China's homegrown 3G standard, TD-SCDMA, performed poorly during a recent set of tests, pushing back the timetable for the technology. China's government is not likely to issue any 3G licenses until TD-SCDMA performs at acceptable levels. Some insiders speculate that this latest set of tests could delay China's 3G migration even further, which is bad news for network vendors around the world. Article


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