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The Wireless Communication Technology Industry
The paper presents a history and overview of the wireless communication technology industry.
# 96116 | 1,801 words | 6 sources | MLA | 2007 | US

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The paper addresses three economic indicators of the wireless communication technology industry by defining and illustrating the consumer price index, unemployment and the gross domestic product. This paper presents recommendations based on the trend of each economic indicator and offers strategic initiatives for performing the recommendations. The paper concludes with a summary of the economic impact of the wireless technology industry.

Wireless Communication Technology Overview
Consumer Price Index
Unemployment Rate
Real GDP
Recommendations and Strategic Initiatives

From the Paper:

"In 1876, Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone. By the end of the 1880's, approximately 48,000 telephones were in use in the United States. By 1941, Motorola had developed two-way radios to install in police cruisers for the Detroit Police Department. In 1977, experimental cellular systems began in Chicago and Washington, D.C. leading the way for the world's first cellular service company known as Advanced Mobil Phone Service (AMPS). By the middle of the 1980's, Motorola introduced the first truly mobile radiotelephone and the first commercial cellular system began operating in Chicago, Illinois. By 1989, the first personal cellular phone with a flip-top mouthpiece sold at a retail price of $3,000."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Colander, C.D. (2004). Economics: Economics and Economic Reasoning. Chapter 1, p.1-23. The McGraw-Hill Companies, 5e.
  • Entner, R., Lewin, D. (2005). The Impact of the U.S. Wireless Telecom Industry on the U.S. Economy. Retrieved, June 11, 2006 from
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