[App_rpt] Asterisk Amateur Radio Conference Bridge
steve.w9sh at gmail.com
Thu Oct 9 23:51:32 EDT 2008
Sure put it in your dialplan and provide ID as regulations require for
your side of the call.
There will be times when putting the conference on the air is
appropriate and times when it is not.
This means the connection should be announced and closely monitored by
a control operator because the participants are not going to ID by
callsign, it will include non-amateur contributors and the chatter
will often run outside of the limits of amateur radio's standards and
On Thu, Oct 9, 2008 at 5:24 PM, Eric Fort <eric.fort at gmail.com> wrote:
> would it be appropriate to make this dialable from an allstar node?
> On Thu, Oct 9, 2008 at 2:10 PM, Tony Langdon, VK3JED <vk3jed at vkradio.com>
>> At 03:15 AM 10/10/2008, you wrote:
>> >Hello Fellow Amateur Radio Over IP Enthusiasts,
>> >To help us communicate off-the-air, I've created a telephone
>> >conference bridge for us to use to discuss the project and use while
>> >troubleshooting installations. I will have this conference bridge
>> >activated for scheduled activities that will be posted via this list
>> >and whenever I am available to talk about amateur radio projects.
>> Works a treat, got the greeting. I've programmed it into my VoIP
>> provider's speed dials (they give me a lot of the functionality of an
>> Asterisk box), so I can use it from my regular IP phone. :) I can't
>> change my caller ID string for that one connection. Whether we'll be
>> able to catch up due to the time difference is another thing. :)
>> 73 de VK3JED
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