Sunday, October 31, 2010

ZTE Completes First CDMA2000 1x Advanced Call

ZTE successfully completed the world's first CDMA2000 1x Advanced call based on CDMA2000 1x system. The call features a four-fold increase in voice capacity and follows the specifications of CDMA2000 1x Advanced technology published by Third Generation Partnership Project 2 (3GPP2).

The CDMA2000 1x Advanced technology incorporates multi-technologies such as the 4th Generation Vocoder (4GV), Interference Cancellation, Mobile Receive Diversity and Radio Link Enhancements (including Smart Blanking, Efficient Power Control, Frame Early Termination and Quasi Orthogonal Function), to quadruple the voice capacity while ensuring excellent voice quality.

ZTE said it plans to launch the industry's first commercial version supporting 1x Advanced features in Q1 2011. The company notes that it currently holds the No. 1 position in the global CDMA market with a 30.3% share. ZTE has shipped over 250,000 CDMA base-stations to date.