September 2013
Intermedia (0309118X);Sep2013, Vol. 41 Issue 4, p19
Trade Publication
The article focuses on wireless technologies and devices that use licensed internet connectivity. It states that in 2013 less than 2.5 billion devices will be sold that have license-exempt technologies which will not have Radio frequency identification (RFID) chips. It mentions that to enable this to happen a wireless technology standard has been proposed which will use white space to have data exchange between several computers and base station.


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