Wireless local loops search for a few good prospects

Shosteck, Herschel
February 1996
America's Network;2/1/96, Vol. 100 Issue 3, p6
Trade Publication
Suggests the use of wireless communications systems to replace the conventional copper wire system. Advantages of wireless communication over traditional communications systems; Need for good communications systems to achieve a viable economy; Need to address the communication needs of the unserved populations of developing nations.


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