Global Team Completes Vision For 4G

Albright, Peggy
October 2002
Wireless Week;10/14/2002, Vol. 8 Issue 37, p36
Trade Publication
Reports that the International Telecommunications Union has approved a document for the continued development of third generation wireless communication systems and for those systems that go beyond it. Remarks from Christine Di Lapi, the U.S. chairwoman of the working party 8F; Projection on the use of wireless services.


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