Hot spots go wide

Tanner, John C.
February 2004
Wireless Asia;Feb2004, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p22
Discusses the alternative vision of 3G wireless technology being taken up by wireless communication companies. Factors for the lackluster performance of 3G handsets in the market; Basic idea of building Internet telephony-based networks that provide broadband wireless connections to data terminals over wide distances; Lower cost of service than existing air interfaces.


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