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Nuts & Volts Magazine (June 2004)

OPEN COMMUNICATION

By Louis E. Frenzel    View In Digital Edition  


Despite the fact that spread spectrum (SS) technology is very widely used in every day wireless applications, few people — including technical types — actually know how it or its CDMA derivative works. It is one of the more complex wireless methods, but it has some really great benefits. With over 70% of US cell phones using this method, chances are you use a CDMA cell phone. Here is an introduction to this killer wireless technology.

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