Battery Issues Merit Attention

Patel, Nick
December 2000
Wireless Week;12/11/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 49, p45
Trade Publication
Discusses the application of batteries in wireless devices in the United States as of December 2000. Use of battery capacity to electronic devices; Effort made by battery manufacturers on power densities and chemical technologies.


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