Wireless Reps Press Agenda, Despite Disruptive Demonstrations
- Spending In Seattle: Wireless Shells Out For WTO. Vaughan, Allyson // Wireless Week;11/08/99, Vol. 5 Issue 45, p8
Focuses on the wireless companies that will sponsor the World Trade Organization (WTO) Ministerial Conference in Seattle, Washington in 1999. Date of the conference; Amount contributed by Nextel; Comments from Nextel Pacific Mountain spokeswoman Jacqueline Jenerette.
- GATS 2000. Harris, Scott Blake // Satellite Communications;Nov99, Vol. 23 Issue 11, p42
Argues that the satellite communications industry in the United States should be involved in the January 2000 negotiations for the General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) 2000. Reasons for the involvement of the satellite industry; Issues that the World Trade Organization will discuss in...
- Tubers talk China. Sullivan, Maureen // Variety;12/06/99, Vol. 377 Issue 4A, p32
Focuses on the trade deal between the World Trade Organization and China during the sixth annual Cable and Satellite Broadcasting Association of Asia conference in Hong Kong, China. Conditions under the agreement; Changes in China's television networks.
- Learning Worldly Prepaid Lessons. Meyer, Thomas // Wireless Week;08/30/99, Vol. 5 Issue 35, p33
Discusses the status of prepaid services in the wireless communication industry of the United States (US). Primary areas that have affected the initial domestic acceptance of prepaid services; Problems that prevent the widespread domestic adoption of prepaid service; How US companies can...
- SDR Opens Up New Vistas. Blust, Stephen // Wireless Week;01/03/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p49
Stresses the potential of software-defined radio (SDR) technology in the wireless industry. How the technology works; Benefits of SDR-based handsets; Limitations of traditional radio technology.
- Freedom Of Choice In The Wild Wireless Data World. Tyra, Ken // Wireless Week;03/20/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 12, p69
Focuses on the option choices of wireless communication users. Factors that influenced the increase in communication offerings; Model that can help users access information anytime and anywhere.
- The Time Is Now. Kalogris, Michael // Wireless Week;04/10/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 15, p37
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- SMS In The USA. Gehrt, Jennifer // Wireless Week;08/28/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 35, p61
Encourages the wireless carriers in the United States to offer short messaging service (SMS). Advice on creating a robust SMS market in the U.S.; Factor that will affect the adoption of SMS; Important benefit of SMS.
- Realize Next-Gen Now. Alleven, Monica // Wireless Week;8/20/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 34, p4
Offers suggestions to telecommunication carriers in the United States before next-generation spectrum becomes available. Suggestion from wireless data guru Andy Seybold; Most ideal spectrum for third generation wireless communication services.