CDMA stands for Code Division Multiple Access, a spread spectrum air interface technology used for the digital transmission of radio signals in some digital cellular, personal communications services and other wireless networks. This digital cellular technology is popular in several countries including America and South Korea. CDMA was originally developed for military use over 30 years ago due to its resistance to jamming and eavesdropping. It also has the distinct advantage of noise management in cellular media.

What differentiates CDMA from other phone technologies is that each conversation is digitized and then tagged with a unique order to carry out many conversations over one frequency. The conversation is then transmitted in groups of bits mixed together to the receiving end. At the receiving end each communication is rebuilt in the correct order according to the unique coding attached to that particular conversation.

  • Check whether the wireless environment of the FWT is good or not, and make sure the signal strength indicator shows more than a two-signal indication. (If the signal strength is only one signal indication, it cannot be ensured the date service is normal.)
  • Check whether the user name and password are typed correctly. If the problem remains, contact the service provider.
Call our customer care hotline on 11 7 100 100 if you're facing any difficulty with your telephone. Our trained customer care unit is available 24 hours a day to attend to your needs.
Simply dial 456 from your Dialog CDMA phone.
Make sure the antenna is installed correctly. Maybe it is because no signal can be received, or the receiving signal is too weak. Adjust the position and angle of the outdoor antenna and make it point in the direction of the base station.
Please visit one of our Technical Centers along with the phone unit.

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