EOTD: Location, location, location

Bazzy, Jared
April 2002
Telecommunications - Americas Edition;Apr2002, Vol. 36 Issue 4, p28
Trade Publication
Focuses on the emergence of enhanced observed time difference (EOTD) as the technology choice for global system for mobile (GSM) communication networks. Nature of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission mandate for wireless carriers; Invention of the EOTD by Cambridge Positioning Systems; Incorporation of the technology with wireless equipment.


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