Piecing Together The Network

Wickham, Rhonda
October 2003
Wireless Week;Oct2003 Supplement, Vol. 9, p8
Trade Publication
Discusses the significance of competition in the telecommunication industry to the improvement in wireless networks in the U.S. Impact of the release of an advanced mobile phone service from AT&T Corp. on the wireless industry; Reasons behind the incompatibility of global system for mobile communications from Europe with the spectrum in the U.S.; Benefits of code division multiple access released by Qualcomm Inc. to the wireless communication system. INSET: Digital Lines Divide Industry.


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