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November 27, 1988

AT&E TO HAVE PROTOTYPE OF ITS WRISTWATCH PAGER OUT NEXT MONTH

By CBR Staff Writer

San Francisco-based AT&E Corp, the company making wristwatch pagers using CMOS circuits made for the company by Plessey Co Plc, hopes to have a prototype of its device out next month: the pager and data receivers will grab signals modulated onto the otherwise unused sidebands of FM radio stations; the thing is expected to cost about $200, plus a subscription charge of $15 a month.

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