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- A seller's market. Carter, Wayne // Telephony;02/09/98 Supplement, Vol. 234 Issue 6, p22
Examines the job market for the wireless communication industry in the United States. Demand for engineers in the industry; Factors contributing to the declining size of the market; Opportunities for top-level executive positions; Changes in the industry's need for salespeople; Efforts of...
- Wireless Lends A Lifeline. Vaughan, Allyson // Wireless Week;01/31/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 5, p1
Deals with the benefit offered by mobile phone on the people in North Carolina who experienced East Coast storms. Power failures experienced by wireless systems caused by storms.
- Digging into cultural wireless issues. Shaw, Keith // Network World;06/11/2001, Vol. 18 Issue 24, p48
Editorial. Discusses a report published by Context-Based Research Group focusing on consumer usage of wireless communication devices in several cities as of June 11, 2001. Stockholm, Sweden-based users' perception of cellular telephones as extension of their personalities.
- Meaningful Dividends Humanize World of Technology. Blake, Pat // Wireless Review;11/01/99, Vol. 16 Issue 21, p14
Illustrates how wireless telecommunication systems help humans in their day to day life. Samples of incidents in which wireless communications systems have helped people; Reasons for the growth in demand of wireless service; Role of carriers and the United States Federal Communications...
- Scanning... Bishop, Don // Mobile Radio Technology;Jul98, Vol. 16 Issue 7, p4
Editorial. Comments on issues concerning telecommunications. Problem with shortage of radio technicians in the United States; China Unicom '98 trade fair in Guangzhou, China.
- Catch the waves. // Professional Engineering;02/24/99, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p5
Reports on the British government's Ride the Wave campaign which aims to promote radio communications careers among students to meet the increase in demand for radio specialists.
- POWER AT YOUR FINGERTIPS. Pearson-McNeil, Cheryl // Washington Informer;9/23/2010, Vol. 46 Issue 49a, p25
The article presents the use of wireless technology, especially the use of mobile phones, as a form of aid to help others, wherein the author cites a research from Nielsen Co. stating that more than 136 million people around the world has responded to the needs of the Haiti Earthquake victims.
- A Newfound Desire. Allen, Dan // Wireless Week;10/8/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 41, p33
Comments on the use of wireless communication technology by people in the United States. Importance of wireless technology on the interpersonal relationships of men; Reasons of people for buying wireless cellular telephones; Role of mobile users' demands on the development of wireless technology.
- Communication Overload. Allen, Andrea // SHOOT;7/13/2001, Vol. 42 Issue 28, p4
Ponders on the influence of wireless communication technology on people. Advances in wireless technology; Impact of wireless communications on film production; Consequences of technology use.