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[Ham-80211] Interesting use

Ralph Fowler rwf at bsrg.org
Fri Aug 18 18:24:55 UTC 2006

The group who comes to mind using this is the Allstar Link   (star meaning *
in this case)
There is lots of info on their home page at 


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[mailto:ham-80211-bounces at lists.tapr.org] On Behalf Of Stephen Brown Jr
Sent: Friday, August 18, 2006 2:03 AM
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Subject: Re: [Ham-80211] Interesting use

Interesting as I was thinking of sometime back as to how I could tie
Asterisk and ham radio together, this seems to be a potential solution. I am
a big advocate of Asterisk myself. 

On 8/17/06, Ralph Fowler <rwf at bsrg.org> wrote: 

There is an add in that makes Asterisk a repeater controller and linking

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[mailto:ham-80211-bounces at lists.tapr.org] On Behalf Of Steve
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Subject: [Ham-80211] Interesting use

A few locals have been laying with a derivative of Asterisk called
Trixbox... which is basically an open source PBX . (And Trixbox is a web
front end for Asterisk)  I have a Zyxel wifi phone and have been looking 
into possible two-way radio integration:
http://www.allstarlink.org/  And if nothing else, since that route seems
expensive, a simple FXS interface to an under used autopatch could be 

Asterisk is some very powerful stuff, perfect anyone who is familiar with
Linux and likes to tinker.  What's neat is when you add a WiFi phone to the
mix, it's has the potential as 2.4 GHz digital voice ham radio. 

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