Wednesday, January 17, 2007


Here's an example of a SIP/DECT router - The Planet VIP-462DG. No idea if it's available in the UK, or how much it costs (though I strongly doubt it's in the 30 quid price range).

A few points, looking at a page on audio codecs at Broadcom, it appears that DECT uses G.726 (which encompasses G.721 and G.723) The VIP-462DG supports G.711, G.723.1A, G.729A - so it looks like some codec conversion communication is possible. It's router, so it has a WAN port and 4 LAN ports (with a builtin NAT/Firewall) - what I really want is a cheap standalone device, not another router (I'd don't need another router)

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