Inventor receives patent for using power lines to deploy WLL

Mooney, Elizabeth V.
September 1999
RCR;09/20/99, Vol. 18 Issue 38, p103
Trade Publication
Reports on Maryland inventor Paul Kline's receipt of a patent for a wireless local distribution system using standard power lines. Details of Kline's patent application; Components of the fixed wireless terminal; System's ability to reduce the cost of wireless telecommunications.


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