Globalstar's High-wire Act

Alleven, Monica
October 1999
Wireless Week;10/18/99, Vol. 5 Issue 42, p29
Trade Publication
Features the satellite telecommunication service of Globalstar. Comparison between Globalstar and Iridium LLC; Target market of the Globalstar satellite telecommunication service; Prospects for Globalstar's distribution.


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