CDMA

(Code Division Multiple Access) – Is a channel access method employed by various RF network technologies. It allows multiple access to a single communication channel, allowing transmitters to share a band of frequencies simultaneously. To avoid interference between users, CDMA uses coding scheme for individual users, and other techniques like spread-spectrum to avoid further interference. See also: GSM, LTE

CDMA was last modified: February 1st, 2017 by James Piedra