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Motorola training event rolls into town - Updated

02 Sep 10

Mainly aimed at the education market, the sessions will offer a review the fundamentals of RF and WLAN standards as well as give you an introduction to 802.11 WLAN protocol and operations.

The event will also provide you with an opportunity to hear from company experts about a Motorola wireless networking solution could benefit a campus.

There are three sessions to be held in Australia and one in Auckland, New Zealand.

The Langham Hotel

October 13th

9am – 4:30pm

You can find out more about the event and register your interest here.

Last month Motorola Australia appointed Connector Systems as a distributor of its wireless network solutions in New Zealand.

Update: Connector has been in touch to say that there are still a few places left on the course this Wednesday.

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