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Hand Data announces two new ActiveX controls for Pocket PC

Minneapolis, 11/14/01 - Hand Data Inc. announced today the release of two new ActiveX controls for Microsoft Pocket PC application developers. The latest additions include PPSound, a control that allows easy incorporation of various sound recording and playback functions on the Pocket PC, and PPFft, a control designed for easy implementation of Fast Fourier transforms on data sets within the Pocket PC for signal processing applications. With the addition of these new controls, Hand Data has added to its growing list of tools for the professional Pocket PC developer and has solidified its position as the number one marketing resource for developers of Pocket PC add-in controls. PPSound gives the application developer the ability to activate the sound recording capabilities built into the Pocket PC from inside of an eVB or eVC application. In addition, this control also allows playback of recorded sounds and reading and writing of .WAV files to save and retrieve sound files. PPFft is a control designed to provide the eVB and eVC developer access to a range of basic signal processing functions. This control includes the ability to do Forward FFT, Inverse FFT, and Integer square root of the sum of the squares from inside your custom application. These two new controls are compatible with both embedded Visual Basic and embedded C++ applications. They are royalty free and carry a 30 day money back guarantee. For more information or to purchase, see

Hand Data Inc. is a Minneapolis-based development company specializing in mobile and wireless applications for business, industry, recreation, and corporate developers. For further information, please visit our web site at 

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