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LoL@ A Prototype of a Network Independent Wireless Internet Service

  title={LoL@ A Prototype of a Network Independent Wireless Internet Service},
  author={Harald Kunczier and Elke Michlmayr and G{\"u}nther Pospischil and Hermann Anegg},
In this paper we introduce LoL@, the Local Location Assistant, a mobile tourist guide for the inner city of Vienna. The project was carried out by several industry and research partners including Vienna University of Technology and the Telecommunications Research Center Vienna (ftw). Since upcoming mobile services are likely to utilize Internet technology in addition to existing telecommunication infrastructure, our vision was to create such a wireless Internet service prototype. We designed… 
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