S-CDMA


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S-CDMA

(Synchronous CDMA) A cable modem technology from Terayon Communication Systems, Santa Clara, CA (www.terayon.com) that provides 10 Mbps transmission in both directions. Certified to the DOCSIS 2.0 specification in 2003, S-CDMA works well in noisy environments. It is suited for cable plants that are entirely coax based or that do not have optimum systems. In 2007, Terayon was acquired by Motorola.
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In addition to its widely deployed system based on the company's S-CDMA (Synchronous Code Division Multiple Access) technology, Terayon offers systems which meet the North American DOCSIS and the European DVB cable data standards.
Two law firms have filed lawsuits alleging that Terayon misled investors about its proprietary S-CDMA (synchronous code-division multiple access) cable-modem technology.
0 based and successfully implement the S-CDMA (synchronous code division multiple access) and A-TDMA (advanced time division multiple access) advanced physical layer modulation techniques included in the DOCSIS 2.
In addition, the high reliability of Terayon's S-CDMA technology provides cable operators with lower operating and maintenance costs.
NASDAQ:TERN): The Company and its officers are charged with dissemination of materially false and misleading statements concerning, among other things, the certification of the Company's proprietary S-CDMA cable modem technology by CableLabs, the Company's financial condition and their effects on the Company's operations.
This self-installation capability is the result of Terayon's robust, proven S-CDMA (Synchronous Code Division Multiple Access) technology, which provides extra margin for reliable and continuous data service, even in high noise environments.
This action involves defendants' dissemination of materially false and misleading statements concerning, among other things, the certification of the Company's proprietary S-CDMA cable modem technology by CableLabs (the industry regulating organization), the Company's financial condition and their effects on the Company's operations.