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Topic # 5190 6-Oct-2005 19:46
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Here's an interesting document outlining the future path of CDMA. A little biased IMHO (it was written for the CDMA development forum) but explains in detail the future enhancements that we will see.

http://www.cdg.org/resources/white_papers/files/3G_Evol_Oct05.pdf.

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Reply # 21149 7-Oct-2005 11:59
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EVDO Rev B. - bring it on! UMTS/HSDPA is going to have a hard time keeping up with that puppy.



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  Reply # 21151 7-Oct-2005 15:27
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If you read future plans for WCDMA and CDMA both seem to actually be a lot more similair in the future than what they are now which isn't surprising since WCDMA doesn't have CDMA in it for nothing! :-)

For CDMA2000 the future is almost certainly an IP based mobile network and future specs have QoS support as well.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 21166 8-Oct-2005 07:19
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What I was looking for in that paper was video telephony on CDMA. Most of the technical jargon went way over my head but it appears that CDMA REV A should see the start of that technology to appear.

The other interesting thing was the speed in which CDMA can be upgraded - simplistically it sounds as easy as upgrading a video card in a computer (but I think it would be a tad more difficult than that)

VOIP info was also interesting - not sure if that would be any benefit to me personally but I can see it becoming common place in the future to have one device that does virtually everything, anywhere.

Thanks sbiddle for this info.




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  Reply # 21189 8-Oct-2005 20:19
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The potential for IP telephony over CDMA is quite exciting, especially since Telecom's voice will be 100% IP over the coming years. Suddenly the whole concept of two phones and two phone numbers is gone.

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