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    Title: 利用802.11n實現無線家用電話轉接器之實作
    Other Titles: Integrate between wireless communications and home phone in 802.11n.
    Authors: 王群翔;Wang, Chun-Hsiang
    Contributors: 淡江大學電機工程學系碩士在職專班
    李維聰;Lee, Wei-Tsung
    Keywords: 網路電話;雙音多頻;IEEE802.11n;VOIP;DTMF
    Date: 2014
    Issue Date: 2015-05-04 10:01:20 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 在現今這網路傳輸的重要性已經遠大於傳統電話傳輸的時代,網路已經成為現今大多數人生活中所不可或缺的東西,而過去傳統的傳輸-電話線在許多家庭之中已經變成了可有可無的角色,但論及費用傳統電話的通話費仍是較手機通訊的費用來的低,若是為了完全節省費用,網路通話的品質,則是遠不如傳統電話來的清晰及穩定。
    There is become more and more important in network transmission. Internet has become a essential thing in the life. Compare with cell mobile phone users there is more and more less of traditiona telephone users in the family. For the pricing traditional phone still cheaper than mobile device. But if people want to save money mostly will choose network communications. The quality of connection traditional communication still better than network.In this reaserch we will choice 802.11n because of it`s have high speed transmission rate and very stabile quility in connect. We will base on enviromental keep all device without any eliminate to finish this research. So we will combine old and new device together and won`t waste any resource.
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