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At 12:00 PM 2/19/99 -0500, Al Lawler wrote:
>  Oops - meant to send this to the 'bb.
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>From: Al Lawler <alawler@us.oracle.com>
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>Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] STUPID DIGITAL QUESTION
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>  > If my station were
>  >automated, I wouldn't even have to be home to work these satellites.
>  >Try doing that with analog satellites.  :-)
>  Actually, that's precisely what I'm trying to do at the moment.  Does
>anybody know of any cheap (or free) software to take audio from
>a sound-card and send it over a tcp/ip connection?  (I looked briefly
>at the Basic "real audio" server, but it seems to only stream from
>pre-made files.)
>  -al
>  WB1BQE (Who seldom operates from his official "control point"...)

I've done this with VocalTec's Internet Phone software with good results.
I controlled my HF radio over the web and used I-Phone to send the audio.
It's not free, but you can try it out for free for a few weeks.

John, W2FS

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