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2002-05-09 Wireless LANs stand to gain from 3G delays
WLAN technology could become an unexpected beneficiary of the delayed rollout of 3G wireless services, analysts said.
2005-07-13 Samsung Electronics to export W-CDMA in Taiwan
Samsung Electronics has closed a supply contract with Taiwan's 3G mobile communications operator Vibo.
2002-12-16 Nokia, Radiolinja test subscriber positioning technology
Nokia and Radiolinja have successfully demonstrated service-area identity positioning technology that will be included in Nokia's mPosition product
2004-03-09 Motorola, Lucent seen struggling in UMTS infrastructure market
America's two big mobile phone infrastructure players, Lucent Technologies and Motorola Inc., are paying dearly for their lack of UMTS (or wideband CDMA) development, according to market researchers
2007-01-24 WiMAX trails in 4G race
WiMAX won't grab the brass ring as the technology that defines 4G cellular systems, but it is likely to capture a healthy minority stake in that emerging sector.
2001-02-01 Packet switching right choice for wireless
The Internet switching model can cost two orders of magnitude less than conventional circuit architectures, making the economics of an IP network very attractive.
2005-11-04 Nokia launches mobile-TV phone
Nokia Corp.'s first phone capable of receiving mobile broadcast TV, the N92, employs a novel industrial design using a hinged, 2.8-inch display that lets the device sit on a table like a portable DVD player or twist into an LCD viewfinder like a handheld video camera.
2004-08-30 Motorola inks deal with DoCoMo for 3G phones
Japan's largest mobile network operator NTT DoCoMo Inc. and Motorola Japan Ltd have teamed to develop business phones based on the Japanese third-generation (3G) FOMA specification.
2003-06-09 Lucent strengthens R&D in China
Lucent Technologies announced that it is has invested about $50 million to enhance its existing R&D capabilities in China.
2003-04-23 China's 3G drive prompts industry maneuvering
China's third-generation mobile standard will see the light of day.
2005-06-27 China set to delay issue of 3G licenses, says report
Technical hang-ups with China's domestic 3G standard look likely to delay the handing out of 3G licenses this year, according to research firm iSuppli.
2006-07-13 3G in China taking longer than expected
3G development in China is taking longer than expected, and pundits are exasperated. Its commercialization will depend on the readiness of TD-SCDMA, which is considered the underdog standard. Will it take three generations for 3G to happen?
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