Ericsson debuts next generation solar-powered base station

James S Murray
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Solar technology ideal for rural locations in developing world, but mobile infrastructure giant sceptical over global rollout

Global telecommunications giant Ericsson has unveiled what it claims is a world first, in the form of a base station in a rural region of Cambodia that provides both GSM and satellite transmission using...

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