The Peculiar Evolution of 3 G Wireless Networks : Institutional Logic , Politics , and Property Rights

@inproceedings{Cowhey2009ThePE,
  title={The Peculiar Evolution of 3 G Wireless Networks : Institutional Logic , Politics , and Property Rights},
  author={Peter F. Cowhey and Jonathan Aronson and John E. Richards},
  year={2009}
}
In 2002 wireless phone connections surpassed the n umber of wired connections globally and became the primary communications infr astructure for all but the largest firms in many developing countries. New, third gene ration (3G) wireless networks promise to provide mobile voice and multimedia data to users worldwide. 3G is more advanced than first generation (1G), analog mobile services that provide only voice services and second generation digital services (2G ) that handle voice and some text… CONTINUE READING

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