Looking Under the Hood of VoIP

Drucker, Elliott
November 2005
Wireless Week;11/15/2005, Vol. 11 Issue 23, p22
Trade Publication
Highlights the advantages of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) for broadband 3G technologies EV-DO Rev A and Wideband-Code Division Multiple Access/high-speed downlink packet access once they adopt VoIP as the standard means for carrying voice over wireless networks in the U.S. Reason for the popularity of VoIP; Attractiveness of evolving voice services to VoIP; Importance of efficiency to wireless operators.


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