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SECOND PROPOSED CDMA STANDARD SUBMITTED TO TELECOMMUNICATIONS INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION FOR EVALUATION

 SECOND PROPOSED CDMA STANDARD SUBMITTED TO
 TELECOMMUNICATIONS INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION FOR EVALUATION
 PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y., Aug. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- SCS Mobilecom, Inc. announced today that on Aug. 14, 1992, it submitted to the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) a Broadband-Code Division Multiple Access (B-CDMA) approach for standardization as the next generation of digital cellular radio technology.
 TIA was asked by the Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association (CTIA) in June to develop a technical standard for wideband digital cellular technology by considering all CDMA alternatives. TIA is currently reviewing a narrowband CDMA.
 The SCS B-CDMA technology has significant advantages over the narrowband CDMA now under evaluation. First, the B-CDMA approach is compatible with current analog cellular users as well as future digital Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA) users. Secondly, B-CDMA provides increased data transmission up to a full ISDN rate. Thirdly, because B-CDMA is significantly more resistant to interference than narrowband CDMA, it will allow cellular licensees to expand their service offerings to a full range of wireless office applications. Finally, B-CDMA has a significant cost advantage over narrowband CDMA. SCS expects to demonstrate these advantages in a comparative evaluation alongside narrowband CDMA in a dense urban area, such as New York City, next year.
 SCS Mobilecom, Inc. is a leader in digital wireless telecommunications technology and has developed a unique Broadband Spread Spectrum Code Division Multiple Access modem (modulator/demodulator) which allows extremely efficient use of the spectrum, thereby maximizing the number of users in a given frequency band per kilometer. This is the only CDMA technology currently available that permits toll-quality voice transmission, broadband data transmission rates, ISDN compatibility, privacy, and minimizes dropped calls. This B-CDMA technology is used in the development of all of SCS' Wireless Telecommunication products. A prototype of a Personal Communication System employing B-CDMA has been demonstrated in tests held in 1991 with the Federal Communications Commission. SCS has more than 40 patents granted and/or pending relating to this technology.
 The SCS team consists of a group of extremely innovative, highly trained engineers, most with advanced degrees. The team is lead by Donald L. Schilling, Ph.D. Schilling is a well-known expert in the field of Spread Spectrum Communications Systems. He has authored eight textbooks and more than 140 papers on communications and electronics which are used throughout the world.
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 /CONTACT: Rick Aguirre, vice president, Sales & Marketing of SCS Mobilecom, 516-883-0760/ CO: SCS Mobilecom, Inc. ST: New York IN: TLS SU: PDT


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