Re: Remote station operation from a Netbook?

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Could IRLP be used with GRIG to accomplish this?

Is GRIG still being developed and supported or has flrig taken
its place?


Dave Platt wrote:
On Sep 16, 2010, at 10:38 AM, "doc@xxxxxxxx"<doc@xxxxxxxx>  wrote:

Has anyone seen a Linux-based app that provides for
remote operation of a FT-857D via an Internet-connected
Netbook?

I have a Parrott bluetooth headset and adapter for
hands-free audio.

I haven't seen a single app which will handle both
the control and audio aspects.

You could probably combine two apps to do it,
though.  Using the hamlib libraries to provide the
control link to the radio, the Grig program as the
graphical front end (it can operate over a network via
RPC), and some sort of SIP-based soft phone to provide
the audio path, seems like a combination which could be made
to work.


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