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Cardiology A clinical trial–Secondary Prevention Reinfarction Israel Nifedipine Trial that evaluated the effect of antihypertensive therapy with nifedipine, a short-acting CCB, in early management of Pts with possible acute MI. See Calcium channel blockers, Hypertension.
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When paired with the ML2491A 18 GHz CDMA sensor, RF signal power of CDMA signals can be made with extremely high accuracy.
Wireless infrastructure equipment being used in the Eurotel network includes Nortel Networks CDMA Metro Cell radio base stations (BTS), Nortel Networks CDMA Base Station Controllers (BSCs) and Nortel Networks Packet Data Serving Node (PDSN) products.
Nortel Networks CDMA technology is designed to maximize existing customer investments and help service providers drive down capital and operating costs.
Telstra is also the largest mobile telecommunications provider in Australia, operating both GSM and CDMA national mobile phone networks with customers totalling over six million.
The primary activities of the CDG include development of CDMA features and services, public relations, education and seminars, regulatory affairs and international support.
Agilent has already begun volume shipments of both CDMA and GSM modules to multiple customers.
ENC), one of Ericsson's largest joint ventures in China, will deliver Ericsson's leading CDMA solution to China Unicom.
The CDG is working closely with the CDPD Forum (an industry trade association of companies that work together on CDPD technology issues and commercial deployment) with the goal that CDMA will serve as an additional air link for CDPD systems.
E[acute accent]The CDMA Development Group is a trade association formed to foster the worldwide development, implementation and use of CDMA technologies.
QUALCOMM welcomes Cyberlane to our growing list of CDMA modem card licensees as they begin participating in the rapidly growing CDMA market, especially for data applications through modem card implementations," said Marvin Blecker, senior vice president of technology transfer for QUALCOMM.