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  • Introduction to EVDO: Physical Channels, Logical Channels, Network and Operation
    Introduction to EVDO: Physical Channels, Logical Channels, Network and Operation. This detailed text explains how the EVDO system allows cellular service provider carriers to use one of more IS-95 CDMA radio channels (with changes) to provide broadband high-speed data services to their customers.
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    for Optical Lithography (SPIE) International Symposium on Microlithography . Compaq set to build Alpha supercomputer Compaq Computer Corp. will develop one of the most powerful single computers ever
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    announced an agreement to acquire the smart card subsidiary of Groupe Bull S.A. for $325 million. Qualcomm announces chip for W-CDMA, but then blasts the 3G standard SAN FRANCISCO -- Qualcomm Inc. here announced one of the world's first digital-cellular chip sets for wideband code-division multiple
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    portfolio IMP posts $1.6 million loss as it works to boost foundry yields Intel urges engineers to unite on wireless LAN standards 300-mm 'window' open until August 2001 before next slump rises risks, say analysts Group forms to boost reliability in networks Connect One rolls out wireless chip for
  • Medical Device Link .
    With many wireless options available, manufacturers face the task of comparing the strengths and weaknesses of each to find the one most suitable for a given application. The chart below represents the wireless options available to medical device designers today. The assessments shown
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    the phaseout of lead usage in electronic products, the lack of similar legislation in the United States has the electronics industry proceeding at a snail's pace to reduce lead content in its products. Execs chastise Japanese chip makers Elpida Memory Inc. plans to become one of the world's top three DRAM

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