This book analyzes the critical dimensions of the wireless revolution: from economics to system engineering. It describes what the technologies are, how they work, why they are important and how the reader can capitalize on the emerging opportunities. In addition to addressing the historical origins of the trend towards wireless, the text discusses key public policy questions raised by the advent of wireless, including the impact on fiber-based networks, the potential for expanded competition in the local exchange and the far-reaching implications of radio's changing cost structures for traditional subsidized, cost-averaged telephone rates.Late 1950s The General Electric Company entered the dial mobile radio market with its own radio equipment, together with ... This system was also compatible with manual mobile radio systems such as those of Bell System companies, which used a mobile service operator. ... 6.1964 The Secode Corporation introduced an improved mobile telephone system (IMTS) for use in the 1 50-MHz band.
|Title||:||Wireless Access and the Local Telephone Network|
|Publisher||:||Artech House on Demand - 1992-01-01|