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CDMA World December 1999

A Question of Quality, by Jeff Atkins, Actix
Operators in the CDMA world are constantly seeking the most effective ways to enhance their competitive position through accurate monitoring of the quality of the service they are offering. What then are the challenges they face-and the techniques available to help them meet those challenges?

CDMA's African Goals, by Sara Frewen
As a wireless market, Africa has shown similar digital preferences to Europe. However, CDMA, both proprietary and cdmaOne, has scored in WLL and may yet make an impact in the leading mobile market-South Africa.

Locating the Revenue in Location Services, by Harriet Meyers
In only a few years, it will be a multi-billion dollar industry and one which will be a key part of the strategy of all handset vendors. Just what will location services offer, who will use them and which systems are best suited to CDMA-based technology?

Ready for Anything? by Tammy Parker
Data-enabled handsets and 3G trials are paving the way for the expected boom in cdmaOne and CDMA2000 data services. However, U.S. operators are aware that content is likely to be at least as important as the hardware and software on which it is going to rely and are organising agreements and alignments to make sure they are ready.

What Next for WLL? by Tony Dennis
CDMA is not only continuing its rapid growth in the mobile communications market, it is also, in various forms, carving out a substantial share of the potentially massive wireless local loop (WLL) business.

You Can Have it All, by Perry M. LaForge, Executive Director, CDMA Development Group
There's a lot more to third generation solutions than a host of new capabilities. Operators want to know that easy, flexible and cost-effective upgrades are also part of the package. It's time for a rational migration approach.