Microwave and RF product applications

Paul G. Flikkema, Andy D. Kucar, Brian Petry, Saf Asghar, Jim Paviol, Carl Andren, John Fakatselis, Thomas M. Siep, Ian C. Gifford, Ramesh K. Gupta, Nils V. Jespersen, Benjamin B. Peterson, James L. Bartlett, James C. Wiltse, Melvin L. Belcher, Josh T. Nessmith, Robert D. Hayes, Madhu S. Gupta, Arye Rosen, Harel D. RosenStuart D. Edwards

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The goal of modern cellular mobile telephone systems is to provide services to telephone users as efficiently as possible. In the past, this definition would have been restricted to mobile users. However, the cost of wireless infrastructure is less than wired infrastructure in new telephone service markets. Thus, wireless mobile telephony technology is being adapted to provide in-home telephone service, the so-called wireless local loop (WLL). Indeed, it appears that wireless telephony will become dominant over traditional wired access worldwide.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationThe RF and Microwave Handbook
PublisherCRC Press
ISBN (Electronic)9781420036763
ISBN (Print)9780849385926
StatePublished - Jan 1 2000

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • General Engineering


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