PCS products

November 1997
Telephony;11/17/97 Supplement, Vol. 233 Issue 20, p30
Trade Publication
Features several products for personal communications service (PCS) applications. Includes automated mobile receiver and transmitter testing software; Silicon barrier dioxide double-balanced mixer; Non-penetrating roof-mount for antennas.


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