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CDMA

abbreviation for
(Telecommunications) code-division multiple access: a digital technology used in mobile phones
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North American LTE-Advanced terminals must be tested objectively using PTCRB- certified RF conformance test systems to assure that the terminal quality satisfies the 3GPP standards.
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This book explains basic concepts, current research, technical aspects, and future directions of 3GPP LTE.
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