1xRTT


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1xRTT

(1x Radio Transmission Technology) The first data service offered for CDMA carriers such as Verizon and Sprint. It was superseded by the EV-DO data technology, but devices may fall back to 1xRTT if necessary. See CDMA2000.
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Nortel Networks uses a standard radio-to-packet network interface on the PDSN to enable interoperability with cdma 2000 1XRTT radio equipment from other manufacturers.
Nortel Networks (NYSE/TSE: NT) and Telstra have recorded a world first, making cdma2000 1XRTT packet data and voice calls on a live 800MHz CDMA network.
With support for CDPD being phased out by many public wireless network providers, there is a growing trend among public safety agencies to migrate to networks that utilize more efficient communications protocols, such as 1xRTT," said Mike Bourre, Radio IP Software's Vice President of Sales & Marketing.
The two companies are also working together to deploy CDMA2000 1XRTT radio base station equipment and related network infrastructure for Verizon Wireless nationwide Express Network.
Which handset technology is most prevalent in each region: 2G GSM, WCDMA, HSPA, LTE, cdmaOne, CDMA2000 1XRTT, CDMA 1XEV-DO, TD-SCDMA, or Mobile WIMAX?
SAN DIEGO -- LG InfoComm, a leading worldwide provider of communications equipment and solutions, today announced that it has three Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) 2000 handsets that will support 1xRTT advanced wireless networks scheduled for launch in the U.
In the release, Verizon Wireless Embarks on 'Express Network,' Previewing 1XRTT High-Speed Data, issued yesterday, Oct.
Known as 1XRTT, this next generation network infrastructure technology will significantly increase the voice capacity of Verizon Wireless' premier digital wireless network once 1XRTT-compatible handsets become available.
The first phase of cdma2000 - called 1XRTT - is designed to double voice capacity and support data transmission speeds 10 times faster than typically available today.