CDMA Now and in the Future


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CDMA Now and in the Future
1010507CDMA Now and in the FutureIn August 2002, Sprint PCS activated the first third-generation (3G) cdma2000 1x network across the United States. Yesterday, service was briefly unavailable in San Antonio, Texas, probably as the base station was switched over. For the first time, 3G code division multiple access (CDMA) is a reality across an entire large national network. Technically, it appears sound. Will it demonstrate the 50 to 100 percent increase in call capacity expected? How much of that call capacity improvement will be realized before customers are using cdma2000 cellular telephones? Will customers have enough interest in…
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Adam N. Rosenberg: CDMA Capacity and Quality Optimization. CDMA Now and in the Future, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2003), AccessEngineering Export