Russ Agrusa and Bob Braier, ICONICS, Foxborough, MA

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Mobility September 15, 2002

The wireless revolution invades the plant

Since the invention of the cellular mobile network by AT&T Bell Labs in the 1970s, the demand to provide voice communications to anyone, anywhere, at anytime has increased, with an explosion in consumer-level products during the past decade. The installed mobile phone base is approaching 1 billion, and soon the number of mobile phones will exceed hard-wired ones.

By Russ Agrusa and Bob Braier, ICONICS, Foxborough, MA
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