Spread Spectrum Scene
Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA)
CDMA (which stands for Code Division
Multiple Access) used to be a multiple access technique for Spread Spectrum.
That was before Dr. Andrew Viterbi came along and made CDMA synonomous with Spread Spectrum AND
re-invented Cellular Telephone technology. CDMA today is available in several flavors,
from several vendors. The articles, resources and links below may help you through this
Reference Books on CDMA Available for Purchase
Click on a Title Below for a Direct Link to Purchase. Newer books are in the vertical format;
oldies but goodies are listed farther down the page.
, by Lawrence Harte.
Paperback - 79 pages (August 2004). Introduction to Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA): Network, Services, Technologies, and Operation
by Henrik Schulze & Christian Lueders.
Hardcover - 420 pages (September 23, 2005). Theory and Applications of OFDM and CDMA: Wideband Wireless Communications
, by Leonard E. Miller, Jhong Sam Lee.
Hardcover- 1060 pages (November 1998). CDMA Systems Engineering Handbook
, by Tero Ojanpera & Ramjee Prasad (Editors).
Hardcover - 452 pages (October 1998). Wideband Cdma for Third Generation Mobile Communications (Artech House Universal
Personal Communications Series)
by Samuel C. Yang. Hardcover - 304 pages (May 1998). Cdma Rf System Engineering (Artech House Mobile Communications Library)
by Andrew J. Viterbi. Hardcover - 245 pages (June 1995). Cdma : Principles of Spread Spectrum Communication (Addison-Wesley Wireless
by John B. Groe & Lawrence E. Larson. Hardcover - 420 pages (June 2000). Cdma Mobile Radio Design (Artech House Telecommunications Library.)
by Joseph C. Liberti & Theodore S. Rappaport. Hardcover - 528 pages (April 1999). Smart Antennas for Wireless Communications: Is-95 and Third Generation CDMA
by Kyoung Il Kim (Editor). Hardcover - 320 pages Bk&Cd Rom edition (December 27, 1999). Handbook of CDMA System Design, Engineering and Optimization
by Su-Lin Low & Ron A. Schneider. Hardcover - 616 pages 1st edition (January 15, 2000). CDMA Internetworking: Deploying the Open A-Interface
by Vijay Kumar Garg. Textbook Binding - 422 pages 1 edition (December 9, 1999). IS-95 CDMA and cdma 2000: Cellular/PCS Systems Implementation
, by Lawrence Harte, Roman Kikta, & Daniel McLaughlin.
Hardcover - 300 pages (June 25, 1999). CDMA IS-95 for Cellular and PCs: Technology, Applications, and Resource
by Savo Glisic & Branka Vucetic (Contributor). Hardcover - 452 pages (April 1997). IS-95 Spread Spectrum Cdma Systems for Wireless Communications (Artech
House Mobile Communications Series)
by Hui Liu.
Hardcover - 216 pages (March 2000). Signal Processing Applications in Cdma Communications (Artech House Mobile
by Vijay Kumar Garg, Kenneth F. Smolik, Joseph E. Wilkes, &aMP; Ken Smolik (Contributor).
Hardcover - 416 pages (November 1996) . Applications of Cdma in Wireless/Personal Communications (Feher/Prentice Hall
Digital and Wireless Communication Series)
, by Ramjee Prasad.
Hardcover - 386 pages (May 1996). Cdma for Wireless Personal Communications (Artech House Mobile Communications
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SSS Online Articles and Resources on CDMA
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Other Online CDMA Resources
CDMA Development Group
WLANA's Home Page
an introduction to this technology. Also follow the links to "Resources" for
some good white papers on CDMA. The CDMA Technology Site
CDMA Tutorial from UMTS World
, by M. Hendry. An excellent, medium-tech introduction, lists reference books for
more info An introduction to
TIA is the standards body for telecom, broadband, mobile wireless, information technology, networks, cable,
satellite, unified communications, emergency communications and the greening of technology. TIA Standards Online
Principles, positions, and presentations. TIA Whitepapers
Radio electronics.com, tutorials on cellular technology including several flavors of CDMA
page African Cellular's "CDMA Explained"
By Wolfgang Schönfeld, GMD IPSI, Sept. 2000 Mobility in Communication Systems
Michael Hendry's explanation
a training resource center offering technology
training to the telecommunications industry CDMA Online,
Virginia Tech, Mobile & Portable Radio
Research Group list of Online Resources
-- "The Home of CDMA"
Qualcomm's CDMA Technology website
, developers of software tools for
wireless & CDMA engineers Tropper Technologies
"Recent Publications" then scroll down to "Articles Under Review" --
it's a downloadable file, 355K in Postscript format, the first one listed. Spread Spectrum
Multiple Access Article from George Mason University's Communications Theory Lab.
Dr. Andy Klapper's Papers on PN Codes
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