CPS awards licence to Ericsson

October 2002
Electronics Weekly;10/2/2002, Issue 2070, p8
Trade Publication
Reports that Cambridge Positioning Systems has awarded a sub-license for its Cursor E-OTD location technology to Ericsson. Information on the Cursor E-OTD technology.


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