A hybrid channel assignment (HCA) scheme in direct sequence-code division multiple access (DS-CDMA) systems for accommodating integrated voice/data traffic is proposed and the required power levels of voice and data traffic are derived. These levels can be used to maintain the minimum required link qualities of all calls. In the proposed scheme, delay-sensitive voice traffic is accommodated in circuit mode and delay-nonsensitive data traffic is accommodated in packet mode. The capacity region is derived and it can be used for controlling voice call admission and scheduling data packets. The proposed scheme can achieve a high link efficiency with reduced control overhead by statistically multiplexing voice and data traffic.