Evolution Data Only or Evolution Data Optimized

March 2007
Network Dictionary;2007, p183
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A definition of the term "Evolution Data Only or Evolution Data Optimized" is presented. It refers to a high-speed network protocol used for wireless Internet data communications. Asymmetric communications are supported by the protocol, allocating a majority of the bandwidth to downloads. It is based on the 1xRTT standard.


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