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New CDMA One cellular phones come to market

Date Posted: 1998-08-14

Cellular phones utilizing so called CDMA technology are now been offered to customers by carriers representing DDI Cellular Group companies and IDO.

The new phones are said to offer far better voice quality when compared to older systems. CDMA also allows more users to use the same transmitters simultaneously, and allows better and faster digital data transmissions. CDMA phone calls are also more secure from eavesdroppers because a simple radio receiver will not be able to pick up digital conversations.

The system is in use in 30 countries, including U.S., Canada, Korea and Germany. Eventually, DDI expects to make roaming agreements with all international communications companies allowing the use of the same phone in different countries. A roaming agreement with the Korean STI is expected to be completed by 2002. In Korea, there are currently 800,000 users of CDMA cellular phones.

CDMA is not a new technology in itself, but has been used in military applications for years. However, it's use in cellular phones is new.

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