DECT hardware for linux

Erik Tews e_tews at cdc.informatik.tu-darmstadt.de
Wed Jun 29 20:07:10 UTC 2011


Am Mittwoch, den 29.06.2011, 19:44 +0000 schrieb Joe Freeman:
> Greetings-
> 
> I've been banging my head against a wall today trying to identify hardware and a source of supply.
> 
> What I'm trying to do is implement a an Asterisk solution that uses DECT headsets. The headset endpoints have no requirement to dial out, only to participate in a conference bridge. I haven't been able to identify a DECT interface that will allow this.
> 
> I'd also entertain a SIP-DECT interface that would be SIP to the asterisk box. Range for this solution needs to be about 40-50m.
> 
> Does anyone have any suggestions or thoughts?

There is a DECT kernel stack, written by Patrick McHardy, that might
allow this. However, the stack is still a little bit experimental.

Alternatively, there is the AVM Fritzbox 7270 and similar devices, that
implement a DECT base station and can dial out via sip. So the handset
could access your asterisk-box via sip. However, you are a little bit
less flexible here than with the kernel stack from Patrick.
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