About the Technology
CDPD became a networking standard in the early 1990s, when a consortium of cellular carriers across the United States came together for the purpose of creating a method for sending data over cellular telephone channels. They wanted to provide a cost-effective, reliable and flexible solution to providing two-way wireless data communications service for mobile professionals. [...]
posted on 10/21/2002 4:30:08 PM PDT
Just dawned on me that perhaps I haven't spoken as clearly as I might wish to. Sure, wireless technology works. You might even have reliable face recognition software that doesn't gobble up bandwidth and resources. But getting both to work in harmony on the fly as described in this posting? Nah,...not for a long ways off.
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