Innovations: the top dozen

Webb, William
June 2008
Engineering & Technology (17509637);6/7/2008, Vol. 3 Issue 10, p72
Academic Journal
William Webb, head of R&D at UK communications regulator Ofcom, selects the best dozen wireless innovations that have either impressed over the past decade or which may well strike it rich during the next decade.


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