CDMA

Code Division Multiple Access

Digital wireless technology that simultaneously uses multiple channels, over the full bandwidth of a wideband channel, by assigning each user a code. It is known as a spread-spectrum air interface technology used in some digital cellular, personal communications services, and wireless networks. It's a 2G technology used by Alltel, Sprint, and Verizon; the next-generation CDMA networks are called "CDMA2000" (the first phase is 1xRT). If you see "W-CDMA" refers to wideband.

See also : 2.5G  UMTS  

NetLingo Classification: Net Technology

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