CDMA Aztelecom Net Subscribers Exceeds 10,000
Azerbaijan, Baku, 3 April / Trend corr. S.Babayeva / The number of subscribers of communication net of CDMA Aztelecom at the Communication and IT Ministry of Azerbaijan exceeds 10,000, the Ministry reported.
CDMA Aztelecom net is accessable in Absheron, Shamakha, Lankaran, Zagatala, Guba, Khachmaz, Masalli, Shamkir, Imishli, Mingachevir, Shaki and Ganja.12 basic stations are in operation.
"There are plans to expand CDMA covering in the near future," the Ministry reported. The second basic station, which will cover 12 non-telephoned living entities, will be set in the Kurdamir region.
Totally, CDMA will cover 23 living entities in different regions- which do not have access to telephone nets.
CDMA(Code Division Multiple Access) is a multiple access system with code division. This is a wireless technology designed after GSM and for the time applied by QUALCOMM. CDMA which converts speech into digital information, which is then sent as a radio signal across a wireless network. Presented as a commercial product first in 1995, CDMA is one of the most rapidly developing wireless technologies in the World. In 1999, International Telecommunications Union chose CDMA as an industrial standard for the new 3G wireless system
CDMA services are rendered by Baktelecom, Aztelecom, Catel, Ultel and Aztrank in Azerbaijan .