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Updated: Parting shots from MWC 2012

3/1/2012 08:57 PM EST
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old account Frank Eory
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old account Frank Eory   3/2/2012 8:30:41 PM
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Interesting comments about Huawei vs. the traditional players. Great article Rick!

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sharps_eng   3/2/2012 8:04:27 PM
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Good point, there is an acceptance that as long as a device is rechargeable it is 'green', although it may have a net power consumption that would be unacceptable if powered from a primary battery. Transferring these devices' smart power-saving tricks to battery-powered devices might be something we will see, but we need a new, greener primary cell first. Some fuel cells look interesting there, some claiming to be recyclable. Professionally, I am concerned about the EMI background noise floor rising at a measurable rate, as you point out.

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krisi   3/1/2012 11:56:57 PM
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Great review Rick...I wonder whether anyone discussed in Barcelona wireless polution and increased power consumption caused by all these wireless technologies? Kris

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