Understanding IDEN and CDMA Important for Mobile Device Buyers

When looking at mobile technologies, buyers should familiarize themselves with key technical terms. Two concepts to understand are code division multiple access (CDMA) and integrated digital enhanced network (IDEN). After getting to know the basics, purchasers can turn to a cellular phone wholesaler, such as Florida-based Reagan Wireless, to purchase CDMA or IDEN mobile devices.

Both IDEN and CDMA are telecommunications technologies, which enable communication between a base station and a phone or other mobile equipment. However, the two technologies divide bandwidth in different ways. IDEN uses TDMA (or time division multiple access), which segments bandwidth into time slots to accommodate multiple users. By contrast, CDMA employees code to distinguish between many signals. Overall, CDMA provides much faster data speeds, while IDEN is less able to support the data speeds required for most online services.

Buying mobile devices can be a complicated process, with purchasers needing to understand many technical terms to make the best decision. Fortunately, mobile-industry experts, such as Reagan Wireless, can assist customers with selecting the IDEN and CDMA devices that meet their needs.

Daniel Kaufman,
Reagan Wireless

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