Subject: SIP in higher education
- From: John Todd <>
- Subject: Re: [sip.edu] SIP.edu Call Notes - 5/11
- Date: Fri, 19 May 2006 09:24:23 -0700
SIP.edu Conference Call May 11, 2006
Someone asks about using VOIP over a satellite Internet
connection. Ben mentions that there has been some testing at Texas A&M
using Tachyon geostationary satellites, and recommends contacting Walt
Magnusson. Dennis says that Art Gaylord at WHOI may use something
similar to contact research vessels at sea, and believes that
something similar is being done in Alaska.
Additionally, Bill Woodcock () at PCH has had some experience with VoIP (SIP/RTP) over satellite, and has mentioned that he'd be happy to share his experiences with anyone who wants to ask about implementation and performance. His non-profit organization (among other things) helps developing nations create Internet exchanges in-country, so he's often using his SIP phone in places where the only connectivity comes in via geostationary satellite.
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- Re: [sip.edu] SIP.edu Call Notes - 5/11, John Todd, 05/19/2006
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