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What is CDMA?
CDMA stands for code division multiple access, a form of multiplexing and a method of multiple access that divides up a radio channel by using pseudo-random code sequences for each user. It also refers to a digital cellular technology that uses multiple access scheme. Applications include communications and navigation systems.
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2003-12-17 RFMD device suits CDMA, JCDMA apps
RF Micro Devices Inc. (RFMD) has announced the availability of the RF2890 dual-band cellular/GPS LNA/mixer for CDMA and JCDMA applications.
2002-08-27 RFMD CDMA receiver features 3-by-3mm footprint
The RF2870 CDMA front-end receiver features a transmit local oscillator buffer amplifier and occupies a 3-by-3mm footprint.
2003-11-27 RFMD device offered in 3-by-3mm footprint
RF Micro Devices has announced the availability of its RF2861 single-band receiver front-end with an integrated TX LO buffer amplifier designed for CDMA cellular, JCDMA, and CDMA450 applications.
2003-01-15 New RFIC design company launched
A team of engineers formerly with IBM Microelectronics' Wireless Division have formed a new radio and analog IC design company, Tahoe RF Semiconductor Inc.
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