Walkie talkie to sip phone interfacere:

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> I've been trying to find a solution that would allow our sip phones to
> communication with walkie talkies. Our setup is that we have sip phones
> setup in 2 locations, headquarters and dome. We can communication from
> headquarters and dome through sip phones, but within the dome we have
> technicians that use walkie talkies to communicate as they go about
> their work. Our hope is to allow 2 way communications from our sip
> phones at headquarters (or within the dome) with our technicians using
> their…

Asterisk Users 3.7 years ago 0 Answers

Walkie talkie to sip phone interface

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Hi All, I've been trying to find a solution that would allow our sip phones to
communication with walkie talkies. Our setup is that we have sip phones
setup in 2 locations, headquarters and dome. We can communication from
headquarters and dome through sip phones, but within the dome we have
technicians that use walkie talkies to communicate as they go about
their work. Our hope is to allow 2 way communications from our sip
phones at headquarters (or within the dome) with our technicians using
their walkie talkies as they are working…

Asterisk Users 3.7 years ago 1 Answer

how to find out one way latency

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Hi All, How can I find out One way latency from my PBX to my SIP Trunk Provider.
My SIP provider recommends a One way latency of 100ms for good Voice
quality. Ping request to their IP Address gives me a response in approx.
260ms.
Will that be good enough for a SIP Trunk. Please help. We are trying to sign up with a new SIP Provider. Thanks,
Najim

Asterisk Users 3.7 years ago 11 Answers

Sound files with MixMonitor not playable with Media Player

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Hello, the wav sound files that are created by using MixMonitor()-command are
not playable with Windows Media Player. I can play them with vlc-player and on my Fedora with Totem. This is one of the files : /var/ftp/104/2011-11-30_11:54:39_89000404.wav: RIFF (little-endian)
data, WAVE audio, Microsoft PCM, 16 bit, mono 8000 Hz
What would be missing on the system (Centos 5.7) that makes wav-files
difficult for Windows Media Player ?

Asterisk Users 3.7 years ago 5 Answers