Chinese gambit for wireless standard

Manners, David
March 2007
Electronics Weekly;3/14/2007, Issue 2279, p3
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the efforts of the Chinese government to achieve successful deployment and take-up of TD-SCDMA technology. The government has told the World Trade Organization that it will license multiple 30 standards but it has not issued any 30 licenses. The government has embarked on a TD-SCDMA trial, which is said to cover 80 to 100 million people, about a third of the population of the U.S.


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