Saw this recent post about software radio on Ars Technica:
How software-defined radio could revolutionize wireless
The article is subtitled "The Phi hopes to do for radio what Apple I did for computing — spark innovation".
I had blogged about software radio (IIRC, some years ago on my earlier blog, Jugad's journal, but not sure of that.
Anyway, I think the topic of software radio (also called software-defined radio) is interesting (and has many potential useful use cases *), so here are some more related links about it:
Vanu and Tata Teleservices sign a multi-million dollar contract
Vanu leadership team
Per Vices (don't know what the name means :) (an anagram / a reference to something / Latin?)
http://pervices.com/ (A YCombinator startup)
(* See the links above for the use cases)
- Vasudev Ram - Dancing Bison Enterprises