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CDMA, Qualcomm, [Hong Kong, Korea, LA] THE MARKET TEST!
An SI Board Since April 1996
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1809 25 0 QCOM
Emcee:  Maurice Winn Type:  Unmoderated
Will CDMA succeed in Los Angeles [at last]?
How is CDMA going in Hong Kong, Korea, Trenton? Do people like it?
Will China be the biggest CDMA market?
What technical developments are going on?
Has Nextwave Telecom bid too much in PCS spectrum auctions?
Will notebook computers with built in CDMA phone take the world by storm?

Will you get rich from CDMA and Qualcomm?

Related topics: Eudora - the email you are probably using
Globalstar - the satellite phone system

Maurice Winn
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1809The last of the Nigerian cdma operators plans conversion to LTE. ngrguardiannewwaitwatchwander-1/17/2016
1808Anyway, thank you for your efforts. It's a shame to see people disappear Maurice Winn-1/13/2014
1807Maurice Winn wrote: "No doubt you helped defend CDMA but I doubt that FrezzPhilip Merryman-1/13/2014
1806Yes, we do and will remember: <<i>Over a decade ago I posted to an inMaurice Winn-1/12/2014
1805Over a decade ago I posted to an internet forum called Frezza's Forum defendPhilip Merryman-1/12/2014
1804Nostalgia ... Maurice, << [3/13/2012] 16 years after this stream bubbleEric L-2/24/2013
1803That's always my aim. So far, so good, a few glitches like Globalstar notwMaurice Winn13/14/2012
1802sounds like you are taking some profits from your Q investment and trying to makbadger3-3/13/2012
180116 years after this stream bubbled out of the ground to join the mighty river ofMaurice Winn23/13/2012
1800Specifically on China [and Asia] <<i> Editor's Note: In a recent Maurice Winn21/19/2012
1799Nearly 15 years later: <<i>Will CDMA succeed in Los Angeles [at lasMaurice Winn21/9/2012
1798Now, if the Chinese would just allow their currency to float against the dollar,Art Bechhoefer29/12/2011
1797Mq, you asked back in 1996 in the introduction, "Will China be the biggest Maurice Winn19/12/2011
1796Having now strolled through those decades and centuries, yes, that was a pretty Maurice Winn13/8/2011
1795Briefly, SI messed up and lost the first board which I started before this one. Maurice Winn13/8/2011
1794A Nostalgic Stroll Down Our Various Qualcomm Message Boards' Memory Lane ...Eric L13/8/2011
1793QCOM's Decade (10 year) High: Bumping off Resistance at Near $60 ... ... anEric L-3/1/2011
1792<<>Will CDMA succeed in Los Angeles [at last]? How is CDMA going in HonMaurice Winn22/25/2011
1791QCOM = 3 x NOK in market capitalisation being $97 billion versus $32 billion witMaurice Winn22/25/2011
1790---> Qualcomm could buy Nokia So could Intel, Mr. Softie and Cisco. All forwaitwatchwander-11/17/2010
1789QCOM $78 billion market capitalisation, NOK $38 billion. <<i> QCOM marMaurice Winn111/17/2010
1788Too little, too late is a pervasive theme in almost all Qualcomm relationships .waitwatchwander14/10/2010
1787Clearwire calls for one global mobile technology 14:08 EDT Wednesday, March 24, waitwatchwander-3/24/2010
1786Mirasol colour in action - a video of it at 30 frames per second. DemonstrationMaurice Winn110/9/2009
1785WiFi is limited to unlicensed spectrum. That is a basic advantage but also a baRob S.-4/19/2009
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