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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Earlier this year, Nucentrix became the first service provider to announce that it plans to offer broadband wireless Internet access using Cisco's WT2700 Broadband Wireless solution that is based on Vector Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (VOFDM) technology.
In addition, the VOFDM technology will lower the cost of provisioning a wireless network while increasing overall subscriber coverage.
It provides over 75 profiles of wireless ISPs and equipment manufacturers, explores the standards bodies and associations, and probes new development such as Cisco's VOFDM and Wi-LAN's W-OFDM technologies.