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  • Frequency division multiple access.

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  • The complex modulated signals themselves can be created in MATLAB® or similar programmes with any type of waveform modulation including frequency hopping, TDMA, FDMA, CW, QPSK and QAM, and the characteristics can be manipulated in real-time.

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  • TDMA, FDMA, CW, QPSK and QAM, and the characteristics can be manipulated in real time.

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  • The course includes a review of fundamental radio theory, OFDMA and SC-FDMA physical layers, as well as advanced antenna techniques used in LTE.

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  • By contrast, time division multiple access (TDMA) divides access by time, while frequency-division multiple access (FDMA) divides it by frequency.

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  • Two distinct methodologies exist to enable the narrowband PMR / LMR market to go digital: time division multiple access (TDMA) and frequency division multiple access (FDMA).

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  • The FDMA approach enables the core RF technology to be the same for both legacy analog voice operation and advanced digital voice / data communication.

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  • FDMA is a well-established technology that is extensively utilized by the analog two-way radio industry and therefore has a very low implementation cost.

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  • Utilizing low-cost Frequency Division Multiple Access (FDMA) technology, it has become an enabler to high performance, low-cost, feature rich two-way radios providing an easy route to dual mode analog / digital operation.

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  • FDMA systems utilize a single radio frequency (RF) channel for radio communication.

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  • The FDMA channel allocation system is either static, where the user has a fixed channel or can manually select from a bank of channels; or dynamic, where a free channel is located and utilized for a specific series of communications.

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