Philips ups Cellular-Vision stake

June 1994
Broadcasting & Cable;6/6/94, Vol. 124 Issue 23, p58
Reports on Philips Electronics' ownership of CellularVision's cell-based wireless technology. Features of the technology; Application; Philips investment in CellularVision Technologies and Telecommunications; CellularVision's reason for accepting Philips investment.


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