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'[EE]: p2p Cell Phones ---> Now: " 2.4 GHz packet '
2002\09\30@102938 by Jim

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  "I had this great (well I think it is :) idea to make a sort of
peer-to-peer
   cell phone system.
   Basicly, it would be a TCP/IP data system. The phones would try to route
..."

"Cell phones", per se, work on the concept of "the subscriber" equipment
(popularly now coined simply as 'the cell phone') working within the
coverage area or 'cellular footprint'  of fixed infrastructure equipment
which
provides the  interconnection and switching back into the PSTN (Public
Switched Telephone Network).

How about coining this particular type of operation in a 'phone' as a
"Node to node phone" or more simply as a "Node phone" since the
topology is more in the form of a none- to-node mode?

BTW - I have seen RF/wireless alarm system sensor that operate in this
manner - each sensor also capable of 'relaying' it's bretheren's signals
onward toward the control unit.

RF Jim

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2002\09\30@104543 by Russell McMahon

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>    "I had this great (well I think it is :) idea to make a sort of
> peer-to-peer
>     cell phone system.
>     Basicly, it would be a TCP/IP data system. The phones would try to
route
> ..."

802.11b WiFi with access points is eminently suited to this but the price is
well above what you have in mind. Once someone gets embedded access point
software working on a standard low cost WiFi card it should not be so. The
AP Linux software I have heard of to date starts with a commercial AP as its
basis.

       RM

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2002\09\30@104854 by Dale Botkin

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On Mon, 30 Sep 2002, Jim wrote:

> BTW - I have seen RF/wireless alarm system sensor that operate in this
> manner - each sensor also capable of 'relaying' it's bretheren's signals
> onward toward the control unit.

Like, say, AX.25?   8-)  BTDT.

Dale

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2002\09\30@220502 by Jim

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Ah, no ...

RF Jim

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'[EE]: p2p Cell Phones ---> Now: " 2.4 GHz packet '
2002\10\10@125521 by Harold M Hallikainen
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       Somewhat related is the idea of sharing bandwidth on POTS lines (similar
to sharing DSL bandwidth through wifi). Users would have a cordless phone
base station that would allow others to use their line (for outgoing
calls) with appropriate toll restrictions. Anyone wanting to make a call
would pick up their handset, which would search for a not busy base
station. This would put the vastly underused infrastructure (POTS pairs
going to each home) to more use by people visiting the neighborhood or by
several people in one household making simultaneous calls by using
neighbors lines. Long distance calls could be handled by dial-around to
have a user select the carrier. People would be encouraged to continue to
have POTS lines since that's the only way they could receive calls (they
could make calls using shared lines in the neighborhood).

Harold



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