On Fri, 29 Sep 2006, Mutlley wrote:
> >The following countries have CDMA: Aruba, Bermuda, Bonaire, Brazil,
> >British Virgin Islands, Canada, China, Curacao, Dominican Republic, Guam,
> >India, Israel, Macau, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Saipan, South Korea, St.
> >Maarten, Taiwan, Thailand, US Virgin Islands, Venezuela.
> Add Australia to that group..
Are you certain that you're thinking about WCDMA (a.k.a. UTMS) which is
quite different from CDMA? Australia definitely has WCDMA, which is the
3G successor to GSM. As I explained in my posting, the 3G successor to
CDMA is EV-DO.
Many people are confused by the similarity in names and mistakenly believe
that WCDMA == CMDA. It doesn't.
-- Mark -- http://panda.com/mrc
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