A modified TDMA technology used by Motorola and run by Nextel Communications, Southern LINC, and a handful of other carriers around the world. iDEN phones run on a different frequency than other cellular services and are therefore incompatible with them.
A modified TDMA technology used by Motorola. iDEN phones operate at 800 MHz and are offered by Telus Mobility in Canada and by Nextel in the US. Some of the newer iDEN phones also are hybrid with GSM technology and may roam overseas.
Edit / Integrated Digital Enhanced Network: Motorola developed iDEN, a GSM ( 2.5G) upgrade that uses enhanced compression and modulation technologies to deliver data rates of 64Kbits per second. iDEN is currently used in most of North America and South America, as well as in China and Japan. See Also: GPRS EDGE 2.5G
A specialized mobile technology that combines two-way radio, telephone, text messaging and data transmission into one digital network. iDEN is designed to give users quick access to information on a single device. Introduced by Motorola and used exclusively by Nextel Communications.
The Integrated Dispatch Enhanced Network (iDEN) is a wireless network system developed by Motorola. Various carriers support iDEN networks around the world: Nextel is one of the largest carriers, with networks covering North and South America.
A technology that allows users to access phone calls, two-way radio transmissions, paging and data transmissions from one wireless device. Developed by Motorola, iDEN is based on TDMA. Services based on the technology are available in North America (offered by Nextel), South America and parts of Asia (see TDMA). Most Secure - commercially available wireless service today. Clone and Scanner Proof.
Integrated Digital Enhanced Network (iDEN) is a wireless technology from Motorola combining the capabilities of a digital cellular telephone, two-way radio, alphanumeric pager, and data/fax modem in a single network.
Integrated Digital Enhanced Network. Digital wireless access technology developed by Motorola to enable cellular-like capabilities on an ESMR-based network. It combines two-way radio, telephone, text messaging, and data transmission into one network.
Integrated Digital Enhanced Network. A TDMA based technology that allows users to access phone calls, two-way radio transmissions, and paging and data transmissions on one device. Developed by Motorola, the Nextel service in North America uses it, as do some carriers in South America and parts of Asia.
Integrated Dispatch Enhance Network. A proprietary technology based on the TDMA standard that allows users to access phone calls, two-radio transmissions, paging and data from one wireless device. Nextel CommunicationsÂ® uses the iDENÂ® standard as the basis for its networks.
Integrated Digital Enhanced Network. Developed by Motorola and used by TELUS MiKE, this technology combines digital voice, data, and dispatch radio in one network. One iDEN's primary features is its capability to support dispatch radio service, so users can make either two-way radio communication or phone calls.
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