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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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In response, Trai chairman Rahul Khullar took on DoT over setting a time limit and said that it would have to initiate a fresh proposal requesting for a reserve price for CDMA airwaves.
Commenting on the market roll-out, Raj Maharshi, Circle Head - Maharashtra & Goa Circle, Reliance Webstore Limited, "In Maharashtra, Reliance Webstore will market Coolpad CDMA handsets, including the newly introduced S100, across twenty top cities in the state.
Chang Ching-sung, chairman of Inventec Appliances, said that his firm, which owns a brand OKWAP, plans to dive up its share of the Chinese market for own-brand CDMA phones to 10% this year from 6% posted last year, and double its sales value of OKWAP-branded phones.
CDMA operators Reliance and Tata began offering India's first mobile broadband services in early 2009.
In March 2009, CDMA operators Reliance and Tata both launched high-speed mobile broadband services, delivering average download speeds of 600-1400 kbps with bursts up to 3.1 Mbps and average upload speeds of 500-800 kbps with bursts up to 1.8 Mbps.
The uplink simulation scenarios consist of an MC- CDMA system with both single and three users with Q=32.
According to the companies, they have concluded that it is more beneficial to pursue other options individually for their CDMA handset businesses.
Nortel's WLAN CDMA Converged Mobility solution is intended to decrease operator costs by allowing the operators to use WLAN access points as an option to deploying CDMA base stations and carriers.
The industry generally recognizes that CDMA is a more flexible, intelligent and advanced technology because, contrary to GSM, it doesn't assign a fixed frequency for each user, allowing carriers to use spectrum in the most flexible and optimal way.
In a typical multi-carrier power amplifier (MCPA) application, it is well known that good amplitude matching and good phase matching are required for greater reduction of intermodulation distortion (IMD) or for better harmonic rejection within the CDMA spectral mask.
Kyocera's module has also been certified by a number of CDMA network operators outside the U.S.
Outside of Japan, CDMA networks exist in about 40 other countries, but by far the most common technology in the world is GSM, which exists in over 200 countries (including major destinations in Europe, Africa and the Asia Pacific).