Library of Congress sets wireless course

Note from Bill Drew: This technology uses cell phone type signals, not WiFi or other WLAN stuff.

Anonymous Patron writes

The Library of Congress has begun a project to overcome the technology challenges of providing wireless services in its old buildings.

With little or no wireless connectivity in the three main LOC buildings, the library IT team has awarded a $2.9 million contract to EMS Technologies Inc. of Atlanta for a system to support wireless voice and data access via cell phones, personal digital assistants and notebook PCs.”