XtendWave Delivers Enhanced Last Mile Solution at 0.0 Bit Error Rate

DALLAS—(BUSINESS WIRE)—November 7, 2006— XtendWave, Inc. (http://www.xtendwave.com), a fabless semiconductor company with patent-pending products for wireless and wireline CPEs (customer premise equipment), has announced the successful third party validation of its product by tekVizion Labs (http://www.tekvizionLabs.com), an independent testing and certification/verification lab for communications products and applications.

"Our technology has proven that it can deliver data at 1.5Mbps with 0.0 bit error rate (BER) over a single copper pair for 20,000 feet," stated Marc Landry, CEO of XtendWave. "It also delivers greater throughput at farther distances with zero errors, far exceeding traditional DSL capabilities with a 10 (to the negative 3) BER."

Chris Freeman, tekVizion's Vice President of Sales noted, "tekVizion diligently scrutinized the testing in an effort to disprove XtendWave's capabilities as our engineers rarely see a 0.0 BER. The first test was with the test generator, and the second was performed with the CERJAC TI signal generator. Both were successfully completed as specified in the test plan on September 25, 2006."

The XtendWave technology is suitable for any communications application including wireless (Wi-Fi, WiMax, Ultra-Wideband), cable, satellite, power and storage systems. It enables carriers and broadband service providers to enhance their profitability by improving operations, reducing costs and extending the life of legacy copper infrastructure.

By increasing the strength, speed/bitrate and distance between termination points, it provides the ability to increase or upgrade service offerings to existing customers. The significantly longer "reach" also enables new service to markets previously out of range.

In communications, the encoding and modulation comprises the selection of a set of base-band symbols with the assignment of data elements, and the allocation of energy to these symbols. The symbols comprise frequency components having finite energy levels, which exist for some time duration. By assigning transmitter energy to a more compact representation in time and frequency, XtendWave yields a symbol less degraded by noise. The XtendWave solution leverages adaptive filter-bank modulation (AFBM) and base-band symbols coordinated in wavelet space. AFBM wavelet space is spanned by special wavelets that are spectrally adapted to the channels.

Test details and information covering XtendWave's current funding round are available from Marc Landry, CEO mlandry@xtendwave.com Tel: 469-916-6595 x105.

tekVizion and tekVizion Labs are trademarks of, and FastForward is a service mark of tekVizion PVS, Inc. Other products mentioned may be trademarks of their respective corporations.

About tekVizion PVS, Inc.

tekVizion (www.tekvizion.com) is setting the new standard for systems integration in the telecommunications industry. tekVizion Labs(TM) is the first interoperability certification lab of its kind, and tekVizion's suite of FastForward(SM) services helps service providers achieve a smooth transition to packet-voice networks, speeding delivery of integrated services. tekVizion leverages its real-world, multi-vendor integration and test experience and proven processes to provide leading vendors, carriers, and enhanced service providers with solutions that meld legacy and next-generation resources.


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