Centurion unveils stubby antennas

August 2003
Mobile Radio Technology;Aug2003, Vol. 21 Issue 8, p70
Trade Publication
Product Review
Introduces the product line of fixed antennas for handheld devices from Centurion Wireless Technologies Inc. in the U.S. Decrease of the overall production time needed to assemble handheld devices; Specifications; Applicability.


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