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Integrate Tetherless Approach with NII Planning

The concept of tetherless data access to the NII should be integrated into other NII studies and planning. Most such studies and planning envision a person sitting at a desk. The tetherless concept is an important aspect of making full use of the NII in life beyond relatively static libraries, schools, and offices.

Additional Resources

Abramson, Norman (editor). 1993. Multiple Access Communications: Foundations for Emerging Technologies, IEEE Press, New York.

Abramson, Norman. 1994. "Multiple Access in Wireless Digital Networks," invited paper, Proceedings of the IEEE, September.


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