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Taking advantage

Agilent takes a focussed approach to mobile handset design. By Philip Ling.

The rapid reduction in the size of cellular handsets may appear incidental to making and receiving calls on the move, but the technology inside has been driven by a perceived need to make handsets smaller, whilst increasing talk time.

The use of code division multiple access (cdma) replaces the 'traditional' advanced mobile phone service (amps) in the digitial domain and is the focus for Agilent Technologies' CDMAdvantage strategy.

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