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Is CDMA Winning The Race To 3G?
Posted: 01-Feb-2002 [Source: BWCS]

[A summary of the deployment of both W-CDMA and CDMA networks around the globe.]

As operators around the world are battling to get their 3G services off the ground it would appear that those using CDMA-based technology have an early advantage. Despite the ongoing problems surrounding spectrum availability in the US, this week has seen Verizon Wireless launch the country's first commercial 3G service with other operators such as Sprint PCS hot on its heels. Although some might dispute cdma2000 1XRTT's official definition as a 3G technology, with peak data rates of 144kbps it has a clear speed and capacity advantages over the 2.5G GPRS services now deployed across Europe.


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