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    Re: VOIP over Bluetooth instead of 802.11

    The publicity material I saw at the time gave me the impression that this was an API that could be programmatically manipulated to do interesting things, like substituting a Bluetooth connection for...
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    Re: VOIP over Bluetooth instead of 802.11

    A question: if SPP is the only supported Bluetooth profile does that mean I would only have access to RFCOMM and not to the underlying L2CAP connection?

    It's my understanding that reliable,...
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    Re: Unable to play RTP packets

    UNOS Voice uses a technique called Callback. The software on your phone connects to a server and tells it which number you want to speak to. The server then uses its own VOIP connection to call the...
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    Baseband flush timeout question

    Hi all,

    According to the JSR-82 spec v1.1 it is not possible to set the baseband flush timeout from JSR-82 APIs - the device will have its own default flush timeout set. I have found examples...
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    Re: VOIP over Bluetooth instead of 802.11

    Thanks for the response! I'll read up on those acronyms and come back when I understand more.

    The 'why bother' is that I'm in the field of ICT4D (Information and Communication Technology for...
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    VOIP over Bluetooth instead of 802.11

    I'm looking into creating a VOIP client which will transmit voice data over Bluetooth rather than over 802.11. The question is:

    Does the S40 VOIP API on for instance the 6300i give you control...
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