Wideband cdmaOne standard set to go before ITU

Luna, Lynnette
April 1998
RCR;04/13/98, Vol. 17 Issue 15, p4
Trade Publication
Reports that after gaining approval from groups within the Telecommunications Industry Association, the wideband cdmaOne technology standard will be submitted to the International Telecommunications Union. Identification of the groups; Comments from Eric Schimmel, vice president of TIA Wireless Communication Division; Information on the cdmaOne technology standard.


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