VOFDM


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VOFDM

(Vector Orthogonal FDM) A radio frequency technology that enables a wireless connection to provide the same performance as a cable modem. Known to be reliable in areas with a lot of interference, VOFDM was developed and supported as an open standard for wireless broadband Internet services by Cisco and other communications vendors.
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The VOFDM receiver supports a dual antenna for spatial diversity and OFDM for frequency diversity.
The BCM92200 VOFDM Broadband Wireless Modem reference design that integrates the chip is also available for system evaluation, test and design.
The focus of BWIF, and a key reason why NetVoice joined, is to ensure the interoperability between all products in the VOFDM family, said Greg Fadul, vice president of Strategic Wireless Services.
VOFDM increases subscriber coverage for high-speed, high-reliability Internet, packet local and long distance telephony services and Virtual Private Network (VPN) access.
Members of BWIF will drive product roadmaps that will lower product costs, simplify deployment of advanced services, and ensure the availability of interoperable standards-based solutions based on VOFDM technology.
Using Cisco's VOFDM technology ensures a more reliable signal to customer locations previously out of reach due to line-of-sight issues.
Cisco's VOFDM solutions will allow NetVoice Technologies to offer our customers high quality end-to-end services in non-line-of-sight environments," said Bill Hieatt, vice president of Network Engineering for NetVoice.
The Broadband Wireless Internet Forum (BWIF) has focused on VOFDM technology as the "standard" foundation to address the "line-of-sight" coverage limits and installation issues faced by wireless broadband providers as they seek to extend high-speed voice, video and data services in city, suburban and rural environments.
Spike's entry into the BWIF, as a Promoter member, signifies our strong commitment to VOFDM as the first choice for open standard, "next generation," wireless broadband access systems.