What To Look For When Shopping For WLAN Voice

Finneran, Michael
March 2006
Business Communications Review;Mar2006, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p14
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the considerations of evaluating voice over wireless local area network (VoWLAN) project. The structure of the VoWLAN is one aspect that should taken into consideration such as looking into the equipment that allows to deliver a WLAN voice service and the use of highly developed WLAN capabled handsets. The integration of WLAN and cellular services relies on the telecommunication industry since none of the industry at present do not have the intention to provide this service to the public.


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