IS-95

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IS-95

(Interim Standard-95) The standards name for first-generation CDMA cellphone technology. Operating in the 800 MHz band and the 1.9 GHz PCS band, IS-95, also known as "IS-95A" and "Narrowband CDMA" (N-CDMA), is officially "cdmaOne" by the CDMA Development Group (CDG). IS-95A was first deployed in 1995. In 1999, IS-95B added a 64 Kbps packet capability, enabling data to be transmitted to a CDMA cellphone. IS-95B was superseded by CDMA2000. See CDMA and CDMA2000.


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It is also backwards-compatible to IS-95B, and it integrates mixed signal analog and digital functionality with a seamless interface to multiple RF components.
The development of the first MPEG-4 video cell phone enables the playback of video content over IS-95B and IS-95C networks.
Motorola Inc has won a USD11m contract to supply and deploy hardware and software equipment for the HSPD (High Speed Packet Data) IS-95B network of Israeli cellular telephone operator Pele-Phone Communications.
The solution gives operators up to twice the overall capacity of IS-95A and IS-95B systems by providing features such as fast 800 Hz forward power control and new modulation and coding schemes.
IS-95B compliant to support High-Speed Packet Data (HSPD)
It is compatible with IS-95A, IS-95B and future cdma2000 networks, enabling existing cdmaOne and cdma2000 service providers to obtain higher capacities and better performance by optimizing voice and data spectrum separately, serving both application from the same network.
The MSM3000 is the only currently available hardware and software solution to support IS-95B with data rates up to 86.
The EM3420 has passed rigorous carrier approval requirements and certification standards and complies with CDMA 1X requirements including backwards compatibility with IS-95A and IS-95B standards.
TH-AM-Q-1: Co-Channel Interference Modeling of the IS-95B Code Division Multiple Access Cellular System
The software package supports IS-95A, IS-95B, IS-707, 637, 683 and other standards.
By utilizing the IS-95B specification for CDMA networks, Motorola CIG will offer operators wireless data at 64 kilobits per second (Kbps).
The EM3420 has passed rigorous carrier approval requirements and certification standards and complies with CDMA2000 1X requirements including backwards compatibility with IS-95A and IS-95B standards.