Summary: Broadband Wireless Internet Forum White Paper
VOFDM Broadband Wireless Transmission and Its Advantages
over Single Carrier Modulation
Document Number WP-1_TG-1
December 15, 2000
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About the Broadband Wireless Internet Forum (BWIF)
BWIF, formed in July 2000, is an incorporated, non-profit association of industry-leading companies that will work together to ensure adoption of a
single, unified broadband wireless access industry standard. 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 Vector Orthogonal Frequency
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