Qualcomm gives CDMA the chills

Meyers, Jason
September 1995
Telephony;9/18/95, Vol. 229 Issue 12, p20
Trade Publication
Reports that Qualcomm Inc. is testing a modification for personal communication services base stations that employs cryoelectronic technology. Enhancement of wireless signals using a receiver front end that features superconducting narrowband filters and cryogenically cooled amplifiers; Improvement in the ability of CDMA base stations in receiving week signals.


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