Cordless videophone debuts

October 1995
Electronic News;10/2/95, Vol. 41 Issue 2085, p17
Trade Publication
Informs that Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. plans to unveil a cordless videophone system at Telecom '95 that is compatible with Japan's Personal Handyphone System (PHS). How the company is addressing transmission error rates; The automatic repeat request (ARQ) feature.


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