New Dual-Antenna Tech Announced for CDMA
May 14, 2003, 4:14 PM by (staff)
Magnolia Broadband yesterday announced DiversityPlus™, a new technology platform for dual-antenna mobile terminals. Cell phones powered by DiversityPlus™ will have longer battery life and enable carriers to improve coverage, capacity, and data speeds. The technology does not require any change to the service provider's network or to the wireless standards. The first products for CDMA handsets will ship in sample quantities in Q4 this year.
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