VoWi-Fi -- A Fit for a Data-based Technology?

Worthman, Ernest
May 2005
Wireless Design & Development;May2005, Vol. 13 Issue 5, p6
Trade Publication
Discusses issues concerning the viability of voice over Wi-Fi application in a data-based technology. Advantages of Wi-Fi application on retail chains; Technical features of voice over Wi-Fi, including multi-party conference calling; Potential effect of voice over Wi-Fi systems on bandwidth and access protocols.


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