CDMA

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CDMA

abbreviation for
(Telecommunications) code-division multiple access: a digital technology used in mobile phones
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Initial air interface will be based on OFDM and compatible with LTE evolution air interface
Li-Ke Huang, research and technology director at Cobham Wireless, said, "Cobham Wireless is actively involved in creating the core algorithms, the concept validation methods, and technologies of the potential 5G air interfaces with innovative, enabling, processing-platform architectures and technologies."
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In a lot of research works, it is assumed that the air interface between the reader and the electronic tags is perfect, without any signal loss or other communication effects.
Thomas Wirth, another scientist at the HHI, added, "The 2-D and 3-D bit streams divided up by MVC can be prioritized for each user at the air interface to support different services, thus opening up a completely new field for business models."
A designer for Nokia, Das presents professionals and students with the knowledge they need to create mobile phones that maintain high device performance and air interface compatibility, while simultaneously shrinking power consumption, form factors, and costs.
RAYSPAN Corporation, San Diego, the world's only provider of metamaterial and advanced RF air interface solutions for wireless communications, has announced the availability of RAYSPAN MTM-E(TM) solutions for long-term evolution (LTE).
Time Division Synchronous Code Division Multiple Access (TD-SCDMA) is an air interface found in mobile telecom networks in China as an alternative to Wideband Code Division Multiple Access (W-CDMA).
The International Standards Organization (ISO) has accepted EPCglobal's UHF Generation 2 air interface protocol, making it the international standard for communication between UHF tags and readers.
UWB could replace the existing air interface used by Bluetooth for the purpose of drastically increasing the total bandwidth available for Bluetooth devices.
Addressing the need for robust wireless networks capable of providing consumers with the latest applications, Texas Instruments Incorporated (NYSE:TXN) (TI) has announced a next generation programmable DSP capable of handling multiple 3G air interface standards and a range of base station form factors on a single chip.