AT&T emergency setup in a trunk

John D. Hays john at
Mon Apr 25 13:03:53 PDT 2011

You have to account for jitter, but it could probably be done.

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On Mon, Apr 25, 2011 at 1:02 PM, Curt, WE7U <curt.we7u at> wrote:

> On Mon, 25 Apr 2011, Allen wrote:
>  Snohomish County Red Cross already has a Sat dish for their communications
>> van. Don't know how many other areas in Western Washington have something
>> like this but at a price of $15,000 for 14 simultaneous calls to $45,000
>> for
>> 100 calls I don't think even the Government will be buying many of them in
>> this Economy.
>> And with a limit of 14 calls I bet it has a way to lock it down to EMCOMM
>> users. Don't think it will get Grandma's cell phone workingJ
> Just curious, what could one do with a DirectWay or similar satellite
> internet connection and an Asterisk setup for VOIP?
> What could one do for the user-end phone system?  Have a bank of phones
> that you set outside the truck (for the Asterisk + satellite setup, not the
> AT&T cellphone-in-a-trunk setup)?
> I suppose the delays over satellite are going to be quite annoying to voice
> calls (but they would in any satellite-based voice system).
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