Omnipoint Seeks GSM Location Market

Albright, Peggy
August 1999
Wireless Week;08/09/99, Vol. 5 Issue 32, p23
Trade Publication
Reports that Omnipoint Technologies Inc. (OTI) is pursuing a product line with a technology focus on location services for global system for mobile communications (GSM) operators. United States Federal Communications Commission's mandate on the development of location technologies; Location standards that have been developed for offering location services on GSM networks; Comments from Gregg Davis of OTI on the issue.


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