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Post subject: WCMDA
Posted: Tue Sep 05, 2006 6:10 pm
Joined: Tue Sep 05,
2006 5:58 pm Posts: 2
Hi all, first post here.
I know what
forums are like so I'll ask firstly for any good
links to tutorials for WCDMA if anyone knows.
I've tried Google and am getting a bit lost with
some jargon I'm not familiar to.
an electronics degree but am starting a job soon
with mobile phones and need to brush up on new
whole concept of several devices being able to
communicate at the same time has me baffled, not
so much the theory but the physical problems. So
if anyone could give a quick guide that'd be
even more appreciated. Failing that, the most
specific question I'd like answered is:
found a good anology for WCDMA that is, if 20
people in a room are speaking a different
language, you dont hear the background noise,
only the person you're talking to...but
electronic devices are not so selective with
their hearing! How on earth does a base station
receive my call, at the same time and on the
same frequency as someone elses?
to get my head around this before going into too
much other stuff first so help appreciated!
Posted: Tue Sep 05, 2006 6:11 pm
Joined: Tue Sep 05, 2006
5:58 pm Posts: 2
Oh PS, I'm very happy with GSM and how TDMA works,
thats easy to understand!
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