German madness threatens 3G wireless

Lynch, Grahame
September 2000
America's Network;09/15/2000, Vol. 104 Issue 14, p18
Trade Publication
Deals with issues surrounding the German auction in mid-August of 2000 for third generation (3G) wireless spectrum licenses. Telecommunication companies involved in the auction; Motivation for the speculative bidding in Germany; Problem facing the wireless code division multiple access networks.


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