At Rockwell, The Word Is `Wireless'Larry Armstrong
Back in the 1970s, when Rockwell International Corp. was churning out bombers, satellites, and rocket engines for the government, a tiny skunk works in its semiconductor unit was working on a far more mundane product: fax machines. It was trying to dramatically pare down the hundreds of chips that it then took to send the image of a printed page over a telephone line.
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