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'''TDMA - Time Division Multiple Access'''
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TDMA (Time Division Multiple Access), has the largest network in the US.
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The '''T-Mobile Sidekick''', also known as the Hiptop for non T-Mobile customers, is a smartphone manufactured by Sharp.
  
TDMA is a digital wireless communication method allowing many users to access a single radio frequency without interference.  Every individual user is given a unique time slot within each channel. 
 
  
Why use TDMA?  IT increases the efficiency of transmission and offers a number of other advantages. A major pro is it can be easily adapted to transmission of data as well as voice communication. It offers the ability to carry date rates of 64 kbps to 120 mbps, which enables options of communication such as fax, voiceband data, sms, as well as bandwidth intensive apps.  TDMA allows the user to have extended battery life since the mobile is only transmitting a portion of the time during conversations.  Furthermore, it is the most cost effective technology for upgrading a current analog system to digital
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[[Image:sidekick.jpg|thumb|T-Mobile Sidekick 3.]]
  
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==History==
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In June 2006 T-mobile released its third version of the Sidekick, The Sidekick III. 
  
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==Features==
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The Sidekick is used by many people with hearing disabilities, as it has a full QWERTY keyboard for text messaging, email, and web browsing. It is also popular among teenagers for this same reason.
  
 
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The Sidekick 3 can be customized via [http://www.sk3-themes.com Sidekick Themes], which can change the background image, application icons, and sounds.
'''References'''
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[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time_division_multiple_access TDMA]
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The T-Mobile Sidekick, also known as the Hiptop for non T-Mobile customers, is a smartphone manufactured by Sharp.


T-Mobile Sidekick 3.

History

In June 2006 T-mobile released its third version of the Sidekick, The Sidekick III.

Features

The Sidekick is used by many people with hearing disabilities, as it has a full QWERTY keyboard for text messaging, email, and web browsing. It is also popular among teenagers for this same reason.

The Sidekick 3 can be customized via Sidekick Themes, which can change the background image, application icons, and sounds.