There's too much confusion

Tanner, John C.
November 2000
America's Network;11/01/2000, Vol. 104 Issue 16, p104
Trade Publication
Explains the confusion in the adoption of cdma2000 and W-code division multiple access third generation technologies by cellular phone operators in South Korea. Problem with using cdma2000; Reason for not deploying cdma2000 in the 2G spectrum band; Standards of ITU.


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