Power is Key to 3G Wireless

Heacock, David
August 2000
Electronic News;08/07/2000, Vol. 46 Issue 32, p28
Trade Publication
Comments on the need to address key technologies to ensure the practical functionality of the third-generation wireless cellular radio. Concerns over power management; Information on battery charging; Changes taking place in the size of the battery and power supply.


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