which is common thing between GSM and CDMA?
Started by surender 2011-06-29 14:05:13
GSM IS THE MOST COMMON THING AS MOST OF THE PEOPLE BUY GSM SIMS AND PHONES BECOZ IT CAN BE EASILY USED IN ANOTHER PHONES BUT IF U BUY A CDMA CARD AND PHONE THEN U DONT HAVE AN OPTION TO CHANGE FOR THAT PARTICULAR SIM U HAVE TO BUY A NEW HANDSET AND THERE ARE NOT SO NICE AVAILABLE HANDSETS IN CDMA. SO MAJORITY OF THE PEOPLE CHOOSE GSM.
Posted: 2011-06-30 12:42:51
That is "M" common in GSM and CDMA. ha haahhaa
Posted: 2011-06-30 14:19:07
Both can make calls and send/receive texts.
Posted: 2011-06-30 14:41:38
both are used for communication purpose.
Posted: 2011-06-30 17:56:05
there is nothing common in both of these except calls and messages this two r different technologies for communication and mobility
Posted: 2011-07-26 16:29:37
CDMA: Code Division Multiple Access is a technology developed by Qualcomm in the United States, and it is currently the dominant network standard in North America. GSM: Global System for Mobile communications was invented in 1987 by the GSM Association, an international organization dedicated to developing this standard worldwide. CDMA was established earlier in North America and thus has a bit more coverage than GSM. GSM on the other hand is an international standard backed by an international organization and the protocol is a more mature and thus more robust. There is no clear winner in the CDMA vs. GSM debate here; it all depends on your needs.
Posted: 2011-08-26 08:26:02
Multimedia messages, video, high-speed Internet access, digital camera and even PDA function are some of the features we can found on both technologies.These are the only few common things in gsm and cdma.
Posted: 2011-09-29 09:26:18
DMA and GSM are the mobile telecommunication standards used by cellular networks. They allow a mobile phone to communicate with the wider mobile communications network and vice versa to provide network connectivity. CDMA (Code Division Multiple Access) is the dominant standard in the United States, while GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications) is more prevalent outside the U.S. and was developed by the GSM Association, an international body that promotes the GSM standard internationally. GSM is used around the world, but CDMA is used only in the United States, Japan and South Korea. In the U.S., Verizon and Sprint both use CDMA, while T-Mobile and AT&T use GSM. Read more: Differences Between CDMA & GSM | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/list_6668347_differences-between-cdma-gsm.html#ixzz1qDLnhZMI
Posted: 2012-03-26 15:11:03
|Rajveer Singh Narwariya||
When asking yourself which technology to choose between CDMA vs. GSM, first ask yourself the following questions: 1. Is international roaming important to me? If you travel a lot to foreign countries, you might want to opt for a GSM phone for a better coverage. 2. Am I going to transfer a lot of data using the phone? If you intend to use the phone for mobile web browsing, watching television or downloading MP3s, you might be better off with a CDMA phone. Currently, it offers the best data transfer speed with its EVDO technology and is the clear winner for now. 3. Do I plan to change phone often? If you do, a GSM phone is best for you since you can swap the SIM card to a new device without having to re-enter your personal data.
Posted: 2012-03-26 17:18:59