Don't tell me what to do, just unwire me

February 2004
Portable Design;Feb2004, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p16
Discusses the author's opinions on the impact of the third-generation wireless offerings. Rules that should be considered by operators in speeding up adoption of the mobile broadband WAN for business and enterprise users; Focus given on the LAN-compatible mobile WAN.


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