Personal Magnetism

Peterson, Shane
December 2003
Government Technology;Dec2003, Vol. 16 Issue 16, p09
Academic Journal
Provides information on the universal wireless headset based on magnetic communications technology unveiled by Aura Communications and foneGEAR in 2003. Advantages of the magnetic induction technology; Limitations of radio frequency wireless communication systems; Expectations on the wireless headset.


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