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Issue #2003 - 08 (March 2003)
(Updated Mar. 10, 2003)


3G News This Week

There is a lot happening this wreek at CeBIT in Germany but we have these as a subset.

1. Samsung Introduces the World’s First PMG (Personal Mobile Gateway) Phone at CeBIT
This is an interesting concept that allows a smart phone to be used as a gateway to personal devices like watches, gaming devices, consumer entertainment devices, PDAs, etc.
For more go to http://www.ixi.com

2. Nokia indicated at CeBIT that the 3G 6650 phone will be Europe's biggest-selling 3G phone.

3. First US CDMA Bluetooth Wireless Handset

4. On-Board Camera Speeds Development For 2.5G Wireless Platform

5. AIRCOM 3G Network Design and Optimization Software
Useful for network designers to test what if scenarios with logistic design with respect to QoS parameters.


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