(CDMA) (Or “spread spectrum”) A form of multiplexing where the transmitter encodes the signal using a pseudorandom sequence which the receiver also knows and can use to decode the received signal. Each different random sequence corresponds to a different communication channel.
Motorola uses CDMA for digital cellular phones. Qualcomm pioneered the introduction of CDMA into wireless telephone services.
- Code division multiplexing
Code Division Multiple Access
[koh-di-fen-duh nt] /ˌkoʊ dɪˈfɛn dənt/ noun 1. a joint . n. also co-defendant, 1640s, from co- + defendant.
noun, Nautical. 1. a flag forming part of a signal code. 2. a flag indicating that a certain signal code is being used. 3. .
- Code-generator generator language
language (“seagull”) (CGGL) A machine description language based on modelling the computer as a finite-state machine. [“A Code Generator Generator Language”, M.K. Donegan et al, SIGPLAN Notices 14(8):58-64, Aug 1979]. (1994-10-24)