Intel Lawmakers Support Wi-Fi

Rockwell, Mark
October 2002
Wireless Week;10/28/2002, Vol. 8 Issue 39, p10
Trade Publication
Reports that lawmakers and technology companies continue to support the idea of using unlicensed telecommunication spectrum to help improve the U.S. economy. Information on the plan of chipmaker Intel to invest in companies willing to develop Wi-Fi applications; Provisions of the Wireless Technology Investment and Digital Dividends Act, introduced by Representative Edward Markey, D-Mass.


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