Voice over Wireless Data Networks

G. Adam Covington,


As wireless technology becomes increasingly available it only makes sense that applications like Voice over IP (VoIP) would be implemented. The merging of two areas, VoIP and wireless networks, has created Voice over WiFI (VoWiFi). Problems with VoIP are not only ported to wireless networks, they are also magnified. Mobility is an issue with wired networks, however wireless networks require mobility on a much larger scale. This paper focuses on some underlying issues of VoIP and VoWiFi. It also presets some background on protocols and codecs used with telephony data.


VoIP, VoWiFi, 802.11i, 802.11r, 802.11e, Codecs, SIP

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