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- High time for Europe to embrace EDGE technology. // Electronics Weekly;10/15/2003, Issue 2119, p3
European mobile phone operators should follow the lead given by their counterparts in the U.S. and race ahead with the adoption of EDGE technology for their next generation of high speed data services. Significantly Nokia is starting to push EDGE in Europe. With EDGE offering 200kbit/s and more...
- 3G Bugs Could Make Bluetooth Fly Right. Stokes, Kim // Wireless Design & Development;Jul2001, Vol. 9 Issue 7, p4
Comments on the need for an upgrade in cellular telephones. Impact on the end users; Implications of customer satisfaction for the success of cellular telephone manufacturers; Complexities in the voicemail system of the telephones; Comparison of the capabilities between 3G and Bluetooth technology.
- Sending out the wrong signals. // Precision Marketing;4/12/2002, Vol. 14 Issue 28, p48
Deals with the development of a high-technology mobile telephone designed to improve the quality of calls made in crowded, noisy environments. Principle behind the equipment; Drawbacks.
- Camera Phones, Color Screens To Spur Wireless Upgrades In '03. Palenchar, Joseph // TWICE: This Week in Consumer Electronics;1/9/2003, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p122
Reports on the popularity of wireless phones in the U.S. equipped with digital cameras and computer technology. Inclusion of Java programs in mobile phones to download games and entertainment applications; Availability of Multimedia Messaging Service in color-screen mobile phones; Statistics on...
- CDMA pushes up handset sales. Ryan, Denise; Dugan, Sean M. // InfoWorld;10/04/99, Vol. 21 Issue 40, p20
Presents news briefs related to market researches in the information technology industry as of October 4, 1999. Sales of mobile handsets in the United States in the second-quarter of 1999; Consumer trends on mass access devices; Forecast on the operation of online brokers.
- Institute Develops Speech-to-Text Technology. // India -- West;2/10/2012, Vol. 37 Issue 12, pB6
The article reports on the efforts of the International Institute of Information Technology in Hyderbad, India to create a mobile technology that converts speech input into language and text messages which it plans to finish by 2014.
- Dual band upconverter MMIC. // Wireless Design & Development;Aug2000, Vol. 8 Issue 8, p42
Reports that Agilent Technologies has announced the release of the HPMX-7202, a dual-band, tri-mode upconverter MMIC for use in mobile phone handsets which operate with 800 MHz and 1900 MHz CDMA and conventional AMPS services. Description and evaluation of the product.
- Industry sends a message in a bottle. Els, Frik // Finance Week;12/14/2001, p42
Reports on the status of the cellular telephone industry in South Africa. Forecast on the decline of the handset sales; Innovations to the cellphones; Features of the Multimedia Message Service. INSET: Dutch ground Airborn..
- 1999 Best of What's New. Phillips, William G. // Popular Science;Dec99, Vol. 255 Issue 6, p59
Offers a look at several innovations in science and technology in 1999. R380 cellphone and personal organizer from Ericsson; Revolution snow-mobile from Redline company; iBook laptop computer from Apple Computer Inc.; Details on the research finding that opens the possibility of treating...