Tuesday, May 17, 2005

VOIP walkie-talkie?

According to this post on Engadget, a company called DingoTel has created a dongle that uses VOIP to turn your walki-talkie into a nationwide two-way device (you know, like Nextel).  The system seems to support a bunch of family radio service radios, but not a whole lot of commercial radios.  Additionally, the VOIP two-way is made over a proprietary DingoTel network and not something cool like Skype.

Anyway, it looks kind of interesting and cheaper than Nextel.

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