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Technical challenges and solutions for narrow-band (IS-95) CDMA

Posted: 08 Apr 1999 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:cdma? is 95? radio chipset? narrow band cdma? wireless system?

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Wireless Technologies China `99 ? Conference Proceedings 1 Walid Y. Ali-Ahmad, Ph.D. Senior RF Engineer MAXIM Integrated Products Technical challenges and solutions for narrow-band (IS-95) CDMA Abstract CDMA is the fastest growing wireless technology and is projected to be the leading technology worldwide in a few years. This paper presents a complete radio chipset for narrow-band CDMA (IS-95) and discusses the technical problems associ- ated with IS-95. CDMA chipset system performance is pre- sented based on simulation and measurements. Author's contact details: Walid Y. Ali-Ahmad, Ph.D. MAXIM Integrated Products 120 San Gabriel Drive, Sunnyvale, CA 95054 USA Tel: 1 408 737 7600 Fax: 1 408 774 9441 E-mail: walid_ali-ahmad@ccmail.mxim.com Note: Only the abstract and foils appear here. The company did not submit the final paper to us on time for inclusion in the Wireless Technologies China `99 Conference Proceedings book. The speaker will give you a copy of the final paper during the presentation itself. Wireless Technologies China `99 ? Conference Proceedings2 Presentation Materials Wireless Technologies China `99 ? Conference Proceedings 3 Wireless Technologies China `99 ? Conference Proceedings4 Wireless Technologies China `99 ? Conference Proceedings 5 Wireless Technologies China `99 ? Conference Proceedings6 Wireless Technologies China `99 ? Conference Proceedings 7 Wireless Technologies China `99 ? Conference Proceedings8




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