CDMA

 

Tekelec Focuses on FMC

Tekelec is highlighting new and Fixed Mobile Convergence (FMC) solutions, as well as customer deployments of the Tekelec 8000 Wireless Multimedia Gateway, this week at CTIA Wireless 2006 in Las Vegas. The Tekelec 3300 Convergence Gateway, which supports both IMS-ready and IMS-enabled networks and applications, supports voice call continuity for FMC when deployed with the […]

Making Sense of Wireless Broadband — Part I

With all the MegaHertzes and 802.whatevers being bandied about, you might be confused as to what the difference is between WiMAX and pre-WiMAX, licensed and unlicensed, GSM and CDMA. But categorizing wireless broadband is essential to knowing what to pitch to your customers. In Part I of a two-part series, we discuss cellular broadband technologies. […]

In Box – Give Marconi His Due

Posted: 04/2001 In Box Give Marconi His Due In point of fact, Marconi invented the wireless telegraph (January PHONE+, Intellectual Capital. Although it was the first digital wireless system (binary dot-dash code), and a remarkable development, it was not what we call radio; Fessenden, deForest, Armstrong, and others built on Marconi’s work, using first amplitude, […]

3G Harmonization Agreement Stretches Globally

Posted: 08/1999 3G Harmonization Agreement Stretches Globally By Charlene O’Hanlon Wireless operators and equipment suppliers from around the world have reached a harmonization agreement on a standard for a new generation of wireless systems. The globally harmonized third-generation (G3G) code division multiple access (CDMA) standard, created by members of the Operators Harmonization Group (OHG), if […]

QUALCOMM CDMA Certified for Russia

Posted: 12/1997 QUALCOMM CDMA Certified for Russia SAN DIEGO–QUALCOMM Inc. has been certified to deploy code division multiple access (CDMA) equipment commercially in Russia. The State Committee for Telecommunication and Informatization (SCTI) of the Russian Federation presented the certificate to QUALCOMM after extensive testing was performed on the company’s CDMA wireless local loop network in […]

PCS

Posted: 09/1997 PCS It’s Personal By Debera Bell-Beam The next generation of mobile phone service is personal. The idea is communications regardless of location–people roaming freely with personal numbers assigned to them rather than phones and "find me" call completion that tracks down anyone, anywhere (just about, any way). Well, maybe not. It all depends […]

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