[RDD] Any one seen an Asterisk module for talk show call in?

Bill Putney billp at wwpc.com
Mon Nov 8 16:15:29 EST 2010


Todd, thanks. I'll take a look.

Bill

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On Nov 8, 2010, at 10:23 AM, "techdan at bigradio.fm" <techdan at bigradio.fm> wrote:

> Bill,
> 
> The software runs on a Windows box, but will do what you're looking
> for.  I do not have an install, but I did see their demo a couple of
> years ago at a show.
> 
> http://www.bionics.co.uk/PhoneSystems/Solo.aspx
> 
> Todd
> 
> 
> 
> 
> On Mon, 8 Nov 2010 08:55:58 -0800
> Bill Putney <billp at wwpc.com> wrote:
> 
>> I know this is a little off the Rivendell topic but where else would
>> i find more Linux/Broadcast folks in one place?
>> 
>> Does anyone have or heard of a module for the Asterisk Linux VoIP
>> phone system to make it useable as a radio station PBX?
>> 
>> We're building a new station and I'm wondering if I really need to
>> invest in expensive telephone hybrids. Seems like the wrong way to go
>> at this point in time. We'll be using VoIP for the call in lines and
>> if I have to run them through hybrids to get them into the digital
>> console that just seems wrong! Two more 2 wire to 4 wire hybrids and
>> 2 more A/D-D/A conversions to get a digital phone conversation into a
>> digital broadcast console (sigh). 
>> 
>> A nice transcoder and an AoIP (LiveWire) module with producers
>> console in Asterisk would be a nice way to go.
>> 
>> Telos is the only one making a VoIP to AoIP "hybrid" but it's pricey.
>> Everyone else in that market seems to think their 2 wire POTS hybrids
>> are the way to go.
>> 
>> - Bill 
>> 
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