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Första GSM-samtalet på ny frekvens
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Nokia har genomfört vad man tror är världens första publika samtalet via ett GSM 850 MHz-nätverk. Den nya frekvensen skapar förutsättning för verkligt global roaming via GSM.
Inside job for low power network system with reduced error rate
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Engineers from Pennsylvania State University's Center for Information and Communications Technology Research have demonstrated a system for use in indoor local area communication networks.
Twisted loop to give mobiles multiple antennas for voice, data and GPS
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UK company Sarantel has developed a twisted loop antenna with a near field of less than 1mm. The closeness of the near field makes it possible to place more than one antenna within a single device.
Bookham writes off £31.2m but cash-rich company still safe for two years
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Bookham Technology has written off a total of £31.2m in inventories and capital equipment but is still left with six months' worth of inventory on some product lines.
Virtual operator system could put switchboard operators out of a job
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Switchboard operators could be out of a job and their headsets thrown away if an automatic call transferring system from Telephonetics catches on.
Investors in dark on Marconi plans
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Marconi shareholders can expect to learn little, if anything, about the company's strategic review when it is completed in September
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