Cisco, partner use copper to improve indoor cell reception

06/29/2010 | Network World

Cisco Systems has introduced a system that draws on copper cable embedded in corporate LANs to improve on wireless connections inside buildings for considerably less money than coaxial or fiber-optic cables, the vendor and its partner, MobileAccess, said today. The MobileAccess VE system, which works alongside Cisco's Wi-Fi network, allows users to make voice and data calls from dual-mode handsets, the companies said.

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