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What does W-CDMA stand for?
W-CDMA stands for wideband-code division multiple access. It is a 3G technology that increases data transmission rates in GSM systems by using the CDMA air interface instead of TDMA.
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2001-08-09 Wireless software source code solutions
This conference technical paper discusses Trillium's solutions to enable wireless communications equipment manufacturers to develop third-generation network elements for quick and efficient deployment.
2013-04-09 Weightless SIG releases IoT over white space specification
Ultra low cost terminal hardware and license free frequency spectrum promises ground breaking cost savings comparable with PAN technologies such as Bluetooth.
2008-10-17 Agilent 3GPP LTE: System overview, product development, and test challenges
This application note describes the Long Term Evolution of UMTS, which is being developed by the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP).
2003-08-01 A guide to short-range wireless design
Error handling and bandwidth sharing are two major issues for engineers working on wireless projects. Here's a lead to designing short-range wireless devices that covers these and other concerns.
2008-06-18 Will WiMAX, LTE coexist in multimode?
From a technology perspective, how different are the WiMAX and the LTE specifications? More important, what multimode technologies are beginning to surface that make a standards-oriented battle for market supremacy pointless in the long run?
2015-08-12 Weightless SIG develops LP-WAN standard for IoT
The Weightless-P standard aims to offer bi-directional communications between mobile, battery-powered devices and base stations over distances up to 2km in a challenging urban environment.
2008-12-01 Surpass LTE requirements, goals
Long Term Evolution presents a series of lofty goals, creating a set of challenges for technology providers, equipment manufacturers and service providers.
2009-10-20 PXI platform handles LTE tests
Aeroflex's modular PXI equipment is now able to characterize LTE terminals, chipsets and RF components.
2011-04-05 PXI measurement suite supports LTE TDD
Aeroflex introduces the measurement suite to support Time Division Duplex mode of 3GPP Long Term Evolution.
2007-12-14 Mobile WiMAX ready to take flight
Mobile WiMAX will begin to take off in about two years and win more than 80 million subscribers globally by 2013, according to a new report by Juniper Research.
2008-12-03 Market gears up for LTE chips
The specification for 4G wireless, or long-term-evolution (LTE), is expected to be finished this month, and product rollouts are anticipated for 2010 or 2011.
2011-11-30 Making heterogeneous network possible
Here's a discussion on heterogeneous network (HetNet), a technology that will rely heavily on SoC integration to handle the computational complexity of many different types of small cell Evolved NodeB LTE base stations.
2011-07-04 LTE-Advanced: An introduction
Here's an introduction to LTE-Advanced, a project that is being specified initially as part of Release 10 of the 3GPP specifications.
2008-05-26 LTE femtocell, picocell reference designs debut
picoChip has announced what is said to be the industry's first LTE femtocell and picocell reference designs, the PC8608 Home eNodeB and PC8618 eNodeB, respectively.
2007-10-23 ITU adds WiMAX in 3G standard suite
The WiMAX Forum recognizes the decision of the Radiocommunication Sector of the International Telecommunication Union to include WiMAX technology in the IMT-2000 set of standards.
2011-12-20 Identifying the 4G PHY architecture design challenges
LTE-A is an evolution of the LTE standard with a number of enhancements that create significant design challenges.
2003-01-27 HNS transceiver IC transfers data at 440Mbps
Hughes Network Systems Inc. has announced the development of a 440Mbps transceiver IC that is 10 times the speed of conventional devices.
2008-02-06 Complete LTE base station ref design debuts
A partnership has been forged between picoChip and mimoOn GmBH for the delivery of the industry's first complete Long Term Evolution (LTE) base station reference design. The new PC86xx family of LTE reference designs cover the full range of eNode Bs from femtocells to multi-sector macrocells, and is supported on the same common hardware platforms as picoChip's WiMAX products.
2004-10-21 austriamicro RF transmitter complies to ARIB standard
austriamicro disclosed that they have developed the world's first automotive-qualified ARIB transmitter ASSP.
2007-12-05 Agilent adds 3GPP LTE option to signal analysis software
A modulation analysis option for the 89600 Series Vector Signal Analysis software has been launched by Agilent Technologies.
2008-06-03 Aeroflex gets LTE-ready
From Aeroflex comes the TM500 LTE test mobile designed to address the challenges of 3GPP LTE (3G Long Term Evolution) network infrastructure development test and rollout.
2010-02-16 32-channel RF signal generator trims test costs
RF Engines Ltd has released a 32-channel RF signal generator that is designed to enable challenging RF environments to be recreated in labs to test RF equipment.
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