Monday, March 31, 2008

Qualcomm Improves CDMA2000 Network Capacity

Qualcomm announced an important advancement for its CDMA2000 technology -- operators will now be able to support more than double the current capacity of 35 simultaneous calls in 1.25 MHz of spectrum while delivering the same level of voice quality. The new levels of efficiency not only meet the growing demand for voice connectivity, but also enable the freed-up bandwidth to be used to expand 3G data services.


The capacity enhancements to CDMA2000 technology are featured in certain products from Qualcomm's new Cell Site Modem (CSM) CSM8xxx-series chipsets. The target schedule for the new CSM8xxx-series solutions supports complete interoperability testing and commercialization by 2010. Featuring reverse link interference cancellation and other advanced radio techniques, these products will enable existing CDMA2000 networks to deliver new voice capabilities through a simple channel card upgrade while leveraging most radio access network investments. In addition, the voice capacity enhancements can be combined with EV-DO Rev. B mobile broadband in the same base station.
http://www.qualcomm.com

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