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Broadband Wireless – EVDO

Evolution-Data Optimized, which was formerly known as Evolution-Data Only, abbreviated as EV-DO or 1xEV-DO and often EVDO, is a form of broadband wireless internet adopted by many CDMA mobile
phone service providers. It is widely available in Japan, Korea, Brazil, Israel, the United States, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Venezuela, and Mexico.

Depending on the user's needs and budget, this type of wireless internet is available as a modem or mobile card. The modem option works with both desktop and laptop computers with the upfront purchase cost which is less than the mobile card. So the modem is offering a better options for those users who just wants easy broadband access rather than a fully mobile service.

Those who opt for the mobile card, can only use it with their laptop computer. The cost is relatively higher, but it gives the user the freedom to travel with your broadband wireless internet access. With the mobile card, user's will have continuous coverage, even if they are outside the EVDO coverage area. Broadband internet access will be provided via CDMA 1x (slower speeds).

Broadband wireless internet that adopts the use of EVDO technology is a third generation (3G) mobile technology that carries high-speed data on
CDMA networks. EVDO technology supports delivery of data over the CDMA networks at broadband type speeds of 256kbps download and 64kbps upload or 5152kbps download and 64kbps upload depending on the plan the user have chosen.

There is no device-based security with EV-DO wireless broadband, so the only security available are those that are very similar to voice mails on a mobile phone, or the use of a standard phone line for internet. Users should only send sensitive data via a secure website indicated by a padlock icon in your browser, where your browser provides data encryption before sending any data or information.


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