CDMA phone


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CDMA phone

A cellphone or smartphone that uses the CDMA air interface. In the U.S., Verizon and Sprint are CDMA carriers. Contrast with GSM phone. See CDMA.
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a world-caliber manufacturer of mobile phones, is very likely to participate in establishing related standards and see more tender opportunities in the future, poised to cash in on the segment for CDMA phones in China, according to industry insiders.
The other main service provider offers an international service on its Japanese CDMA phones that allows the phone to be used on the CDMA networks in Korea, Guam, Saipan, Thailand, China, Hong Kong, America, Australia, New Zealand and Canada.
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Under the agreement, CECT agreed to continue employing the patented technology of QUALCOMM, and to manufacture, distribute, and employ the "Subscriber Unit" in its CDMA phones.
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Hop-on's CDMA phone is a digital, single mode cellular handset that operates in the 800 MHz frequency band.
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