Mobility And Beyond: The Next 20 Years

Brown, Karen
October 2003
Wireless Week;Oct2003 Supplement, Vol. 9, p22
Trade Publication
Discusses the future of the wireless communication industry in the U.S. Factors that could contribute to the creation of several wireless local area network standards; Advantages and disadvantages of software-defined radio designs; Possible development of three-dimensional imaging on wireless devices by Intel Corp.


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