Motorola Takes Own Road With 1X Plus

Albright, Peggy
March 2000
Wireless Week;03/13/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 11, p28
Trade Publication
Introduces 1X Plus, a technology used in telecommunication from Motorola. Information on Motorola's network solutions; Advantages being offered by the technology to operators of code division multiple access; Features of the 1X Plus approach.


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