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Here's a company that does all the right things. With a 40 percent market share of the analog cellular equipment market, and 60 percent of the digital, it is well positioned to take advantage of the communications boom. CDMA might get oohs and aahs from us techies, but it is a few years from being pratical(have you seen a phone made from this technolgy? It's very bulky). TDMA, on the other hand, is here now, and Ericsson has taken advantage of its expertise in this area to become a leader in the wireless business. And should CDMA were to overtake TDMA, you can bet Ericsson is ready for it. With the highest R&D spending in the industry and key patents on CDMA tecnology, Ericsson is just as well positioned as anybody, including Qualcomm, to profit from CDMA. Bottom line: Ericsson is a winner; take time to check it out.
Good luck to all.
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