SCDMA

AcronymDefinition
SCDMASynchronous Code Division Multiple Access
SCDMAScale-Code Division Multiple Access (electrical engineering)
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Leveraging the BSR 64000 Cable Modem Termination System/Edge Router and its high-density RX48 Decoupled Upstream Module, the DOCSIS SCDMA technology allows cable operators large and small to extend the spectrum that may be utilized in the limited upstream portion of the HFC network thereby enhancing their High Speed Internet service offering.
Building on the company's heritage of spearheading broadband network evolution, Motorola's field-ready SCDMA solution is a standardized specification designed to optimize the 5 MHz to 42 MHz of the DOCSIS and EuroDOCSIS 5 MHz to 65 MHz upstream portion of the RF spectrum.
Customers deploying Motorola's SCDMA solution will also leverage Motorola's industry-leading noise immunity and receiver sensitivity that is available on today's RX48 Upstream Module.
With SCDMA activated, operators can easily establish higher tier upstream services by simply leveraging once unusable portions of the existing upstream RF spectrum," said Sean Welch, Vice President of Network Infrastructure at Motorola Mobility.
The TD SCDMA Infrastructure market is marked by increasing partnerships between TD-SCDMA technology providers and terminal vendors.
One of the key factors contributing to this market growth is the increased acceptance of the SCDMA technology in base stations with smarter antennae.