Getting Voice On Your Wireless LAN

Finneran, Michael
January 2004
Business Communications Review;Jan2004, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p41
Trade Publication
Focuses on Wireless LAN technology. Implementation of VoWLAN; List of VoWLAN telephones; Emergence of 802.11e MAC protocol. INSETS: 802.11e To The Rescue;Companies Mentioned In This Article.


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