[CentOS] live audio feed via telephone link
jses27 at gmail.com
Mon Mar 30 22:30:33 UTC 2009
On Mon, 2009-03-30 at 22:34 +0200, Michel Daggelinckx wrote:
> John R Pierce wrote:
> > Les Mikesell wrote:
> > > It sounds like this location is just begging for wimax or some other
> > > suitable internet service. What kind of place can support a radio
> > > station but not an internet presence these days?
> > >
> > >
> > the original poster indicated the FM station was on an American Indian
> > reservation in a very remote canyon, and the ONLY phone lines available
> > were 2 pairs of LONG haul copper POTS lines, one currently used by the
> > stations telephone service, the other available for modem use. They
> > are using a microwave link to get from the station to the hilltop
> > transmitter, but that the nearest 'real' town with a telephone CO that
> > would support any sort of real internet service is way too far away for
> > FM reception, even with a directional yagi.
> these pages are in dutch but maybe you can contact these guy's to see
> if they can help with your problem.
> they sucessfully made a 42KM wifi link and are going to try a 102KM
> link with standard wifi gear and grid antenna's
> info at wirelessantwerpen.be
> In the unlikely case they don't speak english i can translate for you
For what that guy will spend in that, that is just crazy. But still a
good idea non the less. Here's the solution...
Two - Way Satellite Up and Down. There will be at least a half a second
delay. The OP will be able to stream the FM signal to the Web his self
with his own server. He can take a direct AFoutput to a sound card
input into the server from the FM transmitter. If the OP runs the
station he will know what an AF output is and will need an attenuator
between the two. There are a many Linux Apps that can pickup an
AFaudio output into a sound card.
The only drawback to this is the Sat Connection cost fee per month.
Being this is on a "indian reservation" I would seriously look into
government grants for this if I were the Project Manager (technology
grants). The only company I really know is Motorola that can provide a
hardware solution for this type of solution.
1- [AF] audio frequency
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