[aprssig] APRN news from Dayton!

Bill V WA7NWP wa7nwp at gmail.com
Mon May 23 17:17:04 EDT 2011

> However, there is an alternative.
> IP-Sound is a Free application for audio exchange client to client over a
> TCP/IPv4 network (Lan/Internet). The main purpose for the existence of
> IP-Sound is to provide low quality audio 8-16kHz, with low latency for use
> together with remote control software for "ham" radio amateur equipment.
> IP-Sound is developed by SM5VXC.
> It can be used to transport the audio part of a ham remote-control setup
> (i.e. the mike and speaker audio) end-to-end over a network or Internet
> connection. The advantage of IP-Sound over systems like Skype, MS Netmeeting
> or Echolink is that it can use lossless codecs that won't mangle the
> phase/amplitude integrity of audio signals received by the sound card. This
> is critical to operating modes like PSK31 and SSTV.

If an alternate tool is going to be used for the images, why not just
send the picture as digital data instead of analog data on top of an
VOIP audio system...


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