Aztelekom expands CDMA network in Azerbaijan
The Production Unit Aztelekom (PU) is expanding the network of CDMA (Code Division Multiple Access) in Ganja and Lankaran cities of Azerbaijan, Trend reports with reference to the Ministry of Communications & Information Technologies of Azerbaijan.
The regional population may use the services of CDMA technology. In the near future, PU plans to apply these services to the districts of Masalli, Guba, Sheki, Zakatala, Jalilabad and Khachmaz.
Aztelekom (PU) intends to apply CDMA in all the regions of the country by the end of 2008. The work will be carried out by the Chinese company Huawei.
CDMA is a digital wireless technology worked out by GSM and firstly applied by QUALCOMM. CDMA converts the speech in the digital information that is sent through a wireless network as a radio signal. Presented in 1995 as a commercial product, CDMA is one of the most instant disseminating wireless technology in the World. In 1999, International Telecommunications Union selected CDMA as an industrial standard for new wireless system of 3G.