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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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The Company's existing products are based on Kyocera's M200 CDMA module and use standard RS232 and RJ45 Ethernet connections to integrate with machines and transmit data between the machine and IT system using CDMA cellular networks.
Sponsors of the 2004 CDMA Americas Congress include Comverse, Dyaptive Systems, Ericsson, Kyocera Wireless Corp.
CDMA technology is a big part of making these applications real, and Anritsu is committed to developing test solutions that will help ensure the performance of the networks and user equipment that support these applications," said Tiernan.
Nortel Networks CDMA 450 solution, built on Nortel Networks Metro Cell base stations, is designed to be the most flexible available in the industry.
We have been testing and deploying CDMA 450 over the past year and, based on the successes of these networks, we have brought to market what we believe is the most robust, cost-efficient solution available to operators today," said Steve Searles, vice president, marketing, CDMA/TDMA, Nortel Networks.
System integrators, service providers and government customers utilizing CDMA networks, will now be able to access TechnoCom's highly flexible capabilities.
The lower 450MHz frequency translates into less towers and base stations compared with traditional 900 MHz GSM or 800 MHz CDMA systems.
The new phone is expected to be available in early September, marking the beginning of cooperation between Nokia and China Unicom in providing the Nokia CDMA experience to Chinese consumers.
Telstra's CDMA2000 1X upgrade improved capacity while protecting its current investment in the CDMA network.
NYSE:A) today introduced a new series of power amplifier (PA) modules designed for next-generation CDMA and GSM mobile handsets.