Arar, Yardena; Mcleod, Ramon G.
October 2003
PCWorld;Oct2003, Vol. 21 Issue 10, p30
Features a new generation of wireless technologies geared up to start competing against cable, digital subscriber line and hot spots. Key features if Navini's wireless modem; Test of the IPWireless' technology on the Hawaiian island of Maui; Companies that have developed wireless broadband technologies.


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