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BluFlux in the News

Louisville's BluFlux gets patent to boost cellphone signal by two bars

Posted: 03/02/2015 05:21:44 PM MST Updated: 03/19/2015 10:00:46 PM MDT If you've tried everything to get a better cellphone signal, there's one more option coming soon. Developed by Louisville-based BluFlux RF Technologies, a new smartphone case is touted to improve cell signals by at least two bars. How so?

T-Mobile upgrades Colorado network to improve indoor and rural quality

Posted: 08/28/2015 12:01:00 AM MDT T-Mobile has given a boost to its Colorado network and says customers should see better call and data-access quality indoors and in rural areas. "It's important to Denver because you have this crazy mix of areas and topographies that affect signal," said Rich Garwood, T-Mobile's area vice president.

RFID News Roundup

Turck releases new compact RFID read-write head, tags *** Guard RFID announces mobile apps for its AllGuard platform *** Seagull Scientific updates BarTender software *** Xerafy settles lawsuit with SenseStone and Zhejiang Jiakang Electronics *** Smartrac unveils Prelams based on NXP's latest Mifare Plus SE chip *** BluFlux joins DecaWave's partnership program *** Nursing home in Turkey installs Elpas RTLS from Tyco Security Products *** Accutech debuts Tag Test Station for wander-prevention and infant-protection systems.

Wireless startups: FierceWireless' Fierce 15 - 2015

The U.S. wireless industry is maturing and consolidating. LTE is pervasive, smartphones are ubiquitous and the industry is already looking ahead to 5G networks. But there is still a great deal of innovation occurring. Over the years, FierceWireless' "Fierce 15" winners have been the emblems of that innovation, and our lists are an annual celebration of the most creative and promising privately held wireless companies.

Ever wish you had a stronger cellular signal for your smartphone? BluFlux just got a patent for a smartphone case tha...

Sometimes getting a strong cellular signal on a smartphone can be maddening. If you're in a metal or concrete building, the signal can be stunted or missing completely, meaning you have to go outside or walk around until you can find a place where your call will go through or not be dropped.

BluFlux - RF testing - wireless startups - Fierce 15 2015

Where it's based: Louisville, Colo. When it was founded: 2014 Website: www.bluflux.com Why it's Fierce: These days, wireless connectivity is being added to all kinds of devices. But what if you're not a wireless expert or can't hire an RF engineer to help make sure the radios in your new gadget work properly?

BluFlux wins patent for antenna targeting smartphone dead zones - BizWest

LOUISVILLE - Those dropped cellphone calls in "dead zones" may be all in your head. That's the theory behind the patent Louisville-based startup BluFlux announced on Tuesday for what it says is the world's first cellphone case that increases antenna signal while reducing the radiation users receive from everyday use of those phones.

BluFlux's wireless test lab wins industry certification - BizWest

LOUISVILLE - BluFlux, a radio-frequency design, engineering and test company, has been certified as a CTIA-authorized test laboratory for over-the-air performance of wireless devices - the only lab with that authorization in the Rocky Mountain region.

BluFlux partners with Google on hand-gesture sensor - BizWest

LOUISVILLE - Google has selected Louisville-based BluFlux as a partner in the development of a sensor that uses radar technology to capture movements of the human hand. , which provides RF engineering antenna design, created the prototype of the antenna for Project Soli, the interaction sensor for wearable and Internet of Things devices being developed by Google's Advanced Technology and Projects group.

Finalists announced for 2015 IQ Awards - BizWest

BOULDER - Twenty-six companies and five individuals have been selected as finalists in 10 categories for BizWest's 2015 IQ Awards. The competition will be held Tuesday, Oct. 6, at the Boulder Theater, 2032 14th St. in Boulder.

Boulder Valley's RF engineers getting the message out - BizWest

Whether you're a consumer or businessperson frustrated by dropped cellphone connections at crucial moments or a major energy company needing more frequent pressure readings from pipelines and wellheads, radio-frequency technology becomes an invisible but crucial part of your life.

Meet BluFlux's Wireless Test Lab - Boston Commons High Tech

Image Courtesy: link: https://www.linkedin.com/company/bluflux-rf-technologies author: linkedin.com description: What an honor to take home C O N T E N T S: KEY TOPICS LOUISVILLE - BluFlux, a radio-frequency design, engineering and test company, has been certified as a CTIA-authorized test laboratory for over-the-air performance of wireless devices - the only...

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Can't Get Reception? Give BluFlux A Try Have you ever struggled with reception? It's super frustrating, right? Well, while you're busy blaming the phone, the satellite, or your local service representative, turns out your lack of reception may be all your fault. Apparently, your body is the problem.

Meet a tech startup: BluFlux RF Technologies

BluFlux RF Technologies founder Ben Wilmhoff BluFlux RF Technologies Where: Louisville / Web: www.bluflux.com / founded: 2014 Initial Lightbulb: At his previous startup, 1OAK Technologies, Ben Wilmhoff learned that testing wireless devices could be a pain point for small companies. Equipment is expensive and you usually have to work with multiple vendors.

This company is helping Colorado IoT startups thrive

The Internet of Things (IoT) industry is taking off in Colorado. Seemingly everything is being connected to the Internet, and a lot of innovative companies are doing the hard work of developing n

bluflux technologies receives patent for antenna technology that boosts cellphone signals

LOUISVILLE - BluFlux RF Technologies, a provider of RF, antenna and electromagnetic design, engineering and testing services that helps companies bring advanced connected devices to market, today announced it has received a patent for its innovative cellphone case that increases antenna signal and reduces radiation received by cellphone users.

Google's Project Soli gets help from Louisville firm in Internet of Things | Tech+ - The Denver Post

Ivan Poupyrev, founder of Google-funded Project Soli, has long been fascinated with the ultimate input device: the human finger. Precise, fast and natural. Could technology duplicate a finger? "How could we take this incredible capability, finesse of human action, finesse of using our hands and apply it to the virtual world?"

BluFlux Partners With Google ATAP On Project Soli Touchless Radar Sensor

BluFlux' Antenna and RF Design Expertise Support the Development of Millimeter-wave Hand Gesture Sensor for Wearable and Internet of Things Devices BluFlux, a provider of RF engineering, antenna design and OTA testing, today announced that Google's Advanced Technology and Projects (ATAP) group selected the company as one of the partners to develop Project Soli, a new interaction sensor that uses radar technology to capture movements of the human hand.

APEX Awards Recognize 10 Outstanding Technology Leaders - Colorado Technology Association

Friday, November 06, 2015 ( 0 Comments) Colorado Technology Association highlights technology industry accomplishments Denver, Colo. (November 6, 2015) - Colorado Technology Association's hosted its 15 th annual APEX Awardspresented by Comcast, at the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel, on November 5, 2015.

BluFlux wins patent for antenna targeting smartphone dead zones

BluFlux wins patent for antenna targeting smartphone dead zones LOUISVILLE - Those dropped cellphone calls in "dead zones" may be all in your head. That's the theory behind the patent Louisville-based startup BluFlux announced on Tuesday for what it says is the world's first cellphone case that increases antenna signal while reducing the radiation users receive from everyday use of those phones.

RF Engineer demand driven by IoT and 5G trends

Nexius: Accelerating Network and Business Transformation Telecomcareers, an industry leading resume database with over 240,000 searchable resumes According to guest Ben Wilmhoff, founder of BluFlux, a Louisville, Colorado-based RF engineering and test lab, today's ideal RF engineer has experience with each of the following critical components of a wireless communications

Interview with Ben Wilmhoff, President & Founder of BluFlux

BluFlux provides hardware developers with proven RF, antenna and electromagnetic design, engineering, testing and measurement services that reduce the time and cost of bringing the world's most advanced wireless and connected devices to market. everything RF interviewed Ben Wilmhoff, the president and founder of BluFlux to learn more about the company and his take on this interesting space.

BluFlux Partners with Google ATAP on Project Soli Touchless Radar Sensor

Louisville, CO - BluFlux, a provider of RF engineering, antenna design and OTA testing, announces that Google's Advanced Technology and Projects (ATAP) group selected the company as one of the partners to develop Project Soli, a new interaction sensor that uses radar technology to capture movements of the human hand.

Google ATAP Selects BluFlux for Project Soli Touchless Radar Interaction Sensor

BluFlux, a provider of RF engineering, antenna design and OTA testing, today announced that Google's Advanced Technology and Projects (ATAP) group selected the company as one of the partners to develop Project Soli, a new interaction sensor that uses radar technology to capture movements of the human hand.

Watch: BluFlux shows how colossal case ups cellphone signal by 2 bars | Tech+ - The Denver Post

Remember BluFlux RF Technologies in Louisville? I wrote about its new patent for a cellphone case that helps improve bad cellphone signal by extending the antenna away from a user's head and hands. Here's a link to BluFlux's U.S. Patent 8,954,122. The product is still in the prototype stage and the company is looking to work with case makers.