In article <-YydnQ3MVLFQUyvTnZ2dnUVZ7sudnZ2d@brightview.co.uk>,
Stephen Hammond <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>Do you think it's possible to use a http://www.raspberrypi.org/ to make some
>sort of VOIP device ?
If you can get audio in & out, then there's no reason why not.
It'll be a bit of a hobby project though, looking like a pile of
spaghetti on a bench...
Unless you put it in a box with Ethernet and audio sockets and a nice
little display and dial-pad, but by then you've just re-invented the
SIP phone and you can buy those for 40 quid or so...
>I'm always amazed how much voip ata devices cost for example.
50 quid? (or less) I think that's a pretty good price for what you're
getting. Processor, RAM, Flash, etc. analogue interface, digital interface
(Ethernet), TCP/IP software stack, and other softwares to plumb it