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Topic # 7463 17-Apr-2006 10:25
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Hi...  Guess I'm typical geek material.  Chris in Invercargill here.  Been playing with domestic video/audio senders for a studio to transmitter link for a student radio station over a 1kilometer path on 2.4Gig with 2 x 15db parabolic antennas  Seems to work OK but signal to noise ratio could be better, but we are talking student radio here.  Anyone had a dabble in this area?  Love to hear from you.  Also using woosh wireless (very prolific in Southland) to link to studio for outside broadcasts from mobile broadcast unit (caravan)  but... here's the question.  I have a 2 line 6 extension PABX (Philips SBX6) and was wanting to have the PABX hook into Woosh broadband via a VOIP arrangement.  Where do I start?  Look forward to any advice anyone has.

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  Reply # 33180 17-Apr-2006 13:35
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Welcome to Geekzone... :-)







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Reply # 33185 17-Apr-2006 14:35
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Nice friendly bunch of folks around here by the looks of things...  Thanks for the welcome, team.

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