main airport is NICE, which has regular national and international flights.
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