Specifications approved for IMT-2000

November 1999
RCR;11/15/99, Vol. 18 Issue 46, p26
Trade Publication
Reports that a group of radio experts on IMT-2000 have approved a set of terrestrial and satellite radio interface specifications for IMT-2000 that will allow mobile operators to evolve their networks toward third-generation service capabilities.


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