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If this works it could really have an impact

Posted on Tuesday 7 October 2003

A small company in Massachusetts has developed a cellular base station that runs on a Linux box. The Vanu Software Radio was developed under a grant from the National Science Foundation and is currently being field tested by rural cellular operator in Texas. According to Vanu the basestation can be adapted to other airlink protocols.


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