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Large Area Synchronized Code Division Multiple Access (LAS-CDMA) is a technology developed by Link Air that provides an improved spectral efficiency and moving speed intended for superior mobile application support. In addition, its better throughput, smaller delay, and asymmetric traffic offer enhanced IP support.
At present, LAS-CDMA is considered the phase 2 of the 1xEV standards. A TDD variant of LAS-CDMA works with systems like TD-SCDMA. LAS-CDMA is the foremost illustration of a wireless technology that goes past the IMT-2000 requirements.