European Cordless Technology Coming to U.S

Smith, Brad
June 2006
Wireless Week;6/1/2006, Vol. 12 Issue 12, p22
Trade Publication
Reports on the decision of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission to approve the unlicensed spectrum to be used by Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunication (DECT) providers in the country. Difference between Europe's DECT and that of the U.S.; Advantages of the DECT to wireless vendors and operators; Role of SpectraLink in the emergence of DECT in the U.S.


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