For Immediate Release - June 16, 2004


Elliott to Present Two Papers and Two Workshops at Premier Industry Event

SUNNYVALE, Calif. June 16 - Elliott Laboratories, Silicon Valley's premier regulatory compliance testing and consulting firm, will participate in two workshops and present two papers at the IEEE's annual EMC Symposium in Santa Clara, CA this August.

On Friday August 13, Mark Briggs, VP/Engineering of Elliott Laboratories, will discuss the topic of regulatory requirements for wireless devices in the European Union during the full-day IEEE 802.11 Wireless workshop, which will focus on the explosive deployment of 802.11 wireless local area networks.

Also on Friday August 13, Eddie Pavlu, President of Elliott Laboratories, will chair the EMC Design Methodologies and Practical Applications workshop, which will present an overview of various design methodologies with a focus on their impact on products.

In addition to these two workshops, Elliott Laboratories will also be presenting two papers at the Symposium. In conjunction with the lntel Wireless Products Division, Elliott will present a paper titled Power Measurements of OFDM and DSSS Signals, which will discuss the pros and cons associated with each of the widely utilized measurement methodologies. Additionally, David Bare, CTO of Elliott Laboratories, will present a paper titled EMC for Medical Devices, which will focus on the unique regulatory compliance challenges faced by medical device manufacturers.

Elliott Laboratories will also be exhibiting at the EMC Symposium 2004 and can be found in the exhibit hall at booth #508.

About Elliott Laboratories Inc.

Based in the heart of Silicon Valley, Elliott Laboratories is a world-class EMC, Product Safety, Telecom and Wireless compliance engineering company providing a full range of testing and consulting services. With over 20 years of experience servicing the needs of product designers and manufacturers, the company helps its many clients save time and money by achieving their regulatory compliance requirements quickly and efficiently, enabling them to bring their products to market without costly delays.

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Tom Wetzel
Elliott Laboratories